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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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