Diagnostic notes: Serologic basis for assessment of subclinical Salmonella infection in swine: Part 1
Isabel Turney Harris, DVM, PhD
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Within the last 10 years, serology has been used to determine the prevalence of salmonellae on pig farms and has been adopted by several countries into national control programs designed to reduce occurrence of salmonellae on the farm and in pork. Serology is an attractive alternative to bacteriologic methods, which have low sensitivity and which are expensive.
Keywords: diagnosis, salmonella, serology, infection, subclinical
Cite as: Harris IT. Diagnostic notes: Serologic basis for assessment of subclinical Salmonella infection in swine: Part 1. J Swine Health Prod 2003;11(5):247-251.
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