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Parasites associés à la viande de porc et aux produits dérivés

@inproceedings{Gamble2009ParasitesA,
  title={Parasites associ{\'e}s {\`a} la viande de porc et aux produits d{\'e}riv{\'e}s},
  author={H. R. Gamble},
  year={2009}
}
Three parasites pose a public health risk from the ingestion of raw or undercooked pork, namely: Trichinella spiralis, Taenia solium and Toxoplasma gondii. Inspection procedures, when practised according to prescribed methods, are effective in eliminating the majority of risks from T. spiralis and T. solium. No suitable methods for the post-slaughter detection of T. gondii are available. All three parasites are inactivated by various methods of cooking, freezing and curing; some information is… Expand

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