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Colonization of Specific Regions of the Reproductive Tract and Deposition at Different Locations Inside Eggs Laid by Hens Infected with Salmonella enteritidis or Salmonella heidelberg
Avian Diseases Digest
Internal contamination of eggs by Salmonella Enteritidis has been a significant source of human illness for several decades and is the focus of a recently proposed U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulatory plan. Salmonella Heidelberg has also been identified as an egg-transmitted human pathogen. The deposition of Salmonella strains inside eggs is apparently a consequence of reproductive tissue colonization in infected laying hens, but the relationship between colonization of specific regionsdoi:10.1637/1933-5334(2007)2[e7:cosrot]2.0.co;2 fatcat:auktbojyebbrnlwcmk7bttvsqi