fowl cholera epornitic: antigenic characterization and virulence of selected pasteurella multocida epornitic of fowl cholera involving turkey flocks of several farms within a 15-mile radius in utah was studied. pasteurella multocida strains isolated from birds in affected flocks were antigenically characterized as a:1, a:3, and b:4, based on capsular sero-grouping and somatic serotyping results. experimental exposure of poults with each of two strains representing the rarely reported capsular group b indicated that both were virulent.19921533118
yersinia philomiragia sp. n., a new member of the pasteurella group of bacteria, naturally pathogenic for the muskrat (ondatra zibethica).a bacterium experimentally pathogenic for muskrats (ondatra zibethica), white mice, mountain voles (microtus montanus), and deer mice (peromyscus maniculatus) was isolated from the tissues of a sick muskrat captured on the bear river migratory bird refuge (brigham city, utah) and from four surface water samples collected within 15 miles of that point. in culture, the cells are chiefly coccoid, but in the tissues of muskrats and voles they resemble the bizarre forms of yersinia pestis, except for ...19695361214
nasal and cloacal bacteria in free-ranging desert tortoises from the western united states.aerobic bacteria were collected from three free-ranging desert tortoise (gopherus agassizii) populations in the eastern mojave desert (arizona, utah; usa) from 1989 to 1993, and from two free-ranging populations in the central sonoran desert (arizona, usa) from 1990 to 1994. six species of nasal bacteria and 18 species of cloacal bacteria were identified. at least one potential pathogen was found in the nasal cavity (pasteurella testudinis), and at least two potential pathogens in the cloaca (ps ...200111310875
results of a five-year survey for certain enzootic diseases in the fauna of western utah. 196514248984
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