Traditional Salmonella Typhimurium typing tools (phage typing and MLVA) are sufficient to resolve well-defined outbreak events only
Helen Kathleen Crabb, Joanne Lee Allen, Joanne Maree Devlin, Simon Matthew Firestone, Mark Stevenson, Colin Reginald Wilks, James Rudkin Gilkerson
Food Microbiology | ACADEMIC PRESS LTD- ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2019
The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the producers and farm managers without whom this study could not have been conducted. We also acknowledge the support of the typing laboratory (Microbiological Diagnostic Unit, Victoria) for their assistance in serotyping and MLVA profiling of the chicken meat study isolates and Joan Powling for her assistance in providing the human and non-human surveillance data for this study. H. Crabb was funded by a Postgraduate Training Award and this project was supported by funding from the Cybec Foundation.