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Volume 10, Number 8—August 2004

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Flies and Campylobacter Infection of Broiler Flocks

Birthe Hald*Comments to Author , Henrik Skovgård†, Dang Duong Bang*, Karl Pedersen*, Jens Dybdahl‡, Jørgen B. Jespersen†, and Mogens Madsen*
Author affiliations: *Danish Institute for Food and Veterinary Research, Århus, Denmark; †Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Lyngby, Denmark; ‡DACS A/S, Nr. Snede, Denmark

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Figure 1

Campylobacter-infected flies captured around a broiler house in Denmark. Flies are grouped according to species. Campylobacter-positive and -negative by A, Campylobacter bacteriologic culture, and B, nested polymerase chain reaction.

Figure 1Campylobacter-infected flies captured around a broiler house in Denmark. Flies are grouped according to species. Campylobacter-positive and -negative by A, Campylobacter bacteriologic culture, and B, nested polymerase chain reaction.

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