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Volume 10, Number 1—January 2004

Dispatch

Human Infection with M- Strain of Brucella canis

Jorge C. Wallach*†Comments to Author , Guillermo H. Giambartolomei†, Pablo C. Baldi†, and Carlos A. Fossati†‡
Author affiliations: *Hospital F. J. Muñiz, Buenos Aires, Argentina; †IDEHU, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina; ‡Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata, Argentina

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Serological follow-up of a human infection by Brucella canis M-. CP, cytoplasmic proteins; BLS, Brucella lumazine synthase; HS, B. canis hot-saline extract. The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay titer was calculated as the inverse of the last serum dilution that yielded an optical density higher than the cut-off of the assay.

Figure. Serological follow-up of a human infection by Brucella canis M-. CP, cytoplasmic proteins; BLS, Brucella lumazine synthase; HS, B. canis hot-saline extract. The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay titer was calculated as the inverse of the last serum dilution that yielded an optical density higher than the cut-off of the assay.

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