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Web-based surveillance and global Salmonella distribution, 2000-2002

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Web-based surveillance and global Salmonella distribution, 2000-2002. / Galanis, E.; Wong, Danilo Lo Fo; Patrick, M.E.; Binsztein, N.; Cieslik, A.; Chalermchaikit, T.; Aidara-Kane, Á.; Ellis, A; Angulo, F.J.; Wegener, Henrik Caspar.

I: Emerging Infectious Diseases (Print Edition), Bind 12, Nr. 3, 2006, s. 381-388.

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Galanis, E, Wong, DLF, Patrick, ME, Binsztein, N, Cieslik, A, Chalermchaikit, T, Aidara-Kane, Á, Ellis, A, Angulo, FJ & Wegener, HC 2006, 'Web-based surveillance and global Salmonella distribution, 2000-2002' Emerging Infectious Diseases (Print Edition), bind 12, nr. 3, s. 381-388. DOI: 10.3201/eid1205.050854

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Galanis, E., Wong, D. L. F., Patrick, M. E., Binsztein, N., Cieslik, A., Chalermchaikit, T., ... Wegener, H. C. (2006). Web-based surveillance and global Salmonella distribution, 2000-2002. Emerging Infectious Diseases (Print Edition), 12(3), 381-388. DOI: 10.3201/eid1205.050854

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Galanis E, Wong DLF, Patrick ME, Binsztein N, Cieslik A, Chalermchaikit T o.a. Web-based surveillance and global Salmonella distribution, 2000-2002. Emerging Infectious Diseases (Print Edition). 2006;12(3):381-388. Tilgængelig fra, DOI: 10.3201/eid1205.050854

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Galanis, E. ; Wong, Danilo Lo Fo ; Patrick, M.E. ; Binsztein, N. ; Cieslik, A. ; Chalermchaikit, T. ; Aidara-Kane, Á. ; Ellis, A ; Angulo, F.J. ; Wegener, Henrik Caspar. / Web-based surveillance and global Salmonella distribution, 2000-2002. I: Emerging Infectious Diseases (Print Edition). 2006 ; Bind 12, Nr. 3. s. 381-388

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abstract = "Salmonellae are a common cause of foodborne disease worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) supports international foodborne disease surveillance through WHO Global Salm-Surv and other activities. WHO Global Salm-Surv members annually report the 15 most frequently isolated Salmonella serotypes to a Web-based country databank. We describe the global distribution of reported Salmonella serotypes from human and nonhuman sources from 2000 to 2002. Among human isolates, Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis was the most common serotype, accounting for 65{\%} of all isolates. Among nonhuman isolates, although no serotype predominated, S. Typhimurium was reported most frequently. Several serotypes were reported from only I region of the world. The WHO Global Salm-Surv country databank is a valuable public health resource; it is a publicly accessible, Web-based tool that can be used by health professionals to explore hypotheses related to the sources and distribution of salmonellae worldwide.",
author = "E. Galanis and Wong, {Danilo Lo Fo} and M.E. Patrick and N. Binsztein and A. Cieslik and T. Chalermchaikit and {\'A}. Aidara-Kane and A Ellis and F.J. Angulo and Wegener, {Henrik Caspar}",
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