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Salmonella’s hypervirulent strains

New strains of salmonella that act like a Trojan Horse have been found, giving researchers a better chance at preventing food poisoning outbreaks. The hypervirulent strains only activate after infection, posing even higher risks to human and animal health. Salmonella food poisoning generally occurs in contaminated farm products, but can also be transferred to fruit, nut and vegetable products.

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