A review on Salmonella bacteria in human and animal

  • Reem Zuhair Shinashal Department of biology, College of Girls Education, University of Mosul, Iraq

Abstract

Salmonella (Salmonella) is a bacterium (like sticks), which is very common in nature and in many organisms. There are more than 2, 000 different species, and over 200 of them cause diseases in humans. Secondary infections are therefore possible. In general, the enemies of this virus are orally (through the mouth), through ingestion of contaminated food and / or water. This germ can contaminate food and poison it in a way that affects thousands of patients. Salmonella infections in poultry are responsible for many acute or chronic disease cases. Three forms of the disease are taken. The first is the salmonella pullorum and salmonella gallinarum. Salmonella gallinarum causes chicken typhoid, but it rarely causes inflammation of the bowel in humans. Absolutely a systemic infection of experimental lab animals.

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2019-01-05
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Reem Zuhair Shinashal. (2019). A review on Salmonella bacteria in human and animal. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 10(1), 531-536. Retrieved from https://pharmascope.org/index.php/ijrps/article/view/93
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