Microbial procedure: Salmonellae & Shigella
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Salmonella is a gram-negative bacterium of the family Enterobacteriaceae. Salmonella lives in animal and human intestines and is shed through feces, which usually infects humans through contaminated water or food. The paper presents the methodology of determining the presence of Salmonella and Shigella in fish and fishery products.
Lim, P. Y. (1987). Salmonellae & Shigella. In H. Hasegawa (Ed.), Laboratory Manual on Analytical Methods and Procedures for Fish and Fish Products (pp. E-4.1-E-4.5). Singapore: Marine Fisheries Research Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
Manuals; Culture media; Analysis; Analytical techniques; Methodology; Fishery products; Fishery industry; Food technology; Standards; Specifications; Aerobic bacteria; Microbiological analysis; Microorganisms; Pathogenic bacteria; Pathogens; Health and safety; Public health; Microbial contamination; Salmonella