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An Outbreak of Food Poisoning due to Salmonella bovis morbificans (Basenau) in which the Vehicle of Infection was Meat Pies.

@inproceedings{Miller1955AnOO,
  title={An Outbreak of Food Poisoning due to Salmonella bovis morbificans (Basenau) in which the Vehicle of Infection was Meat Pies.},
  author={A. Austin Miller and C. Grant Nicol and F. Ramsden},
  year={1955}
}
Studies on the influence of infecting dose on the severity of disease.
TLDR
No evidence of a dose-severity relationship is found for typhoid, whereas there is some evidence for such a relationship for the food-poisoning salmonellae, and the implications for the pathogenesis of malaria and for natural malaria are discussed.
The relationship between infecting dose and severity of disease in reported outbreaks of salmonella infections
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