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Vet's Perspective

Oct 18, 2013

Jejunal hemorrhagic syndrome

Bacteria proliferate rapidly within the intestinal tract and invade the wall or mucosa of the intestine. This process, along with alpha toxin production, contributes to the putrefaction process after the affected animal dies. The alpha toxin targets animal cell membranes and is a necessary factor for C.

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