Notes on Salmonellae Isolated from Doiviestic Animals in Ibadan , Nigeria

Salmonellae are ubiquitous bacteria. Not only are the so-called host-adapted strains of salmonellae which are peculiar to a given animal species often capable of producing disease in man, but it is also well established that non-host-adapted strains can be harboured and disseminated by an animal not naturally parasitized by them (Bennet & Hook, 1959… CONTINUE READING