Publication year: 2012 Source: Journal of Microbiological Methods, Available online 8 January 2012 Snehal Jadhav, Mrinal Bhave, Enzo A. Palombo Listeria monocytogenesis an important foodborne pathogen responsible for non-invasive and invasive diseases in the elderly, pregnant women, neonates and immunocompromised populations. This bacterium has many similarities with other non-pathogenicListeriaspecies which makes its detection from food and environmental samples challenging. Subtyping ofL.
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