antimicrobial susceptibility, serotypes and genotypes of pasteurella multocida isolates associated with swine pneumonia in taiwan.pasteurella multocida (pm) can cause progressive atrophic rhinitis and suppurative bronchopneumonia in pigs. the present study performed antimicrobial susceptibility testing and serotype and genotype identification on the 62 pm strains isolated from the lungs of diseased pigs with respiratory symptoms. antimicrobial susceptibility testing examined 13 antimicrobial agents (amoxicillin, cefazolin, doxycycline, flumequine, enrofloxacin, florfenicol, kanamycin, lincomycin, linco-spectin (lincomycin ...201728784694
molecular characterization of plasmids with antimicrobial resistant genes in avian isolates of pasteurella multocida.the complete nucleotide sequences of two plasmids from avian isolates of pasteurella multocida that caused outbreaks of fowl cholera in taiwan were determined. the entire sequences of the two plasmids, designated as pjr1 and pjr2, were 6792 bp and 5252 bp. sequence analysis showed that the plasmid pjr1 contained six major genes: the first gene (sulii) encoded a type ii sulfonamide resistant dihydropteroate synthase, the second gene (tetg) encoded a tetracycline resistance protein, the third gene ...200314708986
pathogenicity and drug susceptibility of the pasteurella anatis isolated in chickens in taiwan.a strain of pasteurella anatis (pa) was isolated from the sinus of an adult leghorn laying chicken with sinusitis, nasal discharge, drop in egg production, and low mortality, symptoms initially thought to indicate infectious coryza. the tiny, smooth, whitish colonies were identified as pa. to compare its pathogenicity with that of commercial broilers, nine groups, 10 birds per group, of 10-day-old broilers were individually inoculated with the strain of pa, pasteurella multocida (pm), or escheri ...200111569739
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