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  • Nambiar, V.N. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1980)
    Spoilage characteristics of different types of bacteria isolated from bacteriologically defective cans and processing factory environs were studied by inoculating pure cultures into sterile prawn meat. The pattern of ...
  • Nambiar, V.N.; Iyer, K.M. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India) Cochin, 1971)
    A detailed bacteriological survey of the prawn canneries of Cochin area was carried out to study the nature and type of microorganisms present in the factory environs and their role in causing contamination of the canned ...
  • Surendran, P.K.; Thampuran, N.; Nambiar, V.N. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2000)
    Microbiological characteristics of fresh and brackish water prawn farms along with their physico-chemical parameters have been investigated. Even though water quality was within the accepted limits in the two farms, there ...
  • 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 ...
  • Nambiar, V.N.; Surendran, P.K. (Cochin University of Science And Technology, 1998)
    Salmonella serotypes isolated from fish were found to have tolerance to a wide range of pH and sodium chloride concentration. They were found to grow at ph levels as low as 3.5 and as high as 10.6. Growth was observed upto ...
  • Damle, S.P.; Garg, D.K.; Nambiar, V.N.; Valsan, A.P. (1989)
  • Surendran, P.K.; Thampuran, N.; Nambiar, V.N.; Lalitha, K.V. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 2001)
    The microbial ecology of the inland water bodies particularly the riverine and aquaculture systems is discussed with special reference to pollution and human/aquatic animal health . The studies covered the various locations ...
  • Nambiar, V.N.; Surendran, P.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 2003)
    Microorganisms play an important role in the spoilage of fish. Knowledge of the microbial quality of fish will help in assessing the quality of the fish and the extent of contamination with harmful microorganisms. A study ...
  • Gopal, T.K.S.; Nambiar, V.N.; Lalitha, K.V.; Joseph, J.; Prabhu, P.V. (Department of Ocean Development, 1996)
    Sea bream (Argyrozona argyrozona) was filleted and cut into pieces (125 to 140 g). Three pieces were sealed in each 12 micron polyester laminated with 230 gauge low density polythene pouches containing 80% CO2 and 20% air ...
  • Nambiar, V.N.; Surendran, P.K.; Iyer, M.K (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1974)
    Two aerobic, gram-negative asporogenous, red-pigmented, rod-shaped bacterial strains were isolated from oil sardine (Sardinella longiceps) . Their morphological, biochemical and growth characteristics are reported . The ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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)
    The oxide salmonella rapid test is for the presumptive detection of motile salmonella in food material and environmental samples.

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