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Campylobacter and Salmonella in scavenging indigenous chickens in rural central Tanzania: prevalence, antimicrobial resistance, and genomic features

By E. Rukambile, V. Sintchenko, G. Muscatello, QinNing Wang, J. Kiiru, W. Maulaga, B. Magidanga, G. Banda, R. Kock, R. Alders

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Publication Title Microbiology Research
Volume 12
Issue 2
Pages 440-454
DOI 10.3390/microbiolres12020030
Language English
Author Address School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, The University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia.erukambile@gmail.com Vitali.Sintchenko@health.nsw.gov.au gary.muscatello@sydney.edu.au qinning.wang@health.nsw.gov.au kyirow@gmail.com wendesamanga@gmail.com bishopignas@gmail.com gracejoshuabanda@yahoo.com rkock@rvc.ac.uk robyn.alders@gmail.com
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Tags
  1. Agriculture
  2. Animals
  3. Antibiotics
  4. Areas
  5. Bacteria
  6. Birds
  7. Contamination
  8. Detection
  9. Diseases
  10. Drugs
  11. Feces
  12. Food science
  13. Food supply
  14. Fowls
  15. Genes
  16. Households
  17. Humans
  18. Hygiene
  19. Infectious diseases
  20. Interactions
  21. Mammals
  22. Meat production
  23. Men
  24. morbidity
  25. mortality
  26. pathogens
  27. Poultry
  28. Primates
  29. prokaryotes
  30. public
  31. residues
  32. rural areas
  33. Salmonella
  34. seasons
  35. Techniques
  36. toxicology
  37. vertebrates
  38. Veterinary sciences