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The Prevalence and Public Health Importance of Salmonella from Chicken Table Eggs, Ethiopia

  title={The Prevalence and Public Health Importance of Salmonella from Chicken Table Eggs, Ethiopia},
  author={Mintesnot Assefa and Akafete Teklu and Haileleul Negussie},
2 Abstract: A study was conducted on 400 chicken table eggs from Kombolcha poultry multiplication and breeding farm and market at Kombolcha, Ethiopia, from October 2009 to April 2010. The objectives were to determine prevalence and public health importance of Salmonella from chicken table eggs. The samples were examined for the presence of Salmonella following standard techniques and procedures outlined by the International Organization for Standardization. From the total of 400 eggs examined… 

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