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  • Infectious rain? Evaluation of human pathogen concentrations in stormwater in separate sewer systems. [Journal Article]
    Water Sci Technol 2019; 80(6):1022-1030Schreiber C, Heinkel SB, … Kistemann T
  • Separate sewer systems collect and discharge rainwater directly into surface water bodies. In residential areas covering moderate traffic load these are alternative drainage routes to avoid combined sewer overflow discharge and to keep rivers clean as required by the EU Water Framework Directive. This overflow's microbial quality, however, needs to be evaluated, since stormwater run-offs are pote…
  • The Effect of Sanitizers on Microbial Levels of Chicken Meat Collected from Commercial Processing Plants. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(23)Chousalkar K, Sims S, … Sexton M
  • Chicken meat can potentially become contaminated with bacteria at the processing plant. In Australia, there is currently a lack of knowledge on the parameters and indications of use of non-chlorine based treatments in the chicken meat processing plants. Chlorine is widely used as a sanitizer in Australian chicken meat processing plants but due to occupational health and safety concerns and consum…
  • In vitro assessment of immunomodulatory and anti-Campylobacter activities of probiotic lactobacilli. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):17903Taha-Abdelaziz K, Astill J, … Sharif S
  • The present study was undertaken to assess the antimicrobial activity of Lactobacillus spp. (L. salivarius, L. johnsonii, L. reuteri, L. crispatus, and L. gasseri) against Campylobacter jejuni as well as their immunomodulatory capabilities. The results demonstrated that lactobacilli exhibit differential antagonistic effects against C. jejuni and vary in their ability to elicit innate responses in…
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