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Abstract

SUMMARY

From patients in Nigeria with acute gastroenteritis, strains of were isolated from 14 (1.3%) of 1082 specimens of faeces examined specifically for yersiniae by direct plating and after cold enrichment. Clinical significance was ascribed to six isolates of (serotypes 03, 05,27 and 09) but not to seven isolates of or one isolate of .

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