The effect of refined functional carbohydrates from enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast on the transmission of environmental Salmonella Senftenberg among broilers and proliferation in broiler housing

The effect of refined functional carbohydrates from enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast on the... 44 and 55 d was 48 broilers, which was the cause of the There were a total of 18 (not 16) out of the discrepancy. 48 control-fed broilers confirmed positive for cecal 3. Table 4 columns Salmonella from litter positive pens. An arithmeti- As indicated in the results text, 45.83% of broilers cal error was made when adding the number of from the 0 g/MT RFC treatment group were confirmed broilers confirmed ceca positive at 44 d (11 broil- as having Salmonella spp. presence in the ceca at 44 d. ers) and 55 d (7 broilers). These numbers were de- At 55 d, there was 29.17% prevalence in this treatment scribed correctly in the results text of the original group. The 44 d and 55 d columns were switched during article. table formatting. 2018 Poultry Science Association Inc. Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/ps/article-abstract/97/4/1469/4939131 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 22 March 2018 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Poultry Science Oxford University Press

The effect of refined functional carbohydrates from enzymatically hydrolyzed yeast on the transmission of environmental Salmonella Senftenberg among broilers and proliferation in broiler housing

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Oxford University Press
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© 2018 Poultry Science Association Inc.
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0032-5791
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1525-3171
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10.3382/ps/pey083
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44 and 55 d was 48 broilers, which was the cause of the There were a total of 18 (not 16) out of the discrepancy. 48 control-fed broilers confirmed positive for cecal 3. Table 4 columns Salmonella from litter positive pens. An arithmeti- As indicated in the results text, 45.83% of broilers cal error was made when adding the number of from the 0 g/MT RFC treatment group were confirmed broilers confirmed ceca positive at 44 d (11 broil- as having Salmonella spp. presence in the ceca at 44 d. ers) and 55 d (7 broilers). These numbers were de- At 55 d, there was 29.17% prevalence in this treatment scribed correctly in the results text of the original group. The 44 d and 55 d columns were switched during article. table formatting. 2018 Poultry Science Association Inc. Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/ps/article-abstract/97/4/1469/4939131 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 22 March 2018

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Poultry ScienceOxford University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2018

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