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outbreak of yersiniosis in egyptian rousette bats (rousettus aegyptiacus) caused by yersinia pseudotuberculosis serotype 4b.this report describes an outbreak of yersiniosis in egyptian rousette bats (rousettus aegyptiacus) caused by yersinia pseudotuberculosis serotype 4b. twelve of 61 bats died between november and december 2008 or in may 2009. the bats often displayed multiple yellow-white nodules in the spleen and liver. microscopically, these consisted of focal necrosis accompanied by inflammatory cell infiltration and colonies of gram-negative bacilli. the bacterial colonies were identified immunohistochemically ...201322980777
yersinia pseudotuberculosis in a closed colony of egyptian fruit bats (rousettus aegyptiacus).an outbreak of yersinia pseudotuberculosis (yptb) occurred in a closed colony of egyptian fruit bats (rousettus aegyptiacus) and resulted in the death of seven bats over a 6-week period. an initial survey of the remaining bats revealed visceral abscessation characteristic of pseudotuberculosis in five of the 12 bats examined (41.7%), inciting depopulation of the colony. at necropsy, 70% of the 115 bats in the colony exhibited gross evidence suggestive of yptb infection, including mesenteric lymp ...200919368235
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