Evaluation of new culture media for rapid detection and isolation of salmonellae in foods.

@article{Pignato1995EvaluationON,
  title={Evaluation of new culture media for rapid detection and isolation of salmonellae in foods.},
  author={Sarina Pignato and Alberto M. Marino and M C Emanuele and Valeria Iannotta and Santo Caracappa and Giuseppe Giammanco},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={61 5},
  pages={1996-9}
}
Conventional methods for Salmonella detection in foods can require up to 6 and at least 4 days. We have observed that the total analysis time can be reduced to 48 h by using Salmosyst broth as a liquid medium for both preenrichment and selective enrichment and Rambach agar (RA), a new selective plate medium. In samples of artificially contaminated ground beef Salmonella enteritidis was detected at a concentration of 0.4 CFU/g (10 CFU/25 g) by both a conventional method and the new method. Of… CONTINUE READING

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