volume 19, issue 6, P436-437 1994
DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765x.1994.tb00975.x
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Abstract: Enterococcus faecalis was the most frequently occurring enterococcal species in caeca and cloacal swabs of chickens in Assam, India. In chickens less than 8 weeks of age Ent. faecium, Ent. durans and Ent. avium were also found, but infrequently. Enterococcus hirae, which is potentially pathogenic in chickens of less than 1 week of age, was found only in chickens of more than 8 weeks. Except for a higher frequency of Ent. faecalis, the composition of this flora was essentially the same as that in European tem…

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