Salmonella Infantis in broilers - Martha Pulido-Landínez

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July 16, 2018
Dear Prof. Pulido- Landinez,
Thank you for your precious talk.
I also studied S. Infantis in whole PhD and my thesis was about
S. Infantis in Turkey as well.

Sincerely
Özlem SAHAN YAPICIER
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Dr. Md. Zaminur Rahman Dr. Md. Zaminur Rahman
DVM, MSc Poultry, PGT-on Poultry Disease Control and Prevention Pedagogic Skills by FAO-Tuft University of America.
July 16, 2018
Very nice work and will help the industrialist.
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Emad Elgazzar Emad Elgazzar
MASTER and PHD degree in microbiology
July 17, 2018

Thank you very much for that interesting clarification about that microorganism -Salmonella infantis and the methods of control even if the chicken does not suffer from that problem as a disease. We could minimize that problem in the processing plants by using some agents to wash the carcasses with it and by quality control in the taking samples to lab. After that, we can protect humans from the risk of infection.

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August 7, 2018

Dear Martha Pulido-Landínez
Actually, Salmonellosis is my field of interest and I'm working on.


Best Regards,

Shahrooz Masaeli
PhD of Avian Diseases
Veterinary Organization of Iran

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