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Identification of sheep and goat mycoplasmas by their biochemical characteristics


, : Identification of sheep and goat mycoplasmas by their biochemical characteristics. Pendik Hayvan Hastalklar Merkez Avastrma Enstitusu Dergisi 19(1-2): 44-52

Of 34 strains isolated from milk, lungs, synovial fluid, mediastinal lymph nodes, pleural fluid and sent to the laboratory, 31 were identified as Mycoplasma agalactiae and 3 as Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. capri.

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