volume 15, issue 3, P92-95 1992
DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765x.1992.tb00734.x
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Abstract: The efficacy of MSRV, ELISA, Bactometer, IOCCC and in‐house conventional methods for the detection of Salmonella was determined using both naturally contaminated and inoculated food samples. Forty‐three food samples were examined at each of three laboratories. No statistically significant difference in the sensitivity of the methods was observed, suggesting the MSRV method to be a suitable rapid, sensitive method for the detection of Salmonella in the range of food samples tested.

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