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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 5/11/2018

Necrotic enteritis

Clostridium perfringens, causante de la enteritis necrĂłtica, es un microorganismo telĂşrico que se introduce en la cadena alimentaria avĂ­cola, favorecido por el elevado contenido proteico de los piensos y algunas materias primas, asĂ­ como por su...


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Veterinaria Digital - 12/09/2018

Avian clostridiosis

Clostridium perfringens es un microorganismo de origen telúrico que se introduce con facilidad en la cadena alimentaria. Prolifera en alimentos ricos en proteína o en alimentos con un porcentaje elevado de proteína no digestible y actúa ocasionando...


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Veterinaria Digital - 15/08/2018

Friable liver caused by bacterial toxins

The presence of lesions caused by Clostridium in the intestine has a systemic deferred pathological effect. Until now, Clostridium perfringens type A and its systemic toxic effect were considered to be caused by alpha toxin. Despite this, generalized...


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Technonews VD - 16/07/2018

Effect of a natural preservative (cimenol ring) on Clostridium perfringens, in vitro

The aim of the trial, carried out at the Minnesota University (USA) in 2018, was to determine if natural preservative (cimenol ring) at different concentrations (1000, 700, 400 and 200 ppm) could inactivate Clostridium perfringens after contact times of...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 2/04/2018

Porcine necrotic enteritis

Necrotic enteritis or clostridiosis is caused by the growth of Clostridium perfringens in the intestine. This microorganism has a telluric origin, though it can also come through feed due to its heat resistant spores.


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Veterinaria Digital - 25/03/2018

Avian clostridiosis

The transit area between the glandular stomach and the gizzard tends to form accumulations of matted feed that create an anaerobic area under it. In this anatomical area, feed hasn’t been digested. Both conditions (undigested feed and anaerobiosis)...


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