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2017 | 66 | 1 | 59-65
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Kultury ochronne i ich zastosowanie w ograniczeniu rozwoju pałeczek listeria monocytogenes w surowcach i produktach mięsnych

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Protective bacterial cultures and their use for inhibition of growth of listeriamonocytogenes in meat and meat products.
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Liczne badania dowodzą, że mięso i produkty mięsne są źródłem chorobotwórczych bakterii Listeria monocytogenes. Potrzebne są różne strategie do zabezpieczenia produktu finalnego, aby zapobiec zakażeniu konsumentów. W pracy scharakteryzowano pałeczki Listeria monocytogenes oraz kultury ochronne stosowane do hamowania ich wzrostu. Zwrócono również uwagę na możliwość praktycznego wykorzystania bakterii mlekowych i wydzielanych przez nie bakteriocyn.
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Numerous investigations have provided evidence that meat and meat products are the source of pathological bacteria Listeria monocytogenes. Different strategies need to be applied in order to prevent consumers from contamination. In this review article, Listeria monocytogenes rods, and protective cultures of lactic acid bacteria ableto inhibit their growth are characterized. The attention is also paid to the possibilityof practical application of lactic acid bacteria and secreted by them bacteriocins.
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66
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1
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59-65
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2017
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