Foodborne outbreaks caused by Salmonella in Italy, 1991-4.

Abstract

This report summarizes studies on 1699 foodborne outbreaks, in Italy, reported to the Istituto Superior di Sanità (ISS) (the National Institute of Health of Italy, Rome) during the period 1991-4. The most frequently reported foodborne outbreaks were caused by salmonellae (81%), in particular by Salmonella enteritidis and non-serotyped group D salmonella (34… (More)

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@article{Scuderi1996FoodborneOC, title={Foodborne outbreaks caused by Salmonella in Italy, 1991-4.}, author={Gabriella Scuderi and Mirella Fantasia and Emma Filetici and Marilena Anastasio}, journal={Epidemiology and infection}, year={1996}, volume={116 3}, pages={257-65} }