campylobacter enteritis outbreaks associated with drinking raw milk during youth activities. a 10-year review of outbreaks in the united determine the incidence of recognized outbreaks of campylobacter enteritis associated with drinking raw milk during youth activities.19921433764
campylobacter jejuni among patients with gastroenteritis: incidence at a reference microbiology laboratory in san juan, puerto rico.a study designed to evaluate the incidence of campylobacter jejuni infection among patients with gastroenteritis referred to a microbiology laboratory in san juan was conducted from december 1998 through may 1999.199910547872
molecular typing, serotyping and cytotoxicity testing of campylobacter jejuni strains isolated from commercial broilers in puerto rico.thirty campylobacter jejuni strains isolated from fecal samples (n = 94; 32%) from 13 positive farms (n = 17; 76%) from commercial broiler chickens in puerto rico were analysed by molecular methods.200818410342
bacterial contamination of hands increases risk of cross-contamination among low-income puerto rican meal examine the association of microbial contamination of the meal preparer's hands with microbial status of food and kitchen/utensil surfaces during home preparation of a "chicken and salad" meal.200919879494
typing of campylobacter jejuni and campylobacter coli isolated from live broilers and retail broiler meat by flaa-rflp, mlst, pfge and rep-pcr.we analyzed 100 campylobacter spp. isolates (c. jejuni and c. coli) from grenada, puerto rico and alabama, which were collected from live broilers or retail broiler meat. we analyzed these isolates with four molecular typing methods: restriction fragment length polymorphism of the flaa gene (flaa-rflp), multilocus sequence typing (mlst), pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (pfge), and automated repetitive extragenic palindromic polymerase chain reaction (rep-pcr) using the diversilab system. all me ...201021130125
gastric campylobacter-like organisms and active antral gastritis in puerto rico.we attempted to verify if the reported association of gastric campylobacter like organisms (gclo) with active antral gastritis holds true in our population. all patients undergoing elective upper endoscopy were eligible for the study unless they had a history of gastric cancer or previous antrectomy. biopsy specimens from 100 consecutive patients were examined blindly for the presence of inflammatory activity and/or intestinal metaplasia. the presence of gclo was determined by the acridine orang ...19902322349
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