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the characterization of mycoplasma synoviae ef-tu protein and proteins involved in hemadherence and their n-terminal amino acid sequences.an abundant cytoplasmic 43-kda protein from mycoplasma synoviae, a major pathogen from poultry, was identified as elongation factor tu. the n-terminal amino acid sequence (akldfdrskehvnvgtighv) has 90% identity with the sequence of the mycoplasma hominis elongation factor tu protein. monoclonal antibodies reacting with the m. synoviae elongation factor tu protein also reacted with 43-kda proteins from the avian mycoplasma species mycoplasma gallinarum, mycoplasma gallinaceum, mycoplasma pullorum ...199910220885
isolation of mycoplasma cloacale from a number of different avian hosts in great britain and france.following the original isolation of mycoplasma cloacale from a turkey in great britain, only one further turkey isolate has been obtained whereas the mycoplasma has been recovered from 2 species of wild ducks in britain, and from 2 breeds of domestic ducks and from domestic geese in france. a few isolations have also been made from wild and exotic birds but m. cloacale has not been found in chickens.198718766602
the occurrence of mycoplasmas in selected wild north american waterfowl.we determined the prevalence of mycoplasma infection in breeding mallard (anas platyrhynchos) and canvasback (aythya valisineria) hens and their broods from the central united states (1988 to 1990); and wintering american black duck (anas rubripes) and mallard hens from the eastern united states (1990 to 1993). mycoplasmas were isolated by culturing tracheal swabs from 656 live birds and tissue samples from 112 dead waterfowl. nine (18%) of 51 mycoplasma isolates were identified as mycoplasma an ...19958592358
a novel mycoplasma sp. associated with phallus disease in goose breeders: pathological and bacteriological findings.in april 2014, poor fertility in a major commercial goose breeder operation in california triggered the submission of six live affected toulouse ganders ( anser anser ) to the california animal health and food safety laboratory, turlock branch (university of california-davis). toulouse were principally affected among all breeds, and their egg fertility dropped from 65.7% to less than 33.9% in the first 40 days of the 2014 breeding season. the flock consisted of 410 adult birds, 90 males and 320 ...201627309284
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