Neutropic Infections With Special Reference to Equine Encephalomyelitis
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In many instances a given infectious disease common to one species has its counterpart in other host species. Some infections are host specific while others are not. In Table I it will be noted that human Pasteurellosis is the type representative of a number of similar infections in other species. In the case of Brucellosis, the three main types of Brucella organisms are capable of infecting at least five species of hosts.