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Supplemental Figure 1: PFGE patterns for L. monocytogenes isolates from five establishments where L monocytogenes was isolated on two separate samplings.
Supplemental Figure 2: Correlation between establishment size (in sq ft; panel A) and employee numbers (panel B) and L. monocytogenes prevalence found in our study.
Supplemental Table 2. Detailed information for clinical bovine Salmonella isolates collected from farms at multiple visits
Supplemental Figure 1. PFGE patterns, for isolates from farms 524, 490, 259, 584, and 510, which show closely related PFGE patterns and identical STs
Supplemental Figure 2. Geographical associations of human and bovine isolates with PFGE types that were found among both humans and cattle
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Matthew J. Stasiewicz, Teresa Bergholz, and Martin Wiedmann, The Combination of Lactate and Diacetate Synergisticallly Reduces Cold Growth in BHI Broth Across Listeria monocytogenes Lineages. J Food Prot. 2010 Apr; 73(4):631-40
Supplemental Table S1: This file contains initial cell density, lag phase duration, maximum growth rate, and final cell density values for each of the thirteen L. monocytogenes strains grown in the presence or absence of sodium diacetate and/or sodium lactate.
Supplemental Table S2: This file contains correlation coefficients for all pairs of growth parameters for the overall data set, as well as for each individual growth inhibitor treatment