Salmonella typhimurium


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Salmonella typhimurium

A species frequently isolated from persons having acute gastroenteritis.
See also: Salmonella
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Salmon,

Daniel Elmer, U.S. pathologist, 1850-1914.
Salmonella enteritidis - Synonym(s): Gärtner bacillus
Salmonella gallinarum - occasionally causes food poisoning or gastroenteritis.
Salmonella hirschfeld - a species causing enteric fever.
Salmonella paratyphi - a species causing enteric fever.
Salmonella schottmulleri - a species causing enteric fever. Synonym(s): Schottmueller bacillus
Salmonella typhi - Synonym(s): Eberth bacillus
Salmonella typhimurium - a species causing food poisoning.
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Salmonella Typhimurium genomic DNAs were extracted using an extraction kit (CinnaGen, Iran).
The higher dose of alkaloid Sambiloto was administered to rats on the second day after infected with Salmonella typhimurium provided results with reduced [CD4.sup.+] expression.
Test Organism No Standard TF-1 (AA) TF-2 (SI) Control 1 Escherichia coli 29-32 22-25 22-26 2 Pseudomonas aeruginosa 29-33 23-26 23-25 3 Proteus mirabilis 19-22 22-25 26-31 4 Staphylococcus aureus 28-31 23-27 19-22 5 Shigella sonnei 25-29 26-31 27-31 6 Aeromonas hydrophila 25-27 24-28 24-27 7 Klebsiella pneumonia 26-30 25-28 24-29 8 Salmonella typhimurium 29-33 24-27 26-31 9 Vibrio cholerae 30-34 24-29 25-28 10 Bacillus cereus 24-28 25-30 23-26 11 Candida albicans 14-17 24-26 26-31 Inhibition Zone Diameter in mm S.
Tsolis, and F Heffron, "Contribution of fimbrial operons to attachment to and invasion of epithelial cell lines by Salmonella typhimurium," Infection and Immunity, vol.
TABLE 1: Characterization of biofilm-forming ability of 133 Salmonella Typhimurium 1,4,[5],12:i:-isolates using an Alamar Blue microtiter assay applied in different incubation conditions.
Analysis of host cells associated with the Spv-mediated increased intracellular growth rate of Salmonella typhimurium in mice.
About 100 are salmonella typhimurium, the most common strain.
Salmonella typhimurium bacteria was used as a model for typhoid fever by using rats to induced Salmonella typhimurium infection.
Amplified products of intergenic repetitive DNA sequences, which are imperfect palindromes reported in the genome of Salmonella Typhimurium isolates and commonly used as the basis for fingerprinting (WILSON & SHARP, 2006) were submitted to gel electrophoresis and analyzed using the software Bionumerics 7.6 (Applied Maths, Belgium).
Salmonella Typhimurium strains display a broad host range and varying degrees of host adaptation (4).