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Morphological Change and Stress Tolerance of Campylobacter Jejuni Below the Growth Temperature, with Relation to Chicken Processing

Start date
2001
End date
2006
Objective
To investigate the heat tolerance of C. jejuni strains isolated from different sources
More information
Progress: Thermal inactivation of C. jejuni at 52oC indicated that strains isolated from different sources vary in their heat tolerance. The level of inactivation was not increased by chilling the cells prior to heat exposure, as would be seen in other bacteria, such as Salmonella spp. or Escherichia coli. The Campylobacter jejuni strains tested were able to maintain cell numbers when held under chill conditions after heat damage.

Project number
2002030
Categories
Salmonella
Escherichia coli
Campylobacter
Commodities
Meat, Poultry, Game