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In typical Dermatitis digitalis (D.d.) lesions, spirochaete-like bacteria with variations in spiralization were revealed by electron microscopy. While, in the early stages of the disease, these are found to be associated with fibrillar material of keratocytes, they occur massively in vacuoles at more advanced stages. The spirochaetes carry one pair of(More)
Reported in this paper is an infection experiment in which whole blood infected with Eperythrozoon (Ep.) suis was applied to bacterioscopically Ep. suis negative SPF primary piglets for the purpose of doubtless diagnosis of eperythrozoonosis (EEZ) of swine. EEZ could thus be clinically, bacterioscopically, haematologically, biochemically,(More)