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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp 384–388 | Cite as

Experimental bronchopneumonia

  • A. E. Ivanov
  • V. F. Sosova
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Summary

An experimental method for producing pneumonia in rabbits is presented. A culture ofB. enteritidis gartneri was obtained from a rabbit having developed the disease spontaneously. This organism was used to reproduce the disease in 100% of the animals inoculated intratracheally.

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Public Health Pneumonia Experimental Method Bronchopneumonia 
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  • A. E. Ivanov
  • V. F. Sosova

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