The detection of Salmonella in skimmed milk powder enrichments using conventional methods and immunomagnetic separation.


Skimmed milk powders were spiked with one of three Salmonella serovars and incubated in buffered peptone water for 24 h. No false-negative results were obtained by immunomagnetic separation (IMS), compared to seven for selenite cysteine, one for Müller-Kauffmann tetrathionate and two for Rappaport-Vassiliadis enrichment broths. Salmonella virchow was… (More)


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