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successive salmonella give and salmonella typhi infections, laboratory-acquired.a case of laboratory-acquired typhoid fever is described. the case was complicated by a self-limiting salmonella give gastroenteritis which may also have been laboratory-acquired and which occurred during the incubation period of the salmonella typhi infection. the symptoms of typhoid were not sufficiently severe for the patient to seek medical attention and she was recovering from the infection when the typhoid bacillus was isolated from her stools. the mode of transmission of the s. typhi was ...19911780189
an outbreak of salmonella give infection in cattle. 19705464488
[stimulation of the natural self-purification of soil].connected with the elaboration of the sanitary norm of cadmium in soil were performed examinations to appoint the self-purification index. this index is the highest permissible concentration of a noxious chemical substance in soil not yet injuring irreversible the process of natural self-purification. as criterions of the self-purification were selected normal and potential respiration, quantity of bacteria, actinomyceta, fungi, proteolytic, nitrifying, and cellulolytic micro-organisms, inhibiti ...19836422669
outbreak of salmonella give in the province of quebec.salmonellosis due to salmonella give involving cows, a goat, and an ostrich over a 6-month period was investigated. cases were found in 4 different regions. antimicrobial susceptibility patterns, phagetyping, and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis analyses confirmed that all isolates belonged to the same clone. a common source of infection was suspected.19979426945
salmonella give infection in 2 dairy herds.salmonella give infection was investigated in 2 adjacent dairy herds because of the impact of milk contamination on public health. once the status of the infection in a herd was established by fecal analyses, consecutive fecal testings, in conjunction with preventive measures, appeared to be consistent and cost-effective tools for the monitoring and control of salmonellosis in dairy herds.200111424580
[nation-wide outbreak of salmonella give in germany, 2004].in spring and summer 2004, a multistate outbreak of infections caused by salmonella enterica serovar give (s. give), a relatively rare serovar in germany, was detected. in order to identify a common exposure and to describe the characteristics of infections caused by s. give, an outbreak investigation was performed.200516088767
unveiling contamination sources and dissemination routes of salmonella sp. in pigs at a portuguese slaughterhouse through macrorestriction profiling by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis.sixty-nine isolates of salmonella sp. isolated from the ileum, tonsils, carcass and mandibular and ileocolic lymph nodes of individual pigs slaughtered for consumption in one abattoir were analyzed using serotyping and macrorestriction profiling by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (rflp-pfge), in order to identify clonal relationships. xbai macrorestriction was able to distinguish 18 genotypes among the eight identified serotypes: salmonella typhimurium (4 genotypes), salmonella rissen (3), salm ...200616828912
salmonella montevideo outbreak in military kennel dogs caused by contaminated commercial feed, which was only recognized through monitoring.a large outbreak of canine salmonellosis in military watch dogs due to salmonella montevideo and/or salmonella give was only recognized through a monitoring program, implemented by the military forces. in 51 out of 80 exposed dogs (63.8%) from four kennels salmonella was isolated from fecal samples. the prevalence per sampling day ranged from 5.6 to 77.8%. clinical disease with mild diarrhea but without fever appeared only in nine dogs (11.3% of study population, 16.9% of cases) from one kennel ...200716979851
antimicrobial drug resistance and molecular characterization of salmonella isolated from domestic animals, humans, and meat products.1) to characterize and determine genotypic relatedness of salmonella serovars commonly isolated from domestic animals and humans in north dakota, and 2) to assess their role in transferring antimicrobial resistance (amr) to humans.200919341316
microbiological quality of wheat grain and flour from two mills in queensland, australia.a baseline investigation of the microbiological quality of wheat grain and flour from two mills in queensland, australia, was undertaken in order to assess the capacity of these two mills to meet microbiological criteria specified by a customer for raw, non-heat-treated flour. this baseline testing was performed over the 2006 to 2007 wheat season. three hundred fifty flour samples were monitored for yeast, mold, and bacillus cereus, 300 for escherichia coli, 150 for salmonella, and 100 for aerob ...201020819368
