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Isolation and identification of salmonella from chickens in Khartoum province of the Sudan

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Journal
British Veterinary Journal
0007-1935
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
143
Issue
6
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DOI: 10.1016/0007-1935(87)90043-1

Abstract

Abstract Due to an expanding poultry industry in the Sudan and the importance of poultry as a reservoir for salmonella, an investigation was carried out over eighteen months to determine the presence of salmonella in the domestic fowl. Forty-three salmonella isolates were recovered from 1104 samples. The isolates belonged to 17 serotypes, 16 of which are reported for the first time from the Sudan.

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