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Following the first isolation of Brucella ceti from a bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) fetus,1 several cases of B ceti infection were reported among free-ranging cetaceans worldwide.2 These included cases in the Mediterranean sea, where B ceti infection was first described in 2009.3
As with other Brucella genus members, B ceti displays a zoonotic capability4– prominent central nervous system (CNS) involvement in B ceti infection is commonly seen in striped dolphins (Stenella coeruleoalba) and in people,2, 5 but …
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