Kenya Njenga 1981
The strain was isolated in April 1968 by Njenga from a pouched rat (Saccostomys campestris) in the Lambwe Valley, Nyanza Province, Kenya, and described by Dikken et al. (1981) as a new serovar named kenya. They considered the strain to represent a new serogroup named Kenya. However, being the only member of that group and having certain affinities to members of the Ballum group, the strain has been provisionally attached to this group.
* Dikken H., Timmer V.E.A., Njenga R. Three new leptospiral serovars from Kenya. Trop. Geogr. Med. 33, 4, 1981, 343-346.
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