yersinia enterocolitica. isolation from faeces of adults and children in queensland.over a 22-month period, all 5075 faecal specimens received by the microbiology laboratory of the mater misericordiae public hospital, brisbane, were screened for the presence of yersinia enterocolitica by culturing on cefsulodinirgasan-novobiocin agar medium. y. enterocolitica was isolated from 37 patients (0.7% of all specimens). ten patients were 10 years of age or older, and presented predominantly with pain in the abdomen; of these, five underwent an appendicectomy. mesenteric adenitis was d ...19854069044
a study of the foodborne pathogens: campylobacter, listeria and yersinia, in faeces from slaughter-age cattle and sheep in a study of faeces from 475 slaughter-age cattle and sheep from 19 herds or flocks, campylobacter species (c. jejuni and c. coli) were cultured from all production systems studied and from 73.7 per cent (14/19) of herds or flocks. within individual properties there was a higher prevalence in cattle than in sheep, with campylobacter being most commonly isolated from feedlot cattle. the median prevalences and ranges were: for dairy cattle, six per cent (0-24%), feedlot beef cattle, 58 per cent ( ...200312926738
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