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Detection ratio of bacterial and viral pathogens of diarrhea from Korean indigenous goat feces in Gyeongbuk province
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Detection ratio of bacterial and viral pathogens of diarrhea from Korean indigenous goat feces in Gyeongbuk province
Sohn, Jun-Hyung; Do, Jae-Cheul; Cho, Gil-Jae;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to survey on infection status of pathogens of diarrhea from Korean indigenous goat. A total of 800 fecal samples was collected from 50 farms from January to October 2015 and was tested by automatic biochemical machine and polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The overall detection ratio of bacterial pathogens was 22.4% and viral pathogens was 16.3%, respectively. The detection ratio of Escherichia coli (E. coli), Salmonella spp., bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV), rotavirus and coronavirus were 21.5%, 0.9%, 7.6%, 5.6% and 3.0%, respectively. In the rates of mixed detection, single was 78.2%, double 8.4%, triple 11.6% and quadruple 1.8% in each sample and 38%, 12%, 16%, 20% in each farm, respectively.
 Keywords
Korean indigenous goat;Diarrhea;E. coli;BVDV;Rotavirus;
 Language
Korean
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