prevalence of microorganisms of hygienic interest in an organized abattoir in mumbai, india.the magnitude of food-borne illnesses in india is unknown because of lack of surveillance networks. monitoring the prevalence of food-borne pathogens and indicators of contamination in primary production at abattoirs is imperative for creating a data bank and for effective control of such pathogens before they enter the food chain.201020818094
a pilot programme of mrsa surveillance in india. (mrsa surveillance study group).this surveillance study was conducted simultaneously at three centres across india. a total of 13,610 test samples from various sites were obtained. microbiological methods employed were similar at the three centres. identification of s aureus was based on the recognition of the production of coagulase with positive isolates being recorded as s aureus. both tube coagulase tests and slide coagulase test were performed. antimicrobial susceptibility testing of the isolated strains of staphylococcus ...19969715287
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