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A study of haemolytical activity of "Listeria monocytogenes". Influence of glucose on it haemolytical activity and experimental pathogenicity in mice


A study of haemolytical activity of "Listeria monocytogenes". Influence of glucose on it haemolytical activity and experimental pathogenicity in mice
A study of haemolytical activity of "Listeria monocytogenes". Influence of glucose on it haemolytical activity and experimental pathogenicity in mice

L. Domínguez Rodríguez

Affiliation: Dpto. de Microbiología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Madrid

Biography: Not available

E.F. Rodríguez Ferri

Affiliation: Dpto. de Microbiología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Madrid

Biography: Not available

J.L Fernández Garaizabal

Affiliation: Dpto. de Microbiología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Madrid

Biography: Not available

G. Suarez Fernández

Affiliation: Dpto. de Microbiología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Madrid

Biography: Not available

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L. Domínguez Rodríguez; E.F. Rodríguez Ferri; J.L Fernández Garaizabal; G. Suarez Fernández

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Publication year: 1984

Language: Spanish, with summary in English

Subjects: Animal

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This paper deals with the haemolytical properties of 38 strains of listeria from different sources; studied by comparative use of three systems of measuring namely: a conventional system on blood agar; an original system on microplate and CAMP test. In all cases, obtained results with red cells from sheep, dog and man are studied. For CAMP test, “R. aureus” and “E. equi” strains were employed. All results were compared when the listeria inocula werw obtained in presence or not of 0,5 p. 100 glucose in the culture. The microplate technique, most useful, was also used for the haemolytical study with red cells from horse, cattle, pig and hen (poultry). The strains, classified by their above mentioned characteristics, were also studied from the stand point of their pathogenicity against mice (i.p. route). The inoculate were obtained from both media (with 0,5 p. 100 glucose or without it) and the study was carried out in all cases.

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Physical Description : 20 p.; 17x24

ISBN: 84-7498-190-5

ISSN: 0211-1314

Publication: Madrid : Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA), 1984

Reference INIA: CS006

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