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Hepatic lesions in experimental Campylobacter jejuni infection of mice



Hepatic lesions in experimental Campylobacter jejuni infection of mice



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



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

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Accession: 001607478

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PMID: 3625168

DOI: 10.1099/00221287-132-11-3095



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