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A Practical Method to Implement Strain-Level Metagenomics-Based Foodborne Outbreak Investigation and Source Tracking in Routine.

Kathleen; De Keersmaecker, S C J * Source: Microorganisms, Volume 8, Issue 8 (2020) Keywords: food surveillance Metagenomics outbreak SNP analysis STEC whole genome Abstract: The management of a foodborne ...

Risk Classification of Zoonotic Microorganisms: Development of a One Health Approach Tool Applied to HPAI A H5N1 Viruses

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Aline Baldo; Welby, Sarah; Do Thi, Chuong Dai; Leunda, Amaya; Philippe Herman; Breyer, Didier Source: Applied Biosafety (2018) Health Topics:  Health and environment Santé et environnement Gezond ...

Strategy for the identification of micro-organisms producing food and feed products: Bacteria producing food enzymes as study case

European regulations require safety assessments of food enzymes (FE) before their commercialization. FE are mainly produced by micro-organisms, whose viable strains nor associated DNA can be present in the ...

Detection strategy targeting a chloramphenicol resistance gene from genetically modified bacteria in food and feed products

resistance gene Food and feed microbial fermentation products Genetically modified microorganisms PCR-Based detection Abstract: Genetically modified microorganisms (GMM), harbouring commonly antimicrobial ...

Public microbial resources centres: key hubs for FAIR microorganisms and genetic materials.

cultivation, characterization and taxonomy of microorganisms. Information associated with preserved biological resources are recorded in databases and accessible through online catalogues. Legal expertise ...

Piacentinu Ennese PDO cheese as reservoir of promising probiotic bacteria.

Source: Microorganisms, Volume 7, Issue 8 (2019) Keywords: Cheese Lactic acid bacteria Probiotics Abstract: Piacentinu Ennese is a protected designation of origin (PDO) cheese produced in the surrounding ...

Antimicrobial use in European acute care hospitals: results from the second point prevalence survey (PPS) of healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial use, 2016 to 2017

microorganisms. In 2016-17, we performed the second point-prevalence survey (PPS) of healthcare-associated infections (HAI s) and antimicrobial use in European acute care hospitals. We included 1,209 hospitals and ...

Point Prevalence Study of Healthcare-Associated Infections and Antimicrobial Use in Belgian Acute-Care Hospitals: Results of the ECDC PPS 2017

(21.6%), urinary tract infections (21.3%) and surgical site infections (16.9%). Microbiological results were available for 62.0% of the HAI s. A total of 721 microorganisms were reported. The most commonly ...

Allergic Asthma Favors Growth in the Lungs of Infected Mice.

the impact of asthma on the control of infectious microorganisms and the underlying mechanisms. In this work, we characterize the consequences of allergic asthma on intranasal (i.n.) infection by ...

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