Haemophilus parasuis


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Haemophilus parasuis

[hē‚mäf·ə·ləs ‚par·ə′sü·is]
(microbiology)
A bacterial pathogen that frequently inhabits the normal upper respiratory tract, can cause secondary pneumonias and, in young or otherwise susceptible animals, generalized illness with arthritis, meningitis, pleuritis, and peritonitis.
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A pig-specific bacterial disease caused by Haemophilus parasuis is the focus of this study.
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