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- Smith, J.L.
- Journal of food protection 1999 v.62 no.7 pp. 818-829
- Listeria monocytogenes, etc ; infection; women; pregnancy; health hazards; foodborne illness; fetal development; progesterone; immune response; pathogens; Toxoplasma gondii; food safety; guidelines; pregnancy complications; fetal death; biological resistance; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... The consequences of foodborne illness can be particularly devastating during pregnancy because both the woman and her fetus are at risk. Escalated production of progesterone during pregnancy leads to down-regulation of cellular (cell-mediated) immune functions. Many foodborne pathogens (and other pathogens) are intracellular pathogens, and infections caused by these pathogens are controlled by cel ...
- Kamat, A.; Thomas, P.
- Journal of food safety 1999 v.19 no.1 pp. 35-44
- Listeria monocytogenes, etc ; sardines; anchovies; foodborne illness; pathogens; food irradiation; food storage; cold storage; microbial contamination; cell growth; mortality; Yersinia enterocolitica; Bacillus cereus; Salmonella typhimurium; lipid content; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... This report presents results of the investigations carried out to understand the role of fat levels in fish on postirradiation recovery/survival and growth of four pathogens generally encountered in seafoods. Fish of low [golden anchovy, (Coillia dussumieri), 0.39%] as well as high fat [Indian sardine, (Sardinella longiceps), 7.1%] content (with endogenous biota were inoculated separately with cel ...