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In this study we report the detection of the recently described gene in two human isolates of serovar Typhimurium. The strains were isolated from faecal samples of two Italian patients with gastroenteritis, collected in 2016. The identified genes (variant ) differed from the gene originally described in a strain of swine origin from Italy. species could represent a hidden reservoir for genes.

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2018-01-11
2018-12-18
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