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Broth cultures supplemented with high levels of sugars, particularly glucose at > 50 milligrams, did not support diarrhoeagenic toxin production by psychrotrophic Bacillus cereus despite growth to high counts (approximately 10(7)/ml) over a 4 d period of incubation at 21 degrees C. In contrast, starch levels of 10 and 50 milligrams actually enhanced toxin(More)
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