Brasiliensis An 776 1972

The strain was isolated in 1961 from an opossum (Didelphis marsupialis) in Brazil and described as a new serovar named brasiliensis, ref. strain An 776 (Santa Rosa et al., 1972). The strain had already been studied by Galton under the laboratory code LT 966, which was the strain designation given in the list of 1967 (WHO, 1967). This has now been corrected to the original An 776.
* Santa Rosa C.A., Sulzer C.R., Pestana de Castro A.F.: A new leptospiral serotype in the Bataviae group, isolated in Sao Paulo, Brasil. Am. J. Vet. Res. 33, 8, 1972, 1719-1721.
* WHO: Current Problems in Leptospirosis Research. Wld. Hlth. Org. Tech. Rep. Ser. No. 380, Geneva 1967, p.32.
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An 776F129 C21999-06-01:129-2.3800.50add to cart
An 776F129 C31999-06-01:129-3.400.50add to cart
An 776F129 C61999-06-01:129-6.300.50add to cart
An 776F129 C72007-06-12:129-7.31600.50add to cart
An 776F129 C151998-11-30:129-15.400.50add to cart
An 776F129 C181998-11-30:129-18.300.50add to cart
An 776F129 C191998-11-30:129-19.351200.50add to cart
An 776F129 C201999-06-01:129-20.500.50add to cart
An 776F129 C241998-11-30:129-24.33200.50add to cart
An 776F129 C251998-11-30:129-25.300.50add to cart
An 776F129 C262007-06-12:129-26.400.50add to cart
An 776F129 C41987-12-12:129-4.1801.00inquire
An 776F129 C91998-11-30:129-9.500.50add to cart