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Mycoplasmoses are important infectious diseases due to mycoplasmas, fastidious micro-organisms, some of which are highly pathogenic and contagious. They cause severe hard infections especially in ruminants. The current publication, Mycoplasmas of ruminants: pathogenicity, diagnostics, epidemiology and molecular genetics - Volume 4, contains the most recent findings concerning aspects of fundamental and applied research on mycoplasmal infections in ruminants. Through the development of improved diagnostic methods, new insights concerning the prevalence of ruminant mycoplasmas in Europe are presented.

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Authors: BERGONIER D, cole Nationale VÚtÚrinaire Toulouse (FR);BERTHELOT X, cole Nationale VÚtÚrinaire Toulouse (FR);FREY J, Institute for Veterinary Bacteriology, University of Berne (CH)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 19245 EN (2000) 257 pp., EUR 40
Availability: Available from EUR-OP Sales Agents
ISBN: ISBN 92-828-9830-X
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