Foodborne outbreak and nonmotile salmonella enterica variant, France

Publié le 1 Janvier 2012
Mis à jour le 9 septembre 2019

We report a food-related outbreak of salmonellosis in humans caused by a nonmotile variant of Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium in France in 2009. This nonmotile variant had been circulating in laying hens but was not considered as Typhimurium and consequently escaped European poultry flock regulations.

Auteur : Le Hello S, Brisabois A, Accou Demartin M, Josse A, Marault M, Francart S, Jourdan Da Silva N, Weill FX
Emerging infectious diseases, 2012, vol. 18, n°. 1, p. 132-4