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- Chantarapanont, W.; Berrang, M.E.; Frank, J.F.
- Journal of food protection 2004 v.67 no.6 pp. 1146
- peracetic acid, etc ; Campylobacter jejuni; chicken skin; decontamination; sanitizing; sodium hypochlorite; chlorites; acidity; sanitizers; antibacterial properties; food pathogens; food contamination; bacterial contamination; pathogen survival; viability; electron microscopy; plate count; food safety; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... The objective of this research was to determine the effect of chlorine, acidified sodium chlorite, and peracetic acid treatments on viable Campylobacter jejuni located at various depths within follicles or folds of chicken skin. Chicken skin was inoculated with C. jejuni transformed with Pcgfp plasmid (GFP-Campylobacter), which also codes for kanamycin resistance. Effectiveness of sanitizer treatm ...
- Schmidt, P.L.; O'Connor, A.M.; McKean, J.D.; Hurd, H.S.
- Journal of food protection 2004 v.67 no.7 pp. 1384
- peracetic acid, etc ; swine; slaughterhouses; swine housing; pens; decontamination; cleaning; detergents; disinfection; hydrogen peroxide; floors; lymph nodes; cecum; rectum; feces; microbial detection; Salmonella enterica; food pathogens; bacterial contamination; food contamination; prevalence; food sanitation; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... A series of four field trials were conducted to evaluate the ability of a cleaning and disinfection procedure in swine lairage pens to reduce the prevalence of Salmonella enterica in slaughtered pigs. A cleaning and disinfection procedure was applied to lairage pens at a large Midwest abattoir. Each trial consisted of a cleaned (alkaline chloride detergent) and disinfected (H2O2 plus peracetic aci ...