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survival of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in natural mineral water. by Marie Kerr

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Thesis (D. Phil.) - University of Ulster, 2001.

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PDF | On Dec 1, , Marie Kerr and others published The survival of added escherichia coli OH7 in natural mineral water and its products and . The survival of added escherichia coli OH7 in natural mineral water and its products and the development of a rapid method for enumeration of the heterotrophic bacteria in natural mineral water By Marie Kerr, Margaret Fitzgerald and James J. Sheridan Get PDF ( KB). Contaminated irrigation water was sprayed once on the vegetables at the rate of 2 l per plot for this treatment 3 weeks after carrots and onions were sown. E. coli OH7 survived in soil samples for – days, and was detected for 74 and Cited by: Also, little is known about the viability of bacterial pathogens when attached to clays. In this study, a parallel plate flow system was used to determine the deposition kinetics and survival of Escherichia coli OH7 on montmorillonite, kaolinite, and goethite over a wide range of ionic strengths (IS) (– mM KCl).Cited by:

  E. coli OH7 may survive and even grow in sterile freshwater at low carbon concentrations, which stands in contrast to the common conception that the organism will die out over time in such Cited by:   E. coli OH7 appears to be capable of survival for prolonged times in water particularly at lower temperatures (Wang and Doyle, ). This microorganism was demonstrated to survive for more than eight months in a farm water gutter, and the surviving organisms were able to colonize cattle (Kudva et al., ).Cited by:   E. coli OH7 may survive and even grow in sterile freshwater at low carbon concentrations, which stands in contrast to the common conception that the organism will die out over time in such strongly carbon-limited environments (Vital et al., ).Cited by: Survival of L. monocytogenes and E. coli OH7 in a hibachi sauce was evaluated. Acidified low-fat mayonnaise based hibachi sauce was stored at either 4 or 23 °C. • g/ g lactic acid had higher antimicrobial activity than g/ g : Daizy Hwang, Elizabeth White, Anuj Purohit, Anand Mohan, Abhinav Mishra.

Survival of Escherichia coli OH7 and Campylobacter jejuni that were separately inoculated into bottled purified drinking water was investigated during storage at 22, 4, and °C for 5, 7. THE SURVIVAL OF ADDED ESCHERICHIA COLI OH7 IN NATURAL MINERAL WATER AND ITS PRODUCTS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RAPID METHOD FOR ENUMERATION OF THE HETEROTROPHIC BACTERIA IN NATURAL MINERAL WATER. (). The reported survival times of E. coli OH7 in natural environments range from several days to more than 6 months (Ibekwe and Ma, ; Ma et al., ). Until recently, studies on E. coli OH7 survival in the open environment are mainly Cited by: 1. Past research studies have also found that A. hydrophila and E. coli OH7 can survive as long as – days in bottled water (Kerr et al., ; Messi et al., ). Table 3 Relationships between fecal indicators numbers and PCR positive and negative results of the pathogens in bottled water samples using binary logistic regression by: