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Prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in Beef , Chevon and Chicken in Bangladesh

  title={Prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in Beef , Chevon and Chicken in Bangladesh},
  author={M. Islam and A. Husna and M. Khatun},
The present research was conducted for the isolation and characterization of the Listeria monocytogenes from meat samples collected from different local markets around Mymensingh town such as Boira, Paglar bazar, Kawatkhali bazar, Kamal-Ranjit (K-R) market and Shes More bazar. A total of 36 meat samples were collected from cattle, goat and chicken. After preparation the samples were inoculated into different selective media such as Oxford Agar, Mannitol Salt Agar and Blood Agar for isolation… Expand

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