By Chin-Yi Chen, Xianghe Yan, Charlene R. Jackson
Antimicrobial Resistance and nutrition defense: tools and Techniques introduces antimicrobial resistant food-borne pathogens, their surveillance and epidemiology, rising resistance and resistant pathogens. This research is by means of a scientific presentation of at the moment utilized method and expertise, together with complex applied sciences for detection, intervention, and knowledge applied sciences. This reference can be utilized as a realistic consultant for scientists, foodstuff engineers, and regulatory body of workers in addition to scholars in meals protection, nutrients microbiology, or foodstuff science.
- Includes research of all significant pathogens of concern
- Provides many case reviews and examples of basic study findings
- Presents contemporary advances in methodologies and analytical software
- Demonstrates chance evaluation utilizing info applied sciences in foodborne pathogens
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5. 5, a similar protective effect did not occur. Resistance to Osmotic Stress As osmolytes, sugar and salt reduce water activity and increase the osmotic pressure of the environment, therefore, inhibiting the growth of microorganisms. 5% NaCl. , 1992). 95, similar to other E. coli cells. In a high osmotic environment, E. coli cells use available osmoregulation systems to maintain their internal osmotic pressure by accumulating compatible 26 Antimicrobial Resistance and Food Safety solutes which are small organic molecules sharing a number of common properties (Galinski and Trüper, 1994).