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A look at salmonella and future prevention strategies

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Salmonella are bacteria that were discovered by an American scientist named Dr. Daniel Salmon in 1885. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, there are 1.35 million human cases a year, along with 26,500 hospitalizations and 420 deaths.

DSM reported in its article, “Zero Salmonella in Poultry Meat and Eggs: A Multi-Pronged Strategy to Reach the Goal,” that there are more than 2,600 variants or serotypes of salmonella that come from poultry.

Very few of these serotypes will cause infections in animals. However, most of them will cause illnesses in humans. Many. . .

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