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The number of cases of undulant fever due to the porcine strain of Er. abortus appears to be increasing. In one investigation in the United States of America the organism was isolated from ten cases out of 20, while HUDDLESON, in his researches on the identification of types of brucella, found the...

Rev. Soc. paul Med. vet., 1933, 3, pp 107-119