Adrianne Klijn

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The gut microbiota is a complex ecosystem composed of hundreds of different bacterial species that altogether play an important role in the physiology of their host. In the past few years the complete genome sequence of a number of bacterial strains isolated from the human gastrointestinal tract has been established including that of Bifidobacterium longum(More)
Cronobacteris associated with infant infections and the consumption of reconstituted infant formula. Here we sequenced and closed six genomes ofC. condimenti(T),C. muytjensii(T),C. universalis(T),C. malonaticus(T),C. dublinensis(T), andC. sakazakiithat can be used as reference genomes in single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)-based next-generation sequencing(More)
Pathogen monitoring programs play a crucial role in the verification of the effectiveness of implemented hygiene control measures. Sampling and testing procedures included in pathogen monitoring involve the analysis of multiple test portions where all samples must be negative for the presence of pathogens for a certain test portion size. Many food safety(More)
Current legislation in Europe uses the Enterobacteriaceae as a parameter in process hygiene criteria for various food products and refers to the corresponding ISO standard (ISO 21528-1:2004) as mandatory analytical method for this purpose. The ISO procedure includes an enrichment step in EE ("Enterobacteriaceae Enrichment") broth, but it has been reported(More)
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