2018
DOI: 10.1002/jsfa.8945
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Abstract: It takes several steps to bring food from the farm to the fork (dining table), and contamination with food-borne pathogens can occur at any point in the process. Campylobacter spp. and Salmonella spp. are the main microorganisms responsible for foodborne disease in the EU. These two pathogens are able to persist throughout the food supply chain thanks to their ability to form biofilms. Owing to the high prevalence of Salmonella and especially of Campylobacter in the food supply chain and the huge efforts of fo… Show more

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“…Swarming has been reported as another principal pattern of a surface-associated united process of bacteria. Swarming accelerates the prompt colonization of surfaces via micro-colonies of bacteria as a means of migration [ 44 ]. Bacterial swarming motility has been positively correlated with virulence factor production, antibiotic resistance and biofilm formation [ 45 – 46 ].…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Swarming has been reported as another principal pattern of a surface-associated united process of bacteria. Swarming accelerates the prompt colonization of surfaces via micro-colonies of bacteria as a means of migration [ 44 ]. Bacterial swarming motility has been positively correlated with virulence factor production, antibiotic resistance and biofilm formation [ 45 – 46 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Literatures have revealed that production of biofilm by Salmonella spp. may be enhanced by the presence of other bacteria [ 44 , 86 ]. Literatures have also revealed that the presence of other species may deter formation of biofilm by Salmonella spp.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Acetic acid also showed anti-quorum sensing activity in E. coli and S. Typhimurium [24]. Quorum sensing is a cell-to-cell communication mechanism that has great importance in biofilm formation, and inhibition of this mechanism can result in lower biofilm formation [30]. Flagella also have important roles in the initial adhesion of bacterial cells to a surface in biofilm formation [31].…”
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“…Bacteria within biofilms are up to 1,000 times more tolerant to antibiotics, disinfectants, mechanical removal, and other stresses, and this tolerance heavily impedes antimicrobial treatment 4,5 . Hence, persistent biofilm infections and contaminations widely occur and cause a tremendous amount of problems in various sectors, including medicine 6,7 , food industry 8,9 and agriculture 9,10 . This urges the need for strategies that inhibit biofilm formation and render microbes susceptible to treatment.…”
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“…Salmonella species form biofilms outside and inside the host and EPS both helps cells attach and protects against eradication by mechanical cleaning, disinfectants, antibiotics and the host immune system 37 . Inhibiting EPS, therefore, offers a route to inhibit biofilms, and reduce major problems and economic losses due to Salmonella in industrial 9 and medical settings 38 . Moreover, EPS has the potential to be shared with other cells, rendering it a potential public good 39 , meaning that its inhibition may be subject to the hypothesized counter-selection of resistance.…”
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