Phage Therapy To Reduce Preprocessing Salmonella Infections in Market-Weight Swine

@article{Wall2009PhageTT,
  title={Phage Therapy To Reduce Preprocessing Salmonella Infections in Market-Weight Swine},
  author={S. Wall and Jiayi Zhang and M. Rostagno and P. Ebner},
  journal={Applied and Environmental Microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={76},
  pages={48 - 53}
}
ABSTRACT Contamination of meat products with food-borne pathogens usually results from the carcass coming in contact with the feces of an infected animal during processing. In the case of Salmonella, pigs can become colonized with the organism during transport and lairage from contaminated trailers and holding pens, resulting in increased pathogen shedding just prior to processing. Increased shedding, in turn, amplifies the likelihood of carcass contamination by magnifying the amount of… Expand
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