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Volume 12, Number 3—March 2006

Dispatch

Canine Leptospirosis, United States, 2002–2004

George E. Moore*Comments to Author , Lynn F. Guptill*, Nita W. Glickman*, Richard J. Caldanaro*, David Aucoin†, and Lawrence T. Glickman*
Author affiliations: *Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA; †VCA Antech, Los Angeles, California, USA

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Figure 1

Percentage of positive microscopic agglutination tests by Leptospira serovar, using 3 different cutoff titers for 23,005 canine sera from 2002–2004. Serovars Canicola and Icterohaemorrhagiae have been used in canine bacterins for leptospirosis during the study period. Ictero., Icterohaemorrhagiae; Autumn., Autumnalis; Bratisl., Bratislava; Grippo., Grippotyphosa.

Figure 1. Percentage of positive microscopic agglutination tests by Leptospira serovar, using 3 different cutoff titers for 23,005 canine sera from 2002–2004. Serovars Canicola and Icterohaemorrhagiae have been used in canine bacterins for leptospirosis during the study period. Ictero., Icterohaemorrhagiae; Autumn., Autumnalis; Bratisl., Bratislava; Grippo., Grippotyphosa.

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