Identification and Detection of Salmonella Risk Assessment from Frozen Buffalo Meat Exported from India

  title={Identification and Detection of Salmonella Risk Assessment from Frozen Buffalo Meat Exported from India},
  author={U. Sen and A. Garode},
  journal={Journal of Bacteriology \& Mycology: Open Access},
  • U. Sen, A. Garode
  • Published 19 April 2016
  • Biology
  • Journal of Bacteriology & Mycology: Open Access
Salmonella found in worldwide in cattle and buffalo meat when even it is in frozen condition and even considered among the most important animal related zoonotic disease. Salmonella is a leading cause of foodborne illness. In this paper the focus given to, whether the frozen buffalo meat contain Salmonella or absent in India when it exported to other countries and the sanitary level in abattoir during practicing food safety conditions are up to the mark or not. In the present investigation 56… 

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