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reclassification of equine isolates previously reported as actinobacillus equuli, variants of a. equuli, actinobacillus suis or bisgaard taxon 11 and proposal of a. equuli subsp. equuli subsp. nov. and a. equuli subsp. haemolyticus subsp. nov.members of bisgaard taxon 11 have been isolated from horses. these bacteria are of importance in the veterinary clinic and also to the medical profession, since they may be isolated from infected wounds of humans bitten by horses. six strains from different continents were identified as taxon 11, with 16s rrna similarities between 98.0 and 99.7%. a single isolate that represented the so-called (+)l-arabinose-positive actinobacillus equuli isolated from a diseased foal showed 99.9% 16s rrna simil ...200212361259
classification of actinobacillus spp isolates from horses involved in mare reproductive loss identify actinobacillus spp isolates recovered from fetuses and pericardial fluid from horses affected with mare reproductive loss syndrome (mrls) and determine whether these bacterial species are the same as those isolated from clinically normal horses.200616881857
actinobacillus equuli subsp. equuli associated with equine valvular endocarditis.microbiological and pathological data from a case of equine valvular endocarditis are reported. limited information is available on the pathogenic potential of equine actinobacillus species as several strains originate from apparently healthy horses. after the establishment of two subspecies within this species, this seems to be the first report of an etiological association between a. equuli subsp. equuli and equine endocarditis. furthermore, new information on some phenotypical characteristics ...200718184417
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