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Abstract

Molecular based technology for the rapid detection and identification of food borne pathogens in complex food systems

Author(s): Gloria Simmons

Human illness and mortality are becoming increasingly concerned as a result of food-borne pathogens. The need for a healthy food supply is growing. Methods for the rapid and reliable detection of food-borne pathogens are constantly being created. Food testing techniques have improved significantly since the advent of biotechnology. Immunology, molecular biology, robotics, and computer technology advancements continue to have a positive impact on the creation of quicker, more sensitive, and more convenient food microbiology methods.


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