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PRIMARY ISOLATION OF MYCOPLASMA ORGANISMS (PPLO) FROM MAMMALIAN SOURCES1

By T. L. Barber and J. Fabricant

Abstract

Barber, T. L. (Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.) and J. Fabricant. Primary isolation of Mycoplasma organisms (PPLO) from mammalian sources. J. Bacteriol. 83:1268–1273. 1962.—Mycoplasma (PPLO) were isolated from cattle, pigs, sheep, rats, and dogs. A total of 39 isolates was obtained from 307 samples from 166 animals. Of these, 24 isolates were from semen of bulls in an artificial breeding establishment; the other 15 were from various tissues of the animals mentioned

Topics: Articles
Year: 1962
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