Campylobacter: Prevalence on Pig Livers and Antimicrobial Susceptibility

Around one in 10 of the pig livers tested by researchers in Germany was found to be Campylobacter-positive, with C.coli as the predominant species. These isolates from pigs should be considered as potential sources of human infection, the scientists concluded after studying antimicrobial susceptibility and similarity to human isolates.
calendar icon 28 November 2012
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