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Listeria monocytogenes strains are classified in at least three distinct phylogenetic lineages. There are correlations between lineage classification and source of bacterial isolation; e.g., human(More)
Searches of the genome annotation of Listeria monocytogenes F2365, an isolate from the 1985 listeriosis epidemic in California, showed that this strain carries 20 authentic mutations resulting in(More)
Based on recent risk assessments, up to 83% of listeriosis cases from deli meat in the United States are predicted to be from ready-to-eat deli meats contaminated during processing at retail grocery(More)