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field detection of francisella tularensis.a field investigation was undertaken following an outbreak of water-borne tularemia in northern norway. francisella tularensis bacterial cellular components were analysed by rapid immunochromatography (ri)-testing, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (elisa) and polymerase chain reaction (pcr). water from 1 reservoir, fed from a rapid stream, tested negative. from another reservoir, 2 of a chain of 3 wells tested negative. the third well, at the end of the chain, contained lemming (lemmus lemmus) ...200010879600
tularaemia in norwegian dogs.we describe tularaemia in a norwegian dog caused by francisella tularensis subspecies holarctica. a hamilton hound and his owner developed tulaeremia after hunting an infected mountain hare (lepus timidus). the dog showed signs of lethargy, anorexia and fever during a period two to four days after hunting and thereafter fully recovered. its antibody titers increased 32-fold from one to three weeks post exposure. thereafter, the titer declined and leveled off at moderate positive values up to one ...201425150161
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