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Characterization of 13 multi-drug resistant Salmonella serovars from different broiler chickens associated with those of human isolates
 
Lan-Ho Chiu, Cheng-Hsun Chiu, Yan-Ming Horn, Chien-Shun Chiou, Chien-Yu Lee, Chia-Ming Yeh, Chang-You Yu, Chean-Ping Wu, Chao-Chin Chang, Chishih Chu
 
 

Salmonella are frequently isolated from chickens and their products. Prevalent serogroups and serovars of Salmonella as well as their genotypes and antibiograms were determined for cloacal samples from 1595 chickens. To understand the possible serovar and H antigens for transmission between chicken and human, serovars and their H antigens of 164 chicken and 5314 human isolates were compared.

 

In chicken, prevalent serogroups and serovars were associated with chicken ages, lines and regions; and flouroquinolone-resistant and MDR isolates emerged. H1 antigens ''g complex and '' and H2 antigens ''1 complex and -'' might be important for transmission of Salmonella between chicken and human.

 
 

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The article was contributed by BioMed Central.

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