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risk of diarrhea during the first year of life associated with initial and subsequent colonization by specific enteropathogens.the incidence of colonization by enteropathogenic, enterotoxigenic, enteroinvasive, and enterohemorrhagic escherichia coli (detected by dna hybridization with specific radiolabeled probes), salmonella sp., shigella sp., campylobacter jejuni, and rotavirus was related to the presence of diarrhea in a cohort of 75 rural infants followed longitudinally during the first year of life. the study was carried out between august 1985 and february 1987 in the village of lugar sobre la tierra blanca, in th ...19902157338
isolation of campylobacter jejuni from intestinal contents of chickens in mexico city. 19863738283
frequency of isolation of campylobacter from roasted chicken samples from mexico city.the presence of campylobacter spp. was investigated in 100 samples of roasted chicken tacos sold in well-established commercial outlets and semisettled street stands in mexico city. from 600 colonies displaying campylobacter morphology only 123 isolates were positive. from these isolates, 51 (41%) were identified as c. jejuni, 23 (19%) as c. coli, and 49 (40%) as other species of this genus. all of the 27 positive samples came from one location where handling practices allowed cross-contaminatio ...200010643780
campylobacter jejuni in children with diarrhea in mexico city.the frequency of campylobacter jejuni infection in children under 4 years of age, with and without diarrhea, attending the hospital infantil de mexico was studied. campylobacter was cultured from rectal swabs in 23 (8.7%) of 265 children with diarrhea, with the highest isolation rate in the 7- to 12-month age group, and in 2 (4%) of 54 children without diarrhea. from 5 (22%) of the children infected with campylobacter, salmonella or shigella sp. were simultaneously cultured. major clinical featu ...19836835851
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