Argentiniensis Peludo 1967

The strain was isolated from an armadillo (Choetophractus villosus) in Argentina in 1963 and was described as a new serovar of the Bataviae group by Szyfres et al. (1967). The serovar represented by this strain was included in the list of recognized serovars of 1967 (WHO, 1967), under the strain designation LT 1019 (laboratory code number). This has now been replaced by the name Peludo as given in the original publication.
* Szyfres B., Sulzer C.R., Galton M.M. A new leptospiral serotype in the Bataviae serogroup from Argentina. Trop. Geogr. Med. 19, 4, 1967, 344-346.
* WHO: Current Problems in Leptospirosis Research. Wld. Hlth. Org. Tech. Rep. Ser. No. 380, Geneva 1967, p.32.

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PeludoF129 C21999-06-01:129-2.3819200.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C31999-06-01:129-3.412800.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C61999-06-01:129-6.3800.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C72007-06-12:129-7.351200.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C151998-11-30:129-15.412800.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C181998-11-30:129-18.325600.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C191998-11-30:129-19.3819200.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C201999-06-01:129-20.525600.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C241998-11-30:129-24.351200.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C251998-11-30:129-25.31600.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C262007-06-12:129-26.41600.50add to cart
PeludoF129 C41987-12-12:129-4.1801.00inquire
PeludoF129 C91998-11-30:129-9.51600.50add to cart