Ramisi Musa 1979

The strain was isolated. by de Geus (1971) from the blood sample of a 30 years old weeder working in the Ramisi sugar cane fields, Kwale district, Coast Province, Kenya, and described as a separate serovar named ramisi, ref. strain Musa by Dikken et al. (1979).
* Geus A. de. Human leptospirosis in rural Kenya. Thesis University Amsterdam 1971, p. 73.
* Dikken H., Kmety E., Geus A. de, Timmer V.E.A. A new serovar in the Australis serogroup. Trop. Geogr. Med. 31, 2, 1979, 263-267.

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Volume (ml)
MusaF81 C32001-01-10:81-3.33200.50inquire
MusaF81 C52001-01-10:81-5.46400.50add to cart
MusaF81 C61997-10-28:81-6.425600.50inquire
MusaF81 C81998-10-03:81-8.53200.50inquire
MusaF90 C41999-03-26:90-4.500.50add to cart
MusaF90 C52000-01-27:90-5.625600.50add to cart
MusaF90 C81998-11-30:90-8.410200.50add to cart
MusaF90 C122000-01-27:90-12.400.50inquire
MusaF90 C61997-01-01:90-6.425600.50inquire
MusaF132 C71988-02-08:132-7.102.00add to cart
MusaF81 C12000-01-27:81-1.751200.50inquire
MusaF132 C21988-02-02:132-2.102.00add to cart