Leptospirosis in Cattle

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Rodning, Soren P.
Edmondson, Misty A.
Gard, Julie A.
Lovelady, Andrew S.
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
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Leptospirosis, commonly referred to as “Lepto,” is caused by the spiral-shaped bacteria Leptospira, which has more than 400 subclassifications called “serovars.” Some examples of different serovars include hardjo, pomona, canicola, icterohaemorrhagiae, and grippotyphosa, all of which are included in the commonly used “five-way Lepto” vaccines.
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Technical Report
University of Arizona

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