Campylobacteriose — eine zoonotische Infektionskrankheit

Alter T, Bereswill S, Backert S (2021)

Publication Type: Journal article, Review article

Publication year: 2021


Book Volume: 27

Pages Range: 591-593

Journal Issue: 6

DOI: 10.1007/s12268-021-1642-0


Campylobacter jejuni represents an important zoonotic pathogen that is causing foodborne enteric infections. In the human gut, C. jejuni bacteria induce intestinal campylobacteriosis which can develop into systemic post-infectious sequelae such as Guillain-Barré syndrome or rheumatoid arthritis. Here, we review the pathobiology and molecular mechanisms of C. jejuni infections as well as promising strategies to combat campylobacteriosis within the “One World — One Health” approach.

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Alter, T., Bereswill, S., & Backert, S. (2021). Campylobacteriose — eine zoonotische Infektionskrankheit. BioSpektrum, 27(6), 591-593.


Alter, Thomas, Stefan Bereswill, and Steffen Backert. "Campylobacteriose — eine zoonotische Infektionskrankheit." BioSpektrum 27.6 (2021): 591-593.

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