Salmonella challenges: prevalence in swine and poultry and potential pathogenicity of such isolates.

Abstract

Salmonellosis is the second leading cause of bacterial foodborne illness in the United States, and the great majority of these infections are associated with the consumption of products such as meat, poultry, eggs, milk, seafood, and fresh produce contaminated with Salmonella. The per capita consumption of meat and poultry in United States has increased… (More)

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@article{Foley2008SalmonellaCP, title={Salmonella challenges: prevalence in swine and poultry and potential pathogenicity of such isolates.}, author={Steven L. Foley and Aaron M. Lynne and Ramesh Chandra Nayak}, journal={Journal of animal science}, year={2008}, volume={86 14 Suppl}, pages={E149-62} }