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Salmonella is actually a group of bacteria that can cause diarrheal illness in humans. They are microscopic living creatures that pass from the feces of people or animals to other people or other animals. There are many different kinds of Salmonella bacteria. Salmonella serotype Typhimurium and Salmonella serotype Enteritidis are the most common in the United States. Salmonella germs have been known to cause illness for over 100 years. They were discovered by an American scientist named Salmon, for whom they are named.
Researchers profile new drug combinations to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Researchers profile new drug combinations to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Scientists uncover key enzymes involved in bacterial pathogenicity

Scientists uncover key enzymes involved in bacterial pathogenicity

£800,000 grant to boost the development of bacteriophages to combat disease

£800,000 grant to boost the development of bacteriophages to combat disease

Protein antigen from a childhood vaccine can help refocus the body's immune system against cancer

Protein antigen from a childhood vaccine can help refocus the body's immune system against cancer

Climate change linked to spread of pathogens in humans and animals

Climate change linked to spread of pathogens in humans and animals

New optical signature in magnetic beads could quickly detect contaminants in diagnostic tests

New optical signature in magnetic beads could quickly detect contaminants in diagnostic tests

Wristbands can harbor harmful bacteria, study finds

Wristbands can harbor harmful bacteria, study finds

Scientists capture first images of ribosome-modifying enzymes in action

Scientists capture first images of ribosome-modifying enzymes in action

Duke researchers develop potent antibiotic against drug-resistant superbugs

Duke researchers develop potent antibiotic against drug-resistant superbugs

Can a low-bacterial diet improve outcomes for neutropenic cancer patients?

Can a low-bacterial diet improve outcomes for neutropenic cancer patients?

Outbreak investigation aims to identify the common source of exposure for a cluster of food poisoning cases

Outbreak investigation aims to identify the common source of exposure for a cluster of food poisoning cases

Research finds bacteria in kitchens to be mostly harmless

Research finds bacteria in kitchens to be mostly harmless

Surprising ancestry of caterpillar venom could be key to delivery of lifesaving drugs

Surprising ancestry of caterpillar venom could be key to delivery of lifesaving drugs

NOSTER & Science Microbiome Prize winner illuminates how "silent flagellins" from commensal microbiota evade innate immunity

NOSTER & Science Microbiome Prize winner illuminates how "silent flagellins" from commensal microbiota evade innate immunity

More states legalize sales of unpasteurized milk, despite public health warnings

More states legalize sales of unpasteurized milk, despite public health warnings

Stalled progress: Enteric infection reduction efforts slowed in 2022 despite pandemic easing

Stalled progress: Enteric infection reduction efforts slowed in 2022 despite pandemic easing

New data demonstrates severe AMR among non-typhoidal Salmonella isolated from food in China

New data demonstrates severe AMR among non-typhoidal Salmonella isolated from food in China

Tea tree oil holds promise as a natural remedy for acne

Tea tree oil holds promise as a natural remedy for acne

From delicacy to danger: The rising tide of shellfish allergies in children revealed

From delicacy to danger: The rising tide of shellfish allergies in children revealed

Blood culture vs. metagenomic next-generation sequencing for the detection of pathogenic microbes in patients with suspected bloodstream infections

Blood culture vs. metagenomic next-generation sequencing for the detection of pathogenic microbes in patients with suspected bloodstream infections

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