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472 Research paper
Case–control study of pathogens involved in piglet diarrhea by Ruiz, V.L.A., Bersano, J.G., Carvalho, A.F., Catroxo, M.H.B., Chiebao, D.P., Gregori, F., Miyashiro, S., Nassar, A.F.C., Oliveira, T.M.F.S., 2016 BMC Research Notes 9: 22
In Significant Impact Groups: Pathogen management \ Feed / gut health
Species targeted: Pigs;
Diarrhea in piglets can be caused by several pathogenic agents, including Campylobacter spp., Clostridium perfringens, Escherichia coli, Salmonella spp., group A rotavirus (RV-A), coronaviruses (transmissible gastroenteritis virus—TGEV; porcine epidemic diarrhea virus—PEDV), as well as by nematode and protozoan parasites. However, most studies have focused on a few or only one agent and consequently our understanding of the relative importance of pathogens and other factors may have strong biases.
Where to find the original material: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4710041/pdf/13104_2015_Article_1751.pdf