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Salmonella : classification, genetics & disease outbreaks

By: Monte, Adelaide S.(Edited by) Santos, Paulo Eduardo De(Edited by)

1619429284 / 9781619429284
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571.99344
24/09/2012
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26 cm
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Salmonella are ubiquitous enteric bacteria, responsible for thousands of deaths world-wide.

In this book, the authors present current research in the study of the classification, genetics and disease outbreak cases relating to salmonella.

Topics include the pre- and post-harvest intervention strategies for controlling salmonella contamination in broiler production; salmonella enterica survival to biocides and antibiotics; salmonella new-port contamination in produce; genome comparisons of salmonella; salmonella in sub-Antarctica and Antarctica; and hazard of salmonella in the intact shell egg.

BIC:

MJCJ Infectious & contagious diseases, MMFM Medical microbiology & virology, PSGD Bacteriology (non-medical)

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