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Abstract

Faecal samples were obtained from 84 calves aged 2-10 days with diarrhoea. Four yielded Escherichia coli K99, 33 yielded rotavirus and 16 yielded cryptosporidia. Eight yielded cryptosporidia alone. All the calves yielding cryptosporidia were aged 8-10 days.

Author(s)
Nicolas, J. A.; Dubost, G.; Gayaud, C.; Noel, F.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1984, 16, 82, pp 72-73