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- Agustí, Gemma; Fittipaldi, Mariana; Codony, Francesc
- Current microbiology 2018 v.75 no.6 pp. 779-785
- Listeria monocytogenes, etc ; DNA; food contamination; food pathogens; neutralization; polymerase chain reaction; quality control; rapid methods; viability; Show all 9 Subjects
- ... Rapid detection of Listeria and other microbial pathogens in food is an essential part of quality control and it is critical for ensuring the safety of consumers. Culture-based methods for detecting foodborne pathogens are time-consuming, laborious and cannot detect viable but non-culturable microorganism, whereas viability PCR methodology provides quick results; it is able to detect viable but no ...
- Li, Jinquan; Du, Pujun; Li, Zhi; Zhou, Yang; Cheng, Wei; Wu, Si; Chen, Fusheng; Wang, Xiaohong
- Current microbiology 2015 v.70 no.5 pp. 704-709
- Listeria monocytogenes, etc ; Procambarus clarkii; animal models; aquaculture; crayfish; food contamination; food pathogens; genes; genetic correlation; genetic variation; humans; listeriosis; mice; multilocus sequence typing; patients; polymerase chain reaction; serotypes; virulence; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Listeria monocytogenes is a foodborne pathogen that can cause invasive illness in humans and farm animals. It is frequently isolated from dairy products and poultry. However, there have been few literatures on the genetic diversity and virulence potential of L. monocytogenes from freshwater animal. Thirty-nine L. monocytogenes strains from crayfish were isolated and identified in this study. Molec ...