volume 20, issue 6, P380-384 1995
DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765x.1995.tb01326.x
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Abstract: Salmonella enteritidis enters a viable-but-nonculturable state when exposed to starvation in aquatic environments. This study determined starvation survival of this pathogen in chemically defined solutions and tested the ability of nonselective enrichment to detect viable-but-nonculturable cells. Starvation of Salm. enteritidis at 7 degrees C in 7.35 mmol l-1 potassium phosphate buffer resulted in complete loss of culturability after 5 weeks with maintenance of a substrate-responsive population of over 10,000 …

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