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Investigation of the pathogenic role of Candida and Torulopsis isolated from cases of calf diarrhoea


, : Investigation of the pathogenic role of Candida and Torulopsis isolated from cases of calf diarrhoea. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 45(7): 399-403

Yeasts were isolated from 9.2% of the intestinal or faecal samples of 600 calves with diarrhoea. None of the calves had severe abomasal or intestinal lesions. In 75% of the yeast cases, enteric pathogens (K99+ E. coli, cryptosporidia, rota- or coronavirus) were also detected. Of the 59 isolates tested, 28 survived in the peritoneal cavity of mice and grew well at 42 degrees C.

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