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Clostridial septicemia complicating the course of leukemia.
Penicillin G is used to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections, including pneumococcal infections, streptococcal infections, staphylococcal infections, diphtheria, meningitis, clostridial infections and anthrax.
This process was positively correlated with pH increase; water activity; filamentous fungi, yeast and clostridial spores count; and negatively correlated with the presence of lactic and acetic acid, and nitrate concentration.
3]-N in grass material was reduced to nitrite-N or nitric oxide in the early stage of ensiling, and these nitrogenous compounds inhibit clostridial activity in the silo (Spoelstra, 1983).
9-way Clostridial Vaccine, includes a vaccine for Tetanus.
The high WSC content of the herbage facilitated acceptable lactic acid fermentation, leading to a low pH level in the silage, inhibiting Clostridial activity.
Type III Infections: Clostridial myonecrosis is the prototypical Type III infection.
Although immunosuppressive viruses often have been associated with susceptibility to gangrenous dermatitis (cellulitis), we hypothesize that production stressors alone also can undermine resistance to opportunistic pathogens by increasing bacterial translocation from the intestine and disrupting the skin's antimicrobial barrier, resulting in subcutaneous lesions referred to as cellulitis and recently named turkey clostridial dermatitis (CD).
Evaluation in vitro of the Leukocyte Response of Alpacas (Vicugna pacos) in Presence of Clostridial Antigens
DISEASES caused by bacteria of the clostridial group are common in all species.