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Abstract

A new screening test incorporating a selective motility enrichment technique and a latex test gave results in 42 h; this included an 18 h pre-enrichment step. Specificity was 99% on testing 296 Salmonella of 248 serotypes and all 98 non-Salmonella strains were negative. The test proved highly...

Author(s)
Holbrook, R.; Baird-Parker, A. C.
Publisher
International Dairy Federation, Brussels, Belgium
Citation
Modern microbiological methods for dairy products., 1989, pp 365-371
Abstract

The efficacy of 4 commercially available rapid salmonella detection kits and 2 conventional methods was determined with naturally contaminated or spiked food samples including meats, sea foods, milk and milk products, spices, herbs and various dried food materials. Compared with the Bacteriological ...

Author(s)
Holbrook, R.; Anderson, J. M.; Baird-Parker, A. C.; Stuchbury, S. H.
Citation
Letters in Applied Microbiology, 1989, 9, 5, pp 161-164
Abstract

A selective motility enrichment technique is described for detecting salmonella in foods within 42 h. Known as the Oxoid Salmonella Rapid Test (OSRT), it is based upon the migration of salmonellae from an elective broth into tubes containing semi-solid selective media. Samples showing a positive...

Author(s)
Holbrook, R.; Anderson, J. M.; Baird-Parker, A. C.; Dodds, L. M.; Sawhney, D.; Stuchbury, S. H.; Swaine, D.
Citation
Letters in Applied Microbiology, 1989, 8, 4, pp 139-142