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[mixed infection with tularemia and omsk hemorrhagic fever in experiments on aquatic field mice].the authors carried out an experimental study of some aspects of the pathogenesis of mixed tularemia and omsk hemorrhagic fever infection in arvicola terrestris l. the results obtained reflected the dynamics of development of the pathological process of the mixed infection, peculiarities of distribution of francisella tularensis and of the viral antigen in different organs, the character of pathomorphological changes in the organism at different periods after the administration of the causative ...1976983583
sensitivity to macrolide antibiotics and lincomycin in francisella tularensis holarctica.among the 345 f. tularensis holarctica strains isolated in europe, asia and north america, two variants were found: one sensitive and the other resistant to erythromycin, oleandomycin and lincomycin. these characteristics were not associated with virulence, antigenicity, biochemical activity or source of isolation and displayed high stability in passages in laboratory animals or multiple passages in culture media. the two variants are proposed to be designated as biotype (biovar) i, erythromycin ...19807190590
the ecology of tularaemia.tularaemia, a zoonotic disease caused by the bacterium francisella tularensis mccoy, 1912, is reported from north america, europe and northern parts of asia, but not from the southern hemisphere. two subspecies of f. tularensis are recognised: the highly virulent type a and the milder type b, with additional subdivisions reported. tularaemia has been reported in more than 250 animal species including man, other mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, arthropods and protozoa. type a is reported to have ...19921305858
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