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The Incidence of Enterobacteriaceae Causing Food Poisoning in Some Meat Products

@article{AlMutairi2011TheIO,
  title={The Incidence of Enterobacteriaceae Causing Food Poisoning in Some Meat Products},
  author={Mohammed Al-Mutairi},
  journal={Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology},
  year={2011}
}
  • M. Al-Mutairi
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology
A total of seventy five samples of meat products, 25 of each of kofta, sausage, and shawerma were collected from different supermarkets and shops in Giza governorate, Egypt to be examined bacteriologically to determine its sanitary quality. The current study was done at April to July 2009. The mean aerobic plate count values were 28.4×10 5 , 24.3×10 4 and 7×10 5 CFU/g, respectively. Enterobacteriaceae count was 10.14×10 5 , 5×10 4 and 37.8×10 4 CFU/g, respectively While the Coliforms (MPN… Expand

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