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Campylobacter jejuni/coli - Host Intestinal Epithelial Cell Interaction
Campylobacter jejuni/coli have been known to be major bacterial causes of human gastroenteritis worldwide for decades. Regarding its pathogenicity, little is known yet. A better understanding of the pathogenic mechanisms ...
Assessment of Foodborne Pathogen Survival During Production and Pre-harvest Application of Compost and Compost Tea
The use of compost in crop production systems as a soil amendment is recognized by both conventional and organic plant production practitioners as a means to increase yields and reduce the incidence of foliar diseases. ...
Detection of norovirus and indicator organisms on fresh produce
Food borne illness is a major problem around the world. Recently, more food borne outbreaks involve produce as the vehicle and viruses as the source of contamination. Norovirus is a common food borne viral pathogen. Genetic ...