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Fecal Shedding of Non-typhoidal Salmonella Species in Dairy Cattle and their Attendants in Alexandria Suburbs

@inproceedings{Mohamed2011FecalSO,
  title={Fecal Shedding of Non-typhoidal Salmonella Species in Dairy Cattle and their Attendants in Alexandria Suburbs},
  author={Osama N. Mohamed and Adel F. Farid and Amani Farouk Abaza and Rania F. Faltas},
  year={2011}
}
Salmonella infections in dairy cattle continue to be a major worldwide problem. Substantial economic losses were manifested through mortality and poor growth of infected animals as well as the hazard of transmission to humans either through food chain or direct animal contact. Our objective was the isolation and identification of Salmonella spp. shed in feces of dairy cattle and their attendants, together with the determination of their serotypes and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns. Fecal… 

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