Evelyn Ulrich

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The number of strains of Proteus studied was 413, and these were obtained from all clinical materials with the exception of fecal specimens. Lactose was fermented by 37 strains (P. inconstans, 29%; P. rettgeri, 16%; P. mirabilis, 4.2%; P. morganii, 3.6%; and P. vulgaris, 0%) of which 33 were from the genitourinary system. These 33 strains constituted 12.7%(More)
In Germany now, the recognition of Salmonella infections in pig herds is based on three different commercial tests detecting antibodies against Salmonella-derived lipopolysaccharide (LPS). However, a serious disadvantage of these tests, used so far, is the restricted detection of antibodies belonging predominantly to the immunoglobulin class g (IgG).(More)