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Les Leptospiroses à L. pomona et L. mitis chez le porc et l’homme en France

  • Marcel Mailloux
  • Berthe Kolochine-Erber

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Les Leptospiroses, depuis quelques années, se révèlent plus répandues qu’on le supposait. Ces infections ont aujourd’hui une importance mondiale: en effet les animaux domestiques sont souvent et fortement atteints et les conséquences économiques ne sont pas négligeables. Le porc peut-être infecté par L. pomonamais aussi par d’autres sérotypes. II. joue le rôle de réservoir et vecteur de leptospires qu’il transmet à d’autres animaux domestiques et à l’homme.

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