By Chin-Yi Chen, Xianghe Yan, Charlene R. Jackson
Antimicrobial Resistance and nutrition defense: equipment and Techniques introduces antimicrobial resistant food-borne pathogens, their surveillance and epidemiology, rising resistance and resistant pathogens. This research is by way of a scientific presentation of at present utilized technique and expertise, together with complicated applied sciences for detection, intervention, and data applied sciences. This reference can be utilized as a pragmatic consultant for scientists, foodstuff engineers, and regulatory team of workers in addition to scholars in meals protection, nutrition microbiology, or meals science.
- Includes research of all significant pathogens of concern
- Provides many case reports and examples of primary learn findings
- Presents contemporary advances in methodologies and analytical software
- Demonstrates chance overview utilizing info applied sciences in foodborne pathogens
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Yi. Xue. Ban. 36, 862–865. , 2001. Sublethal sanitizer stress and adaptive response of Escherichia coli O157:H7. J. Food Prot. 64, 767–769. Chapter 3 Antibiotic Resistance in Pathogenic Salmonella Steven C. Ricke and Juliany Rivera Calo Center for Food Safety and Department of Food Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA Chapter Outline Introduction 37 Salmonella spp. as a Pathogen 38 Salmonella Characteristics 38 Salmonella Classification 38 Pathogenesis of Salmonella 39 Salmonellosis 39 Pathogenic Mechanisms 40 Salmonella and Antibiotics 41 General Concepts 41 Salmonellosis and Clinical Antibiotic Treatment 42 Mechanisms of Antimicrobial Action 43 Salmonella MDR Strains 44 Factors that Influence Salmonella Antibiotic Resistance 45 Conclusions 46 References 46 INTRODUCTION Foodborne illnesses continue to be one of the primary public health concerns in the United States.