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Campylobacter species isolated from swine with lesions of proliferative enteritis



Campylobacter species isolated from swine with lesions of proliferative enteritis



Nihon Juigaku Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science 47(2): 285-294



Campylobacter species were isolated from 93 (48.4%) out of 196 pigs in which proliferative enteritis was detected at an abattoir in Kagoshima City. Three species were identified as C. sputorum ssp. mucosalis (CSM), C. hyointestinalis (CHI) and C. coli (CCO) on the basis of biochemical characteristics. CSM was isolated from 51 specimens (54.9%), CHI from 23 specimens (24.7%) and CCO from seven (7.5%). From nine specimens (9.6%) CSM and CHI were isolated simultaneously.

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DOI: 10.1292/jvms1939.47.285


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