Microbial Risk Management Publications
We are investigating innovative, new technologies and methodologies with the potential to transform the management of microbial risk from reactive to predictive and ultimately preventative.
Enhancement of Thermal Inactivation of Cronobacter Sakazakii in Apple Juice at 58 ºC by Inclusion of Butyl Para-Hydroxybenzoate and Malic Acid.
Subtyping Evaluation of Salmonella Enteritidis using SNP and Core Genome MLST with Nanopore Reads
Evaluation of Potential for Butyl and Heptyl Para-Hydroxybenzoate Enhancement of Thermal Inactivation of Cronobacter sakazakii during Rehydration of Powdered Infant Formula and Nonfat Dry Milk
Assessment of Butylparaben (4-hydroxybenzoic acid butyl ester)-Assisted Heat Treatment Against Escherichia Coli O157:H7 and Salmonella Enterica Serotype Typhimurium in Meat and Bone Meal
Monitoring the Microbiome for Food Safety and Quality Using Deep Shotgun Sequencing
Synergistic Effects of Butyl Para-hydroxybenzoate and Mild Heating on Foodborne Pathogenic Bacteria
Evaluation of Nanopore Sequencing Technology to Identify Salmonella Enterica Choleraesuis Var. Kunzendorf and Orion Var. 15+, 34+
Extended Enrichment Procedures Can Be Used To Define False-Negative Probabilities for Cultural Gold Standard Methods for Salmonella Detection, Facilitating Comparisons between Gold Standard and Alternative Methods