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2012 Food Safety Expert Authored Articles

Thermal inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 inoculated at different depths of non-intact blade-tenderized beef steaks

Authors: Adler, J. M., I. Geornaras, K. E. Belk, G. C. Smith, and J. N. Sofos

Publication: Journal of Food Science 77(2):M108-M114 (2012)

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Inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes on ready-to-eat food processing equipment by chlorine dioxide gas

Authors: Trinetta, V., R. Vaid, Q. Xu, R. Linton, and M. Morgan

Publication: Food Control 26 (2012):357-362

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Microbial decontamination of fresh produce

Authors: Foong-Cunningham, S., E. L. C. Verkaar, and K. Swanson

Publication: Microbial decontamination in the food industry: Novel methods and application, eds. Ali Demirci and Michael O. Ngadi. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, UK pp. 3-29 (2012)

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Chlorine dioxide for microbial decontamination of food

Authors: Trinetta, V. and M. Morgan

Publication: Microbial decontamination in the food industry: Novel methods and applications, eds. Ali Demirci and Michael O. Ngadi. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, UK pp. 533-562 (2012)

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Health department inspection criteria more likely to be associated with outbreak restaurants in Minnesota

Authors: Petran, R.L.; B.W. White, and C. W.Hedberg

Publication: Journal of Food Protection 75(11):2007-2015. (2012)

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Using a theoretical predictive tool for the analysis of recent health department inspections at outbreak restaurants and relation of this information to foodborne illness likelihood

Authors: Petran, R.L.; B.W. White, and C. W.Hedberg

Publication: Journal of Food Protection 75(11):2016-2027 (2012)

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Purified sakacin A shows a dual mechanism of action against Listeria spp: proton motive force dissipation and cell wall break down

Authors: Trinetta, V., A. Morleo, F. Sessa, S. Iametti, F. Bonomi, and P. Ferranti

Publication: FEMS Microbiology Letters, 334, 143-149 (2012)

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Microbiology of Fruits and Vegetables

Authors: Danyluk, M.D. and V. Trinetta

Publication: Compendium of methods for the microbiological examination of Foods. 5th Edition. APHA Publication, USA, 2012. (Updated: September 2013)

 

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