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Necrotic enteritis

Necrotic enteritis

Veterinaria Digital

| 05 NOV 2018 - 00:00

Clostridium perfringens, responsible for necrotic enteritis, is a telluric microorganisms that enters the poultry food chain favoured by the presence of high protein content in feed and some raw materials, and also by its capacity to sporulate, which makes it resistant to high temperatures of...

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Necrosis by trichothecenes

Necrosis by trichothecenes

Veterinaria Digital

| 22 OCT 2018 - 00:00

Trichotheces belong to the sesquiterpenes mycototoxin group. They cause burns of a different severity when are in contact with mucosae, depending on their concentration in feed: hyperemia, local haemorrhages, erosions, mucosal defoliation and ulcers. 

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