From the results of studies on 1,635 samples of different organs from healthy and forcibly killed animals and poultry, we have isolated and identified the following 456 cultures that are, in certain conditions, capable of causing the emergent foodborne infections and toxicoinfections: 185 (40.6%), Salmonella; 85 (18.6%), Escherichia; 58 (12.7%), Listeria; 19 (4.1%), Yersinia
; 29 (6.3%), Campylobacter, 6 (13.5%), Staphylococcus; and 18 (3.9%), Clostridium.
Selective Agar (CIN Agar) Instructions for use--Ready-to-use Plated Media, PA-254056.06, 2013).
La prueba de reaction en cadena de polimerasa en el tejido de parafina confirmo la presencia de DNA de Yersinia
enterocolitica, implicando asi a Yersinia
como agente etiologico.
coli, or 48 h at 25[degrees]C for Yersinia
The aim of this study was to characterize Yersinia
enterocolitica biotype1Aisolatedfrom swine slaughterhouses and markets in Saao Paulo, Brazil.
Researchers, who in recent years have recovered the medieval plague bacterium's full genome, a remarkable achievement, can detect nothing in the genetic code of the medieval Yersinia
bacterium that made it more deadly than modern strains.
Esta infeccion es producida por Yersinia
ruckeri aislada por primera vez, en el Valle Hagerman (USA) a principios del 1950 (Rucker 1966, Ross et al.
Blood cultures were negative for any bacterial or fungal growth after 48 hours; stool cultures were negative for Salmonella, Shigella, Campylobacter, Giardia, generalized Yersinia
, and Escherichia coli 0157:H7.
Hence, Violet red glucose bile (VRGB) agar (Oxoid, UK) was used to identify the isolates as Enterobacteriaceae, followed by differential media specific for each bacterial genus (E coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Proteus, Yersinia
The etiologic agent of plague, Yersinia
pestis, is a gramnegative coccobacillus and a facultative intracellular pathogen.