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Adhesion in vitro of Escherichia coli type K88 to intestinal villi from newly-weaned piglets of a Belgian pig herd



Adhesion in vitro of Escherichia coli type K88 to intestinal villi from newly-weaned piglets of a Belgian pig herd



Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift 57(2): 90-96



Portions of small intestine were obtained from 140 piglets 4-5 weeks old, the offspring of 43 sows. Types K88ab, K88ac and K88ad of E. coli adhered to the villi of 80.7% of the piglets, while no adhesion occurred in 3.6%.

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