University of New Hampshire scientists in partnership with the Food & Drug Administration and public health and shellfish management agencies in five states have identified a new strain of a bacterial pathogen that has contaminated seafood, sickening shellfish consumers along the Atlantic Coast of North America at increasing rates over the last decade.
New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station scientists have discovered that a Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain identified
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