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Алимов М.А. Контаминированность объектов ветеринарного надзора возбудителем листериоза и биологические свойства выделенных культур. Диссертация. 2004. 152 с.
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Commission regulation (EC) No 1688/2005 of 14 October 2005 implementing Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards special guarantees crobiological analysis of the internal and external surfaces of the cattle and pig carcasses. The surfaces of 20% of cattle carcasses after hide removal were contaminated with L. monocytogenes. The other species of Listeria contaminated the cattle carcasses in a range of 20 до 80 %; the pig carcasses were contaminated at a level of 100 %. The internal surfaces of 20–90% of the examined cattle carcasses were contaminated with nonpathogenic Listeria. With that, the internal surfaces of 20% of the examined pig carcasses were contaminated with L.monocytogenes and
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100% with other species of Listeria. The microorganisms of the genus Salmonella contaminated the surfaces of 20–40% of cattle carcasses after hide removal and the internal surfaces of 20 % of carcasses after evisceration. Salmonella was not detected on the pork carcasses.
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