Slaughter pigs are commonly infected by closely related but distinct gastric ulcerative lesion-inducing gastrospirilla.

@article{Roosendaal2000SlaughterPA,
  title={Slaughter pigs are commonly infected by closely related but distinct gastric ulcerative lesion-inducing gastrospirilla.},
  author={Robert Roosendaal and Jan H Vos and Thijs Roumen and Raoul van Vugt and Giovanni Cattoli and A. Bart and H. L. B. M. Klaasen and Ernst J Kuipers and Christina M. J. E. Vandenbroucke-Grauls and Johannes G Kusters},
  journal={Journal of clinical microbiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={38 7},
  pages={2661-4}
}
An association between (unculturable) gastrospirillum-like organisms (GLO) and ulcerative lesions in the pars oesophagea in stomachs of swine has been claimed. In dogs GLO detected by microscopy may represent several Helicobacter species or subspecies. Therefore we investigated which Helicobacter spp. are present in stomachs of swine and their possible association with ulcerative lesions of the pars oesophagea. The presence of Helicobacter spp. in the antrum and pars oesophagea in 122 stomachs… CONTINUE READING

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