An investigation of the prevalence of the toxigenic types of Clostridium perfringens in horses with anterior enteritis: preliminary results.

Equine anterior enteritis is an acute syndrome with unknown aetiology, although salmonellosis and infection with Clostridium perfringens have both been suggested as potential causes. The main aim of this preliminary study was to compare the prevalence of toxigenic types of C. perfringens in clinically healthy horses and in horses with anterior enteritis… CONTINUE READING