Mycobacterium microti Infection in free-ranging wild boar, Spain, 2017-2019
Pérez de Val, Bernat
Boschiroli, María Laura
Mycobacterium microti is a member of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex that causes pathology in many mammals. M. microti infections have been found in some countries in Europe. We report an outbreak of tuberculosis caused by M. microti in wild boars in Spain.
619 - Veterinària
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Emerging Infectious Disease
Pérez de Val, Bernat, Albert Sanz, Mercè Soler, Alberto Allepuz, Lorraine Michelet, María Laura Boschiroli, and Enric Vidal. 2019. "Mycobacterium Microti Infection In Free-Ranging Wild Boar, Spain, 2017–2019". Emerging Infectious Diseases 25 (11): 2152-2154. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). doi:10.3201/eid2511.190746.
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