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campylobacter infection associated with raw milk. an outbreak of gastroenteritis due to campylobacter jejuni and thermotolerant campylobacter fetus subsp fetus.raw milk is identified with increasing numbers of outbreaks of gastroenteritis and is an important vehicle for transmission of campylobacter infection. unlike campylobacter jejuni, campylobacter fetus subsp fetus has not been associated with common-source outbreaks of gastroenteritis. this report describes an outbreak of gastroenteritis involving c jejuni and a thermotolerant strain of c fetus subsp fetus associated with raw milk. fifteen (39%) of 38 persons who attended a banquet in wisconsin i ...19863753617
seasonal study of a freshwater lake and migratory waterfowl for campylobacter jejuni.in the summer and fall of 1981, water and sediment samples from lake onalaska, a mississippi river navigation pool near la crosse, wisconsin, were quantitatively examined for campylobacter jejuni and for standard bacterial indicators of fecal pollution. fifty cecal content samples, representing seven species of transient waterfowl captured during fall migration, were also assayed for c. jejuni. fecal coliform and fecal streptococcus counts from the water and sediment samples agreed with previous ...19846488104
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