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Salmonella Food Poisoning Outbreak Tracking Could Be Improved With DNA Test

News   Apr 29, 2020 | Original story from Elsevier.

 
Salmonella Food Poisoning Outbreak Tracking Could Be Improved With DNA Test

Salmonella are gram-negative, rod-shaped, facultative anerobic bacteria. Zhang et al developed sensitive and specific assays to detect different serotypes of Salmonella, paving the way for rapid serotyping directly from specimens. Credit: Public Health Image Library, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, James Archer (2019).

 
 
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