Adhesion of food-borne bacteria to stainless steel is reduced by food conditioning films.

@article{Bernbom2009AdhesionOF,
  title={Adhesion of food-borne bacteria to stainless steel is reduced by food conditioning films.},
  author={Nete Bernbom and Yoke Yin Ng and Rikke Lind J\orgensen and Ayyoob Arpanaei and Rikke Louise Meyer and Peter Kingshott and Rebecca Munk Vejborg and Per Klemm and Lone Gram},
  journal={Journal of applied microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={106 4},
  pages={1268-79}
}
AIMS Preconditioning of stainless steel with aqueous cod muscle extract significantly impedes subsequent bacterial adhesion most likely due to repelling effects of fish tropomyosin. The purpose of this study was to determine if other food conditioning films decrease or enhance bacterial adhesion to stainless steel. METHODS AND RESULTS Attachment of Pseudomonas fluorescens AH2 to stainless steel coated with water-soluble coatings of animal origin was significantly reduced as compared with… CONTINUE READING
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