Ravindra J Zende

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Introduction fever, watery diarrhea and nausea [5]. Heat-stable (ST) and heat labile (LT), these two enterotoxins, produced Escherichia coli strains are usually recovered by this category plays a distinct role in the from intestinal tracts of human, poultry, animal and pathogenesis. Two classes of heat-stable toxins, STa commonly present in soil, water and(More)
BACKGROUND The magnitude of food-borne illnesses in India is unknown because of lack of surveillance networks. Monitoring the prevalence of food-borne pathogens and indicators of contamination in primary production at abattoirs is imperative for creating a data bank and for effective control of such pathogens before they enter the food chain. METHODOLOGY(More)
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