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PLoS neglected tropical diseases, ISSN 1935-2735, 2017, Volume 11, Issue 8, p. e0005424
The Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD) is a landmark initiative that systematically quantifies the prevalence, morbidity, and mortality for hundreds of diseases, injuries, and risk factors of global health importance... 
SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS | COUNTRIES | TRACHOMA | ELIMINATION | INFECTION | AZITHROMYCIN | PREVALENCE | HEALTH | FOOD-BORNE TREMATODIASIS | AFRICAN PROGRAM | PARASITOLOGY | TROPICAL MEDICINE | Quality-Adjusted Life Years | Virus Diseases - epidemiology | Prevalence | Bacterial Infections - economics | Global Health | Virus Diseases - economics | Humans | Risk Factors | Cost of Illness | Communicable Disease Control | Incidence | Parasitic Diseases - economics | Neglected Diseases - mortality | Neglected Diseases - economics | Bacterial Infections - epidemiology | Neglected Diseases - epidemiology | Virus Diseases - mortality | Parasitic Diseases - mortality | Bacterial Infections - mortality | Parasitic Diseases - epidemiology | Tropical Medicine | Prevention | Medical research | Care and treatment | Bacterial infections | Protozoan diseases | Medicine, Experimental | Research | Health care | Pediatrics | Cysticercosis | Policies | Mental disorders | Funding | Sanitation | Mental health | Viral diseases | Disorders | Infections | Veterinary medicine | Epidemiology | Tropical diseases | Schistosomiasis | Parasitic diseases | Investments | Trends | Public health | African trypanosomiasis | Vector-borne diseases | Human diseases | Mortality | Dengue | Leishmaniasis | Public policy | Disease control | Virology | Diseases | Neurological diseases | Infectious diseases | Rabies | Water quality | Diagnostic systems
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2008, 2nd ed., ISBN 0816069697, xvii, 350
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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2016, Volume 11, Issue 1, p. e0145839
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2007, Infectious disease, ISBN 9781588295187, xiii, 540
In "Foodborne Diseases", leading authorities present a broad overview of the microbial pathogens and toxins associated with foodborne illness while discussing pathogenicity, clinical epidemiology... 
Microbiology | Foodborne diseases | Food poisoning | Food Microbiology | Food | Other branches of medicine | Infectious Diseases | Medicine & Public Health | Pharmacology/Toxicology | Gastroenterology
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by Henry, Benoît and Maury, Mylène M and de Valk, Henriette and Lortholary, Olivier and Pourriat, Jean-Louis and Riou, Bruno and Pateron, Dominique and Yéni, Patrick and Azria, Elie and Abokasem, Ayman and Ache-Papillon, Chantal and Adam, Pascal and Agha-Mir, Ilhem and Aissa, Nejla and Akerman, Grégory and Al-Jalaby, Bachar and Albinet, Hélène and Chaouche, Zahr-Eddine Ali and Améri, Alain and Ampère, Alexandre and Amroun, Hakim and Ancelin, Pascal and André, Thierry and Andremont, Antoine and Andriau, Clara and Anteur, Wassila and Anuset, Delphine and Aoudia, Ourida and Arnault, Isabelle and Assi, Assi and Aubard, Yves and Audié, Jean-Pierre and Auvray, Etienne and Ayach, Badih and Badia, Thomas Bachelot Philippe and Bani-Sadr, Firouzé and Barbieux, Marianne and Barboteau, Annick and Barbut, Patricia and Baret, Mylène and Barillot, Isabelle and Barraud, Francis and Barre, Eric and Baud, Olivier and Beal Ardisson, Dominique and Bechade, Dominique and Becker-Schneider, Michelle and Belmonte, Olivier and Belot, Jean-Pierre and Benddif-Fin, Faiza and Benifla, Jean-Louis and Benkaci, Yacine and Benkhelil, Abdelaziz and Bensadoun, René-Jean and Bensaid, Thierry and Berger, Marc and Bernard, Louis and Bernasconi, François and Berteaux, Béatrice and Besnard, Marianne and Bezian, Marie-Christine and Bille, Emmanuelle and Blaison, Gilles and Blancs, Michèle and Bodson, Lucien and