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Number 10, October 1995, pp. 1059-1064

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An Assessment of Escherichia coli O157:H7 Contamination Risks in Commercial Mayonnaise from Pasteurized Eggs and Environmental Sources, and Behavior in Low-pH Dressings
pp. 1059-1064(6)
Authors: Erickson, John P.; Stamer, Joseph W.; Hayes, Maranda; McKenna, Denise N.; Van Alstine, Leslie A.

Performance Assessment of the GENE-TRAK® Colorimetric Probe Assay for the Detection of Foodborne Salmonella spp.
pp. 1069-1076(8)
Authors: D'Aoust, J. -Y; Sewell, A. M.; Greco, P.; Mozola, M. A.; Colvin, R. E.

Efficacy of Optimized Nisin-Based Treatments to Inhibit Salmonella typhimurium and Extend Shelf Life of Broiler Carcasses
pp. 1077-1082(6)
Authors: Shefet, Sarid M.; Sheldon, Brian W.; Klaenhammer, Todd R.

Comparative Study of a Colorimetric DNA Hybridization Method and Conventional Culture Procedures for the Detection of Listeria spp. in Foods
pp. 1083-1090(8)
Authors: Bottari, Donna A.; Emmett, Constance D.; Nichols, Christine E.; Whippie, Kevan D.; Rodriguez, David; Durbin, Gregory W.; Keough, Karen M.; Groody, E. Patrick; Mozola, Mark A.; Reynolds, Gwen N.

Growth of Proteolytic Clostridium botulinum in Process Cheese Products: II. Predictive Modeling
pp. 1100-1108(9)
Authors: Ter Steeg, Pieter F.; Cuppers, Henk G. A. M.

Use of Nisaplin to Inhibit Spoilage Bacteria in Buttermilk Ranch Dressing
pp. 1109-1113(5)
Authors: Muriana, Peter M.; Kanach, Laura

Effectiveness of Trimming and/or Washing on Microbiological Quality of Beef Carcasses
pp. 1114-1117(4)
Authors: Prasai, R. K.; Phebus, R. K; Zepeda, C. M. Garcia; Kastner, C. L.; Boyle, A. E.; Fung, D. Y. C.

Antimicrobials Produced by Wild Lactococcal Strains Isolated from Homemade Cheeses
pp. 1118-1123(6)
Authors: Martínez, Beatriz; Suárez, Juan E.; Ronríguez, Ana

Comparison of Media for Determining Temperature Abuse of Fresh Broiler Carcasses Using Impedance Microbiology
pp. 1124-1128(5)
Authors: Russell, Scott M.; Fletcher, Daniel L.; Cox, Nelson A.

Laboratory Evaluation of the Charm Farm Test for Antimicrobial Residues in Meat
pp. 1129-1132(4)
Authors: Korsrud, Gary O.; Salisbury, Craig D. C.; Fesser, Adrian C. E.; MacNeil, James D.

Alternaria Mycotoxins in Sunflower Seeds: Incidence and Distribution of the Toxins in Oil and Meal
pp. 1133-1135(3)
Authors: Chulze, Sofía N.; Torres, Adriana M.; Dalcero, Ana M.; Etcheverry, Miriam G.; Ramírez, María L.; Farnochi, María C.

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Activity of Goats' Milk Lactoperoxidase System on Pseudomonas fluorescens and Escherichia coli at Refrigeration Temperatures
pp. 1136-1138(3)
Authors: Zapico, Paloma; Gaya, Pilar; Nuñez, Manuel; Medina, Margarita

Prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in Raw Milk in Guadalajara, Mexico
pp. 1139-1141(3)
Authors: Luisjuan-Morales, Angelica; Alaniz-De La O, Ricardo; Vázquez-Sandoval, Maria E.; Rosas-Barbosa, Beatriz T.

Improved Recovery of Stressed Bifidobacterium from Water and Frozen Yogurt
pp. 1142-1146(5)
Authors: Arany, Catherine B.; Hackney, Cameron R.; Duncan, Susan E.; Kator, Howard; Webster, Janet; Pierson, Merle; Boling, Joe W.; Eigel, William N.

Antifungal Activity of the Essential Oil of Origanum syriacum L.
pp. 1147-1149(3)
Authors: Daouk, Rasha K.; Dagher, Shawky M.; Sattout, Elsa J.

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