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A method of secondary enrichment for salmonellas independent of selectively toxic chemicals

  • R. W. S. Harvey (a1), D. E. Mahabir (a1) and T. H. Price (a1)

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A method of secondary enrichment is described suitable for the isolation of a wide range of salmonella serotypes from abattoir swabs and polluted river water. The technique does not employ selectively toxic chemicals.

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A method of secondary enrichment for salmonellas independent of selectively toxic chemicals

  • R. W. S. Harvey (a1), D. E. Mahabir (a1) and T. H. Price (a1)

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