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Volume 6, Number 5—October 2000

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Competitive Exclusion of Salmonella Enteritidis by Salmonella Gallinarum in Poultry

Wolfgang Rabsch*, Billy M. Hargis†, Renée M. Tsolis†, Robert A. Kingsley†, Karl-Heinz Hinz‡, Helmut Tschäpe*, and Andreas J. Bäumler†Comments to Author 

Author affiliations: *Robert Koch Institute, Wernigerode, Germany; †Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA; ‡School of Veterinary Medicine, Hanover, Germany

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(A) S. Gallinarum infections in chickens in England and Wales (closed squares) (2,28) and the Federal Republic of Germany (open squares) (31). (B) Human cases of S. Enteritidis infections per year reported from England and Wales (closed circles) (3,27) and the Federal Republic of Germany (open circles) (Zentrales Überwachungsprogram Salmonella, ZÜPSALM).

Figure. (A) S. Gallinarum infections in chickens in England and Wales (closed squares) (2,28) and the Federal Republic of Germany (open squares) (31). (B) Human cases of S. Enteritidis infections per year reported from England and Wales (closed circles) (3,27) and the Federal Republic of Germany (open circles) (Zentrales Überwachungsprogram Salmonella, ZÜPSALM).

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