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Prevalence, genetic relationships and pathogenicity of intestinal spirochaetes infecting Australian poultry

  • Organisation Murdoch University

Prevalence, genetic relationships and pathogenicity of intestinal spirochaetes infecting Australian poultry

This research aimed to: determine whether fastidious anaerobic intestinal spirochaetal bacteria, or a similar bacteria, was present in Australia; to isolate and characterise this bacteria; and to test the pathogenic potential of the disease.

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This research aimed to: determine whether fastidious anaerobic intestinal spirochaetal bacteria, or a similar bacteria, was present in Australia; to isolate and characterise this bacteria; and to test the pathogenic potential of the disease.

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