Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Feb 2019
The crural and pré-crural lymph nodes of 3.674 slaughtered pigs at the abattoir of Salvador - Bahia were examined for the presence of Salmonella. Fity hundred and three (503) strains belonging to fity two (52) serotypes were isolated from the pigs in a percentage of 13,69%. The serotypes E1 were most frequently in 48,70%, group E in 27,43% group C1 in 6,16%, group L in 4,97%, C2 in 4,77% and group D1 in 3,37%. Others serotypes were found: G1, N, J, E2, E3 and E. The significance of the pig inhuman salmonellosis is discussed particularly the presence of Salmonella in pré-crural and crural lymph nodes in the carcases of the animal passed fit for human consumption.
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Gobert Araujo Costa, Ernesto Hofer, Moacyr Dunham de Moura Costa, José Arthur Hage da Silva, José Vieira dos Santos, Jalon Dantas Doria. Sobre o isolamento de Salmonellas de gânglios linfáticos de suínos abatidos no matadouro da cidade de Salavador - Bahia, Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, 417-431, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761972000300010