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Comparative genomic hybridization of strains of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis from Uruguay, other distant geographical regions and other serovars isolated in Uruguay


ABSTRACT: Microarray based CGH was conducted over a group of 29 strains of S. Enteritidis spanning different epidemiological periods in Uruguay, plus 6 other S. Enteritidis strains isolated from distant geographical regions. We also included 9 Salmonella enterica strains of other serovars isolated in Uruguay. A S. Enteritidis dispensable genome of 233 chromosomal genes and high extent of variation in virulence plasmid was found. Strains isolated before the epidemic show the highest genomic differences as compared with the PT4 reference strain. Comparison with the gene content of other serovars demonstrate extensive horizontal gene transfer between circulating strains beyond serovar definition. Our results show that the epidemic of S Enteritidis in Uruguay was produced by the introduction of strains closely related to PT4, and corroborate the extensive genetic homogeneity among S. Enteritidis isolates worldwide. Phage SE14 emerges as the only specific region for S. Enteritidis. Genetic differences detected in pre-epidemic strains, mainly associated with the absence of phage SE20, suggest that genetic features encoded in this phage may be related to particular epidemiological behavior.

ORGANISM(S): Salmonella enterica  

SUBMITTER: Maria Fookes  

PROVIDER: E-TABM-603 | ArrayExpress | 2009-03-03

REPOSITORIES: ArrayExpress

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Prevalence of Salmonella enterica in poultry and eggs in Uruguay during an epidemic due to Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis.

Betancor L L   Pereira M M   Martinez A A   Giossa G G   Fookes M M   Flores K K   Barrios P P   Repiso V V   Vignoli R R   Cordeiro N N   Algorta G G   Thomson N N   Maskell D D   Schelotto F F   Chabalgoity J A JA  

Journal of clinical microbiology 20100519 7


Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis (S. Enteritidis) is frequently associated with food-borne disease worldwide. Poultry-derived products are a major source. An epidemic of human infection with S. Enteritidis occurred in Uruguay, and to evaluate the extent of poultry contamination, we conducted a nationwide survey over 2 years that included the analysis of sera from 5,751 birds and 12,400 eggs. Serological evidence of infection with Salmonella group O:9 was found in 24.4% of the birds. All p  ...[more]

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