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pneumonia in a nursing home.the authors studied nursing home residents serologically to determine whether atypical organisms were causes of radiologic pneumonia. the study was conducted at the wisconsin veterans home, a facility with on-site microbiology and x-ray. over one year, serologic examinations for legionella, mycoplasma, and chlamydia were conducted for the residents who had pneumonia. cultures and mortality were reviewed. fifty-six episodes were studied (mean resident age 78 years). there was no fourfold titer ch ...19947853075
a randomized and blinded field trial to assess the efficacy of an autogenous vaccine to prevent naturally occurring infectious bovine keratoconjunctivis (ibk) in beef calves.a randomized and blinded 2-arm parallel trial was conducted to assess the efficacy of an autogenous vaccine to prevent naturally occurring infectious bovine keratoconjunctivis (ibk) in beef calves. the trial was managed between may and november 2008 on university owned farms in iowa and wisconsin. the vaccine at iowa contained moraxella bovoculi (m. bovoculi) while the organism used in the wisconsin herds vaccine was branhemella ovis (b. ovis renamed m. ovis). calves born between january and may ...200919531391
chronic cholera-like lesions caused by moraxella osloensis.cholera-like lesions appeared in four house-confined flocks of tom turkeys on one farm from october 30, 1980, to december 2, 1980; moraxella osloensis was isolated from the tissues. all flocks were treated with 0.04% sulfaquinoxaline in the water for 3 days. the flocks returned to normal and had normal condemnation rates at slaughter. an experiment was conducted in which six hen turkeys were inoculated with a m. osloensis isolate. the same gross lesions were produced as seen in the field cases.19836639555
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