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pasteurella multocida infections in 16 persons in oregon. 19654954383
septicemic pasteurellosis in free-ranging neonatal pronghorn in part of a study to determine the cause(s) of population decline and low survival of pronghorn (antilocapra americana) neonates on hart mountain national antelope refuge (hmnar), oregon (usa), 55 of 104 neonates captured during may 1996 and 1997 were necropsied (n = 28, 1996; n = 27, 1997) to determine cause of death. necropsies were conducted on fawns that died during may, june, or july of each year. the objectives of this study were to report the occurrence and pathology of pasteurellosis in ...200010813624
characterization of pasteurella multocida associated with pneumonia in bighorn sheep.pasteurella multocida is a highly diverse group of bacteria recognized as important pathogens. although p. multocida is not ordinarily associated with disease in rocky mountain bighorn sheep (ovis canadensis canadensis), numerous isolates were cultured in high numbers from free-ranging bighorn sheep in the hells canyon area of idaho, washington, and oregon (usa) during the winter of 1995-96. animals captured in hells canyon and held in captivity, and their offspring, also harbored p. multocida. ...200314567214
sharing of pasteurella spp. between free-ranging bighorn sheep and feral goats.pasteurella spp. were isolated from feral goats and free-ranging bighorn sheep (ovis canadensis canadensis) in the hells canyon national recreation area bordering idaho, oregon, and washington (usa). biovariant 1 pasteurella haemolytica organisms were isolated from one goat and one of two bighorn sheep found in close association. both isolates produced leukotoxin and had identical electrophoretic patterns of dna fragments following cutting with restriction endonuclease haeiii. similarly pasteure ...200314733287
pasteurellaceae isolated from bighorn sheep (ovis canadensis) from idaho, oregon, and elucidate the species and biovariants of pasteurellaceae isolated from clinically normal bighorn sheep (ovis canadensis) or bighorn sheep with evidence of respiratory disease.201222738054
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