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Salmonellosis is the disease caused by any of more than 2000 Salmonella serotypes. In swine, only a few serotypes cause disease, usually manifested as septicemia and/or enterocolitis, sometimes by tissue localization of infection at various sites. Salmonella infections in asymptomatic swine may serve as a source of Salmonella infection to humans via contamination of pork products.

The Kernel Salmonella ELISA can be used to detect infection in pigs caused by Salmonella strains belonging to the serogroup B, C1 and D (the most common serotypes isolated in Europe, Asia and America). The test is suitable for large-scale screening and for application in control programs of Salmonella infections in swine