Epidemiologic and clinical features of Campylobacter jejuni infection.
What does Cje stand for?
Cje stands for Campylobacter Jejuni
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- Central Jersey Disney Pin Traders
- Canadian Journal of Development Studies
- Chicago Jewish Day School (Chicago, IL)
- Columbus Jewish Day School (New Albany, OH)
- Cecil Junior Dance Troupe (North East, MD)
- Christian-Jewish Dialogue of Toronto (Canada)
- Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure (Washington, DC)
- Criminal Justice Drug Team (UK)
- Committee for Justice for Domingo and Viernes (Philippines)
- Cambridge Journal of Economics
- Canadian Journal of Economics
- Canadian Journal of Education
- Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi (Canadian youth employment firm)
- Cercle des Jeunes Entrepreneurs (French: Circle of Young Entrepreneurs)
- Certified Journalism Educator
- Chicago Jazz Ensemble (Chicago, IL)
- Club Jeep de l'Est (French: Jeep Club East; Canada)
- Club Junior-Entreprises (French: Junior Enterprise Club)
- Collège Jean-Eudes (Canadian private school)
- Contrat Jeunes en Entreprise (French: Youth Contract Company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Origin and prevalence of Campylobacter jejuni in poultry processing.
A case control study on a total of 177 patients-59 patients with Guillain barre syndrome, 58 patients with non-paralytic neurological disease as neurological controls and 60 patients from various other wards of the hospital as non-neurological controls was carried out to investigate the association between Campylobacter jejuni infection and Guillain barre syndrome (GBS).
Oxoid a world leading microbiology brand, have launched Brilliance[TM] CampyCount Agar, a new, highly selective, easy-to-read chromogenic medium specifically designed for the identification and enumeration of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli in poultry and related samples, at the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) Fifth European Symposium on Food Safety (Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany, 7-9 October).
The study of about 1,230 cases of Campylobacter jejuni among people in Lancaster, England, found that 97 percent of the cases were attributed to animals farmed for meat and poultry.
Introduction Campylobacter jejuni is typically found to cause about 80% of campylobacteriosis cases.
The reference strain used was Campylobacter jejuni (ATCC 33560; American Type Culture Collection, Manassas, VA).