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high prevalence of salmonella in tegu lizards (tupinambis merianae), and susceptibility of the serotypes to antibiotics.species of tegu (tupinambis) are the largest lizards in south america. large numbers of these lizards are hunted; there is a vigorous trade in their skins and the meat is consumed by rural and native peoples. the animals are also bred in captivity, an economic activity for rural populations which can help in the animals' conservation. faecal samples from 30 captive-born tegus were analysed for the presence of salmonella in two separate samplings. in the first analysis, samples from 26 animals (8 ...201019968856
draft genome sequences of two salmonella enterica serotype infantis strains isolated from a captive western lowland gorilla (gorilla gorilla gorilla) and a cohabitant black and white tegu (tupinambis merianae) in brazil.the draft genome sequences of two salmonella enterica serotype infantis isolates are reported here. one of the strains was isolated from a western lowland gorilla (gorilla gorilla gorilla) with colitis. the second strain was isolated from a reptile that inhabited the same premises. whole-genome sequencing demonstrated that these isolates were not clonal.201626798099
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