Isolation of Campylobacter from Eggs and Organs of Naturally Contaminated Laying Hens Housed in Battery Cages and Aviaries

  • W. F. Jacobs-Reitsma


Campylobacter has been recognized as a major cause of human enteritis. Foods of animal origin may serve as vehicles of infection. In many reports, an association has been made between campylobacteriosis and consumption of raw or undercooked poultry meat3,9.


Reproductive Tract Sterile Swab Consumer Quality Battery Cage Isolation Pattern 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. F. Jacobs-Reitsma
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  1. 1.ID-DLO Institute for Animal Science and HealthLelystadThe Netherlands

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