The Relationship between Microscopic Lesions and Different Types of Clostridium perfringens and their Related Toxins by Sandwich ELISA inCattle

@inproceedings{Sasani2013TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Microscopic Lesions and Different Types of Clostridium perfringens and their Related Toxins by Sandwich ELISA inCattle},
  author={Farhang Sasani and Havva Marzban and Javad Javanbakht and Farhad Moosakhani and Mahsa Imanparast},
  year={2013}
}
Obviously, one of the most important causes of Enterotoxaemia in domestic animals is Clostridium perfringens. In present study, C. perfringens type A (56.66%), type D (26.66%) and type B (16.66%) were respectively the most abundant bacteria in intestinal samples of 30 cattle and calves with enterotoxaemia. The incidence of α, β and e toxins in extracted intestinal contents, by Sandwich ELISA method, were determined 89/98%, 99/19% and 33.33% respectively. Histopathologic examination of different… CONTINUE READING

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