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DNA methods in food safety : molecular typing of foodborne and waterborne bacterial pathogens / edited by Omar Oyarzabal, Sophia Kathariou.

Oyarzabal, Omar A., (editor.). Kathariou, Sophia, (editor.).
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Subject: Food > Safety measures.
Food contamination > Prevention.
Food industry and trade > Safety measures.
Food Safety > methods.
DNA Fingerprinting > methods.
Food Microbiology > methods.
Molecular Typing > methods.
Water Microbiology.
Genre: Electronic books.

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781118278659
  • ISBN: 1118278658
  • ISBN: 9781118278642
  • ISBN: 111827864X
  • ISBN: 9781118278666
  • ISBN: 1118278666
  • ISBN: 1118278674
  • ISBN: 9781118278673
  • ISBN: 9781322095134
  • ISBN: 1322095132
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 392 pages)
  • Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley Blackwell, 2014.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Polymerase chain reaction based subtyping methods / Yi Chen and Insook Son -- Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis and the molecular epidemiology of foodborne pathogens / Mohana Ray and David C. Schwartz -- Multilocus sequence typing : an adaptable tool for understanding the global epidemiology of bacterial pathogens / Stephen J. Knabel -- High-throughput sequencing / Xiangyu Deng, Lee S. Katz, Patricia I. Fields, and Wei Zhang -- Analysis of typing results / Joo Andr Carrio and Mário Ramirez -- Databases and internet applications / G. Gopinath, K. Hari, R. Jain, M.H. Kothary, K.G. Jarvis, A.A. Franco, C.J. Grim, V. Sathyamoorthy, M.K. Mammel, A.R. Datta, B.A. McCardell, M.D. Solomotis, and B.D. Tall -- The transformation of disease surveillance, outbreak detection, and regulatory response by molecular epidemiology / David A. Sweat -- The genus bacillus / Monika Ehling-Schulz and Ute Messelhusser -- Molecular typing of campylobacter jejuni / Catherine D. Carrillo and Omar A. Oyarzabal -- DNA typing methods for members of the cronobacter genus / Susan Joseph and Stephen Forsythe -- Molecular subtyping approaches for pathogenic clostridium spp. isolated from foods / Brian H. Raphael, Deborah F. Talkington, Carolina Lúquez and Susan E. Maslanka -- Molecular characterization of shiga toxin-producing escherichia coli / Pallavi Singh and Shannon D. Manning -- Molecular subtyping methods for listeria monocytogenes : tools for tracking and control / Sara Lomonaco and Daniele Nucera -- Salmonella / Aaron M. Lynne, Jing Han, and Steven L. Foley -- Vibrio cholerae / Dong Wook Kim.
Summary: Molecular typing of foodborne pathogens has become an indispensable tool in epidemiological studies. Thanks to these techniques, we now have a better understanding of the distribution and appearance of bacterial foodborne diseases and have a deeper knowledge of the type of food products associated with the major foodborne pathogens. Within the molecular techniques, DNA-based techniques have prospered for more than 40 years and have been incorporated in the first surveillance systems to monitor bacterial foodborne pathogens in the United States and other countries. However, DNA techniques vary.
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