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Experimental combined infection of just-weaned piglets with transmissible gastroenteritis virus and enterotoxigenic E. coli



Experimental combined infection of just-weaned piglets with transmissible gastroenteritis virus and enterotoxigenic E. coli



IRCS Medical Science: Experimental Animals 14(9/10): 934-935



Combined experimental infection, after prior oral administration of chloramphenicol, produced severer diarrhoea and higher mortality in recently weaned piglets aged 3-4 weeks than chloramphenicol followed by Escherichia coli infection alone. Electron microscopical findings indicated a combination of severe malabsorption due to TGE virus and hypersecretion due to enteropathogenic E. coli.

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