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“…[16][17][18][19] This may be due to different factors, such as pathogen prevalence in birds still on the poultry farm, weather conditions, animal transport, environmental conditions before slaughter, the slaughterhouse facilities, and the industrial processing of carcasses, besides the analytical methodology used. 16,20,21 Slaughtering logistics may also contribute to the difference in the number of positive carcasses. When carcasses that resulted positive are processed before negative ones or before those with low pathogen counts, cross-contamination may lead to a higher number of contaminated carcasses.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…[16][17][18][19] This may be due to different factors, such as pathogen prevalence in birds still on the poultry farm, weather conditions, animal transport, environmental conditions before slaughter, the slaughterhouse facilities, and the industrial processing of carcasses, besides the analytical methodology used. 16,20,21 Slaughtering logistics may also contribute to the difference in the number of positive carcasses. When carcasses that resulted positive are processed before negative ones or before those with low pathogen counts, cross-contamination may lead to a higher number of contaminated carcasses.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…in the carcasses of broilers raised in Goiás, of which 19.8% were contaminated. Carvalho and Cortez (2005) isolated Salmonella sp. in 16.67% of cold carcasses from an abattoir in São Paulo.…”
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“…em carcaças de frango resfriadas e congeladas, com resultados que variam de 12 até 59% de positividade (FUZIHARA; FERNADES; FRANCO, 2000;CARVALHO;CORTEZ, 2005;REITER et al, 2007;CHEN et al, 2010;BORSOI et al, 2010). Assim, apesar da ausência do patógeno nas amostras analisadas, a variação dos resultados entre outros estudos, bem como, o risco à saúde dos consumidores associado à presença desse micro-organismo, torna relevante o contínuo monitoramento.…”
Section: Micro-organismosunclassified