Salmonella braenderup

Tim tim at microbes.demon.co.uk
Sun Jan 19 07:32:17 EST 1997


In article <32DF1814.4962 at top.east.de>, Dietrich Maede
<dietrich at top.east.de> writes

>It seem to be pretty unusual. Normaly there are s. thyphimurium,
>enteritis or infantis in food. 

I think this depends on geographical area. I would guess that most
common three isolates in this area are S. enteriditis (PT 4)
                                       S. typhimurium (PT104)
                                  and  S. Virchow
-- 
Tim Williams



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