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Volume 12, Number 5—May 2006

Dispatch

The Trojan Chicken Study, Minnesota

Sandra R. Olson*†Comments to Author  and Gregory C. Gray*
Author affiliations: *University of Iowa College of Public Health, Iowa City, Iowa, USA; †University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

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A) UV light box for screening hands for evidence of contamination with fluorescent dye; B) example of fluorescence on contaminated hands; C) stacked poultry in cages at a county fair; D) poultry judge moved from cage to cage, handling each bird and passing bird to exhibitor.

Figure. A) UV light box for screening hands for evidence of contamination with fluorescent dye; B) example of fluorescence on contaminated hands; C) stacked poultry in cages at a county fair; D) poultry judge moved from cage to cage, handling each bird and passing bird to exhibitor.

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