Co-Enriching Microflora Associated with Culture Based Methods to Detect Salmonella from Tomato Phyllosphere

@inproceedings{Ottesen2013CoEnrichingMA,
  title={Co-Enriching Microflora Associated with Culture Based Methods to Detect Salmonella from Tomato Phyllosphere},
  author={Andrea R Ottesen and Antonio Gonz{\'a}lez and Rebecca L. Bell and Caroline Arce and Steven L Rideout and Marc Allard and P. Evans and Errol Strain and Steven Musser and Rob Knight and Eric Brown and James B. Pettengill},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
The ability to detect a specific organism from a complex environment is vitally important to many fields of public health, including food safety. For example, tomatoes have been implicated numerous times as vehicles of foodborne outbreaks due to strains of Salmonella but few studies have ever recovered Salmonella from a tomato phyllosphere environment. Precision of culturing techniques that target agents associated with outbreaks depend on numerous factors. One important factor to better… CONTINUE READING
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For example , tomatoes have been implicated numerous times as vehicles of foodborne outbreaks due to strains of Salmonella but few studies have ever recovered Salmonella from a tomato phyllosphere environment .
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