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In vitro adhesion of K88 positive Escherichia coli to intestinal villi of just-weaned piglets

In vitro adhesion of K88 positive Escherichia coli to intestinal villi of just-weaned piglets

New developments in biosciences: their implications for laboratory animal science: proceedings of the Third Symposium Amsterdam The Nethrlands 1-5 June 1987 edited by Anton C Beyneen and Henk A Solleveld: 397

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