The adaptive response of bacterial food-borne pathogens in the environment, host and food: Implications for food safety.

@article{AlvarezOrdoez2015TheAR,
  title={The adaptive response of bacterial food-borne pathogens in the environment, host and food: Implications for food safety.},
  author={Avelin{\'o} Alvarez-Ordo{\~n}ez and V{\'e}ronique Broussolle and Pierre Colin and Christophe Nguyen-th{\'e} and Miguel Prieto},
  journal={International journal of food microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={213},
  pages={99-109}
}
Bacteria are constantly faced to stress situations in their ecological niches, the food and the host gastrointestinal tract. The capacity to detect and respond to surrounding changes is crucial for bacterial pathogens to survive or grow in changing environments. To this purpose, cells have evolved various sophisticated networks designed to protect against stressors or repair damage caused by them. Challenges can occur during production of foods when subjected to processing, and after food… CONTINUE READING
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