serovar


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se·ro·var

(sē'rō-var),
A subdivision of a species or subspecies distinguishable from other strains therein on the basis of antigenicity.
Synonym(s): serotype
[sero- + variant]

serovar

(sîr′ō-vär′, -vâr′, sĕr′-)
n.

se·ro·var

(sēr'ō-vahr)
A subdivision of a species or subspecies distinguishable from other strains therein on the basis of antigenic character.
Synonym(s): serotype.

serovar

(ser'o-var?) [ serological variation]
Variants within a species defined by variation in serological reactions.
See: biovar; morphovar
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Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the presence and serovar identity of Salmonella at the national level in farmed Muscovy ducks in Trinidad and Tobago, and to compare the relative benefits of bacterial culture and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for use in the routine detection and surveillance of Salmonella in these ducks.
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enterica serovar Typhimurium colonies were identified as per the protocol (6) and were serologically confirmed using commercially-available antisera from Denka Seikan (Japan).
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8%, correspondiendo exclusivamente al serovar icterohaemorrhagiae, en tanto que la prevalencia en el establo de la sierra fue de 12.
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enterica subspecies enterica serovar enteritidis on the basis of biochemical reactions and further confirmed by agglutination test with specific antisera.
The close genetic cluster included isolates of both serovar Typhimurium and monophasic variants, with the monophasic variants being most prevalent.
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