[campylobacter jejuni, yersinia enterocolitica and salmonella in game and poultry].samples of various sorts of game and poultry (other than chicken), obtained from poulterers, hunters, rearing-farms and slaughterhouses, were surveyed for the presence of campylobacter jejuni, yersinia enterocolitica and salmonella. these pathogens were isolated from hare, wild boars, pheasants, guinea-fowl, turkeys, mallards and domestic ducks. yersinia enterocolitica and salmonella were also cultured from wild and domestic rabbits. moreover, yersinia enterocolitica was isolated from wood pigeo ...19836648946
antimicrobial susceptibility profiles and molecular typing of campylobacter jejuni and campylobacter coli isolates from ducks in south korea.campylobacter is a food-borne zoonotic pathogen that causes human gastroenteritis worldwide. campylobacter bacteria are commensal in the intestines of many food production animals, including ducks and chickens. the objective of the study was to determine the prevalence of campylobacter species in domestic ducks, and the agar dilution method was used to determine resistance of the isolates to eight antibiotics. in addition, multilocus sequence typing (mlst) was performed to determine the sequence ...201425261524
migratory birds of central washington as reservoirs of campylobacter jejuni.migratory ducks, canada geese, and sandhill crane from the pacific north american flyway have been screened for campylobacter spp. samples (298) from these birds were examined and the incidence of campylobacter spp. in the samples were as follows: sandhill crane (grus canadensis tabida), 81%; ducks (aythya collaris, anas carolinensis, aythya americana, and anas platyrhynchos), 73%; and canada geese (branta canadensis), 5%. all isolates were identified as campylobacter jejuni. to our knowledge th ...19883378202
campylobacter jejuni colonization and population structure in urban populations of ducks and starlings in new zealand.a repeated cross-sectional study was conducted to determine the prevalence of campylobacter spp. and the population structure of c. jejuni in european starlings and ducks cohabiting multiple public access sites in an urban area of new zealand. the country's geographical isolation and relatively recent history of introduction of wild bird species, including the european starling and mallard duck, create an ideal setting to explore the impact of geographical separation on the population biology of ...201323873654
fecal shedding and antimicrobial susceptibility of selected bacterial pathogens and a survey of intestinal parasites in free-living waterfowl residing in metropolitan parks in central ohio were surveyed for the fecal shedding and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of campylobacter jejuni, escherichia coli, salmonella spp., and pasteurella multocida. in addition, a survey for intestinal parasites was also conducted in these same waterfowl to determine parasite burdens in free-living waterfowl. prevalences of 67%, 50%, and 0.2% of e. coli, c. jejuni, and salmonella spp., respectively, were observed for all water ...200111332473
prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility of thermophilic campylobacter isolates from free range domestic duck (cairina moschata) in morogoro municipality, tanzania.prevalence and antibiotic susceptibility of thermophilic campylobacter isolated from free-ranging ducks was determined in morogoro municipality, tanzania. ninety intestinal contents from ducks were screened for thermophilic campylobacter using skirrow's protocol. of the campylobacter jejuni isolates, 50 were tested for sensitivity to 12 antibiotics. overall prevalence of thermophilic campylobacter was 80%. the prevalence of campylobacter in adult ducks (91.3%) was significantly (p < 0.05) higher ...201019562499
screening of feral pigeon (colomba livia), mallard (anas platyrhynchos) and graylag goose (anser anser) populations for campylobacter spp., salmonella spp., avian influenza virus and avian paramyxovirus.a total of 119 fresh faecal samples were collected from graylag geese migrating northwards in april. also, cloacal swabs were taken from 100 carcasses of graylag geese shot during the hunting season in august. in addition, samples were taken from 200 feral pigeons and five mallards. the cultivation of bacteria detected campylobacter jejuni jejuni in six of the pigeons, and in one of the mallards. salmonella diarizona 14: k: z53 was detected in one graylag goose, while all pigeons and mallards we ...200516398331
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