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Salmonella Arizonae
(Arizona Bacteria)


Gram-negative rods widely distributed in lizards and snakes, and implicated in enteric, bone (bone diseases), and joint infections (joint diseases) in humans.

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<b>Salmonella</b> typhi, the agent of
Salmonella typhi, the agent of
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<b>Salmonella</b> sp. after 24 hours
Salmonella sp. after 24 hours
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<b>Salmonella arizonae</b>.
Salmonella arizonae.
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<b>Salmonella</b> - <b>Salmonella</b>
Salmonella - Salmonella
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<b>Salmonella arizonae</b> photo
Salmonella arizonae photo
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Disseminated <b>Salmonella</b>
Disseminated Salmonella
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Like E. coli, <b>Salmonella</b> are
Like E. coli, Salmonella are
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Disseminated <b>Salmonella</b>
Disseminated Salmonella
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Pseudovates arizonaePlagiodera arizonaeCarmenta arizonaeArizona mantisArizona WoodpeckerHoplopleura hirsutaMexican Whip-poor-willArizona SandsharksScenic, ArizonaArizona State Route 66

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