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Tag archive for : listeria monocytogenes

Tag archive for : listeria monocytogenes

PhageGuard present at Fi Europe as part of Dutch Pavillion

December 2, 2019

Posted : 2019 , News

P100 outperforms bacteriocins

November 7, 2019

Posted : 2019 , News

Research Note: Efficacy of PhageGuard Listex on cooked, unpeeled shrimp

April 17, 2019

Posted : 2019 , News

Research Note: Phage protects smoked salmon against naturally present Listeria monocytogenes

April 12, 2019

Posted : 2019 , News

Chlorine can make pathogens undetectable

April 30, 2018

Chlorine to treat fresh produce could be ineffective Chlorine can make foodborne pathogens undetectable according to research by the University of Southampton. Findings may help explain past outbreaks of Salmonella enterica and Listeria monocytogenes linked to produce. Many bacteria enter a viable-but-nonculturable (VBNC) state in response to environmental stresses. VBNC … Continue reading

Posted : 2018 , News

Phages suppress Listeria and Salmonella growth

January 6, 2016

Phage technology can suppress the proliferations of pathogens like Listeria and Salmonella during food production processes. Micreos has developed and registered several ‘green’ processing aids based on phage technology. A large American supplier of turkey meat has started treating its poultry products with these all-natural, organic products. “Phage technology has … Continue reading

Posted : 2016 , News

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