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A note on some Enterobacteriaceae from the faeces of small wild British mammals

  • T. D. Healing (a1), C. Kaplan (a1) and Anne Prior (a1)

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Over a four-year period 878 samples of faeces were collected from five species of small wild rodents and two species of shrews at sites in England, Scotland and Wales. A search was made for Salmonella in these samples but no isolations of this genus were made. Several other genera of Enterobacteriaceae were identified.

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Kaplan, C., Healing, T. D., Evans, N., Healing, L. J., Prior, A. (1980). Evidcnce of infection by viruses in Hinall British field rodents. Journal of Hygiene 84, 285.
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A note on some Enterobacteriaceae from the faeces of small wild British mammals

  • T. D. Healing (a1), C. Kaplan (a1) and Anne Prior (a1)

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