Ultrastructural changes in the intestines of turkey poults and embryos affected with transmissible enteritis.

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Transmissible enteritis is a turkey disease of viral aetiology. The disease has been described in the United States and Canada, and a similar clinical syndrome has been observed in Australia. Histological changes in the intestine have been described (Adams, Ball and Hofstad, 1970), including shortened microvilli, slight oedema, a decrease in argentafhn… (More)

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@article{Adams1972UltrastructuralCI, title={Ultrastructural changes in the intestines of turkey poults and embryos affected with transmissible enteritis.}, author={Nancy R. Adams and Rick Ball and Christine L Annis and Morten Hofstad}, journal={Journal of comparative pathology}, year={1972}, volume={82 2}, pages={187-92} }