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Fig. 3

From: Diversity of Salmonella serotypes from humans, food, domestic animals and wildlife in New South Wales, Australia

Fig. 3

Top ten most frequently isolated serotypes in humans and their occurrence in each of the other sample categories. The numbers of samples and serotypes from each sample category are indicated on the left. The heat map gives the percentage of samples from each sample category that shared a serotype with one of the ten most frequently isolated serotypes in humans. Shade is proportional percentage ranging from light grey (low percentage of samples attributable to that serotype) to dark grey (high percentage of samples attributable to that serotype). *Game meat refers to the meat from wild caught kangaroos (n = 18), wild boar (n = 1), and a crocodile (n = 1). ^ Mixed refers to food that is made up of multiple food types, for example a hamburger could be a mix of beef (patty), dairy (cheese) and eggs (mayonnaise)

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