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Year : 1987  |  Volume : 5  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 141--143

Characteristics And Prevalence Of S. Havana In India

M Jayasheela1, L. C Meena2, R. K Shandil3, S. N Saxena4 
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M Jayasheela


103 strains of S. havana were received at National Salmonella & Escherichia Centre, Central Research Institute Kasauli (H.P) over a 5 year period (1982-86). Source wise analysis of these showed this serotype to be essentially human pathogen causing mostly systemic infection. The strains produced neither bacteriocines nor haemolysins. All the strains chicken erythrocytes in mannose sensitive fashion.

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Jayasheela M, Meena L, Shandil R, Saxena S. Characteristics And Prevalence Of S. Havana In India.Indian J Med Microbiol 1987;5:141-143

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Jayasheela M, Meena L, Shandil R, Saxena S. Characteristics And Prevalence Of S. Havana In India. Indian J Med Microbiol [serial online] 1987 [cited 2019 Dec 6 ];5:141-143
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