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Microbial populations on animal hides and beef carcasses at different stages of slaughter in plants employing multiple-sequential interventions for decontamination



Microbial populations on animal hides and beef carcasses at different stages of slaughter in plants employing multiple-sequential interventions for decontamination



Journal of Food Protection 63(8): 1080-1086



Multiple-sequential interventions were applied commercially to reduce beef carcass contamination in 8 packing plants. The study evaluated microbial populations on animal hides and changes in carcass microbial populations at various stages in the slaughtering process.

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Accession: 003498535

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PMID: 10945584

DOI: 10.4315/0362-028x-63.8.1080


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