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Related to leptospira: Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae
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important pathogens causing Weil's disease or canicola fever

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Real-time PCR on EDTA blood targeting the gene for the major outer membrane protein lip L32 of human pathogenic Leptospira spp.
Leptospira was also seen in peripheral blood smear.
With positive antibodies against leptospira, 1:320, (skill of immunofluorescence), it isolated itself Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae.
'The first phase starts two to 20 days after infection with Leptospira,' the Merck manual informed.
Ryan, 1976 reported that Leptospira interrogans serovars L.
We observed relative humidity between 52.2 and 84.2%, favorable throughout the year for Leptospira spp., rainfall in the rainy season (January-May) of 308.6-124.3 mm and 37.8-1.0 mm in the non-rainy season (July-December), with a higher proportion of seropositive cases (87.1%) in the rainy season, directly proportional to increased rainfall.
Pathogenic Leptospira species are the causative agents of leptospirosis, being spread in nature and reflecting maintenance in the kidneys of many wild and domestic reservoir hosts.
Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease of global importance caused by the spirochete bacteria from the genus Leptospira. Pathogenic Leptospira inhabit the renal tubules of a wide variety of mammalian species.
Leptospirosis is a worldwide zoonotic disease caused by pathogenic Leptospira. Traditionally, the genus Leptospira is divided into two species, namely, L.
Se detecto ademas la presencia de anticuerpos contra Leptospira en el 23.3% de los individuos muestreados, registrandose anticuerpos contra L.
Approximately 1 month after the flood, the Louisiana Office of Public Health received notification through electronic laboratory reporting of two patients with serologic evidence of leptospirosis (immunoglobulin M antibodies to Leptospira species).
Several animal species (synanthropic rodents, domestic livestock, and wild animals) have serological evidence of infection or are carriers for Leptospira. The morbidity and the health impact associated with leptospirosis in livestock are expected to cause economic losses, but there are insufficient studies to properly quantify those costs.