Mujunkumi Yezsh 237 1971
The strain was isolated in 1966 from the kidney of a long-eared hedgehog (Hemiechinus auritus) in South Kazakhastan-Soviet Union and described by Chernukha et al. (1971) as a new serovar named mujunkumi, closely related to the serovar Erinaceiauriti.
Because its serological status was confirmed after the Manchester meeting, it was included in the Revised List (1988) with an (o). As it has now been accepted by the TSC, Osaka (1990), it is included in the attached updated list unconditionally with the corrected transcription of the original Russian strain name Yezsh.
* Chernukha Yu.G., Kokovin I.L., KhabirovaG.Z. Etiologicheskaya struktura leptospirozov v SSSR. (Etiological structure of the leptospirosis in the U.S.S.R.). Leptospiraes Proc. of the All-Union Sc. conf. on leptospirosis in man and animal. Kazan 1971, 63-66.
* Kmety E., Dikken H. Revised List of Leptospira Serovars (accepted by the Subcommittee on the Taxonomy of Leptospira). University Press Groningen, 1988, p. 16.
* TSC meeting, 1990, Osaka: Minutes. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol. 42, 1992, 330-334.
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