Bacteriocins reduce Campylobacter colonization and alter gut morphology in turkey poults.

@article{Cole2006BacteriocinsRC,
  title={Bacteriocins reduce Campylobacter colonization and alter gut morphology in turkey poults.},
  author={Kimberly Cole and Morgan B Farnell and Ann M. Donoghue and Norman J. Stern and Edward A Svetoch and B N Eruslanov and Larisa I Volodina and Yuri N. Kovalev and Vladimir V. Perelygin and E. V. Mitsevich and Irina P. Mitsevich and Vladimir P. Levchuk and Victor D. Pokhilenko and Valery N. Borzenkov and Olga E. Svetoch and T. Yu. Kudryavtseva and Ixchel Reyes-Herrera and Pam J. Blore and F Sol{\'i}s de Los Santos and Daniel J Donoghue},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={2006},
  volume={85 9},
  pages={
          1570-5
        }
}
Campylobacter is a leading cause of food-borne illness in the United States. Recent evidence has demonstrated that bacteriocins produced by Bacillus circulans and Paenibacillus polymyxa reduce cecal Campylobacter colonization in broiler chickens infected with Campylobacter jejuni. As Campylobacter coli is the most prevalent Campylobacter isolate recovered in turkeys, the objectives of the present study were to evaluate the efficacy of these bacteriocins against C. coli colonization and their… Expand
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