geographical and temporal dissemination of salmonellae isolated from domestic animal hosts in the culiacan valley, mexico.the prevalence and diversity of salmonellae from domestic animal hosts were investigated in the culiacan valley, mexico. a total of 240 farm animal feces (cows, chicken, and sheep) were evaluated for salmonella spp. presence from july 2008 to june 2009. salmonella enterica subsp. enterica strains were isolated from 76 samples (31.7%), and 20 serotypes were identified being salmonella oranienburg (25%), salmonella give (14%), salmonella saintpaul (12%), and salmonella minnesota (11%) the most fre ...201121274525
draft genome sequence of salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar give, isolated from an imported chili powder product.we report the genome sequence of salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar give (cfsan012622), isolated from imported chili powder in 2014. this genome contains genes previously reported to be specific only to s. enterica serovar enteritidis. this strain shows a unique pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (pfge) pattern clustering with serovar enteritidis (jeg x01.0005).201526139723
diversity and antimicrobial susceptibility of salmonella enterica serovars isolated from pig farms in ibadan, nigeria.animals including food animals play a significant role in the epidemiology of salmonella enterica. the control requires identification of sources and institution of targeted interventions. this study investigates the diversity of s. enterica serovars, antimicrobial susceptibility, and occurrence of plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance (pmqr) genes in pigs in ibadan, nigeria. pooled fresh pen floor fecal samples of pigs collected from 31 pig farms were cultured; the salmonella isolates were sero ...201423893398
frequency and antimicrobial resistance of salmonella serotypes on beef carcasses at small abattoirs in jalisco state, mexico.the prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of salmonella serotypes on beef carcasses from four small abattoirs in jalisco state, mexico, were investigated during a 10-month period. following u.s. department of agriculture food safety and inspection service protocols, salmonella was isolated from 78 (15.4%) beef carcasses (n = 505) after the final carcass water wash. isolation frequency differed by establishment (p < 0.05) and was higher (p < 0.05) during the wet season (may through september) f ...201222564935
contamination of carcasses and utensils in small swine slaughterhouses by salmonella in the northwestern region of the state of rio de janeiro, brazil.salmonella is a major foodborne pathogen that constantly threatens food safety in developed countries and underdeveloped countries such as brazil, where it is responsible for 38% of notified cases of foodborne illness. swine are one of the main meat-producing species that may asymptomatically carry salmonella, periodically shedding the bacteria through feces. the state of rio de janeiro is not a major producer of swine meat, but small slaughterhouses are operational and produce meat for consumpt ...201728585863
serotypes, antimicrobial profiles, and public health significance of salmonella from camels slaughtered in maiduguri central abattoir, nigeria.this study aimed at determining the serotypes, antimicrobial profiles, and public health importance of salmonella strains from camels slaughtered at maiduguri central abattoir, nigeria.201527047200
vigilance for salmonella in feedstuffs available in costa rica: prevalence, serotyping and tetracycline resistance of isolates obtained from 2009 to 2014.relevant epidemiological information is provided in this report for salmonella based on data obtained from a costa rican surveillance program for animal feeds. in addition to prevalence, a description in terms of serotypes and tetracycline (tet) resistance of the isolates is included. a total of 1725 feed and feed ingredients samples were analyzed during 2009 and 2014, from which 110 salmonella strains were recovered (76 from poultry, 23 from meat and bone meal [mbm], 3 from pet foods, and 8 fro ...201626682678
association of transferable quinolone resistance determinant qnrb19 with extended-spectrum β -lactamases in salmonella give and salmonella heidelberg in venezuela.four nontyphoidal salmonella strains with resistance to extended-spectrum cephalosporins and nonclassical quinolone resistance phenotype were studied. two s. give were isolated from pediatric patients with acute gastroenteritis, and two s. heidelberg were recovered from raw chicken meat. phenotypic characterization included antimicrobial susceptibility testing and detection of extended-spectrum β -lactamases (esbls) by the double-disc synergy method. the detection of quinolone resistance-determi ...201324187555
salmonella give infection in cattle. 19705462511
a brodie's abscess caused by salmonella give.this report describes a typical brodie's abscess caused by a salmonella subspecies in an otherwise healthy individual. the rarity of the causative agent of this infection is stressed.19846568956
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