Frequency and enumeration of Campylobacter species from processed broiler carcasses by weep and rinse samples.

@article{Stern2007FrequencyAE,
  title={Frequency and enumeration of Campylobacter species from processed broiler carcasses by weep and rinse samples.},
  author={Norman J. Stern and Frankl{\'i}n Georgsson and Ruff Lowman and J R Bisaillon and Jarle Reiersen and Kenneth A. Callicott and Margr{\'e}t Geirsd{\'o}ttir and R Hrolfsd{\'o}ttir and Kelli Lee Hiett},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={2007},
  volume={86 2},
  pages={394-9}
}
Frequency and numbers of Campylobacter spp. were assessed per freshly processed, contaminated broiler carcass. Campylobacter-positive flocks were identified by cecal sample analysis at slaughter. These flocks had been tested as Campylobacter negative at 4.1 +/- 0.9 d prior to slaughter. Levels of contamination were estimated using 2 sampling approaches per carcass: (1) free weep fluids and (2) whole-carcass, 100 mL of distilled water rinses. Estimations of counts were determined by directly… CONTINUE READING
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