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Table 1 Distribution of Salmonella serovars in study samples (n = 120)

From: Antimicrobial resistance profiles and virulence genotyping of Salmonella enterica serovars recovered from broiler chickens and chicken carcasses in Egypt

Serotypes Antigenic formula Sample type (n) Total (n = 420)
Broiler chicken farms Retail shops
Cloacal swabs (n = 150) Environmental samples (n = 100) Chicken carcass (n = 170)
S. Enteritidis O:1,9,12; H1:g,m; H2:- 20 10 18 48 (11.4%)
S. Typhimurium O:1,4,5,12; H1:I;H2:1,2 19 6 11 36 (8.6%)
S.Kentucky O:8,20; H1:I; H2:Z6 1 3 8 12 (2.85%)
S.Molade O:8,20;H1:Z10;H2:Z6 6 6 12 (2.85%)
S. Bargny O:8,20;H1:i;H2:1,5 2 2 2 6 (1.4%)
S. Inganda O:6,7;H1:Z10;H2:1,5 4 4 (0.95%)
S. Infantis O:6,7;H1:r;H2:1,5 1 1 2 (0.48%)
Total 48 (32%) 22 (22%) 50 (29.4%) 120 (28.6%)