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Food contamination with Bacillus cereus originates either directly from the soil or from contaminated equipment (Guinebretiere and Nguyen-The, 2003;...

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The majority of the world’s 765 million goats are found in developing countries in Asia, Africa and South America. In the late 1990s approximately 5%...

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Poultry meat is a popular source of protein and there is a global market for poultry products, purchased in a range of forms that can be quickly and...

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HistorySheep and goats were domesticated before cattle (Clutton-Brock, 1981; Anifantakis, 1990) and it is reasonable to assume that men started to...

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Total world milk production was reported as 568,480 thousand tonnes in 2000, of which 61,913 thousand tonnes (10.98%) were produced by buffaloes....

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History, domestication and migration of goatsGoats represent among the earliest species of livestock to have evolved with pastoralist humans. The...

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Clostridium botulinum are Gram-positive, catalase negative, strictly anaerobic spore-forming bacilli with oval to cylindrical, terminal to...

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Aeromonas hydrophila is an emerging aquatic pathogen, widely distributed in aquatic ecosystems such as freshwater, coastal water and sewage (Hazen et...

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The Roman town of Herculaneum was destroyed by the tremendous volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in August 79 AD. Recently, L. Capasso found bone...

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HistoryAnthrax is a peracute, acute or subacute disease, primarily affecting herbivores but also capable of affecting other mammals, including man,...