Table 2

Bacterial strains used in this studya
Group/genus and species Strain name and serotype No. strains Yeard
Salmonella (nā€‰=ā€‰24) SL856-874 Typhimurium 19 2009
SL535 Typhimurium 1 2005
SL302 Newport 1 2003
SL317 Newport 1 2003
SL192 Typhi 1 1996
Non-Salmonella strain (nā€‰=ā€‰36)
E. coli EC1275 O157:H7 1
EC118 ETEC 1
EC1434 DEC5A 1
EC1495 STEC 1
EC1472 STEC 1
EC1670 O121:HNM 1
EC1770 O26 1
EC1783 O111 1
EC1790 O145 1
EC1794 O145:NM 1
EC1795 O145:NM 1
EC1395 O26:H2 1
EC1403 O26:H- 1
EC1405 O111:H8 1
EC1406 O121:HNM 1
EC1407 O26:NM 1
EC118 ETEC 1
EC1434 DEC5A 1
EC1495 STEC 1
EC1472 STEC 1
Shigella sonnei SH20145 1
dysenteriae SH20152 1
flexneri SH20155 1
boydii SH20140 1
Klebsiella pneumoniae ATCC13883 1
Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC27853 1
Staphylococcus aureus ATCC25923 1
epidermidis ATCC12228 1
pyogenes ATCC19615 1
Vibrio alginolytica ATCC17749 1
parahemolyticus ATCC17802 1
vulasfians ATCC27562 1
Enterobacter cloacae ATTCC23355 1
cloacae ATCC13047 1
cloacae ATCC13048 1
Citrobacter freundii ATCC8090 1

aSalmonella enterica strains (n = 144) of the SARA and SARB reference collections used in this study can be located in Additional file 1: Table S1).

bStrains from recent Salmonella outbreaks.

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