Haemagglutination patterns of Aeromonas spp. related to species and source of strains.

@article{Burke1986HaemagglutinationPO,
  title={Haemagglutination patterns of Aeromonas spp. related to species and source of strains.},
  author={Valerie Burke and Mary Elizabeth Cooper and Jennilee Robinson},
  journal={The Australian journal of experimental biology and medical science},
  year={1986},
  volume={64 ( Pt 6)},
  pages={563-70}
}
The study included 138 A. sobria and 182 A. hydrophila isolated in Perth from samples of diarrhoeal or non-diarrhoeal faeces or from domestic water. Strains were grouped in relation to agglutination of human, horse, rat and guinea pig erythrocytes and the effect of sugars on haemagglutination. Agglutination of red cells of all four species (primary group 1) was most commonly associated with A. sobria, particularly those strains isolated from faeces of patients with diarrhoea. Most A. hydrophila… CONTINUE READING