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© 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Salmonella are a diverse genus of bacteria that are a leading cause of foodborne disease in humans worldwide. Detection of Salmonella in foods and food-related environments is critical to verify process controls but can be difficult due to their diversity and behavior. Detection of Salmonella in food matrices and environments can be achieved through a range of culture-based, nucleic acid-based, immunology-based, and other techniques. These techniques are rapidly evolving and constantly being improved. Selection of a method should be specific to a given food product or environment and based on parameters such as specificity, sensitivity, duration, and cost.
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Attachment of Salmonella strains to a plant cell wall model is modulated by surface characteristics and not by specific carbohydrate interactionsTan, M.; Moore, S.; Tabor, R.; Fegan, N.; Rahman, S.; Dykes, Gary (2016)Background: Processing of fresh produce exposes cut surfaces of plant cell walls that then become vulnerable to human foodborne pathogen attachment and contamination, particularly by Salmonella enterica. Plant cell walls ...
Sarjit, A.; Dykes, Gary (2017)Copyright © International Association for Food Protection. Thermophilic Campylobacter and Salmonella enterica are major causes of gastrointestinal foodborne infection. Survival of these pathogens on food-associated surfaces ...
Sze-Fan Tan, M.; Rahman, S.; Dykes, Gary (2016)© 2016 Elsevier Ltd. Cut surfaces of fresh produce, which directly expose plant cell walls to the environment, are particularly susceptible to contamination by pathogens, including Salmonella enterica. The effect of ...