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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: DEVELOPING PROCESSING INTERVENTION TECHNOLOGIES

Location: Food Safety and Intervention Technologies

Title: Yersiniosis and food safety

Authors
item Md. Latiful, Bari -
item Ukuku, Dike
item Isshiki, Kenji -
item Ramesh, Ray -
item Didier, Montet -

Submitted to: Journal of Pathogens
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: December 2, 2011
Publication Date: March 20, 2012
Citation: Md. Latiful, B., Ukuku, D.O., Isshiki, K., Ramesh, R.C., Didier, M. 2012. Yersiniosis and food safety. Journal of Pathogens. Volume 2012, Article 605037, Page 1.

Technical Abstract: This special issue of journal of food pathogens was designed to share some of the interested scientific studies published on yersiniosis, a foodborne outbreak associated with consumption of food contaminated with Yersinia. In this issue, the focus was on yersiniosis related foodborne illnesses, behavior Yersinia in foods, incidence, persistence, survival, or growth, outbreaks and surveillance, zoonosis virulence and pathogenesis, detection/identification, mechanisms to grow in foods and public health. In this special issue, the behavior of Yersinia enterocolitica in foods, their incidence, possible route of contamination, persistence, factors that influences the survival, or growth in food, soil, and water was discussed in detail by the authors.

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