The paratyphoid salmonellae.

@article{Barrow2000ThePS,
  title={The paratyphoid salmonellae.},
  author={Paul Barrow},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  year={2000},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={351-75}
}
  • Paul Barrow
  • Published 2000 in Revue scientifique et technique
The paratyphoid Salmonella bacteria, comprising more than 2,000 serovars or serotypes, are a major problem to the poultry industry. This is largely the result of entry of the bacteria into the human food chain. Human infection takes the form of a gastroenteritis, which in highly susceptible individuals can result in death. Some strains of certain serotypes have the capacity to produce morbidity and mortality in very young chickens. In adult birds, some serovars become localised in the… CONTINUE READING