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Foodborne pathogens

Foodborne pathogens

risks and consequences.

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Published by Council for Agricultural Science and Technology in Ames, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foodborne diseases -- Risk factors.,
  • Food Contamination.,
  • Food Poisoning.,
  • Risk Factors.,
  • Food Microbiology.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTask force report,, no. 122, Task force report (Council for Agricultural Science and Technology) ;, no. 122.
    ContributionsCouncil for Agricultural Science and Technology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA601.5 .R57 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 87 p. :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1393036M
    LC Control Number93000161

    "Provides an update of knowledge regarding infectious and toxic food pathogens. It is intended as a reference for readers concerned about the global impact of foodborne diseases." --Food Science and Technology Abstracts, "I unequivocally recommend this book to be available in schools and institutions concerned with food safety. Abstract. Foodborne diseases impose a high public health burden globally. The majority of bacterial infections lead to pandemics. Dominant pathogens produce one or more toxins targeting signal transduction of the host, which finally bring about pathophysiological changes and lead to disease(s).

    Foodborne Microbial Pathogens: Mechanisms and Pathogenesis is the first textbook of its kind, and will serve as a valuable resource not only for food microbiology graduate or undergraduate students but can be used as a desk reference for medical microbiologists, microbiology professionals, and academicians involved in food microbiology and food safety related . Introduction to Foodborne Pathogens. May ; DOI: /_1. In book: Foodborne Microbial Pathogens (pp) Springer International’s new book series ‘Innovations in Author: Arun Bhunia.

    Guide to Foodborne Pathogens covers pathogens—bacteria, viruses, and parasites—that are most commonly responsible for foodborne illness. An essential guide for anyone in the food industry, research, or regulation who needs to ensure or enforce food safety, the guide delves into the nature of illnesses, the epidemiology of pathogens, and current detection, prevention, and .   Foodborne pathogens can create a considerable amount of work at state and local health departments. Between foodborne outbreaks, restaurant inspections, environmental testing, botulism reports, customer complaints, and confirmation of isolates referred for testing, many health department resources are directed toward these pathogens and preventing .


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