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Authors: BREEN PJ SALARI H COMPADRE CM
Citation: Pj. Breen et al., ELIMINATION OF SALMONELLA CONTAMINATION FROM POULTRY TISSUES BY CETYLPYRIDINIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1019-1021

Authors: LIONG JWW FRANK JF BAILEY S
Citation: Jww. Liong et al., VISUALIZATION OF EGGSHELL MEMBRANES AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH SALMONELLA-ENTERITIDIS USING CONFOCAL SCANNING LASER MICROSCOPY, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1022-1028

Authors: LAZARO NS TIBANA A HOFER E
Citation: Ns. Lazaro et al., SALMONELLA SPP. IN HEALTHY SWINE AND IN ABATTOIR ENVIRONMENTS IN BRAZIL, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1029-1033

Authors: HODD SK ZOTTOLA EA
Citation: Sk. Hodd et Ea. Zottola, GROWTH MEDIA AND SURFACE CONDITIONING INFLUENCE THE ADHERENCE OF PSEUDOMONAS-FRAGI, SALMONELLA-TYPHIMURIUM, AND LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES CELLS TO STAINLESS-STEEL, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1034-1037

Authors: MATAR GM HAYES PS BIBB WF",BALASWAMINATHAN
Citation: Gm. Matar et al., LISTERIOLYSIN O-BASED LATEX AGGLUTINATION-TEST FOR THE RAPID DETECTION OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES IN FOODS, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1038-1040

Authors: PAPAGEORGIOU DK BORI M MANTIS A
Citation: Dk. Papageorgiou et al., SURVIVAL OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES IN FROZEN EWES MILK AND FETA CHEESE CURD, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1041-1045

Authors: ULATERODRIGUEZ J SCHAFER HW ZOTTOLA EA DAVIDSON PM
Citation: J. Ulaterodriguez et al., INHIBITION OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES, ESCHERICHIA-COLI O157-H7, AND MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS BY LINEAR FURANOCOUMARINS IN CULTURE MEDIA, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1046-1049

Authors: ULATERODRIGUEZ J SCHAFER HW ZOTTOLA EA DAVIDSON PM
Citation: J. Ulaterodriguez et al., INHIBITION OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES, ESCHERICHIA-COLI O157-H7, AND MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS BY LINEAR FURANOCOUMARINS IN A MODEL FOOD SYSTEM, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1050-1054

Authors: REDDY NR SOLOMON HM YEP H ROMAN MG RHODEHAMEL EJ
Citation: Nr. Reddy et al., SHELF-LIFE AND TOXIN DEVELOPMENT BY CLOSTRIDIUM-BOTULINUM DURING STORAGE OF MODIFIED-ATMOSPHERE-PACKAGED FRESH AQUACULTURED SALMON FILLETS, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1055-1063

Authors: FERNANDEZ PS PECK MW
Citation: Ps. Fernandez et Mw. Peck, PREDICTIVE MODEL DESCRIBING THE EFFECT OF PROLONGED HEATING AT 70-TO-80-DEGREES-C AND INCUBATION AT REFRIGERATION TEMPERATURES ON GROWTH AND TOXIGENESIS BY NONPROTEOLYTIC CLOSTRIDIUM-BOTULINUM, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1064-1071

Authors: HAGUE MA KASTNER CL FUNG DYC KONE K SCHWENKE JR
Citation: Ma. Hague et al., USE OF NISIN AND MICROWAVE TREATMENT REDUCES CLOSTRIDIUM-SPOROGENES OUTGROWTH IN PRECOOKED VACUUM-PACKAGED BEEF, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1072-1074

Authors: AVERY SM BUNCIC S
Citation: Sm. Avery et S. Buncic, ANTILISTERIAL EFFECTS OF A SORBATE-NISIN COMBINATION IN-VITRO AND ON PACKAGED BEEF AT REFRIGERATION TEMPERATURE, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1075-1080

Authors: MARSHALL DL JINDAL V
Citation: Dl. Marshall et V. Jindal, MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF CATFISH FRAMES TREATED WITH SELECTED PHOSPHATES, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1081-1083

Authors: LINTON RH EISEL WG MURIANA PM
Citation: Rh. Linton et al., COMPARISON OF CONVENTIONAL PLATING METHODS AND PETRIFILM FOR THE RECOVERY OF MICROORGANISMS IN A GROUND-BEEF PROCESSING FACILITY, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1084-1088

Authors: ROWAN NJ ANDERSON JG ANDERTON A
Citation: Nj. Rowan et al., BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF INFANT MILK FORMULAS EXAMINED UNDER A VARIETY OF PREPARATION AND STORAGE-CONDITIONS, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1089-1094

Authors: HAQUE ZU KUCUKONER E ARYANA KJ
Citation: Zu. Haque et al., AGING-INDUCED CHANGES IN POPULATIONS OF LACTOCOCCI, LACTOBACILLI, ANDAEROBIC MICROORGANISMS IN LOW-FAT AND FULL-FAT CHEDDAR CHEESE, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1095-1098

Authors: COLMENERO FJ CARBALLO J FERNANDEZ P COFRADES S CORTES E
Citation: Fj. Colmenero et al., RETAIL CHILLED DISPLAY STORAGE OF HIGH-FAT AND REDUCED-FAT SLICED BOLOGNA, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1099-1104

Authors: WOODBURN MJ RAAB CA
Citation: Mj. Woodburn et Ca. Raab, HOUSEHOLD FOOD PREPARERS FOOD-SAFETY KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES FOLLOWING WIDELY PUBLICIZED OUTBREAKS OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1105-1109

Authors: VANDERLOGT PB HATHAWAY SC VOSE DJ
Citation: Pb. Vanderlogt et al., RISK ASSESSMENT MODEL FOR HUMAN INFECTION WITH THE CESTODE TAENIA-SAGINATA, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1110-1119

Authors: NAVARRO S GARCIA B NAVARRO G OLIVA J BARBA A
Citation: S. Navarro et al., EFFECT OF WINE-MAKING PRACTICES ON THE CONCENTRATIONS OF FENARIMOL AND PENCONAZOLE IN ROSE WINES, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1120-1124

Authors: HARAKUDO Y KONUMA H IWAKI M KASUGA F SUGITAKONISHI Y ITO Y KUMAGAI S
Citation: Y. Harakudo et al., POTENTIAL HAZARD OF RADISH SPROUTS AS A VEHICLE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI O157-H7, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1125-1127

Authors: WILLIAMS NC INGHAM SC
Citation: Nc. Williams et Sc. Ingham, CHANGES IN HEAT-RESISTANCE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI O157-H7 FOLLOWING HEAT-SHOCK, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1128-1131

Authors: DALSGAARD A HOI L
Citation: A. Dalsgaard et L. Hoi, PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF VIBRIO-VULNIFICUS ISOLATED FROM SHRIMP PRODUCTS IMPORTED INTO DENMARK, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1132-1134

Authors: HOOD SK ZOTTOLA EA
Citation: Sk. Hood et Ea. Zottola, ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF ADHERENT GRAM-NEGATIVE MICROORGANISMSFROM 4 MEAT-PROCESSING FACILITIES, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1135-1138

Authors: HARRISON JA HARRISON MA ROSE RA
Citation: Ja. Harrison et al., FATE OF LISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES AND SALMONELLA SPECIES IN-GROUND BEEF JERKY, Journal of food protection, 60(9), 1997, pp. 1139-1141
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