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Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research
Piglet disease due to Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) are classical and associated typically with severe watery diarrhea within the first two weeks of life and occasionally some days after weaning in pigs. E.coli is a well-known and diverse organism though normally harmless commensal, but when it acquires mobile genetic elements becomes a highly pathogenic organism capable of causing a range of diseases. ETEC adhere to the small intestinal microvilli without inducing morphologicalfatcat:6pq2npcxpjdfjhtatr2czg4hiq