Serotype diversity and slaughterhouse-level risk factors related to Salmonella contamination on poultry carcasses in Algiers.

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Summary of "Serotype diversity and slaughterhouse-level risk factors related to Salmonella contamination on poultry carcasses in Algiers."

In Algeria, the latest studies on Salmonella demonstrated warning contamination rates in farms and slaughterhouses. This pathogen can contaminate poultry meat and put humans at risk especially that such product is nowadays widely consumed.


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Name: Journal of infection in developing countries
ISSN: 1972-2680
Pages: 384-393


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