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[study on the epidemiological characteristics and molecular typing of salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar senftenberg in shanghai].to study the molecular epidemiological characteristics of salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar senftenberg (salmonella senftenberg) in shanghai, from 2006 to 2007.200920193231
genomic and phenotypic analyses reveal the emergence of an atypical salmonella enterica serovar senftenberg variant in china.human infections with salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serovar senftenberg are often associated with exposure to poultry flocks, farm environments, or contaminated food. the recent emergence of multidrug-resistant isolates has raised public health concerns. in this study, comparative genomics and phenotypic analysis were used to characterize 14 salmonella senftenberg clinical isolates recovered from multiple outbreaks in shenzhen and shanghai, china, between 2002 and 2011. single-nucleoti ...201627225410
emergence and prevalence of non-h2s-producing salmonella enterica serovar senftenberg isolates belonging to novel sequence type 1751 in china.salmonella enterica serovar senftenberg is a common nontyphoidal salmonella serotype which causes human salmonella infections worldwide. in this study, 182 s. senftenberg isolates, including 17 atypical non-hydrogen sulfide (h2s)-producing isolates, were detected in china from 2005 to 2011. the microbiological and genetic characteristics of the non-h2s-producing and selected h2s-producing isolates were determined by using pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (pfge), multilocus sequence typing (mlst) ...201424829240
antimicrobial susceptibility and molecular typing of salmonella senftenberg isolated from humans and other sources in shanghai, china, 2005 to 2011.salmonella senftenberg is an important nontyphoidal salmonella serovar that causes gastrointestinal disease worldwide. in total, 130 salmonella senftenberg strains obtained from humans, food, and the environment in shanghai, people's republic of china, were characterized for antimicrobial susceptibility and subjected to molecular typing. our findings indicated that most (96 of 130, 73.8%) of the strains were susceptible to all 13 antimicrobial compounds tested, whereas only two strains (1.5%) we ...201728221879
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