Cold atmospheric gas plasma disinfection of chicken meat and chicken skin contaminated with Listeria innocua.

@article{Noriega2011ColdAG,
  title={Cold atmospheric gas plasma disinfection of chicken meat and chicken skin contaminated with Listeria innocua.},
  author={Estefan{\'i}a Noriega and Gilbert Shama and Adriana Laca and Mario D{\'i}az and Michael Kong},
  journal={Food microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={28 7},
  pages={1293-300}
}
Gas plasmas generated at atmospheric pressure and ambient temperatures offer a possible decontamination method for poultry products. The efficacy of cold atmospheric gas plasmas for decontaminating chicken skin and muscle inoculated with Listeria innocua was examined. Optimization of operating conditions for maximal bacterial inactivation was first achieved using membrane filters on which L. innocua had been deposited. Higher values of AC voltage, excitation frequency and the presence of oxygen… CONTINUE READING

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