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A review of Salmonella infections in reptiles with particular reference to Gekkonidae

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A summary of the occurrence of Salmonella in chelonians, ophidians, crocodilians and saurians, particularly geckos, is provided. A wide variety of Salmonella serotypes have been isolated from at least 22 species of gekkonidae. The carrier rate in wild geckos ranges from 2 to 64%. A discussion on the potential health hazard posed by geckos to handlers and pet owners is provided. The symptoms, pathology and treatment of salmonellosis in reptiles are also described.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University College, Cork, Ireland

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2016-12-06

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