Mouldy feed, mycotoxins and Shiga toxin - producing Escherichia coli colonization associated with Jejunal Hemorrhage Syndrome in beef cattle

@inproceedings{Baines2011MouldyFM,
  title={Mouldy feed, mycotoxins and Shiga toxin - producing Escherichia coli colonization associated with Jejunal Hemorrhage Syndrome in beef cattle},
  author={Danica D S Baines and Stephanie Erb and Kelly Turkington and Gretchen A. Kuldau and Jean H Juba and Luke Masson and Alberto Mazza and Ray Roberts},
  booktitle={BMC veterinary research},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Both O157 and non-O157 Shiga toxin - producing Escherichia coli (STECs) cause serious human disease outbreaks through the consumption of contaminated foods. Cattle are considered the main reservoir but it is unclear how STECs affect mature animals. Neonatal calves are the susceptible age class for STEC infections causing severe enteritis. In an earlier study, we determined that mycotoxins and STECs were part of the disease complex for dairy cattle with Jejunal Hemorrhage Syndrome… CONTINUE READING
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