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Gross and microscopic pathology caused by an atypical strain of Pasteurella gallinarum (Fresno strain) was compared in chickens with that caused by the American Type Culture Collection type strain. Ten 21-day-old broiler chickens were inoculated intranasally with 10 7 colony forming units or intramuscularly with 10 5 colony forming units of either strain. The birds were killed 7 days later, and gross and microscopic lesions were studied. Grossly, there was extensive white discoloration ofdoi:10.1080/03079450220141688 pmid:12396342 fatcat:csidwvvu5baelcsctbiu3fgcvy