[infantile diarrheal diseases in madagascar: bacterial, parasitologic and viral study].from november 1988 to october 1989, an etiological study showed off the prevalence and the part of several enteropathogen agents which are not yet studied in madagascar. 1,523 stool's samples from 884 children with diarrhea and 639 children without diarrhea from 0 to 14 years old have been investigated. a bacterial, parasitical or viral etiology was found from 36.3% of diarrheic children and 11.2% of healthy children. the three agents the most frequently identified from children with diarrhea ar ...19902078082
prevalence and risk factors for campylobacter spp. in chicken broiler flocks in reunion island (indian ocean).our objectives were to determine campylobacter prevalence in broiler chicken flocks in reunion island and to define specific practices associated with the presence of campylobacter spp. infection in reunionese broiler flocks. fifty broiler flocks were studied in reunion island from may 2007 to february 2009. a questionnaire was submitted to the farmers and samples of fresh droppings were collected to assess the flock's campylobacter status. fifty four percent of the flocks were infected by campy ...201121511349
a study of campylobacter fetus subsp. jejuni strains isolated from the stools of diarrhoeic children in sri lanka.nine strains of campylobacter fetus subsp. jejuni were isolated from the stools of diarrhoeic children in colombo (sri lanka). the morphology of most of the strains was typical but three strains produced a spreading film of growth. no discrete domed colonies were seen. all were able to grow in a candle jar, and in a medium containing 1% glycine. all produced hydrogen sulphide. all were susceptible to ampicillin, carbenicillin, tetracycline, chloramphenicol, neomycin, erythromycin, gentamicin and ...19846464104
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