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  • noun Plural form of enteropathogen.


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  • Brachyspira pilosicoli was isolated but no other enteropathogens were identified and there was no evidence of PCV2 or PRRSV involvement.

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  • Enormous shifts in food production during the past half century underlie the increased risk and complexity of foodborne disease caused by bacterial enteropathogens originating in food animals in North America. 4 Today, virtually all food consumed domestically is grown and processed on a vast industrial scale or, increasingly, is imported: milk and complex dairy products, eggs and egg products, fresh vegetables and fruits, and the processed snacks and condiments incorporating these foodstuffs.

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  • In bacterial enteropathogens, the major rpoS promoter has been identified within the

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  • The TTSS, shared by the closely related enteropathogens

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  • The genes flanking nlpD were found in many enteropathogens to be involved in survival during stationary phase and under other environmental stress conditions

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  • Although U.S. farmers and companies that process and distribute our food have made considerable progress in reducing the risk of microbial contamination of their products, raw meats and poultry, raw milk, and most vegetables still commonly harbor microorganisms of food-animal origin that are often enteropathogens, such as campylobacter, salmonella, Shiga toxin-producing

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  • The growing threat of foodborne bacterial enteropathogens of animal origin.

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  • This effort should include an international moratorium on the incorporation into animal feeds of growth-promoting antibiotics, which have been linked to greatly increased antimicrobial resistance in bacterial enteropathogens recovered from human infections and may weaken animals 'resistance to colonization by enteropathogens.

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  • We also need to develop rapid and more sensitive molecular methods for detecting enteropathogens in food, both during processing and in random sampling of final products, and programs applying these technologies need to be developed and implemented for high-risk foods.

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  • These have been linked to less animal resistance to enteropathogens (organisms that cause disease in the digestive tract), which in turn have been linked to enteropathogens transmitted to humans through meat consumption. irradiation for certain meats, processed foods containing milk and egg products and selected vegetables which are eaten raw.

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