Latest salmonellosis Stories

2011-05-17 15:30:00

MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Boss Pet Products, Inc. announced that it is recalling its Diggers Natural Treat Pig Ear pet treats because the products have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

2011-04-05 15:48:00

SALINAS, Calif., April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fresh Express is voluntarily recalling 2,939 cases of 9 oz.

2011-02-24 08:37:00

Next-generation sequencing provides important clues to traceback investigation SILVER SPRING, Md., Feb.

2010-12-29 06:15:00

A US food safety agency warned consumers on Monday against eating alfalfa sprouts and spicy sprouts (a mixture of three types of sprouts) from Tiny Greens Organic Farm in Urbana, Illinois, after reports surfaced that the foods were tainted with salmonella, possibly behind the 89 cases found throughout the Midwest.

2010-11-23 06:20:00

University of Missouri researchers have created a new test for salmonella in poultry and eggs that will produce faster and more accurate results than most currently available tests.

2010-10-04 05:55:00

Health Officials in Oklahoma are looking into a salmonella outbreak affecting several schoolchildren and adults and believe the outbreak could be connected to similar outbreaks in Nebraska and Iowa.

2010-10-01 12:50:00

New findings could explain how Salmonella bacteria, a common cause of food poisoning, efficiently spread in people.

2010-09-23 09:31:48

The model is based on transplanting human immune stem cells from umbilical blood into mice that are susceptible to infection.

2010-09-22 19:40:10

A study led by researchers at UC Davis has found how the bacteria Salmonella enterica — a common cause of food poisoning — exploits immune response in the human gut to enhance its own reproductive and transmission success.

2010-08-27 06:40:00

A recall of more than a half billion contaminated eggs last week from two Iowa producers may have been caused by chicken feed tainted with salmonella bacteria.

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  • The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
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The word 'adustion' comes from the Latin 'adustio', 'burning'.