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Studies on the occurrence of acid-fast bacteria in the lymph nodes of slaughtered pigs


, : Studies on the occurrence of acid-fast bacteria in the lymph nodes of slaughtered pigs. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 30(12): 714-716

The fluorescent antibody technique revealed mycobacteria in 44% of samples of pathologically changed submaxillary and mesenteric lymph nodes from 300 slaughter pigs, while only 33% were positive with the classical Ziehl-Neelsen method; 75% of the cultures were pure and 25% mixed.

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