Chronic shedding of Campylobacter species in beef cattle.

@article{Inglis2004ChronicSO,
  title={Chronic shedding of Campylobacter species in beef cattle.},
  author={G Douglas Inglis and Lisa D. Kalischuk and Hilma W Busz},
  journal={Journal of applied microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={97 2},
  pages={410-20}
}
AIMS To determine the prevalence of chronic shedding of Campylobacter species by beef cattle, a longitudinal study of shedding patterns was conducted in a cohort of 60 beef steers over a 4-month period. METHODS AND RESULTS Steers were maintained in a simulated feedlot setting but individually in pens to minimize transmission among animals. At each collection time, campylobacters in faeces were detected using conventional PCR. In addition, quantities of Campylobacter jejuni and C. lanienae in… CONTINUE READING

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