Jörg W. Schlundt

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We have developed very efficient suicide functions for biological containment based on the lethal Escherichia coli relF gene. The suicide functions are placed in duplicate within a plasmid and arranged to prevent inactivation by deletion, recombination, and insertional inactivation. The efficiency of this concept was tested in a plasmid containment system(More)
The Danish regulatory policy on Listeria monocytogenes in foods is based on the principles of HACCP and was developed using a health risk assessment approach. The Danish policy focuses examinations and criteria for L. monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods and is based on a combination of inspection and product-testing. Based on current epidemiological(More)
The landscape of foodborne infections is in flux. New pathogens emerge, established pathogens may acquire new characteristics and appear in unexpected food vehicles, while many existing problems remain unsolved. Consumers want more fresh foods year round, populations age and migrate, and the technologies and trade practices that produce foods change.(More)
  • J Schlundt
  • International journal of food microbiology
  • 2000
The FAO/WHO risk analysis framework and principles are in the process of being implemented in different national and international settings. The importance of a further development of international co-operation based upon agreed principles in this area is stressed in the Codex Alimentarius system, as well as under the WTO/SPS agreements. Key input in this(More)
Today, compliance management is an integral part of clinical trials and a major cost driver [1]. A state of the art means to achieve compliance are ‘Standard Operating Procedures’ (SOPs), which have some major drawbacks. We developed a framework that enables a process oriented way to deal with compliance management. Part of this framework is the possibility(More)
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