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abortus

 [ah-bor´tus]
a dead fetus or one that is nonviable (defined as one weighing less than 500 g at birth).

a·bor·tus

(ă-bōr'tŭs), The plural of abortus is abortus, not aborti or aborta. There is no such word as aborta meaning 'a woman who has had an abortion'.
Any product (or all products) of an abortion.
[L.]

a·bor·tus

(ă-bōr'tŭs)
1. An aborted embryo or fetus and membranes.
2. Any product (or all products) of an abortion.
[L.]
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abortus biovar-1 was detected in 86% blood samples and 64% milk samples of goats by PCR assay (Leal-Klevezas et al., 2000).
The direct fluorescent antibody test for detection of Brucella abortus in bovine abortion material.
-AB lymphocyte mitogen is a Brucella abortus virulence factor required for persistent infection.
Seroprevalence of Brucella abortus in buffaloes and wildebeests in the Serengeti ecosystem: A threat to humans and domestic ruminants.
Molecular characterization of Brucella abortus isolates carried out in our study showed the presence of BCSP-31 gene which is a protein that frequently elicits an immune response during infection as reported by Pugh et al.,1989 and is a significant tool in manufacturing marker vaccine that make it possible to distinguish between vaccinated and infected animals.
abortus soluble antigen (BASA) which prepared from live cells of strain [RB.sub.51] that were suspended in PBS and autoclaved to extract BASA.
Dissemination and genetic diversity of chlamydial agents in Polish wildfowl: Isolation and molecular characterisation of avian Chlamydia abortus strains.
The efcacy of haematologic parameters in the diagnosis of missed abortus. Eur J Ther 2018; 24: 17-21
Cassataro, "Vaccination with Brucella recombinant DnaK and SurA proteins induces protection against Brucella abortus infection in BALB/c mice," Vaccine, vol.
Brucella abortus has been identified by a real-time PCR assay directly from clinical specimens [15-17].
Both animals lived on a dairy farm with recurrent cases of abortion and mastitis due to Brucella (B.) abortus biovar (bv) 1 infections [7].