2015
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Abstract: ABSTRACT.-Trindade M.M., Perdoncini G., Sierra-Arguello Y.M., Lovato M., Borsoi A. & Nascimento V.P. 2015. [Detection of the genes encoding the toxin CDT, and research factors which influence the production of hemolysin in Campylobacter jejuni from poultry products.] Detecção dos genes codificantes da toxina CDT, e pesquisa de fatores que influenciam na produção de hemolisinas em amostras de Campylobacter jejuni de origem avícola. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira 35(8):709-715. Laboratório Central de Diagnós-ti… Show more

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“…These bacteria colonize the gut of a wide range of hosts, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks and pigs as a commensal. Notwithstanding, C. jejuni emerged as the major bacterial cause of foodborne diseases in several industrialized countries [22][23][24].…”
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“…These bacteria colonize the gut of a wide range of hosts, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks and pigs as a commensal. Notwithstanding, C. jejuni emerged as the major bacterial cause of foodborne diseases in several industrialized countries [22][23][24].…”
Section: Review Articlementioning