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  • J Nieuwenhuijs, J Haagsma, P Lina
  • 1992
The first case of bat rabies in the Netherlands was recorded in 1987. Since then, 2,540 bats have been examined. In total, 186 bats belonging to two species were found positive for rabies: 182 Eptesicus serotinus and 4 Myotis dasycneme. The virus isolates from the two species were found to be different. Approximately 20% of the E. serotinus bats sent for(More)
A probe based on 16S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) sequences was developed to detect Mycobacterium paratuberculosis, the causative agent of Johne's disease in cattle. Three universal primers were used to sequence the amplified fragments of the 16S rRNA gene of various species of mycobacteria. When the nucleotide sequences were analysed, a deletion was detected in(More)
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