Typing of isolates of Clostridium perfringens from healthy and diseased sheep by multiplex PCR

@inproceedings{Kalender2004TypingOI,
  title={Typing of isolates of Clostridium perfringens from healthy and diseased sheep by multiplex PCR},
  author={Hakan Kalender and Hasan Ertas and Burhan Çetinkaya and Adile Muz and Nur Arslan and Abdullah Kılıç},
  year={2004}
}
In this study, C. perfringens strains isolated from healthy and diseased sheep were analysed by multiplex PCR in order to to detect the presence of the alpha, beta, epsilon, iota and enterotoxin genes. C. perfringens was isolated from 52 of 104 sheep with enterotoxemia signs and from 61 of 194 clinically healthy sheep. Genotyping of 52 strains from diseased sheep indicated that 33 (64%) were type A, 11 (21%) type D and 8 (15%) type C. Of 61 strains from healthy sheep, 58 (95%) were type A and 3… CONTINUE READING

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