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Data from: Utilizing whole genome sequencing to characterize Listeria persistence and transmission patterns in a farmstead dairy processing plant and its associated farm environment

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Data in support of research: Utilizing whole genome sequencing to characterize Listeria persistence and transmission patterns in a farmstead dairy processing plant and its associated farm environment.

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Please cite as: Samantha Bolten, Robert D. Ralyea, Timothy T. Lott, Renato H. Orsi, Nicole H. Martin, Martin Wiedmann, Aljosa Trmcic. (2024). Data from: Utilizing whole genome sequencing to characterize Listeria persistence and transmission patterns in a farmstead dairy processing plant and its associated farm environment. [dataset] Cornell University eCommons Repository. https://doi.org/10.7298/24np-zp95

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This research was supported by the New York Dairy Promotion Order grant (Albany, NY, Award Number: C012388) awarded to M. Wiedmann and N. H. Martin.

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2024-01-24

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Listeria monocytogenes; environmental monitoring; dairy; farmstead

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