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- Berger, Cedric N., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Environmental microbiology 2011 v.13 no.5 pp. 1299-1308
- Arabidopsis thaliana; stomata; Salmonella Senftenberg; salads; wilting; antigens; fresh produce; serotypes; mutation; food pathogens; tropisms; chlorosis; receptors; mesophyll; flagellin; Escherichia coli
- ... The number of outbreaks and illness linked to the consumption of contaminated salad leaves have increased dramatically in the last decade. Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica are the most common food-borne pathogens linked to consumption of fresh produce. Different serovars of S. enterica subspecies enterica have been shown to bind the surface of salad leaves, to exhibit tropism towards the s ...
- Berger, Cedric N., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Environmental microbiology 2010 v.12 no.9 pp. 2385-2397
- development policy; radishes; labor; risk; raw vegetables; spinach; flagellum; cellulose; type III secretion system; food consumption; fimbriae; antigens; hands; humans; disease outbreaks; leaf lettuce; fruits; animal-based foods; food handling; Salmonella; food contamination; food pathogens; salmonellosis
- ... Much research into food-borne human pathogens has focused on transmission from foods of animal origin. However, recent investigations have identified fruits and vegetables are the source of many disease outbreaks. Now believed to be a much larger contributor to produce-associated outbreaks than previously reported, norovirus outbreaks are commonly caused by contamination of foods from hands of inf ...