Boileau, Pascal and Bolot, Pascal and Bonnet, Richard and Bottero, Julie and Bouchet, Gérard and Bouden, Vincent and Boue, François and Claude Boufetteau, Jean and Bouiller, Marc and Bouillet, Laurence and Bourgeois, Stéphane and Bourrée, Thomas and Bourrouillou, Aude and Boussier, Remi and Bouyer, Jean-Luc and Bouziges, Nicole and Branger, Catherine and Brazille, Patricia and Bresson, Violaine and Breton, Anne-Laure and Breuil, Jacques and Briaud, Michel and Bronet, Nathalie and Bronowicki, Jean-Pierre and Brunet, Stéphanie and Brusset, Alain and Burucoa, Christophe and Cabié, André and Cadiot, Guillaume and Cambau, Emmanuelle and Cambonie, Gilles and Canu, Nathalie and Cardot, Florence and Cariou, Sylvie and Caron, François and ... and MONALISA study group and MONALISA Study Grp
The Lancet infectious diseases, ISSN 1473-3099, 2017, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp. 510 - 519
Summary Background Listeriosis is a severe foodborne infection and a notifiable disease in France... 
Infectious Disease | MORTALITY | MENINGITIS | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | MONOCYTOGENES | RISK-FACTORS | MANAGEMENT | GUIDELINES | SURVEILLANCE | PREGNANCY | Foodborne Diseases - microbiology | Infant, Newborn, Diseases - epidemiology | Prognosis | Prospective Studies | Humans | Listeriosis - diagnosis | Bacteremia - mortality | Male | Infant, Newborn, Diseases - microbiology | Listeriosis - epidemiology | Mandatory Reporting | Listeria monocytogenes - classification | Adult | Female | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - microbiology | Infant, Newborn | Meningoencephalitis - epidemiology | France - epidemiology | Meningoencephalitis - mortality | Pregnancy Complications, Infectious - epidemiology | Risk Factors | Listeria monocytogenes - isolation & purification | Hospitalization | Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical | Pregnancy | Meningoencephalitis - microbiology | Bacteremia - epidemiology | Listeriosis - microbiology | Aged | Population Surveillance | Listeriosis | Neonates | Food-borne diseases | Disease | Brain stem | Clinical trials | Infections | Genomes | Gestation | Epidemiology | Risk factors | Windows (intervals) | Listeria | Meningitis | Public health | Food | Dexamethasone | Bacterial infections | Mortality | Fetuses | Regression analysis | Clustering | Patients | Bacteremia | Meningoencephalitis | Studies | Surveillance | Medical prognosis | Health risk assessment | Cancer | Life Sciences
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2008, Food Science Text Series, ISBN 9780387745367, xviii, 276 p., 8 p. of plates
'Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens' is a a graduate level textbook focusing on information on molecular & cellular mechanism of several major foodborne bacterial... 
Foodborne diseases -- Microbiology | Pathogenic microorganisms | Food -- Microbiology | Immunological aspects | Host-bacteria relationships | Microbiology | Pathogenic bacteria | Bacterial genetics | Foodborne diseases | Chemistry | Food Science | Immunology | Medicine/Public Health, general | Bacteriology
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International journal of food microbiology, ISSN 0168-1605, 2010, Volume 139, Issue 1, pp. S3 - S15
The burden of diseases caused by food-borne pathogens remains largely unknown. Importantly data indicating trends in food-borne infectious intestinal disease is limited to a few industrialised countries, and even fewer pathogens... 
Salmonella | Food-borne diseases | Food-borne bacteria | Food-borne viruses | Antimicrobial resistance | Food-borne parasites | E. coli | Campylobacter | Drug resistance in microorganisms | Safety and security measures | Microbiology | Escherichia coli | Food contamination | Developing countries | Antibacterial agents | Global temperature changes | Disease transmission | Gastrointestinal diseases | Livestock | Health aspects | Food supply | Public health | Hepatitis A | Food
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