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A genus of the Enterobacteriaceae, motile Gram-negative bacteria that can cause enteric fevers (e.g. typhoid, caused by S. typhi), food poisoning (usually S. typhimurium or S. enteridis) and occasionally septicaemia in nonintestinal tissues.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Biological Sciences.

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