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Mycoplasmas were isolated from various sites of experimental and wild house musk shrews (Suncus murinus), The oral cavity was the most prominent site to harbor mycoplasmas (15/18; 83%), followed by the nasal cavity (9/18; 5000). All of the isolated strains required serum for their growth and all fermented glucose. They were found to be serologically homogeneous by growth inhibition test but did not cross-react with several type strains of mycoplasma or reference strains of murine, feline,doi:10.1538/expanim1978.37.3_339 fatcat:nxg4tkeo6vcg5lwftx25sq6faq