Table 2

IS1311 classification of Map strains.

Geographic origin

Host sp.

no. of isolates

no. of animals(%)

no. of herds/flocks(%)

IS1311 type


Spain

• Ar (19), As (9), BC (228), Can (22), CL (92), CM (2), Cat (9), Ex (1), Ga (13), Ma (4), Na (46)

Cattle

444

409 (100.0)

178 (100.0)

C

• Ar

Sheep

1

1 (3.7)

1 (6.67)

C

• An (1), Ar (2), BC (17), Na (5)

Sheep

26

26 (96.3)

14 (93.33)

S

• An (4), BC (3; 1 goat)

Goat

7

5 (26.32)

4 (36.36)

C

• An (11), CL (1), Ga (1), IB (1)

Goat

14

14 (73.68)

9 (81.82)

S

• CM

Deer

2

2 (100.0)

1 (100.0)

C

• CM

Wild boar

1

1 (100.0)

1 (100.0)

C

Argentina

--

Cattle

8

8 (100.0)

-

C

France

• Lys

Cattle

1

1 (100.0)

1 (100.0)

C

Portugal

• Trás-os-Montes

Sheep

3

3 (100.0)

2 (100.0)

S

India

• Mathura

Sheep

2

2 (100.0)

1 (100.0)

B

• Farah

Goat

8

8 (100.0)

1 (100.0)

B

USA

• Montana

Bison

3

3 (100.0)

1 (100.0)

B


Total

520

483


The 520 Map isolates from different host species classified as C (cattle), S (sheep) or B (bison) type according to IS1311 PCR-REA. Numbers of isolates from particular regions in Spain are specified in brackets following the region abbreviation. Abbreviations: An = Andalucía; Ar = Aragón; As = Asturias; BC = Basque Country; Can = Cantabria; Cat = Cataluña; CL = Castilla y León; CM = Castilla-La Mancha; Ex = Extremadura; Ga = Galicia; IB = Balearic Islands; Ma = Madrid; Na = Navarra.

Sevilla et al. BMC Microbiology 2007 7:18   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-7-18

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