The enteric Campylobacter: they are everywhere.

  • Gavin P Andrews
  • Published 1998 in
    Clinical laboratory science : journal of the…

Abstract

Although Campylobacter spp. are perhaps the most ubiquitous bacterial pathogens known to man, laboratory diagnosis of Campylobacter enteritis is not particularly problematic. The organism's ability to thrive at elevated temperatures facilitates its isolation directly from stool. Enteric infection with Campylobacter spp., despite its invasive nature, is… (More)

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