Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences
The first-time isolation of Brucella canis from two aborted bitches in a kennel in Turkey
Brucella canis is defined as the specific agent that is responsible for canine brucellosis. In this study, B. canis was isolated and identified from the clinical materials belonging to 2 dogs kept in a breeding kennel in Turkey and brought to the researchers? clinic with abortion complaints. With this study, for the first time ever, B. canis isolation and identification was made from dogs that aborted in a kennel. This study emphasizes
Abortion, Brucella canis, isolation, kennel
SAYTEKİN, AHMET MURAT; KARAGÜL, MUSTAFA SENCER; ALTUNTAŞ, BUKET; ÖZ, GÜLSEREN YILDIZ; MECİTOĞLU, GÜLNAZ; and YILMAZ, ÖZGE
"The first-time isolation of Brucella canis from two aborted bitches in a kennel in Turkey,"
Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences: Vol. 42:
6, Article 20.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/veterinary/vol42/iss6/20