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Year : 1989  |  Volume : 7  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 113-115

Characteristics And Prevalence Of Salmonella Serovar, S.I., 47 :z4. z23 :-A Rare Serotype In India

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Eight strains of Salmonella belonging to sub-genus I, having antigenic formula, 47: z4 z23: - were identified at National Salmonella and Eschrichia Center, Central Research Institute, Kasauli, since its inception in 1958. Source and placewise analysis of these strains showed this serotype to be essentially a human pathogen causing diarrhoea and systemic infections. Out of these eight strains, 3 strains received in 1983 were sensitive to different antibiotics tested. Five strains received in 1989 were multi-drug resistant. None of these strains produced bacteriocines, hemolysins and aerobactin.

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