Human microbiome versus food-borne pathogens: friend or foe

@article{JosephsSpaulding2016HumanMV,
  title={Human microbiome versus food-borne pathogens: friend or foe},
  author={Jonathan Josephs-Spaulding and Erik Beeler and Om Vir Singh},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={100},
  pages={4845-4863}
}
As food safety advances, there is a great need to maintain, distribute, and provide high-quality food to a much broader consumer base. There is also an ever-growing “arms race” between pathogens and humans as food manufacturers. The human microbiome is a collective organ of microbes that have found community niches while associating with their host and other microorganisms. Humans play an important role in modifying the environment of these organisms through their life choices, especially… CONTINUE READING
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