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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
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