Haemorrhagic Septicaemia (Pasteurella Multocida Serotype B:2 and E:2 Infection) in Cattle and Buffaloes

  • M. C. L. de Alwis

Abstract

The genus Pasteurella consists of a large number of species with a worldwide distribution and causing a wide range of diseases in animals and man. Diseases of economic importance to agricultural animals is associated with two species Pasteurella multocida and Pasteurella haemolvtica.

Keywords

Live Vaccine Buffalo Calf Snow Leopard Serological Type Pasteurella Multocida 
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  • M. C. L. de Alwis
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  1. 1.Veterinary Research InstitutePeradeniyaSri Lanka

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