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Number 12, December 2004, pp. 2644-2857

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Mastitis-Causing Streptococci Are Important Contributors to Bacterial Counts in Raw Bulk Tank Milk
pp. 2644-2650(7)
Authors: Zadoks, R.N.; González, R.N.; Boor, K.J.; Schukken, Y.H.

Horizontal Transmission of Escherichia coli O157:H7 during Cattle Housing
pp. 2651-2656(6)
Authors: McGee, P.; Scott, L.; Sheridan, J.J.; Earley, B.; Leonard, Andn.

Variations in External and Internal Microbial Populations in Shell Eggs during Extended Storage
pp. 2657-2660(4)
Authors: Jones, D.R.; Musgrove, M.T.; Northcutt, J.K.

Temperature and Biological Soil Effects on the Survival of Selected Foodborne Pathogens on a Mortar Surface
pp. 2661-2665(5)
Authors: Allan, J.T.; Yan, Z.; Genzlinger, L.L.; Kornacki, J.L.

Fate of Salmonellae in Orange and Grapefruit Concentrates during Cold Storage
pp. 2671-2674(4)
Authors: Parish, Mickey E.; Goodrich, René E; Miller, William

Microbiological Conditions of Moisture-Enhanced Chicken Breasts Prepared at a Poultry Packing Plant
pp. 2675-2681(7)
Authors: Gill, C.O.; McGinnis, J.C.; Barbut, S.; Young, D.; Lee, N.; Rahn, K.

Competitive Inhibition between Different Clostridium botulinum Types and Strains
pp. 2682-2687(6)
Authors: Eklund, M.W.; Poysky, F.T.; Peterson, M.E.; Paranjpye, R.N.; Pelroy, G.A.

Mathematical Model of Listeria monocytogenes Cross-Contamination in a Fish Processing Plant
pp. 2688-2697(10)
Authors: Ivanek, Renata; Gröhn, Yrjö; Wiedmann, Martin; Wells, Martin T.

Survival of Listeria monocytogenes during Storage of Ready-to-Eat Meat Products Processed by Drying, Fermentation, and/or Smoking
pp. 2698-2702(5)
Authors: Ingham, Steven C.; Buege, Dennis R.; Dropp, Brenda K.; Losinski, Jill A.

Effect of Single or Sequential Hot Water and Lactic Acid Decontamination Treatments on the Survival and Growth of Listeria monocytogenes and Spoilage Microflora during Aerobic Storage of Fresh Beef at 4, 10, and 25°C
pp. 2703-2711(9)
Authors: Koutsoumanis, Konstantinos P.; Ashton, Laura V.; Geornaras, Ifigenia; Belk, Keith E.; Scanga, John A.; Kendall, Patricia A.; Smith, Gary C.; Sofos, John N.

A Predictive Model for Heat Inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes Biofilm on Stainless Steel
pp. 2712-2718(7)
Authors: Chmielewski, R.A.N.; Frank, Joseph F.

Characterization and Antimicrobial Activity of Bacteriocin 217 Produced by Natural Isolate Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. paracasei BGBUK2-16
pp. 2727-2734(8)
Authors: Lozo, Jelena; Vukasinovic, Maja; Strahinic, Ivana; Topisirovic, Andljubisa

Prolonged Incubation Period of Salmonellosis Associated with Low Bacterial Doses
pp. 2735-2740(6)
Authors: Abe, Kazuo; Saito, Noriyuki; Kasuga, Fumiko; Yamamoto, Andshigeki

Influence of pH on Complexing of Model β-D-Glucans with Zearalenone
pp. 2741-2746(6)
Authors: Yiannikouris, A.; François, J.; Poughon, L.; Dussap, C.-G.; Jeminet, G.; Bertin, G.; Jouany, J.-P.

Comparative Histological Studies of Mechanically Versus Manually Processed Sheep Intestines Used To Make Natural Sausage Casings
pp. 2747-2755(9)
Authors: Koolmees, P.A.; Tersteeg, M.H.G.; Keizer, G.; van den Broek, J.; Bradley, R.

Optimization of a Fluorescence Sandwich Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay for Detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Apple Juice
pp. 2756-2759(4)
Authors: Nyquist-Battie, Cynthia; Frank, Laura E.; Lund, Deanna; Lim, Daniel V.

