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Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil

Gabriel Augusto Marques Rossi, Higor Oliveira Silva, Carlos Eduardo Gamero Aguilar, Arina Lázaro Rochetti, Ben Pascoe, Guillaume Méric, Evangelos Mourkas, Matthew Hitchings Orcid Logo, Luis Antonio Mathias, Vera Letticie de Azevedo Ruiz, Heidge Fukumasu, Samuel K Sheppard, Ana Maria Centola Vidal

FEMS Microbiology Letters

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DOI (Published version): 10.1093/femsle/fnx283

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The population genomic analysis of 262 Bacillus cereus isolates from the Brazilian dairy pruduction demonstrated a diversity of strains and variability of putative function. Large numbers of strains were potentially able to cause foodborne illness with high numbers of isolates carrying toxin-associa...

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Published: Oxford Academic 2017
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title Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil
spellingShingle Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil
Matthew Hitchings
title_short Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil
title_full Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil
title_fullStr Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil
title_full_unstemmed Comparative genomic survey of Bacillus cereus sensu stricto isolates from the dairy production chain in Brazil
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Guillaume Méric
Evangelos Mourkas
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Luis Antonio Mathias
Vera Letticie de Azevedo Ruiz
Heidge Fukumasu
Samuel K Sheppard
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description The population genomic analysis of 262 Bacillus cereus isolates from the Brazilian dairy pruduction demonstrated a diversity of strains and variability of putative function. Large numbers of strains were potentially able to cause foodborne illness with high numbers of isolates carrying toxin-associated genes. This study will contribute to targeted interventions to reduce milk contamination and spoilage associated with B. cereus in Brazil.
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