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Vol. 9, Issue 2 (2020)

Bacteriological prevalence of Salmonella in poultry carcasses slaughtered in the district of Bamako

Author(s):
Brahima Sacko, Satigui Sidibe, Modibo Kouyate and Amadou Hamadoun Babana
Abstract:
This study conducted in 2016 was to assess the bacteriological prevalence of Salmonella in poultry slaughtered bodies in the District of Bamako. It focused on 150 samples of organs (112 hens and 38 guinea fowl organs collected from poultry carcasses slaughtered in eight (08) poultry slaughterhouses spread over the banks right and left. The individual samples were first seeded on a preenrichment medium and then follow enrichment media for the isolation of the bacteria on selective media and identification by biochemical tests. The work has established a comprehensive bacteriological prevalence rate of 16 67% which has varied depending on the bank, of the species of poultry and the type of organ tested (21.33% for the markets of the left bank and 12% for the right bank markets, 18.80% for chickens and 10.5% for guinea fowl, 20.21% for the intestines and 10.71% for the liver.).
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How to cite this article:
Brahima Sacko, Satigui Sidibe, Modibo Kouyate, Amadou Hamadoun Babana. Bacteriological prevalence of Salmonella in poultry carcasses slaughtered in the district of Bamako. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(2):316-318.

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