Mycobacterium avium infections in animals. Literature review.

  title={Mycobacterium avium infections in animals. Literature review.},
  author={Maria Francesca Thorel and Hans Huchzermeyer and Reinhardt Weiss and J. J. H. Fontaine},
  journal={Veterinary research},
  volume={28 5},
Mycobacterium avium causes tuberculosis in chickens and other fowls but can also infect an extensive range of different animal species. The authors reviewed the available literature on this organism to show the importance of M avium infection. 
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