New salmonella serotype discovered

New salmonella serotype discovered

Salmonella Lubbock will provide new avenues for research into preventing the bacteria.

RESEARCHERS at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, have discovered a new salmonella serotype, confirming that there is still much to be uncovered about this bacteria.

Marie Bugarel, a research assistant professor with the Texas Tech department of animal and food sciences, discovered the new serotype — confirmed by the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France, the international reference center for salmonella — which will be named Salmonella Lubbock

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