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Emerging clostridial disease targets calves

Aug 22, 2008
Emerging clostridial disease targets calves Clostridium perfringens "There are as many questions about this disease syndrome as there are answers," says David Van Metre, DVM, College of Veterinary Sciences, Colorado State University (CSU). "It’s a multifactorial disease. No one has found the complete set of factors that cause it." C. perfringens Type A is the most commonly isolated infectious agent in abomasitis cases, according to Van Metre, who presented to at...

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