volume 27, issue 3, P517-533 2013
DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2013.06.001
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Abstract: New foodborne pathogens continue to emerge, and the globalization of the food supply means that the safety of our food depends on policies and practices in many countries. Public health surveillance of foodborne bacterial pathogens depends on culture, isolation, and subtyping. New diagnostic strategies that bypass culture threaten public health surveillance in the short-term but offer the potential for more refined and rapid outbreak detection in the future. Infectious disease clinicians play a critical role i…

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