Changes in the caecal microflora of chickens following Clostridium perfringens challenge to induce necrotic enteritis.

Abstract

Necrotic enteritis is a disease of considerable economic importance to the global poultry industry. Clostridium perfringens has long been recognised as the etiological agent of the disease. However, disease initiation and progression is complex and appears to be precipitated by a range of predisposing factors. The present study investigated microbial… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2012.03.032

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