You might try the US CDC website, www.cdc.gov. In the early 80's I was
involved in an outbreak involved with adopted orphans from
India. Generally, we hardly ever see this serotype in Washington State,
where I work.
John Kobayashi, MD, MPH
State Epidemiologist for Communicable Diseases
Washington State Department of Health
On Thu, 3 Aug 2000, Richard Oeffner wrote:
>> You might try ATCC.org, they have a large catalog and you may be able to find
> this strain and if so, they usually have several references listed.
>> You could also try theprokaryotes.com (?) It is a new online database of The
> Prokaryotes, but it is expensive...although there is a free 30 day trial.
>> That's all I can come up with right now.
>> Richard Oefner
> CSU San Marcos USA
>> HeC wrote:
>> > Hi group
> > does anyone know something about Salmonella Alachua ? Which host would it
> > like to be adapted to ?
> > Where on the web can I find further information about specific salmonellaes
> > (4:12:b, Montevideo, adabracha, and Alachua).
> > Thanks in advance
> > Hec -Denmark