Performance Comparison of the BioSys Optical Assay and the Violet Red Bile Agar Method for Detecting Coliforms in Food Products
pp. 2760-2766(7)
Authors: Firstenberg-Eden, Ruth; Foti, Debra; McDougal, Susan; Beck, Stephen

Menadione-Catalyzed Luminol Chemiluminescence Assay for the Rapid Detection of Viable Bacteria in Foods under Aerobic Conditions
pp. 2767-2771(5)
Authors: Kawasaki, S.; Yamashoji, S.; Asakawa, A.; Isshiki, K.; Kawamoto, Ands.

Cloning of the Bile Salt Hydrolase (bsh) Gene from Enterococcus faecium FAIR-E 345 and Chromosomal Location of bsh Genes in Food Enterococci
pp. 2772-2778(7)
Authors: Wijaya, Agus; Hermann, Anette; Abriouel, Hikmate; Specht, Ingrid; Yousif, Nuha M.K.; Holzapfel, Wilhelm H.; Franz, Charles M.A.P.

Interrelationships among Microbiological, Physicochemical, and Biochemical Properties of Terrincho Cheese, with Emphasis on Biogenic Amines
pp. 2779-2785(7)
Authors: Pinho, Olivia; Pintado, Ana I.E.; Gomes, Ana M.P.; Pintado, M. Manuela E.; Malcata, F. Xavier; Ferreira, Isabel M.P.L.V.O.

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Content in Commercial Spanish Fatty Foods
pp. 2786-2791(6)
Authors: Barranco, A.; Alonso-Salces, R.M.; Crespo, I.; Berrueta, L.A.; Gallo, B.; Vicente, F.; Sarobe, M.

Genetic Identification of Nine Hake Species for Detection of Commercial Fraud
pp. 2792-2796(5)
Authors: Perez, Juliana; Garcia-Vazquez, Eva

Salmonella Carriage in an Irish Pig Herd: Correlation between Serological and Bacteriological Detection Methods
pp. 2797-2800(4)
Authors: Casey, Pat G.; Butler, Derek; Gardiner, Gillian E.; Tangney, Mark; Simpson, Paul; Lawlor, Peadar G.; Stanton, Catherine; Ross, R. Paul; Hill, Colin; Fitzgerald, Gerald F.

Survey of Shell Egg Processing Plant Sanitation Programs: Effects on Non–Egg-Contact Surfaces
pp. 2801-2804(4)
Authors: Musgrove, M.T.; Jones, D.R.; Northcutt, J.K.; Curtis, P.A.; Anderson, K.E.; Fletcher, D.L.; Cox, N.A.

Incidence and Characterization of Bacillus cereus Isolated from Traditional Fermented Meals in Nigeria
pp. 2805-2808(4)
Authors: Oguntoyinbo, Folarin Anthony; Mathew Oni, Oluwajenyo

Inactivation of Enterobacter sakazakii in Reconstituted Infant Formula by Monocaprylin
pp. 2815-2819(5)
Authors: Mohan Nair, Manoj Kumar; Joy, Jennifer; Venkitanarayanan, Kumar S.

Antibacterial Activity of Plants Used in Cooking for Aroma and Taste
pp. 2820-2824(5)
Authors: Hara-Kudo, Y.; Kobayashi, A.; Sugita-Konishi, Y.; Kondo, K.

Hand Washing Compliance among Retail Food Establishment Workers in Minnesota
pp. 2825-2828(4)
Authors: Allwood, Paul B.; Jenkins, Timothy; Paulus, Colleen; Johnson, Lars; Hedberg, Craig W.

PCR Detection of Bovine Mitochondrial DNA Derived from Meat and Bone Meal in Feed
pp. 2829-2832(4)
Authors: Toyoda, Atsushi; Nakajo, Mitsuru; Kawachi, Hiroyuki; Matsui, Tohru; Yano, Andhideo

Detection of tet(M) Gene from Raw Milk by Rapid DNA Extraction Followed by a Two-Step PCR with Nested Primers
pp. 2833-2838(6)
Authors: Cenci-Goga, B.T.; Crotti, S.; Costarelli, S.; Rondini, C.; Karama, M.; Bennett, P.

Irrigation Water as Source of Foodborne Pathogens on Fruit and Vegetables
pp. 2839-2849(11)
Authors: Steele, Marina; Odumeru, Joseph

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