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isolation of newcastle disease virus and salmonella typhimurium from the brain of double-crested cormorants (phalacrocorax auritus).avian paramyxovirus type 1 (newcastle disease virus) and salmonella typhimurium were isolated from the brain and lung tissues of double-crested cormorants (phalacrocorax auritus) from lac canard, alberta, canada. more than 100 birds died during this outbreak in 1999. affected birds presented signs of central nervous system disease characterized by unilateral wing and leg paralysis. other geographic locations in the provinces of alberta and saskatchewan have reported cases of cormorants suffering ...200111332490
incidence of salmonella contamination in broiler chickens in saskatchewan.the incidence of salmonella contamination in ten saskatchewan broiler flocks varying in size from 6 200 to 14 000 was investigated from february, 1977 to april, 1979. prior to the initial chick placement, brooding equipment, feed, water and fresh litter samples were found to be free of salmonellae. samples obtained from the clean and disinfected processing plant equipment before the commencement of daily operation were negative except the isolation for salmonella anatum from the fingers of the d ...19836831304
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