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Light inactivation of food-related pathogenic bacteria using a pulsed power source.
The effects of high intensity light emissions, produced by a novel pulsed power energization technique (PPET), on the survival of bacterial populations of verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli (serotype 0157:H7) and Listeria ...
Prediction of toxigenic fungal growth in buildings by using a novel modelling system.
(American Society for Microbiology, 1999-11)
There is growing concern about the adverse effects of fungal bioaerosols on the occupants of damp dwellings. Based on an extensive analysis of previously published data and on experiments carried out within this ...
Maltodextrin stimulates growth of Bacillus cereus and synthesis of diarrheal enterotoxin in infant milk formulae.
(American Society for Microbiology, 1997-03)
One hundred reconstituted milk-based infant formulae (IMF) representative of 10 leading brands available in many European Economic Community countries were examined for Bacillus cereus and for the presence of diarrheal ...
Microbiological degradation of pesticides in yard waste composting.
(American Society for Microbiology, 1991)
Changes in public opinion and legislation have led to the general recognition that solid waste treatment practices must be changed. Solid-waste disposal by landfill is becoming increasingly expensive and regulated and no ...
Bacteriological quality of infant milk forumlae examined under a variety of preparation and storage conditions.
(International Association for Food Protection, 1997-09)
One hundred infant milk formulae (IMFs), representative of the 10 leading brands available in the UK, were subjected to a variety of preparation and storage conditions. Each IMF was the subject of triplicate trials in which ...
Effectiveness of cleaning and disinfection procedures on the removal of enterotoxigenic Bacillus cereus from infant feeding bottles.
(International Association for Food Protection, 1998)
Reconstituted infant milk formulas are considered a food class of high risk because of the susceptibility of the infant population to enteric bacterial pathogens, severe response to enterotoxins, and increased mortality. ...