Tingomaria M 13 1984

The strain was isolated in 1970 from the kidney of an opossum (Didelphis marsupialis) in
the Peruvian jungle. The strain is described by Liceras de Hidalgo et al. (1984) as a new
serovar named tingomaria with reference strain M 13 in the serogroup Cynopteri. In this
publication the serovar name tingomariensis is also mentioned, which may cause confusion. Since it was still not confirmed by a RL, the strain was included in the Revised List of 1988 (Kmety & Dikken,1988) under "provisional" status. As its serovar status has been confirmed recently by a RL, it is now included unconditionally in the attached updated list.
* Liceras de Hidalgo J., Sulzer C.R. Six New leptospiral Serovars Isolated from Wild Animals in Peru. J. Clin. Microbiol. 19, 6, 1984, 944-945.
* Kmety E., Dikken H. Revised List of Leptospira Serovars (accepted by the Subcommittee on the Taxonomy of Leptospira). University Press Groningen, 1988, p. 16.
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M 13F64 C22001-01-10:64-2.412800.50add to cart
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M 13F69 C152001-01-10:69-15.512800.50add to cart
M 13F64 C81986-11-06:64-8.301.00add to cart
M 13F69 C21985-04-12:69-23201.00add to cart
M 13F69 C81987-04-24:69-8.301.00add to cart
M 13F69 C141985-03-29:69-14.101.00add to cart
M 13F69 C121985-04-05:69-12.1/12.202.00add to cart