Detection and identification of two Bartonella henselae variants in domestic cats in Germany.

@article{Sander1997DetectionAI,
  title={Detection and identification of two Bartonella henselae variants in domestic cats in Germany.},
  author={Anna Sander and Christoph B. B{\"u}hler and Klaus Pelz and E von Cramm and Wolfgang Bredt},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={
          584-7
        }
}
To determine the prevalence of bacteremia caused by Bartonella henselae in domestic cats in the region of Freiburg, Germany, we investigated culture of blood from 100 cats from 89 different households over a 12-month period. B. henselae could be isolated from 13% (13 of 100) of these cats. In eight households with two cats each and in one household with three cats, B. henselae bacteremia was found either in all of the animals or in none of the animals. Positive cultures were more likely to be… CONTINUE READING

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