Fluminense Aa 3 1981
The strain was isolated in 1970 from the kidney of a field mouse (Akodon arviculoides) trapped in the district of Seropedica, State of Rio de Janeiro by Cordeiro et al. (1981, a and b), who studied the strain and described it as a new serovar named fluminense, with reference strain Aa 3. Its serovar status has not yet been confirmed by a RL and it is consequently listed under "provisional" status (+) in the Revised List of 1988 (Kmety & Dikken, 1988), and in the attached updated list.
+ Provisional status; serovars validly described but not yet confirmed by serological typing results of a Reference (Ref.) Laboratory (Lab.) even as the original description was based on the typing results of a Ref. Lab.
* Cordeiro F., Sulzer C.R., Almeida Ramos A. de. Leptospira interrogans in several wildlive species in Southeast Brasil. Pesq. Vet. Bras. 1, 1, 1981a, 19-29.
* Cordeiro F., Sulzer C.R., Aimeida Ramos A. de. Two new leptospiral serovars in the Javanica group isolated in Brasil. Rev. Microbiol. (S. Paulo) 12, 2, 1981b, 55-60.
* Kmety E., Dikken H. Revised List of Leptospira Serovars (accepted by the Subcommittee on the Taxonomy of Leptospira). University Press Groningen, 1988, p. 16.
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