Distribution, diversity, and seasonality of waterborne salmonellae in a rural watershed.

@article{Haley2009DistributionDA,
  title={Distribution, diversity, and seasonality of waterborne salmonellae in a rural watershed.},
  author={Bradd J Haley and Dana J Cole and Erin K Lipp},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={75 5},
  pages={1248-55}
}
Salmonella outbreaks from contaminated water and nonanimal foods (e.g., produce) are increasingly reported. To address the environment as a potential source of pathogenic Salmonella, we investigated levels of salmonellae and the geographic and temporal variation of Salmonella serotypes from surface waters in a region of Georgia (United States) with a history of high salmonellosis case rates. Monthly water samples were collected from six stations in the Little River (Upper Suwannee Basin) for 12… CONTINUE READING
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