In vitro adherence and invasion of primary chicken oviduct epithelial cells by Gallibacterium anatis.

@article{Zhang2017InVA,
  title={In vitro adherence and invasion of primary chicken oviduct epithelial cells by Gallibacterium anatis.},
  author={Xiu-Ping Zhang and Cai-Jing Lu and Yong-tao Li and Xia Yang and Xin-wei Wang and Hong-tao Chang and Hong-ying Liu and Lu Chen and Jun Zhao and Chuan-qing Wang and Yung-Fu Chang},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={203},
  pages={136-142}
}
Gallibacterium anatis (G. anatis) has been suggested to have a causal role in salpingitis and peritonitis in egg-laying chickens, leading to decreased egg production and increased mortality worldwide. Adherence and invasion of epithelial cells are thought to play a role in the pathogenesis of G. anatis infection. The purpose of this article was to study… CONTINUE READING