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Comparison of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli and rotavirus infections of neonatal calves



Comparison of enteropathogenic Escherichia coli and rotavirus infections of neonatal calves



Proceedings Second International Symposium on Neonatal Diarrhea, Oct 3-5, 1978, University of Saskatchewan: 331-344



Calves were infected either with enteropathogenic E. coli or rotavirus, or a combination of E. coli and rotavirus. Mean faecal output 24 to 48 h after challenge with an enteropathogenic strain of E. coli was more than 1600 g, with a dry matter content of 5%. Calves challenged with rotavirus had a mean daily faecal output not exceeding 305 g and the mean dry matter content did not fall below 11.5%. The faecal output of dual infection resembled that of coli-challenged calves.

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