Djasiman Djasiman 1939
The strain was isolated by Kotter in 1938 from an acutely ill native in the Military Hospital of Koetaradja, Atjeh, Sumatra, Indonesia. The isolate was typed by Schüffner and described by Kotter (1939) as a new serovar named djasiman. It appears first in the list of 1954 (Wolff and Broom, 1954) as also representing a new serogroup Djasiman. In the list of 1967 (WHO,1967) the serovar is listed in the Autumnalis group. In 1978 the serogroup Djasiman was reestablished by Dikken and Kmety (1978) containing the serovars djasiman, sentot, and gurungi. This rearrangement was accepted by the TSC (Manchester, 1986).
* Kotter G.F. Leptospirosis in Atjeh. Ned. Tijdschr. Geneesk. 83, 28, 1939, 3590-3594.
* Wolff J.W., Broom J.C. The Genus Leptospira Noguchi 1917, Problems of Classification and Suggested System Based on Antigenic Analysis.Doc. Med. Geogr. Trop. 6, 1954, 78-95.
* WHO: Current Problems in Leptospirosis Research. Wld. Hlth. Org. Tech. Rep. Ser. No. 380, Geneva 1967, p.32.
* Dikken H., Kmety E., Geus A. de, Adinarayanan N., Timmer V.E.A. Two new Leptospira serovars belonging to the Hebdomadis serogroup. Trop. Geogr. Med. 30, 4, 1978, 537-542.
* TSC meeting, 1986, Manchester: Minutes. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. 37, 1987, 472-473 .
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