The Enter-net and Salm-gene databases of foodborne bacterial pathogens that cause human infections in Europe and beyond: An international collaboration in surveillance and the development of intervention strategies

Ian Fisher*, E. J. Threlfall, Owen Gill, W. J. Reilly, H. R. Smith, F. Stalham, F. Allerberger, C. Berghold, R. Strauss, J. M. Collard, G. Marchant, D. Pierard, L. K. Ng, P. Sockett, P. Gerner-Smidt, K. Mølbak, F. Scheutz, S. J. O'Brien, L. R. Ward, M. KuusiA. Siitonen, H. de Valk, P. Grimont, A. Ammon, H. Karch, H. Tschäpe, K. Mellou, P. T. Tassios, A. Vatopoulos, M. Cormican, P. McKeown, A. Caprioli, I. Luzzi, A. Tozzi, N. Okabe, H. Watanabe, P. Huberty-Krau, F. Schneider, W. van Pelt, Y. van Duynhoven, W. Wannet, F. Thomson-Carter, D. Phillips, J. Lassen, L. Vold, C. Furtado, J. Machado, J. Coia, J. Cowden, M. Hanson, K. Keddy, A. Echeita, G. Hernández-Pezzi, Y. Andersson, S. Löfdahl, R. Wollin, H. Hächler, H. Schmid, A. Gatto, Jonathan Green, Tansy Peters, S. Lukinmaa, U. M. Nakari

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