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Evaluation of the complex nomenclature of the clinically and veterinary significant pathogen Salmonella

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posted on 2017-05-05, 11:50 authored by Michael P. Ryan, Jean O'Dwyer, Catherine C. Adley
Salmonella encompasses a vast and highly related population of clinically and veterinary significant pathogens. The genus is responsible for an array of diseases such as typhoid fever and salmonellosis (a variety of illnesses including gastroenteritis), which causes public health issues globally. Even with the global recognition of Salmonella as a significant human and veterinary pathogen, the highly complex and evolving nomenclature system of Salmonella is problematic for clinicians, veterinarians and microbiologists to comprehend. The present paper offers a review of the ever developing nomenclature for this bacterial species.

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BioMed Research International;Article ID 3782182

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Hindawi Publishing Corporation

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peer-reviewed

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English

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