Major foodborne pathogens in fish and fish products: a review

  title={Major foodborne pathogens in fish and fish products: a review},
  author={Aleksandr Novoslavskij and M. Terentjeva and Inga Eizenberga and O. Valciņa and V. Bartkevi{\vc}s and A. Bērziņ{\vs}},
  journal={Annals of Microbiology},
  • Aleksandr Novoslavskij, M. Terentjeva, +3 authors A. Bērziņš
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • Annals of Microbiology
  • Fish plays an important role in the human diet, and there is an observed increase in the consumption of fish per capita in Europe. However, intensive growth of industry and agriculture may cause contamination of natural and human-made aquatic environments, and may affect not only the health of fish, but also raise safety concerns with regard to fish used for human consumption. It is well known that fish and fish products are often associated with human diseases. Thus, it is necessary to study… CONTINUE READING
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