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OCCURRENCE OF BACILLUS CEREUS AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ORGANISMS IN SOME DAIRY DESSERTS

@inproceedings{Hussein2015OCCURRENCEOB,
  title={OCCURRENCE OF BACILLUS CEREUS AND STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS ORGANISMS IN SOME DAIRY DESSERTS},
  author={M. F. Hussein and O. Sadek and El Taher},
  year={2015}
}
Accepted: 11/5/2015 A total of 60 dairy desserts samples comprising ice cream, mehallabia and rice with milk (20 samples of each) were collected from different dairy shops and supermarkets in Assiut city, Egypt. All samples were examined bacteriologicaly for isolation and enumeration of B. cereus and Staph. aureus organisms. The incidences of B. cereus in ice cream, mehallabia and rice with milk samples were 55, 60 and 15%, and the average counts were 3.1 X 10 9 , 1.07 X 10 10 and 1.7 X 10 9… Expand

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