Last Posted: Aug 13, 2019
Whole-Genome Sequencing-Based Characterization of 100 Listeria monocytogenes Isolates Collected from Food Processing Environments over a Four-Year Period.
Hurley Daniel et al. mSphere 2019 Aug (4)
Whole-genome sequencing reveals Listeria monocytogenes diversity and allows identification of long-term persistent strains in Brazil.
Camargo Anderson C et al. Environmental microbiology 2019 Jun
Outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes in South Africa, 2017-2018: Laboratory Activities and Experiences Associated with Whole-Genome Sequencing Analysis of Isolates.
Smith Anthony M et al. Foodborne pathogens and disease 2019 May
Listeria monocytogenes isolates from ready to eat plant produce are diverse and have virulence potential.
Smith Alva et al. International journal of food microbiology 2019 Mar 23-32
Listeria monocytogenes Associated with Pasteurized Chocolate Milk, Ontario, Canada.
Hanson Heather et al. Emerging infectious diseases 2019 Mar (3) 581-584
LiSEQ - whole-genome sequencing of a cross-sectional survey of Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods and human clinical cases in Europe.
Painset Anaïs et al. Microbial genomics 2019 Feb
Notes from the Field: Outbreak of Listeriosis Likely Associated with Prepackaged Caramel Apples - United States, 2017.
Marus Jessica R et al. MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report 2019 01 (3) 76-77
Utility of Whole Genome Sequencing To Describe the Persistence and Evolution of Listeria monocytogenes Strains within Crabmeat Processing Environments Linked to Two Outbreaks of Listeriosis.
Elson Richard et al. Journal of food protection 2019 Jan (1) 30-38
Whole genome sequencing confirms source of pathogens associated with bacterial foodborne illness in pets fed raw pet food.
Jones Jennifer L et al. Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation : official publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc 2019 Jan 1040638718823046
Shared genome analyses of notable listeriosis outbreaks, highlighting the critical importance of epidemiological evidence, input datasets and interpretation criteria.
Reimer Aleisha et al. Microbial genomics 2019 Jan
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