Brucellosis is a classic bacterial zoonosis. Common Brucella species that are pathogenic in humans and their usual animal reservoirs include B. melitensis in sheep and goats, B. abortus in cattle, and B. suis in swine. The recent description of Brucella from marine mammals has extended its ecologic range.
Marine Mammal Major Outer Membrane Protein Human Brucellosis Brucella Species Bovine Brucellosis
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