Serovar Lora

Lora Lora 1942

The strain was isolated in 1941 from a patient in Italy by Mino (1942), who indicated its serological relationship with type "Australis B", but no names were mentioned. The strain was submitted to factor analysis by Kmety (1960) and found to represent a separate serovar. The serovar name lora was proposed. It appeared already in the list of 1965 (WHO, 1965) under provisional status. In the list of 1967 (WHO, 1967) it is quoted as a recognized serovar. In Dikken and Kmety's publication (1978) it is placed in the subgroup Australis.
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* Mino P. Zur Epidemiologie der Leptospirosen. Klin. Wschr. 21, 15, 1942, 337-342.
* WHO: Classification on Leptospires and Recent Advances in Leptospirosis. Bull. Wld. Hlth. Org. 32, 5, 1965, 881-891.
* WHO: Current Problems in Leptospirosis Research. Wld. Hlth. Org. Tech. Rep. Ser. No. 380, Geneva 1967, p.32.
* Dikken H., Kmety E. Serological Typing Methods of Leptospires. Methods in Microbiol. vol. 11, 1978, 260-295
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LoraF81 C32001-01-10:81-3.300.50add to cart
LoraF81 C52001-01-10:81-5.41600.50add to cart
LoraF81 C61997-10-28:81-6.400.50add to cart
LoraF90 C41999-03-26:90-4.500.50add to cart
LoraF90 C52000-01-27:90-5.600.50add to cart
LoraF90 C81998-11-30:90-8.4204800.50add to cart
LoraF90 C122000-01-27:90-12.400.50inquire
LoraF90 C61997-01-01:90-6.451200.50inquire
LoraF132 C71988-02-08:132-7.102.00add to cart
LoraF81 C12000-01-27:81-1.700.50inquire
LoraF132 C21988-02-02:132-2.102.00add to cart

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