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Campylobacter sputorum subsp mucosalis and Campylobacter hyointestinalis infections in the intestine of gnotobiotic pigs



Campylobacter sputorum subsp mucosalis and Campylobacter hyointestinalis infections in the intestine of gnotobiotic pigs



American Journal of Veterinary Research 46(10): 2152-2156



At 4 days of age, 7 gnotobiotic pigs were orally inoculated with broth cultures of both Campylobacter sputorum ssp. mucosalis (CSM) and Campylobacter hyointestinalis (CH). One pig was killed and evaluated each week for 7 weeks. Forty-eight hours after inoculation, CH and CSM were recovered from the feces of the pigs; thereafter, only CH was recovered. Organisms morphologically typical of Campylobacter sp were observed on the mucosal surface and on the crypt epithelial cells of the ileum, cecum, and colon from post-inoculation weeks (PIW) 2 through 7. Bacteria were clustered around the surface opening of goblet cells in pigs at PIW 6 and 7. Crypt epithelial cell proliferation and intracellular bacteria were not seen, except in 1 pig (killed at PIW 7) in which intracellular bacteria were seen only in the cecum. Therefore, CSM and CH did not induce porcine proliferative enteritis in gnotobiotic pigs.

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