Salmonellosis: No longer just a chicken and egg story

Buck, Peter A.; Werker, Denise H.
July 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;07/14/98, Vol. 159 Issue 1, p63
Academic Journal
Reports on Salmonella organisms. The broad spectrum of clinical syndromes Salmonella are responsible for; The most common clinical manifestation of Salmonella; Examples of foods that may be contaminated with the bacteria; What the prevention of foodborne salmonellosis primarily depends on.


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