volume 18, issue 6, P323-326 1994
DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765x.1994.tb00879.x
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Abstract: Nisin (NisaplinTM) was added to scald water and used to treat Listeria monocytogenes which were either directly suspended in the water or attached to turkey skin. There was at least a 1 log decrease of listeria for the nisin treatments. This was followed by further reductions when the samples were stored under refrigeration. Heat exhibited a synergistic relationship with the nisin when the cells were directly suspended in the scald water. A 2 log decrease was observed immediately after this treatment and ther…

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