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[a spate of listeriosis in newborn infants in vienna (author's transl)].twelve years after the last bacteriologically verified case of human listeriosis was reported in austria, 3 cases of neonatal listeriosis have been observed in vienna within the space of a few months. in 2 patients the disease was definitely septicaemic, whilst the third suffered from predominantly pneumonic manifestations. as the clinical picture is not uniform, neonatal listeriosis may be difficult to recognize. therefore, the consulted physician ought always to consider this disease, when he ...19806769258
nonhemolytic strains of listeria monocytogenes detected in milk products using vidas immunoassay kit.in december 1995 detection of listeria monocytogenes sv 1/2a in milk products that were routinely sampled for investigation at the austrian federal food inspection laboratory (vienna) led the food manufacturer in question to withdraw his product from the market. while one of seven listeria strains isolated from this food product using "vidas l. monocytogenes kit" was undoubtedly l. monocyotogenes, six strains were nonhemolytic. in classical bacteriology haemolysin is used as an important phenoty ...19979636989
prevalence of major foodborne pathogens in food confiscated from air passenger luggage.the eu has issued several directives and regulations pertaining to the importation of animals and products of animal origin (poao) and veterinary controls on importation. unfortunately, little information is available concerning associated risks and no attempts have been made to collect baseline data on the actual prevalence of zoonotic agents in poao carried by travellers. to meet these challenges the eu recently introduced and financed a research project "promise". its main objectives were to ...201525161012
survey on the listeria contamination of ready-to-eat food products and household environments in vienna, austria.qualitative and quantitative contamination of ready-to-eat food-stuffs with the pathogen listeria monocytogenes was studied in 1586 samples collected from 103 supermarkets (n = 946) and 61 households (n = 640) in vienna, austria. seventeen groups of ready-to-eat foods were classified into three risk categories for contamination (cp1-cp3). three to four samples were randomly collected at the retail level from each cp. regarding the households, the sampling procedure was started with food items of ...200717359442
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