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Differences in susceptibility to peroral inoculation with Bacillus piliformis spores in rats and mice



Differences in susceptibility to peroral inoculation with Bacillus piliformis spores in rats and mice



Jikken Dobutsu. Experimental Animals 39(3): 425-428



The median liver lesion producing doses of peroral inoculation with the spores of Tyzzer's organism RJ strain were 104.3 in rats and 102.7 in rats receiving prednisolone treatment for the provocation of Tyzzer's disease. In contrast to rats, liver lesions were detected in few mice inoculated perorally with 107 spores. In mice inoculated perorally with 107 spores, excretion of infective spores in the faeces was detected only on day 1 postinoculation.

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DOI: 10.1538/expanim1978.39.3_425


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