By Chin-Yi Chen, Xianghe Yan, Charlene R. Jackson
Antimicrobial Resistance and nutrients security: equipment and Techniques introduces antimicrobial resistant food-borne pathogens, their surveillance and epidemiology, rising resistance and resistant pathogens. This research is through a scientific presentation of presently utilized technique and know-how, together with complicated applied sciences for detection, intervention, and data applied sciences. This reference can be utilized as a pragmatic consultant for scientists, nutrients engineers, and regulatory team of workers in addition to scholars in nutrition safeguard, meals microbiology, or meals science.
- Includes research of all significant pathogens of concern
- Provides many case stories and examples of primary study findings
- Presents fresh advances in methodologies and analytical software
- Demonstrates probability evaluate utilizing info applied sciences in foodborne pathogens
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2013a). S. Heidelberg and S. , 2011). Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi is the most invasive, causing typhoid fever in humans. , 2012). , 2013b). Pathogenic Mechanisms Salmonella growth, survival, and virulence respond to a series of stress factors such as pH, oxygen availability, and osmolarity (Altier, 2005; Humphrey, 2004; Ricke, 2003a; Spector and Kenyon, 2012). When there is a lack of nutrients, such as carbon sources, this can trigger global stress responses in Salmonella resulting in a changed physiological state with a wide array of genes impacted including some virulence genes (Spector and Kenyon, 2012).
2007). Some strains of STEC are acid-resistant and non-pathogenic E. coli Antimicrobial Resistance of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli Chapter | 2 27 strains are, in general less acid-tolerant than pathogenic strains (Gorden and Small, 1993). Acid-resistant strains of E. , 2007). Both organic acid and inorganic acid inhibit the growth of bacterial pathogens, but the mechanism of inhibition by the two acids is completely different. At pH below their pKa values organic acids are present in the un-disassociated form which can diffuse across bacterial cell membrane, subsequently dissociate and acidify cytoplasm causing the ease of bacterial metabolism and death of bacterial cells.