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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.
Scientists develop a vaccine to protect animals from Salmonella

Scientists develop a vaccine to protect animals from Salmonella

Increase in salmonellosis in Europe: General hygiene rules help safely prepare raw poultry

Increase in salmonellosis in Europe: General hygiene rules help safely prepare raw poultry

Salmonella bacteria colonize the gut using intestinal epithelial cells

Salmonella bacteria colonize the gut using intestinal epithelial cells

Campylobacter infection can also be spread through sexual contact

Campylobacter infection can also be spread through sexual contact

Study: Organic-certified meats less likely to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria

Study: Organic-certified meats less likely to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria

Key protein helps bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease to set up house in host cells

Key protein helps bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease to set up house in host cells

New research lays the groundwork for an effective salmonella vaccine

New research lays the groundwork for an effective salmonella vaccine

A new strain of common probiotic can potentially be more effective at protecting infant health

A new strain of common probiotic can potentially be more effective at protecting infant health

Russian researchers develop a safe, inexpensive packed eggs surface disinfection technology

Russian researchers develop a safe, inexpensive packed eggs surface disinfection technology

Protein could be key to blocking the most common bacterial cause of food poisoning

Protein could be key to blocking the most common bacterial cause of food poisoning

A novel approach to oral vaccination against Covid-19

A novel approach to oral vaccination against Covid-19

How could AI be used to predict infection outcomes?

How could AI be used to predict infection outcomes?

Engineered mouse Intestine Chip platform can help study host-microbiome interactions

Engineered mouse Intestine Chip platform can help study host-microbiome interactions

Study describes the infection of human cells by intestinal pathogen during spaceflight

Study describes the infection of human cells by intestinal pathogen during spaceflight

Researchers use Doppler to look inside living cells, track their metabolic activity

Researchers use Doppler to look inside living cells, track their metabolic activity

The Future of Environmental and Food Monitoring

The Future of Environmental and Food Monitoring

Seagulls could act as sentinels of the antibiotic pressure in the environment

Seagulls could act as sentinels of the antibiotic pressure in the environment

Study: Vast majority of U.S. infants may be suffering from gut microbiome deficiency

Study: Vast majority of U.S. infants may be suffering from gut microbiome deficiency

Scientists identify bacteria-based approach against cancer

Scientists identify bacteria-based approach against cancer

Research provides better understanding of how antibiotic resistance arises

Research provides better understanding of how antibiotic resistance arises

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