food infection

food infection

[′füd in‚fek·shən]
(medicine)
A type of bacterial food poisoning in which the host is infected by organisms carried by food.
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The thermophilic Campylobacter species, such as Jejuni and Coli, have an important role in the development of Campylobacteriosis becoming more prominent in the food infection as the spread of Campylobacter contamination in food has become very important in recent yearsgoingeven further than Salmonella 1S.
In spite of the fact that animal faces is as one importance origin for food infection, therefore study on this subject is very importance and attractive for determine the origin infection in food and in ice cream.
Cockroaches (Blattaria) as vectors of food poisoning and food infection organisms.
He said that some street foods contained E.Coli and Enteropathogens bacteria that can lead to serious food infections.
He said he is convinced that this exchange will provide an efficient contribution to the common fight against food infections due to today's eating habits which represent "a real problem of public health." The first Maghreb congress on this subject had been held in Casablanca (Morocco) in October 2010.
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