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Campylobacter in the slaughter pig. II. Contamination of totally condemned carcasses



Campylobacter in the slaughter pig. II. Contamination of totally condemned carcasses



Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 136(12): 873-878



Rectal faeces, liver, spleen and muscle of 30 totally condemned pig carcasses were cultured for Campylobacter. C. coli was isolated from faeces of 6, liver of 3, spleen of 2 and muscle of one, C. fetus from muscle of one, nalidixic acid-resistant thermophilic (NART) campylobacter from both liver and muscle of one, and unidentified campylobacters from liver of one and muscle of another; C. jejuni was not isolated.

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