Salmonella enterica serovar Bareilly (S. Bareilly) has been among the top 20 most frequently isolated serovars in the United States and has been observed recently in layer flocks in Korea. Between 2013 and 2014, 45 S. Bareilly isolates were obtained from five commercial layer farms and nine retail markets in Korea. Among the 45 isolates, four pulsed-field gel electrophoresis patterns were observed, with pattern B being the predominant and comprising 67% of the 45 isolates. The most common antimicrobial resistance was streptomycin (24.4%) and cephalothin (6.7%). This is the first report describing epidemiological characteristics of S. Bareilly, including geographical variation, in Korea.
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