comparison of multiplex pcr with conventional biochemical methods for the identification of listeria spp. isolates from food and clinical samples in queensland, australia.listeria monocytogenes is an important foodborne pathogen with high mortality. l. monocytogenes and five other listeria species can frequently be found in the same sample. to identify listeria isolates found in foods to the species level, two multiplex pcrs were designed. the pcr and conventional biochemical methods were compared for the identification of 456 listeria isolates collected from routine food quality monitoring schemes between june 2004 and february 2006 and for 62 l. monocytogenes i ...200717803144
incidence of aeromonas and listeria spp. in red meat and milk samples in brisbane, australia.a total of 150 samples, 50 each of beef, lamb and pork from 10 local retail stores in brisbane metropolitan area as well as 150 raw bovine bulk milk tank samples obtained from queensland united foods (quf), were examined for the presence of aeromonas and listeria spp. over a period of 1 year. different sets of enrichment and plating media were used to recover the organisms with subsequent identification using conventional biochemical and serotyping techniques. a total of 509 isolates consisting ...19911904764
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