Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1989;29(4):487-492.
Capsular serogrouping and antimicrobial drug susceptibility of Pasteurella multocida isolated from Youngnam swine herds
Gil-jae Cho, Bong-hwan Kim, Ryun-bin Tak
College of Veterinary Medicine, Kyungpook National University
영남지방 돼지에서 분리한 Pasteurella multocida의 협막혈청형 및 항균제 감수성 조사
조길재, 김봉환, 탁연빈
경북대학교 수의과대학
The capsular serogroupes and drug susceptibility of 111 isolates of Pasteurella multocida from pigs with atrophic rhinitis and pneumonic lesions were investigated. Of the 111 P multocida isolates, 42 were from lung lesions, 47 from nasal turbinate lesions and the remaining 22 from the nasal swabs. P multocida isolates were typed for capsular serogroupes A by hyaluronidase inhibition of capsule and D by acriflavine auto-agglutination. Most isolates(64.9%) were type A, 23.4% were type D and the remaining 11.7% were untypable. Resistance to triple sulfa(97.3%) was most frequent, followed by resistance to tiamulin(71.2%), tylosin(56.8%), streptomycin(36.9%), and neomycin(36.0%). The majority of the organisms were susceptible in order of prevalence to baytril(100%), ampicillin(98.2%), linsmycin(97.3%), colistin(97.3%), cephalothin(94.6%), gentamicin(93.7%), amikacin(92.3%), tetracycline(91.9%), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole(91.0%), and kanamycin(90.1%). No differences in drug resistance in relation to capsular serogroupes of P multocida and the origin of lesions were noted. A high prevalence of multiple drug resistance was observed and the most common resistant patterns were Sss, Tm, Ty(12.6%) and Sm, Sss, Tm, Ty(8.1%) patterns.
Key Words: Pasteurella multocida, capsular serogroup, drug susceptibility, atrophic rhinitis, pneumonic pasteurellosis

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