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Of the 418 serum samples examined, 21 (5%) were positive for brucellosis, 24 (5.7%) for salmonellosis, 30 (7%) for chlamydiosis, 125 (30%) for bluetongue, 162 (38.8%) for IBR IPV and 248 (59%) for toxoplasmosis; all were negative for listeriosis and paratuberculosis.

Hussein Hag, A.; Gallo, C.; Caracappa, S.; Vesco, G.
Atti della Società Italiana di Buiatria, 1985, 17, pp 573-575