Dakota Grand River 1962

The strain Grand River was isolated in 1958 from surface water in the USA and described as a 'subserotype' of L. naam (Alexander et al, 1962).
At its meeting in Moscow in 1966, the TSC abolished the taxonomic range of 'subserotypes' and it was accepted as a separate serovar, named dakota with Grand River as its reference strain.
* Alexander A.D., Stoenner H.J., Wood G.E., Byrne R.J. A new pathogenic Leptospira, not readily cultivated. J. Bact. 83, 1962, 754-760.
* TSC meeting, 1966, Moscow: Minutes. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. 21, 1971, 138-139.
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Reactions between reference strains and monoclonal antibodies

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Grand RiverF20 C42005-11-25:20-4.351200.50inquire
Grand RiverF12 C32012.12.24:12-3.131600.50add to cart
Grand RiverF20 C31999-06-01:20-3.16400.50add to cart
Grand RiverF52 C11999-06-01:52-1.41600.50add to cart
Grand RiverF52 C22005-11-25:52-2.400.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C42000-01-27:70-4.512800.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C72019-11-03:70-7.143200.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C132001-01-10:70-13.525600.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C142016-06-04:70-14.1500.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C201999-06-01:70-20.425600.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C242007-06-12:70-24.2000.50add to cart
Grand RiverF70 C262001-10-10:70-26.325600.50add to cart
Grand RiverF89 C122007-06-12:89-12.63200.50add to cart
Grand RiverF82 C21995-06-01:82-2.3102402.00inquire
Grand RiverF82 C81989-10-25:82-8.43201.00inquire
Grand RiverF89 C31991-03-18:89-3.351201.00inquire
Grand RiverF82 C12005-11-25:82-1.500.50add to cart