Campylobacter spp.--a significant microbiological hazard in food. II. Lesions and infection development, pathogenic mechanisms and complications.

Abstract

Infections with Campylobacter spp. occur as a result of consumption of live cells with food. In developing countries those infections are immensely common, particularly during early childhood and 5 to 10 cases can appear during the initial two years of life. The symptoms appear usually after 1-7 days from infection depending on the number of ingested cells… (More)

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@article{Wysok2009CampylobacterSS, title={Campylobacter spp.--a significant microbiological hazard in food. II. Lesions and infection development, pathogenic mechanisms and complications.}, author={B. Wysok and J Uradziński}, journal={Polish journal of veterinary sciences}, year={2009}, volume={12 2}, pages={285-91} }