Successful infection of pigeons and chickens with Histoplasma capsulatum
The first repeatedly successful infection withHistoplasma capsulatium of pigeons and chickens is reported.
From 44 intravenously infected pigeonsHistoplasma capsulatum could be recovered by culture in 20 cases as long as 45 days after injection; from 10 chickens 5 positive cultures were obtained.
KeywordsPositive Culture Successful Infection Histoplasma Capsulatum
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