Enumeration of Clostridium estertheticum Spores in Samples from Meat Plant Conveyors and Silage Stacks by Conventional and Real-Time PCR Procedures

@inproceedings{Yang2010EnumerationOC,
  title={Enumeration of Clostridium estertheticum Spores in Samples from Meat Plant Conveyors and Silage Stacks by Conventional and Real-Time PCR Procedures},
  author={Xianqin Yang and Colin O Gill and Sampathkumar Balamurugan},
  year={2010}
}
Spoilage of vacuum packaged raw meats by Clostridium estertheticum, Clostridium gasigenes or Clostridium frigidicarnis is accompanied by gas production which causes swelling of packs (Broda et al. 1999; 2000). However, only C. estertheticum has been found to cause gross swelling of vacuum packs at early times during storage at well maintained chiller temperatures (Moschonas et al. 2010). That is apparently the type of blown pack spoilage that is seen most commonly in vacuum packaged raw meats… CONTINUE READING

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