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occurrence of salmonella enterica serovar dublin in austria.in austria, salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar dublin, a bovine-adapted serovar, rarely causes infections in humans. in 2000, austria was within the european mean with an incidence of 0.1 per million inhabitants. our data show that the vast majority of all serovar dublin infections (human and non-human) can be traced epidemiologically to two districts in the tyrol. this concentration of cases can be explained by a particularly traditional aspect of cattle farming in this area, the alpin ...200212631940
occurrence of salmonella enterica serovar dublin in austria.in austria, salmonella enterica serovar dublin, a bovine-adapted serovar, rarely causes human infections. in the year 2000, austria was within the european mean with an incidence of 0.1 per million inhabitants. our data show that the vast majority of all austrian serovar dublin infections can be traced to two tyrolian districts. this concentration of cases can be explained by a particularly traditional aspect of cattle farming in tyrol, the alpine pasture. there is increased risk of cross-infect ...200312764867
cattle-derived salmonella enterica serovar dublin infections in red foxes ( vulpes vulpes ) in tyrol, austria.salmonella enterica serovar dublin is endemic in the cattle population in some areas of the austrian province tyrol, and each year single dairy farms have experienced clinical infections. to ascertain if tyrolean red foxes ( vulpes vulpes ) act as a reservoir for salmonella spp., we tested hepatic tissue and intestinal content from foxes hunted in the years 2015-16 by using microbiological methods. in addition, we included several fox fecal samples collected on a mountain pasture near chamois ca ...201728139955
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