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Enterococcal survival in forcemeat preserved in polymer films and in cutlets made from it

Voprosy pitaniia

Jan 1, 1975

K A Mudretsova-Viss, G M Gabriél'iants

PMID: 1906

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The available data suggest that at 2 degrees and 5 degrees with a 12-day long storage in unpacked and in polymeric film packed forcemeat there occurs no propagation of the enterococci. At 22-24 degrees the multiplication of Str. faecalis var. liquefaciens proceeded similarly both in pac...read more

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Compound A 12
Food Contamination
Food Preservation
Meat
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Cell Survival
Biologic Preservation
Enterococcus
Polymers
Enterococcus faecalis
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    Voprosy pitaniia

    Jan 1, 1975

    K A Mudretsova-Viss, G M Gabriél'iants

    PMID: 1906

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    Abstract

    The available data suggest that at 2 degrees and 5 degrees with a 12-day long storage in unpacked and in polymeric film packed forcemeat there occurs no propagation of the enterococci. At 22-24 degrees the multiplication of Str. faecalis var. liquefaciens proceeded similarly both in pac...read more

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    Compound A 12
    Food Contamination
    Food Preservation
    Meat
    Hydrogen-Ion Concentration

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