[Importance of respiratory route in experimental salmonellosis in Balb/c mice].

@article{Ivanoff1979ImportanceOR,
  title={[Importance of respiratory route in experimental salmonellosis in Balb/c mice].},
  author={Bernard Ivanoff and J C Cordel and Dominique Robert and Robert Fontanges},
  journal={Comptes rendus des seances de l'Academie des sciences. Serie D, Sciences naturelles},
  year={1979},
  volume={289 16},
  pages={1271-4}
}
Infection of Mice with S. typhimurium, was conducted by respiratory, oral and peritoneal routes. The results obtained showed that infection occurred more quickly by i. p. than by other routes. However i. n. inoculation is the more efficient concerning Bacteria concentration per Mousse to obtain the DL 100. A study of Salmonella growth in vivo was conducted in lungs, spleen, liver and blood. The results are discussed in relation to the calf respiratory Salmonellosis actually observed.