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- Nelson, K.E.; Fouts, D.E.; Mongodin, E.F.; Ravel, J.; DeBoy, R.T.; Kolonay, J.F.; Rasko, D.A.; Angiuoli, S.V.; Gill, S.R.; Paulsen, I.T.; Wonderling, L.D.; Uhlich, G.A.; Bayles, D.O.; Luchansky, J.B.
- Nucleic acids research 2004 v.32 no.8 pp. 2386
- Listeria monocytogenes, etc ; food pathogens; serotypes; genome; genomics; strains; cheeses; turkey meat; hot dogs; food contamination; microbial contamination; strain differences; genes; single nucleotide polymorphism; transposons; nucleotide sequences; mutation; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... The genomes of three strains of Listeria monocytogenes that have been associated with food-borne illness in the USA were subjected to whole genome comparative analysis. A total of 51, 97 and 69 strain-specific genes were identified in L.monocytogenes strains F2365 (serotype 4b, cheese isolate), F6854 (serotype 1/2a, frankfurter isolate) and H7858 (serotype 4b, meat isolate), respectively. Eighty-t ...
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- Palma, Federica; Pasquali, Frédérique; Lucchi, Alex; Cesare, Alessandra De; Manfreda, Gerardo
- Italian journal of food safety 2017 v.6 no.3
- Listeria monocytogenes, etc ; databases; food pathogens; genes; genotype; meat processing plants; nucleotides; rabbit meat; sequence analysis; stop codon; virulence; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... Listeria monocytogenes is a food-borne pathogen able to survive and grow in different environments including food processing plants where it can persist for month or years. In the present study the discriminatory power of Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS)-based analysis (cgMLST) was compared to that of molecular typing methods on 34 L. monocytogenes isolates collected over one year in the same rabbit ...
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