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Enumeration and identification of microflora in suusac, a Kenyan traditional fermented camel milk product
Abstract The microflora involved in production of suusac , a Kenyan traditional fermented camel milk product, were enumerated and identified. 15 samples of traditionally fermented suusac wereExpand
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Lactic acid bacteria and yeasts involved in the fermentation ofamabere amaruranu, a Kenyan fermented milk
Indigenous fermented milk products contain microbiota composed of technologically important species and strains which are gradually getting lost with new technologies. We investigated the microbialExpand
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Microbiological performance of dairy processing plants is influenced by scale of production and the implemented food safety management system: a case study.
The effects of existing food safety management systems and size of the production facility on microbiological quality in the dairy industry in Kenya were studied. A microbial assessment scheme wasExpand
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Risk Factors for Symptoms of Gastrointestinal Illness in Rural Town Isiolo, Kenya
This study assesses risk factors for food‐borne gastrointestinal illness indicated by diarrhoea and/or vomiting using 14‐day recalls among children and young adults. The study was set in Isiolo, aExpand
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Iso-electric focusing of camel milk proteins
(Received 18 November 1997; accepted 27 June 1998) The procedure for phenotyping of most genetic variants in cow milk was optimised for iso-electric focusing (IEF) of camel milk proteins and milkExpand
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Extraction of camel rennet and its comparison with calf rennet extract
Camel milk requires more calf rennet than cow milk to coagulate and the relative amount of rennet needed varies widely (2, 8, 14, 16). Extracts of adult camel abomasa have been used to coagulate cowExpand
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Survey of postharvest handling, preservation and processing practices along the camel milk chain in Isiolo District, Kenya.
Despite the important contribution of camel milk to food security for pastoralists in Kenya, little is known about the postharvest handling, preservation and processing practices. In this study,Expand
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Microbiological quality of raw camel milk across the Kenyan market chain
The objective of this study was to determine the microbiological quality of camel milk at critical points along the market chain. 36 camel milk samples were assessed by plating counts of totalExpand
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