Isolation and Identification of Salmonella sp. from different food

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Isolation and Identification of Salmonella sp. from different food

Nasima Aktar, Rabeya Bilkis, Mohammad Ilias
Int. J. Biosci.8( 2), 16-24, February 2016.
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Abstract

The consumption of meat as well as dry fish and many different types of processed foods are dramatically increasing in recent years. Although the productions are increasing, the quality is not maintained up to standard. The microbial safety status of raw meat, dry fish and pudding was investigated in this study to determine the incidence of Salmonella sp. contamination. Isolation and identification of Salmonella sp. by conventional tests (microscopy and culture in differential media combined with several biochemical tests) was performed. Presence of Salmonella sp. in the foods indicates fecal contamination.

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