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This Study was carried out on 200 random samples of chicken meat products represented by chicken luncheon, chicken burger, chicken sausage and chicken shawerma (50 of each). Samples were randomly collected from different supermarkets and retailers of different sanitation levels at Mansoura city, El Dakahlia Province, Egypt and bacteriologically analyzed to assess the prevalence of Staph. aureus, E. coli and S. spp. and their enterotoxigenic virulence genes using PCR in some chicken meatdoi:10.21608/avmj.2017.170663 fatcat:wcqdxtaujza25bpw6y6ubrvtxm