Enterococcus faecium is commonly found in high numbers in ready to eat foods, being a member of the bacterial communities of a variety of fermented foods, including cheese and sausages, and is widely used as human and animal probiotic. However, this bacterial species is a leading cause of nosocomial infection, mainly endocarditis and urinary tract infections.

Cocconcelli, P. S., Gazzola, S., Pietta, E., Puglisi, E., Bassi, D., Fontana, C. A., Cappa, F., A new approach for the safety assessment of Enterococcus faecium in the food chain., in Global Issues in Food Microbiology Abstract book, (Istanbul, 03-07 September 2012), Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul 2012: 499-499 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/41406]

A new approach for the safety assessment of Enterococcus faecium in the food chain.

Cocconcelli;Pier Sandro; Gazzola;Simona; Pietta;Ester; Puglisi;Edoardo; Bassi;Daniela; Fontana;Cecilia Alejandra; Cappa
2012

Abstract

Enterococcus faecium is commonly found in high numbers in ready to eat foods, being a member of the bacterial communities of a variety of fermented foods, including cheese and sausages, and is widely used as human and animal probiotic. However, this bacterial species is a leading cause of nosocomial infection, mainly endocarditis and urinary tract infections.
Inglese
Global Issues in Food Microbiology Abstract book
23rd international ICFMH Symposium Foodmicro 2012
Istanbul
3-set-2012
7-set-2012
978-975-561-423-6
Cocconcelli, P. S., Gazzola, S., Pietta, E., Puglisi, E., Bassi, D., Fontana, C. A., Cappa, F., A new approach for the safety assessment of Enterococcus faecium in the food chain., in Global Issues in Food Microbiology Abstract book, (Istanbul, 03-07 September 2012), Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul 2012: 499-499 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/41406]
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