Volume 17, Number 1—January 2011
Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Major Pathogens
|Pathogens for which laboratory-confirmed illnesses were scaled up
||Pathogens for which US population was scaled down|
|Active surveillance data||Passive surveillance data||Outbreak surveillance data|
|Campylobacter spp.||Brucella spp.||Bacillus cereus||Astrovirus|
|Cryptosporidium spp.||Clostridium botulinum||Clostridium perfringens||Norovirus|
|Cyclospora cayetanensis||Giardia intestinalis||ETEC†||Rotavirus|
|STEC O157||Hepatitis A virus||Staphylococcus aureus||Sapovirus|
|STEC non-O157||Mycobacterium bovis||Streptococcus spp. group A||Toxoplasma gondii|
|Listeria monocytogenes||Trichinella spp.|
|Salmonella spp., nontyphoidal‡||Vibrio cholerae, toxigenic|
|S. enterica serotype Typhi||Vibrio parahaemolyticus|
|Shigella spp.||Vibrio vulnificus|
|Yersinia enterocolitica||Vibrio spp., other|
*ETEC, enterotoxigenic Escherichi coli; STEC, Shiga toxin–producing E. coli.
†Numbers of E. coli other than STEC or ETEC assumed to be same as for ETEC.
‡Includes all serotypes other than Typhi.
1Current affiliation: Colorado School of Public Health, Aurora, Colorado, USA.
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