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Animal Health
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 6:16:28 PM
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Phenotypic characterisation of Enterococcus spp. from femoral head necrosis lesions of chickens
 
Kamil Tayfun Carli, Nevin Oktay and Seran Temelli
 
 
Enterococcus spp. can be encountered in different kinds of disease lesions in poultry, and can cause septicaemia and amyloid arthropathy (AA) in poultry. An experimental study has demonstrated that excessive consumption of vitamin A increased morbidity and severity of AA.

 

Poultry production is regarded as the most heavily medicated sector among animal husbandry where antibiotic resistant bacteria, including enterococci, can gradually emerge.

 
 

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