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Salmonella

A genus of bacteria known to cause illness in humans and animals, especially after they have eaten infected food. Salmonella infections have been associated with chicken eggs, a fact that in the past has caused marketing and other business problems in the poultry industry in the United States. However, fatal poisonings are extremely rare.
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Keeping in vew this situation efforts were made to isolate Salmonella gallinarum from local poultry farmsand was used to prepare antigen.
Acute epidemic disease in laying hen flocks, caused by Salmonella Gallinarum. Magy.
(A) Heat map showing normalized values of 16 differentially abundant functions (>1.0% abundance) between the negative control (CON), Salmonella-challenged (SAL) and Bacillus-treated (PRO) groups after the Salmonella Gallinarum challenge.
But he added: "Salmonella gallinarum is a poultry adapted strain of salmonella bacteria and is considered to pose a minimal risk to humans.
Se realizaron pruebas de motilidad con los agares Sulfuro Indol Motilidad (SIM) y Medio para Prueba de Motilidad (Motility Test Medium), el resultado fue 13 aislamientos de cepas inmoviles y 7 de cepas moviles; a las 13 inmoviles se les realizo tipificacion molecular mediante PCR especifico con lo que se obtuvieron 11 cepas de Salmonella gallinarum y 2 cepas de Salmonella pullorum.
An example is the USDA National Poultry Improvement Plan, which has successfully eradicated Salmonella Gallinarum and Pullorum from domestic commercial poultry (35,36).
Lactobacillus fermentum reduced attachment of Salmonella Pullorum by 77% and had no effect on Salmonella Enteriditis or Salmonella Gallinarum, whereas Lactobacillus animalis was able to reduce attachment of Pullorum by 90%, Enteriditis by 88%, and Gallinarum by 78%.
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