The genus Brucella and clinical manifestations of brucellosis

@inproceedings{PaixoI2009TheGB,
  title={The genus Brucella and clinical manifestations of brucellosis},
  author={Mariana Noyma XavierI {\'E}rica Azevedo CostaI Tatiane Alves Paix{\~a}oI and Renato Lima Santos},
  year={2009}
}
  • Mariana Noyma XavierI Érica Azevedo CostaI Tatiane Alves PaixãoI, Renato Lima Santos
  • Published 2009
Infection with bacteria of the genus Brucella results in major economic and political impact by causing reproductive diseases in a significant number of domestic animal species. Moreover, it has a great social significance, since many species are capable of causing human infection, with severe consequences. Dissemination of knowledge on a specific disease is an essential step for its control. Considering that brucellosis is still the most prevalent zoonosis in the world, information about… CONTINUE READING
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