Campylobacteriosis en hembras bubalinas

Cipolini, M. F.; Jacobo, R. A.; Storani, C. A.; Martínez, D. E.; Martínez, E. I.
November 2009
Revista Veterinaria;2009, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p130
Academic Journal
The aim of this trial was to identify possible infections with Campylobacter fetus in buffalo heifers from a farm in Corrientes Province, Argentina. Samples were taken by the cervico-vaginal mucus pipette method. Laboratory determinations were performed by the direct immunofluorescence technique. From over 29 two-years old heifers, five (17%) resulted positives.


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