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  • Lalitha, K.V. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, India, 2001)
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    In order to determine the acceptability of fish as well as shellfish, the assessment of their microbial quality is necessary. The microbial parameters that are generally assessed to determine their consumer acceptability ...
  • Prasad, M.M.; Khasim, D.I.; Basu, S.; Gupta, S.S. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 1989)
    Some studies on bacteriology and proximate chemical composition werecarried out the frozen fsh and shell fish samples brought from 27 th cruise of FORV Sagar Sampada. Out of 21 samples screened for bacteriological studies, ...
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2005)
    Antibiotic residues in processed seafood have become a serious health hazard to the consumer and an economic hazard to the exporters. The problem of antibiotic residues has been associated mainly with processed shrimps ...
  • Thampuran, N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2005)
    A major problem in ensuring food safety is the delay in detecting food-borne pathogens and their toxic products. Several techniques have been developed for detecting the same which is discussed in detail here.
  • Joseph, T.C. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    There are more than 110 different viruses known to be excreted in human feces and collectively called the "enteric viruses". Viruses survive better at low temperatures and are inactivated at high temperatures. Viruses can ...
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    Even though of antibiotics in aquaculture practice is unscientific, unwanted and harmful, antibiotics are being used for therapeutic, prophylactic and/or growth promoting purposes. Also, some manufactures are incorporating ...
  • Nambiar, V.N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    The genus salmonella is named after an American Bacteriologist D.E. Salmon, and belongs to the family Enterobacteriaceae. Th bacterium is Gram negative, and with few exceptions, motile due to the presence of peritrichous ...
  • Nambiar, V.N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    Enzyme linked immuno sorbant assays have been developed for detection of salmonella in foods. It incorporates monoclonal antibodies to provide an excellent means of detecting the presence of salmonella in foods. By decreasing ...
  • Lalitha, K.V. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    Clostridium botulinm, the aetiological agent of botulism, was first isolated from inadequately home cured ham in 1896 by van Ermengem. He named the causative organism Bacillus botulinus. The word botulism comes from the ...
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    Detection of pathogens and their toxins was done by doing some immunological methods. Starting from antigen-antibody reaction, there include precipitation, agglutination.
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    There are some requirements needed to obtain the result as well as the pad-plate method is described below. Tetracycline concentration plays an important role here in this method and on the basis of that there is a equation, ...
  • Nambiar, V.N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    The paper describes a method, USFDA method for the detection purpose of salmonella. There are 10 steps to follow in this particular method. After the execution of the procedure we can concluded it with the characteristics ...
  • Lalitha, K.V. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    Clostridium perfringens is probably the most extensively studied anaerobic bacterium pathogenic for humans. C. perfringens, formerly C. welchii, has been known as the cause of gas gangrene, since 1892 when it was first ...
  • Thampuran, N. (Central Institude of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    With dynamic developments taking place in aquaculture, there is a shift in fish productivity from marine to aquaculture sector as evidenced by latest data. In order to prevent spoilage, many methods are in practise. Chilling, ...
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    On the basis of DNA/DNA homology studies Rocourt et al divided the genus Listeria into 8 species: L. monocytogenes, L. ivanovii, L. innocua, L. welshmerii, L. seeligeri, L. grayi, L. murrayi and L. denitrificans. Now L. ...
  • Gopakumar, K. (Central Institude of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    People all over the world suffer from diseases caused by the consumption of contaminated foodstuffs. Major hazards associated with consumption of seafood and their preventions are discussed in the paper.
  • Surendran, P.K. (Central Institude of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    The fish gets contaminated with microorganisms during handling, transportation and processing right from the point of catch to the end point. Different parameters that are generally assesed to determine consumer acceptability ...
  • Thampuran, N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2001)
    Most research and information on human pathogenic vibrios has for the past years accumulated on vibrio cholerae only, probably due to severity of infection and its impact on public health. Of late, other vibrio species are ...
  • Kumar, R. (Central Institude of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    The application of PCR and DNA probe hybridization in seafood safety assurance is illustrated in this paper.

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