Effect of Neutralized Cell-Free Supernatant (NCFS) of Lactobacillus Brevis FPTLB3 in Staphylococcus aureus Inoculated Hilsa Fillets
AbstractFood-borne pathogenic bacteria may contaminate fish during rearing, harvesting and processing practices'. Up to 40 per cent of humans carry S. aureus in their nose as a part of the normai microflora. The first link between Staphylococcus aureus and food poisoning has been ascribed to an outbreak associated with eating cheese, while the first recognized meat-related outbreak, involving a fatality, was reported in 1894.
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