Additional files supporting conclusions in manuscript on development of an experimental necrotic enteritis model in turkeys

Published: 18 February 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7mbcpywvpr.1
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Magne Kaldhusdal

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Manuscript title: Developing an experimental necrotic enteritis model in turkeys - the impact of Clostridium perfringens, Eimeria meleagrimitis and host age on frequency of severe intestinal lesions. Authors: Simon P. Hardy1+ (S.P.Hardy@brighton.ac.uk), Sylvie L. Benestad2+ (sylvie.benestad@vetinst.no), Inger Sofie Hamnes2 (inger.hamnes@vetinst.no), Torfinn Moldal2 (torfinn.moldal@vetinst.no), Bruce David3 (robert.bruce.david@nortura.no), John R. Barta4 (jbarta@uoguelph.ca), Jean-Michel Reperant5 (Jean-Michel.REPERANT@anses.fr), Magne Kaldhusdal2 * (magne.kaldhusdal@vetinst.no) Conclusions: This study represents a first and major step forward in the development of in vivo experimental models of necrotic enteritis in turkeys.

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Disease Modeling, Poultry, Clostridium, Enteritis

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