Céline Thomas

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Bacteriocinogenic bacteria have been proposed to protect food products from Listeria contamination as bioprotective cultures. Lactobacillus sakei 2512 was demonstrated to inhibit the growth of Listeria on sliced cooked ham by challenge test. A liquid medium simulating ham, BHI5L200, was designed in order to select bioprotective strains for meat protection.(More)
BACKGROUND In most laboratories, the severity of hemophilia A is assessed by the factor VIII activity (FVIII:C) one-stage assay. However, comparisons of these results with those of two-stage assays can reveal discrepancies and suggest misdiagnosis. PATIENTS/METHODS In this monocentric study, we measured FVIII:C with two methods (one-stage chronometric and(More)
The growth dynamics of indigenous aerobic mesophilic populations (AMP), lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and inoculated (Listeria spp.) microbial populations on cooked and fresh vegetable products, packaged as separate entities and in combination, subjected to temperature fluctuation, were assessed. Microbial proliferation was temperature and product dependent,(More)
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