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  • 1.   Application of pulsed-field gel electrophoresis to characterise and trace the prevalence of Enterobacter sakazakii in an infant formula processing facility

    The aim of this study was to examine the contamination of powdered infant formula by enterobacter sakazakii (E. sakazakii) and its processing environment was monitored

    Int J Food Microbiol, Vol: 116 Page: 73-81 May 2007
    N. R. Mullane; P. Whyte; P. G. Wall; T. Quinn; S. Fanning

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  • 2.   Characterization of a collection of Enterobacter sakazakii isolates from environmental and food sources

    The aim of this study was to examine 51 environmental and food E. sakazakii isolates and 6 E. sakazakii type strains

    Int J Food Microbiol, Vol: 110 Page: 127-34 July 2006
    D. Drudy; M. O'Rourke; M. Murphy; N. R. Mullane; R. O'Mahony; L. Kelly; M. Fischer; S. Sanjaq; P. Shannon; P. Wall; M. O'Mahony; P. Whyte; S. Fanning

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  • 3.   Detection of Enterobacter sakazakii in dried infant milk formula by cationic-magnetic-bead capture

    This study examined the development of a simple method, combining charged separation and growth on selective agar, to detect E. sakazakii in dried infant milk formula

    Appl Environ Microbiol, Vol: 72 Page: 6325-30 September 2006
    N. R. Mullane; J. Murray; D. Drudy; N. Prentice; P. Whyte; P. G. Wall; A. Parton; S. Fanning

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