Denmark - New research in salmonella infections

The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries has just given DKK 7 million to a research project that will make it easier for scientists and the authorities to find the sources of salmonella infections.
Friday 19 February 2010 (8 years ago)
The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries has just given DKK 7 million to a research project that will make it easier for scientists and the authorities to find the sources of salmonella infections.

The idea behind the research project is to use genetically based methods to differentiate between salmonella types from different sources. The hope is that the research results will set a new standard for international work in tracing salmonella sources and that they will also be used for tracing campylobacter sources. The project is expected to end in 2012.

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