Early Recovery of Salmonella from Food Using a 6-Hour Non-selective Pre-enrichment and Reformulation of Tetrathionate Broth

@inproceedings{Daquigan2016EarlyRO,
  title={Early Recovery of Salmonella from Food Using a 6-Hour Non-selective Pre-enrichment and Reformulation of Tetrathionate Broth},
  author={Ninalynn Daquigan and Christopher J. Grim and James Robert White and Darcy E. Hanes and Karen G. Jarvis},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2016}
}
Culture based methods are commonly employed to detect pathogens in food and environmental samples. These methods are time consuming and complex, requiring multiple non-selective and selective enrichment broths, and usually take at least 1 week to recover and identify pathogens. Improving pathogen detection in foods is a primary goal for regulatory agencies and industry. Salmonella detection in food relies on a series of culture steps in broth formulations optimized to resuscitate Salmonella and… CONTINUE READING
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