Serovar Bravo

Bravo Bravo 1966

The strain was isolated in 1961 from the urine of a patient in the Panama Canal Zone and described as a new serovar named bravo, ref. strain Bravo, by Gale et al. (1966). The strain is included in the list of 1967 (WHO, 1967) as a recognized serovar.
* Gale N.B., Alexander A.D., Evans L.B., Yager R.H., Metheney R.A. An outbreak of leptospirosis among U.S. army troops in the Canal Zone. II. Isolation and characterization of the isolates. Amer. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 15, no. 1, 1966,64-70.
* WHO: Current Problems in Leptospirosis Research. Wld. Hlth. Org. Tech. Rep. Ser. No. 380, Geneva 1967, p.32.
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BravoF151 C11999-06-01:151-1.46400.50add to cart
BravoF151 C62001-01-10:151-6.300.50add to cart
BravoF151 C81998-01-14:151-8.4200.50add to cart
BravoF151 C132001-01-10:151-13.500.50add to cart
BravoF151 C201999-03-26:151-20.300.50add to cart
BravoF129 C21987-12-12:129-2.101.00inquire
BravoF129 C31988-05-15:129-3.302.00inquire
BravoF129 C41987-12-12:129-4.101.00inquire
BravoF129 C61987-12-02:129-6.102.00inquire
BravoF129 C71987-12-02:129-7.102.00add to cart
BravoF129 C201995-06-01:129-20.402.00inquire
BravoF129 C261987-12-13:129-26.101.00inquire
BravoF151 C11989-10-24:151-1.1102401.00inquire
BravoF151 C61989-11-02:151-6.101.00inquire
BravoF151 C201989-11-02:151-20.101.00inquire

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