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Detection and count of Salmonella enterica in pork and poultry meat products

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The authors gratefully acknowledge Mrs. Ida Poli and Mrs. Giuseppina Trentadue for their technical support.

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Correspondence to S. Bonardi.

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Bonardi, S., Salmi, F., Riboldi, E. et al. Detection and count of Salmonella enterica in pork and poultry meat products. Vet Res Commun 32, 315–317 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11259-008-9137-8

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Keywords

  • Direct count
  • MPN
  • Pig meat
  • Poultry meat
  • Salmonella enterica