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Prevalence of Faecal Shedding on Scottish Beef Cattle Farms of Verocytotoxigenic Escherichia Coli Serotypes: O26, O103, O111, and O145

Institutions
Scottish Agricultural College
Start date
2002
End date
2003
Objective
This project will study the prevalence of non-VTEC E.coli, which are potential human pathogens, in the faeces of Scottish beef cattle. This builds onto an existing project funded by the Wellcome Trust through their IPRAVE (International Partnership Research Award in Veterinary Epidemiology) study. This research will lead to a better understanding of the relative potential risk of these organisms entering the Scottish Food Chain.
More information

Find more about this project and other FSA food safety-related projects at the Food Standards Agency Research webpage.

Funding Source
Food Standards Agency
Project number
S01014
Categories
Prevention and Control
Chemical Contaminants
Heavy Metals
Escherichia coli