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occurrence of yersinia enterocolitica in wild-living birds and japanese serows.yersinia spp. were isolated from 34 of 500 birds representing nine species. the highest isolation rate, 5 of 21 (23.8%), was found in blue magpies (cyanopia cyanus), followed by pheasants (phasianus colchicus tohkaidi), 5 of 33 (15.2%); gray starlings (sturnus cineraceus), 6 of 57 (10.5%); tree sparrows (passer montanus), 1 of 14 (7.1%); bulbuls (hypsipetes amaurotis), 4 of 57 (7.0%); crows (corvus levailantii or corvus corone), 7 of 117 (6.0%); eastern turtledoves (streptopelia orientalis), 4 o ...19853977310
bioserotypes and virulence markers of yersinia enterocolitica strains isolated from mallards (anas platyrhynchos) and pheasants (phasianus colchicus).yersinia enterocolitica is the causative agent of yersiniosis in different animal species and in humans. food contaminated with y. enterocolitica is the main source of infection for humans, and swine plays a major role in the transmission of the disease. there are a limited number of reports of the prevalence of y. enterocolitica in wild animals and birds. this study characterized virulence markers associated with y. enterocolitica isolates recovered from mallards and pheasants. y. enterocolitic ...201223212020
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