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Number 11, November 1999, pp. 1243-1357

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Survival of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ground-Beef Patties during Storage at 2, −2, 15 and then −2°C, and −20°C
pp. 1243-1247(5)
Authors: Ansay, Susan E.; Darling, Kim A.; Kaspar, Charles W.

Inactivation of Escherichia coli in Milk by High-HydrostaticPressure Treatment in Combination with Antimicrobial Peptides
pp. 1248-1254(7)
Authors: García-Graells, Cristina; Masschalck, Barbara; Michiels, Chris W.

Comparison of Sponging and Excising as Sampling Procedures for Microbiological Analysis of Fresh Beef-Carcass Tissue
pp. 1255-1259(5)
Authors: Ware, Lorenzo M.; Kain, Mindy L.; Sofos, John N.; Belk, Keith E.; Smith, Gary C.

Bacterial Microflora of Wild Brown Trout (Salmo trutta), Wild Pike (Esox lucius), and Aquacultured Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
pp. 1270-1277(8)
Authors: González, César-Javier; López-Díaz, Teresa-María; María-LuisaGarcía-López; Prieto, Miguel; Otero, Andrés

Microbiological Quality and Safety of Ready-to-Eat Street-Vended Foods in Johannesburg, South Africa
pp. 1278-1284(7)
Authors: Mosupye, Francina M.; von Holy, Alexandervon

A Video Study of Australian Domestic Food-Handling Practices
pp. 1285-1296(12)
Authors: Jay, L. Stephen; Comar, Derio; Govenlock, Lachlan D.

Effect of Irradiation, Packaging, and Postirradiation Cooking on the Thiamin Content of Chicken Meat
pp. 1303-1307(5)
Authors: van Calenberg, Sabine; Philips, Ben; Mondelaers, Wim; van Cleemput, Oswald; Huyghebaert, Andre

Trichoderma viride Suppresses Fumonisin B1 Production by Fusarium moniliforme
pp. 1326-1332(7)
Authors: Yates, I. E.; Meredith, F.; Smart, W.; Bacon, C. W.; Jaworski, A. J.

Occurrence of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Hamburgers Produced in Brazil
pp. 1333-1335(3)
Authors: Silveira, Neliane F. A.; Silva, Neusely; Contreras, Carmen; Miyagusku, Luciana; Baccin, Maria de Lourdes F.; Koono, Eduardo; Beraquet, Nelson J.

Automated Rapid Screening of Foods for the Presence of Salmonellae
pp. 1341-1345(5)
Authors: Peng, Hui; Shelef, Leora A.

Thin Agar Layer Method for Recovery of Heat-Injured Listeria monocytogenes
pp. 1346-1349(4)
Authors: Kang, Dong-Hyun; Fung, Daniel Y. C.

Emesis in the Shrew Mouse (Suncus murinus) Induced by Peroral and Intraperitoneal Administration of Staphylococcal Enterotoxin A
pp. 1350-1353(4)
Authors: Hu, Dong-Liang; Omoe, Katsuhiko; Shimura, Hideaki; Ono, Katsuhiko; Sugii, Shunji; Shinagawa, Kunihiro

Evaluation of a Postmilking Teat Disinfectant Containing a Phenolic Combination for the Prevention of Mastitis in Lactating Dairy Cows
pp. 1354-1357(4)
Authors: Oliver, S. P.; Lewis, M. J.; Gillespie, B. E.; Ivey, S. J.; Coleman, L. H.; Almeida, R. A.; Fang, W.; Lamar, K.

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