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Record number 429294
Title Acidification of drinking water inhibits indirect transmission, but not direct transmission of Campylobacter between broilers
Author(s) Bunnik, B.A.D. van; Katsma, W.E.A.; Wagenaar, J.A.; Jacobs-Reitsma, W.F.; Jong, M.C.M. de
Source Preventive Veterinary Medicine 105 (2012)4. - ISSN 0167-5877 - p. 315 - 319.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.prevetmed.2012.03.007
Department(s) Quantitative Veterinary Epidemiology
CVI - Division Virology
ID - Infectieziekten
RIKILT - V&G Microbiologie & Novel Foods
WIAS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) swine-fever virus - reduces susceptibility - salmonella-enteritidis - feed - jejuni - chickens - risk
Abstract In this study the effect of acidification of the drinking water of broiler chickens on both direct and indirect transmission of Campylobacter was evaluated. In the direct transmission experiment both susceptible and inoculated animals were housed together. In the indirect transmission experiment the susceptible animals were spatially separated from the inoculated animals and no direct animal to animal contact was possible. The transmission parameter ß was estimated for the groups supplied with acidified drinking water and for the control groups. The results showed that acidification of the drinking water had no effect on direct transmission (ß=3.7 day(-1) for both control and treatment). Indirect transmission however was influenced by acidification of the drinking water. A significant decrease in transmission was observed (p
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