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A simplified and cost-effective enrichment protocol for the isolation of Campylobacter spp. from retail broiler meat without microaerobic incubation

Ping Zhou, Syeda K Hussain, Mark R Liles, Covadonga R Arias, Steffen Backert, Jessica Kieninger and Omar A Oyarzabal*

BMC Microbiology 2011, 11:175  doi:10.1186/1471-2180-11-175

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Correction by corresponding author

Omar Oyarzabal   (2012-09-26 12:03)  Institute for Environmental Health, Inc.

Reference 2 should be Anon: C-EnterNet 2008 Annual Report, National Integrated Enteric Pathogen Surveillance Program. Public Health Agency of Canada; 2010 [http://www.phacaspc.gc.ca/c-enternet/pubs/2008/index-eng.php].

Reference 6 should be Sails et al:Evaluation of three microaerobic systems for the growth and recovery ofCampylobacter spp. In: Lastovica, AJ, Newell, DG, Lastovica, EE. Campylobacter, Helicobacter and related organisms. pp. Pinelands, South Africa: The Rustica Press.1998, 39-42.

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There are no competing interests

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