toxigenic type d pasteurella multocida in new south wales pig herds--prevalence and factors associated with infection.between march and july 1987, a study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of and factors associated with toxigenic type d pasteurella multocida infection in new south wales pig herds. toxigenic type d p. multocida was isolated from the nasal cavities of pigs in one (2%) of 50 randomly selected herds. toxigenic isolates were also recovered from 2 (8%) of a separate group of 25 herds that had purchased pigs from a known infected piggery in south australia (herd sa). snout abnormalities were ...19892818358
characterisation of pasteurella multocida isolated from fowl cholera outbreaks on turkey farms.biochemical profiles, restriction endonuclease analysis (rea) and ribotyping were used to investigate pasteurella multocida isolates from outbreaks of fowl cholera on 7 turkey farms in new south wales. while only a single isolate was available from 5 of the farms, multiple isolates, 4 and 12 respectively, were available from the other 2 farms. the available field evidence suggested that 8 outbreaks had occurred with one farm suffering 2 outbreaks. the isolates obtained were all confirmed as past ...19957544114
phenotypic characterisation of pasteurella multocida isolates from australian pigs.a phenotypic characterisation of 150 isolates of bacteria previously identified as pasteurella multocida was performed. all the isolates had been obtained from australian pigs in the three eastern states of queensland (110 isolates), new south wales (21 isolates) and victoria (19 isolates). seven different biochemical biovars were recognised amongst the isolates. a total of 100 isolates (67%) were assigned to biovar 3, previously shown to be the most common biovar in isolates of p. multocida fro ...19979444072
demonstration that australian pasteurella multocida isolates from sporadic outbreaks of porcine pneumonia are non-toxigenic (toxa-) and display heterogeneous dna restriction endonuclease profiles compared with toxigenic isolates from herds with progressive atrophic rhinitis.capsular types a and d of pasteurella multocida cause economic losses in swine because of their association with progressive atrophic rhinitis (par) and enzootic pneumonia. there have been no studies comparing whole-cell dna profiles of isolates associated with these two porcine respiratory diseases. twenty-two isolates of p. multocida from diseased pigs in different geographic localities within australia were characterised genotypically by restriction endonuclease analysis (rea) with the enzyme ...19989877188
toxigenic type d pasteurella multocida and progressive atrophic rhinitis in new south wales pig herds. 19911776935
pasteurella multocida septicaemia in fallow deer (dama dama).thirteen of 100 fallow deer, aged between 6 months and 10 years, died over a 5 week period. the deaths occurred in 2 outbreaks 3 weeks apart. both outbreaks were preceded by at least 3 days of cold wet and windy weather, and were associated with water-logged pastures. affected animals were usually found dead, with a frothy blood-stained nasal discharge. in the 8 deer necropsied, gross lesions included widespread subserosal petechial haemorrhages, severe pulmonary congestion and oedema with froth ...19911888312
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