Bacterial diseases-black disease, Biology

Black disease


It is a fatal peracute disease caused by Clostridium novyi Type B. It is associated with liver damage caused by liver fluke. The onset of the disease is rapid followed by unsteady gait, collapse and death within few hours.

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