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Comparison of Campylobacter populations in wild geese with those in starlings and free-range poultry on the same farm.

Abstract:

Wild geese are a potential source of Campylobacter infection for humans and farm animals and have been implicated in at least two large waterborne disease outbreaks. There have been few investigations into the population biology of Campylobacter in geese, carriage rates are reported to vary (0 to 100%), and no genetic characterization of isolates has been performed. Fecal samples collected from wild geese in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, were culture positive for C. jejuni (50.2%) and C. coli ...

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10.1128/aem.02491-07

Authors


Colles, FM More by this author
Dingle, KE More by this author
Maiden, MC More by this author
Journal:
Applied and environmental microbiology
Volume:
74
Issue:
11
Pages:
3583-3590
Publication date:
2008-06-05
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EISSN:
1098-5336
ISSN:
0099-2240
URN:
uuid:c653a214-84ad-41e0-bc24-0c437fea58e2
Source identifiers:
210277
Local pid:
pubs:210277

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