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Fig. 1 | Gut Pathogens

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From: Differences in host breed and diet influence colonization by Campylobacter jejuni and induction of local immune responses in chicken

Fig. 1

Immunohistochemical detection of T and B lymphocytes in caecum of 1-day-old birds. Immunohistochemical detection of CD4+ (a, b), CD8β+ (c, d) and Bu1+ (e, f) lymphocytes in caecal lamina propria of birds, which had been inoculated with either C. jejuni or C. jejuni-free medium at 1 day post hatch (Experiment 1). Broiler-type (BT) (a, c, e) and layer-type (LT) (b, d, f) birds, which were fed with either broiler feed (bf) or layer feed (lf). Asterisk letters indicate significant differences between C. jejuni-inoculated (C. jejuni) and C. jejuni-free control (con) groups at the indicated days post C. jejuni inoculation (n = 6/group, p < 0.05)

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