Friday, November 20, 2009

In which food can Salmonella bacteria be found?

And is Salmonella the full scientifc name that causes enteric stomach problems?

In which food can Salmonella bacteria be found?
Any raw food can give you that bacteria. Runny eggs for example, or even caesar's salad's dressing.
Reply:Chicken,pork any poultry
Reply:any food can pick the germ up off an unclean counter or cutting board, but poultry are one of the main carriers.
Reply:Salmonella was named after Daniel Elmer Salmon, an American veterinary pathologist who, together with Theobald Smith (better known for his work on anaphylaxis), first discovered the Salmonella bacterium in 1885 from pigs.[2][3] Most cases involve undercooked meat, particularly poultry; other sources have been implicated in Salmonella enterica infections. Blood culture should be undertaken in cases where enteric fever, caused by Salmonella typhi or Salmonella paratyphi is suspected.
Reply:They are called Salmonella typhi and paratyphi (as well as Shigella)

Each different strain is found in specific foods with the proteins and fibers the particualr pathogen requires to breed and live.

Some grown in proteins

some on fibers like vegetables after they break down and begin to rot and some grow in liquids.
Reply:Poultry and eggs or anything that has come in contract with those.

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