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Table 2 Microbiological methods used to isolate and identify Salmonella

From: Prevalence of human Salmonellosis in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis

First author Pre-enrichment Selective and differential media BT SAT
Ashenafi [30] nr SB, MA, BGA yes Yes
Mache [32] nr SF, MA, BGA,SSA yes Yes
Mache [35] nr SB, MA, SSA yes Yes
Andualem [36] nr SF, MA, SSA yes nr
Awole [37] nr MA, DCA, SSA Yes nr
Beyene [46] nr SF, DCA, XLD yes Yes
Reda [41] nr SF, DCA, XLD yes nr
Asrat [33] nr SB, MA, BGA yes Yes
Zenebe [43] BHI BA, MA yes Yes
Beyene [46] BHI DCA, XLD yes Yes
Nyeleti [34]. nr RV, MA , BPLS yes Yes
Awole [37] nr MA, DCA, SSA Yes nr
Berhane selassie [38] nr SB, DCA yes Yes
Andargie [39] nr MA, BA, SSA nr nr
Zewdu [40] BPW SC, RV, BPLS, XLD, RA yes Yes
Abera [42] nr SF, SSA nr nr
Addis [44] BPW SC, RV, XLD yes nr
Dagnew [45] nr SF, SSA yes nr
  1. BA = Blood agar, BHI = Brain Heart infusion agar, BGA = Brilliant Green agar, BPLS = Brilliant Phenol Lactose –Sucrose agar, BPW = Buffered Peptone Water, BT = Biochemical test, DCA = Desoxycholate Citrate agar, MA = MacConkey agar, nr = not reported, RA = Rambach agar, RV = Rappaport Vassilliadis, SAT = Slide Agglutination Test; SSA = Salmonella Shigella agar, SB = Selenite broth, SC = Selenite Cystine broth, SF = Selenite-F broth, XLD = Xylose Lysine Desoxycholate agar.