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- HANSON, D. L.; LONERAGAN, G. H.; BROWN, T. R.; NISBET, D. J.; HUME, M. E.; EDRINGTON, T. S.
- Epidemiology and Infection 2016 v.144 no.5 pp. 962-967
- Salmonella enterica; calves; cattle diseases; cecum; colon; dairy cattle; dams (mothers); disease prevalence; disease transmission; feces; fetus; herds; liver; lymph nodes; neonates; parturition; rectum; small intestine; spleen; tissues
- ... We set out to investigate whether Salmonella enterica could be recovered from various tissues of viable neonatal calves immediately following parturition. Eleven samples were aseptically collected from each of 20 calves and consisted of both left and right subiliac and prescapular lymph nodes (LN), mesenteric LN, spleen and liver, as well as intestinal tissue (including luminal contents) from the ...
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