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Histological aspects of the modification of specific reactivity of guinea pigs fed with granulated concentrated feed contaminated with aflatoxigenic fungi of the genus Aspergillus



Histological aspects of the modification of specific reactivity of guinea pigs fed with granulated concentrated feed contaminated with aflatoxigenic fungi of the genus Aspergillus



Lucrarile simpozionului "Probleme actuale ale diagnosticului si profilaxiei in sistemul de crestere intensiva a animalelor", Bucuresti, 23-24 otombrie 1981: 163-167



Although guinea pigs given the feed showed no clinical effects, microscopic necrotic lesions appeared on internal organs.

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