Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2019, Page: 179-183
Prevalence of Salmonella Spp Isolated from Poultry Products (Carcasses and Eggs) from Markets and Slaughterhouses of Bamako
Brahima Sacko, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Science, Techniques and Technology, Bamako, Mali; Diagnostic and Research Service, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Bamako, Mali
Satigui Sidibe, Diagnostic and Research Service, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Bamako, Mali
Modibo Kouyate, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Science, Techniques and Technology, Bamako, Mali
Oumar Traore, Diagnostic and Research Service, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Bamako, Mali
Ibrahim Sow, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Science, Techniques and Technology, Bamako, Mali; Diagnostic and Research Service, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Bamako, Mali
Kadiatou Coulibaly, Diagnostic and Research Service, Central Veterinary Laboratory, Bamako, Mali
Amadou Hamadoun Babana, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Science, Techniques and Technology, Bamako, Mali
Received: Nov. 17, 2019;       Accepted: Dec. 7, 2019;       Published: Dec. 23, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.ajbls.20190706.19      View  70      Downloads  38
Abstract
In Mali, poultry farming is a valuable source of income for the population. With huge production potential, the conditions necessary to achieve the quality and safety of poultry products must be in place. This study, conducted between February 2017and May2018 had the objective of assessing the bacteriological prevalence of salmonella in eggs and poultry carcasses slaughtered in the district of Bamako. It focused on analyzing carcasses384 and112 eggs collected from poultry at markets and slaughterhouses. The individual samples were first sown on medium preenrichment and on enrichment media followed by isolation of the bacteria on selective media and identification by biochemical tests. Work has established a global prevalence of bacteriological 12, 90%which varied depending on the type of poultry forhens14.91% against10.88%guinea fowl, the nature of the sample (eggs (09, 82%) and carcasses (13.80%) and the sampling site (the more was observed at Niamakoro monitoring Boulkassoumbougou and Hamdallaye).
Keywords
Prevalence, Salmonella, Poultry, Bamako
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Brahima Sacko, Satigui Sidibe, Modibo Kouyate, Oumar Traore, Ibrahim Sow, Kadiatou Coulibaly, Amadou Hamadoun Babana, Prevalence of Salmonella Spp Isolated from Poultry Products (Carcasses and Eggs) from Markets and Slaughterhouses of Bamako, American Journal of Biomedical and Life Sciences. Vol. 7, No. 6, 2019, pp. 179-183. doi: 10.11648/j.ajbls.20190706.19
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