Study of the Prevalence of Agents of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Monkeys by the Gene Diagnosis Method
Carriership of agents of sexually transmitted diseases (Trichomonas, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma) is highly prevalent in healthy monkeys living in the Adler Breeding Center. The incidence of these microorganisms is appreciably higher in animals with gestoses and labor abnormalities in comparison with animals with normal genital function. Mixed infection caused by 2–4 agents is much more incident than monoinfection.
Key Wordssexually transmitted disease agents gene diagnosis
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