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Current Topics in Salmonella and Salmonellosis

The genus Salmonella comprises an important number of bacterial species able to colonize and infect numerous animal species and humans. Although more than a hundred years passed since its discovery, Salmonella still represents a redoubtable and successful microorganism, difficult to deal with. Whether we discuss about typhoid fever or food poisoning, the public health and financial consequences are practically incalculable. The costs attributable to Salmonella contamination of meat, eggs, and vegetables are also very high worldwide. Antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella isolates is an emerging threat not only in humans, and special measures should be addressed to this global problem. The book Current Topics in Salmonella and Salmonellosis contains a series of reviews about all-important issues concerning these subjects. It comprises 14 chapters grouped in 4 sections emphasizing new insights into pathogenesis, bacterial detection and antibiotic resistance, infections in animals, risk factors, and control strategies. The new genomic data and the exhaustive presentation of molecular pathogenesis bring novelty to the book and can help to improve our knowledge about Salmonella-induced diseases.

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Current Topics in Salmonella and SalmonellosisEdited by Mihai Mares

Published: April 5th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/63008

ISBN: 978-953-51-3066-6

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3065-9

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1. Insights from Comparative Genomics of the Genus Salmonella

By Trudy M. Wassenaar, Se-Ran Jun, Visanu Wanchai, Preecha Patumcharoenpol, Intawat Nookaew, Katrina Schlum, Michael R. Leuze and David W. Ussery

496

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2. Computational Identification of Indispensable Virulence Proteins of Salmonella Typhi CT18

By Shrikant Pawar, Izhar Ashraf, Kondamudi Manobhai Mehata and Chandrajit Lahiri

464

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3. Salmonella enterica: Latency

By Bianca Mendes Maciel, Rachel Passos Rezende and Nammalwar Sriranganathan

479

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4. Salmonella Fimbriae: What is the Clue to Their Hairdo?

By Karine Dufresne and France Daigle

470

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5. Current and Emerging Innovations for Detection of Food-Borne Salmonella

By Wei Wu and Lingwen Zeng

824

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6. Factors Contributing to the Emergence and Spread of Antibiotics Resistance in Salmonella Species

By Kabiru Olusegun Akinyemi and Samuel Oluwasegun Ajoseh

640

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7. Quinolone Resistance in Non-typhoidal Salmonella

By Siriporn Kongsoi, Chie Nakajima and Yasuhiko Suzuki

373

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8. Salmonella in Wastewater: Identification, Antibiotic Resistance and the Impact on the Marine Environment

By Abdellah El Boulani, Rachida Mimouni, Hasna Mannas, Fatima Hamadi and Nouredine Chaouqy

557

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9. Dynamics of Salmonella Infection

By Fathalla A. Rihan

495

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10. Interaction between Salmonella and Plants: Potential Hosts and Vectors for Human Infection

By Eva Fornefeld, Jasper Schierstaedt, Sven Jechalke, Rita Grosch, Kornelia Smalla and Adam Schikora

613

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11. Preharvest Salmonella Risk Contamination and the Control Strategies

By Rebeca Zamora-Sanabria and Andrea Molina Alvarado

606

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12. Prevalence, Risks and Antibiotic Resistance of Salmonella in Poultry Production Chain

By Niki Mouttotou, Shakeel Ahmad, Zahid Kamran and Konstantinos C. Koutoulis

522

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13. Effects of Environment and Socioeconomics on Salmonella Infections

By Hafiz Anwar Ahmad and Luma Akil

526

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14. Application of Ionizing Radiation for Control of Salmonella in Food

By Małgorzata E. Szczawińska

467

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