Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Campylobacter

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Academic Editor

Guillermo Téllez-Isaías
Guillermo Téllez-Isaías

University of Arkansas at Fayetteville,
United States of America

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Saeed El-Ashram
Saeed El-Ashram

Kafr El-Sheikh University,
Egypt

Published28 June 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.92910

ISBN978-1-83968-976-5

Print ISBN978-1-83968-975-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-977-2

Copyright year2022

Number of pages124

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1. Introductory Chapter: The Significance of Campylobacter as Foodborne Pathogen

By Saeed El-Ashram, Cheng He, Guillermo Tellez-Isaias, Victor M. Petrone-Garcia, Musafiri Karama, Beniamino Cenci-Goga, Luca Grispoldi, Reem Alajmi and Abdulaziz S. Alouffi

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2. Salmonellosis and Campylobacteriosis, Emerging Zoonosis in the World and Current Situation in Mexico

By Adriana del Carmen Gutiérrez-Castillo, Leopoldo Henri Paasch-Martínez and Norma Leticia Calderón-Apodaca

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3. The Role of Immune Response and Microbiota on Campylobacteriosis

By Ying Fu, Tahrir Alenezi, Ayidh Almansour, Hong Wang, Zhenquan Jia and Xiaolun Sun

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6. Health Care Associated Infections (HCAIs) a New Threat for World; U-Turn from Recovery to Death

By Ayesha Noor, Ali Raza Ishaq, Laila Jafri, Faiza Jabeen, Rehana Rani, Bushra Hafeez Kiani, Nosheen Akhtar, Zeeshan Javed, Tahira Younis and Fatima Jalal

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