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Hepatic lesions in experimental Campylobacter jejuni infection of mice






Journal of General Microbiology 132(11): 3095-3103

Hepatic lesions in experimental Campylobacter jejuni infection of mice

Oral inoculation of Campylobacter jejuni in mice can induce hapatitis characterized by parenchymal focal infiltrative necrosis in the absence of diarrhoea.


Accession: 001607478

PMID: 3625168

DOI: 10.1099/00221287-132-11-3095



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