Vibrio parahaemolyticus is an emerging foodborne pathogen in the Mediterranean, usually associated with shellfish consumption. The increase in the number of outbreaks in Europe is primarily associated with the global warming of the ocean that has a great impact on the spread and genetic selection of waterborne pathogens. The primary role of Italy in Europe's mollusk production, together with the fact that cases of infections with V. parahaemolyticus are not always notified to the European community, highlighted the necessity of acquiring new information about the epidemiological involvement of shellfish products.

Molecular Typing of Vibrio parahaemolyticus Strains Isolated from Mollusks in the North Adriatic Sea

RAHMAN, MOHAMMAD SHAMSUR
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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CARRARO, ROBERTA
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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CARDAZZO, BARBARA
Conceptualization
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CARRARO, LISA
Visualization
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MARTINO, MARIA ELENA
Visualization
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ANDREANI, NADIA ANDREA
Visualization
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NOVELLI, ENRICO
Visualization
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BALZAN, STEFANIA;FASOLATO, LUCA
Conceptualization
2017

Abstract

Vibrio parahaemolyticus is an emerging foodborne pathogen in the Mediterranean, usually associated with shellfish consumption. The increase in the number of outbreaks in Europe is primarily associated with the global warming of the ocean that has a great impact on the spread and genetic selection of waterborne pathogens. The primary role of Italy in Europe's mollusk production, together with the fact that cases of infections with V. parahaemolyticus are not always notified to the European community, highlighted the necessity of acquiring new information about the epidemiological involvement of shellfish products.
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