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Viability and Virulence of Experimentally Stressed Nonculturable Salmonella typhimurium

Abstract : Maintenance of pathogenicity of viable but nonculturable Salmonella typhimurium cells experimentally stressed with UV-C and seawater, was investigated relative to the viability level of the cellular population. Pathogenicity, tested in a mouse model, was lost concomitantly with culturability, whereas cell viability remained undamaged, as determined by respiratory activity and cytoplasmic membrane and genomic integrities.
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Audrey Caro, Patrice Got, Jean Lesné, Sylvie Binard, Bernard Baleux. Viability and Virulence of Experimentally Stressed Nonculturable Salmonella typhimurium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1999, 65 (7), pp.3229-3232. ⟨10.1128/aem.65.7.3229-3232.1999⟩. ⟨hal-03867322⟩

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