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outbreak of listeriosis associated with homemade mexican-style cheese--north carolina, october 2000-january 2001.on november 13, 2000, health-care providers at a hospital in winston-salem, north carolina, contacted the local health department about three cases of listeriosis within a 2-week period in recent mexican immigrants. the north carolina general communicable disease control branch, in collaboration with the forsyth county health department, the north carolina departments of agriculture and consumer services (ncda&cs) and environment and natural resources, the food and drug administration (fda), and ...200111456331
multistate outbreak of listeriosis--united states, 1998.since early august 1998, 40 illnesses caused by a single strain of listeria monocytogenes (lm) have been identified in 10 states: ohio (13 cases); new york; tennessee, massachusetts, and west virginia (three each); michigan (two); and connecticut, oregon, vermont, and georgia (one each). dates of illness onset or lm isolation ranged from august 2 through december 2. all lm isolates from these cases are serotype 4b and share an unusual pattern when subtyped either by pulsed-field gel electrophore ...19989883769
outbreak of listeriosis among mexican immigrants as a result of consumption of illicitly produced mexican-style cheese.in 2000, an outbreak of listeriosis among hispanic persons was identified in winston-salem, north carolina. the objectives of the present study were to identify the source of, strains associated with, and risk factors for listeria monocytogenes infection for patients affected by the outbreak.200515714412
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