The isolation of Yersinia species from retailed sausages containing venison

The isolation of Yersinia species from retailed sausages containing venison
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Abstract

Thirteen isolates of Yersinia spp., regarded as environmental strains, were recovered from 70 sausages containing venison which were presented for sale through retail outlets. It is not possible to incriminate venison as the source of these strains because the sausages contained other food ingredients. The pathogenic potential of such environmental strains remains unclear.

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