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Salmonella arizonae in the United Kingdom from 1966 to 1990

  • M. L. M. Hall (a1) and B. Rowe (a1)

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Salmonella arizonae are rarely isolated in the UK. Since 1966 there have been sixty-six isolates from humans of whom 35% gave a recent history of foreign travel. Terrapins and snakes are potential sources of infection.

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