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Salmonella are less likely to develop plasmid mediated drug resistance due to its resident F-like plasmid and specifically the entry exclusion gene, traS
Salmonella enterica are gram-negative intracellular pathogens responsible for foodborne gastroenteritis worldwide. Like other members of the Enterobacteriaecea, there has been a marked increase in Salmonellas resistance ...
Ecology of Salmonella and its acquisition of antibiotic resistance in an integrated broiler production system
In order to understand the ecology of Salmonella within an integrated commercial broiler production system, 289 Salmonella enterica were recovered from two integrated poultry farms during the production and processing of ...
Antibiotic resistance and cell surface components of Salmonella
Certain Salmonella isolates from poultry meat and our laboratory collection were resistant to multiple antibiotics. Some antibiotic resistance genes in the Salmonella were transferable to Escherichia coli during conjugation. ...
Isolation of salmonella from flies on cattle farms and horizontal transfer of integron-mediated antibiotic resistance genes on microbiological media and selected farm samples
Flies can be transmission vehicles of Salmonella from cattle to human. This study determined the prevalence of Salmonella in/on flies captured from 33 dairy/beef cattle farms in Georgia and characterized antibiotic ...