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Abstract

Agglutination tests, employing Wanan's technique, with live strains of Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae, L. pomona and L. canicola, were performed on 1, 714 blood serum samples from different animals in the Mexican Republic. Positive titres were found most frequently in cattle, dogs and pigs.

Author(s)
Várela, G.; Velasco, R.
Publisher
Mex,
Citation
Revista Invest. Salud Publ., 1969, 29, pp 101-103
Abstract

Flies, rats, beef and pork were examined. The blowflies Lucilia sericaia, Phormia retina and Callìtroga macellaria were found exclusively on carrion, whereas Musca domestica, Ophyra anescens, Sepsidae and Sphaeroceridae were attracted to both offal and dung. The percentage of pooled fly samples...

Author(s)
Greenberg, B.; Varela, G.; Bornstein, A.; Hernanckz, H.
Citation
American Journal of Hygiene, 1963, 77, pp 177-183
Abstract

Capillary agglutination tests in 1954 had revealed Q fever antibody in 30% of 1, 102 cows. In 1966, Giroud's micro-agglutination technique was used and it revealed antibody in the blood of 2 of 54 cows and 12 of 144 goats. No antibody was detected in 113 donkeys, 10 sheep, 10 pigs and 10 fowls.

Author(s)
Varela, G.; Velasco, R.
Publisher
Mex.,
Citation
Revista Invest. Salud Publ., 1966, 26, pp 301-306

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