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Minimal requirements for growth of Brucella suis and other Brucella species.
  • M. Plommet
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie : international…
  • 1 October 1991
Minimal nutritional requirements and temperature limits of growth were studied in Brucella suis and, comparatively, in a few other Brucella species. In a saline basic medium including thiosulphate,Expand
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Survival of Brucella abortus in ripened soft cheese made from naturally infected cow's milk
Summary Milk from eigh heifers experimentally inoculated with a virulent strain of Brucella abortus, and excreting large numbers ofthese bacteria at calving, was used to make three successive batchesExpand
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Brucella suis S2, brucella melitensis Rev. 1 and Brucella abortus S19 living vaccines: residual virulence and immunity induced against three Brucella species challenge strains in mice.
Live attenuated Brucella suis S2 vaccine was compared to living vaccines B. abortus S19 and B. melitensis Rev. 1 in mice. Residual virulence was estimated by ability to multiply and persist in spleenExpand
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Immunity conferred upon mice by anti-LPS monoclonal antibodies in murine brucellosis.
An immune serum infused into mice prior to intravenous virulent Brucella abortus challenge may reduce initial colonization of the spleen on day 7 post-challenge and increase bacteriolysis in theExpand
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Protection conferred on mice by monoclonal antibodies directed against outer-membrane-protein antigens of Brucella.
Twenty-six monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) directed against seven brucella outer-membrane proteins (OMPs) of 10, 16.5, 19, 25-27, 31-34, 36-38 and 89 Kda were screened for passive protection of mice;Expand
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Humoral immunity in mice mediated by monoclonal antibodies against the A and M antigens of Brucella.
All smooth strains of Brucella bear two lipopolysaccharide (LPS) antigens in a ratio that defines the classification of strains in serovars, A (A greater than M), M (M greater than A) and A.M (A =Expand
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Theoretical, practical and statistical basis for a general control method of activity for anti-Brucella vaccines.
Lots of five weeks old female CD-1 mice were vaccinated at several doses with living (B. abortus 19), killed whole cells or purified fractions vaccines. The doses were the number of bacterial cellsExpand
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Virulence of Brucella: bacterial growth and decline in mice.
Virulence may be expressed by a bacterial count in selected tissue of an animal host inoculated and autopsied in specified conditions. Time courses of splenic infection in DBA/2 mice intravenouslyExpand
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