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SUMMARY: Several mycoplasmas isolated from pigs and designated b strains were previously found to be different from and , and to comprise four distinct serotypes. In the present study three of these serotypes were identified as and , respectively. One serotype represented by mycoplasma B3 could not be identified. The isolation of avian serotypes from pigs is discussed in the light of host specificity of mycoplasmas.

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