isolation of pathogenic yersiniae from wild animals in bulgaria.pathogenic yersinia strains were isolated between december 1998 and april 1999 from 37 wild animals: rabbit (lepus europeus), boar (sus scrofa scrofa), asiatic jackal (canis aureus), red fox (vulpes vulpes), mouflon (ovis musimon), european river otter (lutra lutra), beech marten (martes foina), polecat (musleta putorius) and wild cat (felis silvestris). it was established that among the wild animals y. enterocolitica strains of serotype 0:3 predominated, accompanied by y. pseudotuberculosis str ...200111393816
yersinia enterocolitica and yersinia like microbes isolated from mammals and water in norway and pertaining to 149 strains belonging to genus yersinia are summarized in this paper. yersinia enterocolitica (y.e.) was isolated from the faeces of 31 of 305 small rodents and from 5 of 31 shrews (soricidae) trapped at five localities in norway and one locality in denmark. isolations were obtained from 9 of 29 water samples collected within the trapping areas. three of 25 red foxes (vulpes vulpes) from one locality in norway harbored y.e. in their faeces. y.e. serotype 16 was isolated from o ...1977857609
free-living species of carnivorous mammals in poland: red fox, beech marten, and raccoon as a potential reservoir of salmonella, yersinia, listeria spp. and coagulase-positive staphylococcus.the objective of the study was to examine a population of free-living carnivorous mammals most commonly found in poland (red fox, beech marten, and raccoon) for the occurrence of bacteria that are potentially pathogenic for humans and other animal species and to determine their virulence potential (the presence of selected virulence genes). from the total pool of isolates obtained (n = 328), we selected 90 belonging to species that pose the greatest potential threat to human health: salmonella s ...201627171434
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