TABLE 1.

Bacterial strains used in this study

StrainReferenceaSourceSerotype
B. thermophilum subsp. infantis RBL67STELAInfant fecesUnknown
B. thermacidophilum subsp. suis RBL68STELAInfant fecesUnknown
B. thermacidophilum subsp. suis RBL70STELAInfant fecesUnknown
L. ivanovii LSD5CFIAUnknownUnknown
L. seeligeri LSD11CFIAUnknownUnknown
L. welshimeriLSD12CFIAUnknownUnknown
L. murrayiLSD14CFIAUnknownUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD15CFIAFrozen whole eggUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD338CFIACheeseUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD339CFIAEggUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD340CFIAIce creamUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD341CFIACheeseUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD346CFIAMilkUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD348CFIAFrozen yolkUnknown
L. monocytogenes LSD523CFIAUnknown1c
L. monocytogenes LSD524CFIAUnknown1/2c
L. monocytogenes LSD526CFIAUnknown4e
L. monocytogenes LSD529CFIAUnknown3a
L. monocytogenes LSD530CFIAUnknown3b
L. monocytogenes LSD531CFIAUnknown3c
L. monocytogenes LSD535CFIAUnknown1/2a
  • ↵a STELA, STELA Dairy Research Group, Pavillon Comtois, UniversitĂ© Laval, Quebec, Canada; CFIA, Laboratory Services Division, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.