studies of the phenomenon of host adaptation in study the phenomenon of host adaptation in salmonella, a mathematical model has been developed which permits a definition and experimental investigation of the specific interaction between the adapted serovar and the adequate host. after experimental infection using a mixture of equal parts of two salmonella strains, a and b, the bacterial concentrations ca and cb were determined in the organs of the animals infected. if an animal of species a and an animal of species b are infected with the ...200011244872
gastrointestinal microbial ecology and the safety of our food supply as related to salmonella.salmonella causes an estimated 1.3 million human foodborne illnesses and more than 500 deaths each year in the united states, representing an annual estimated cost to the economy of approximately $2.4 billion. salmonella enterica comprises more than 2,500 serotypes. with this genetic and environmental diversity, serotypes are adapted to live in a variety of hosts, which may or may not manifest with clinical illness. thus, salmonella presents a multifaceted threat to food production and safety. s ...200817878279
seroprevalence of antibodies against salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar gallinarum-pullorum in wild doves (zenaida asiatica and zenaida macroura) from the northeast of mexico.a cross-sectional survey was conducted in order to determine the seroprevalence and to identify some factors associated with the presence of antibodies against salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar gallinarum-pullorum in white-winged (zenaida asiatica) and mourning doves (zenaida macroura) from hunting areas of northeast mexico. from september to october 2006, 201 serum samples were analyzed with the seroagglutination test. the overall seroprevalence of s. enterica subsp. enterica serovar ...201019800701
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