Last Posted: Jun 01, 2022
- Monitoring AMR in Campylobacter jejuni from Italy in the last 10 years (2011-2021): Microbiological and WGS data risk assessment.
Conesa A et al. EFSA journal. European Food Safety Authority 2022 5 (Suppl 1) e200406
- America's Food Safety System Failed to Stop a Salmonella Epidemic. It's Still Making People Sick.
Yeung B, et al. ProPublica, Oct 29, 2021.
- Metagenomics Approaches for Improving Food Safety.
Billington Craig et al. Journal of food protection 2021 10
- Interpretative labor and the bane of non-standardized metadata in public health surveillance and food safety.
Pettengill James B et al. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 2021 7
- Preventing Chagas disease: A new RT-qPCR method for rapid and specific quantification of viable Trypanosoma cruzi for food safety.
de Oliveira Ana Caroline et al. Food research international (Ottawa, Ont.) 2021 6 110368
- Machine Learning-Reinforced Noninvasive Biosensors for Healthcare.
Zhang Kaiyi et al. Advanced healthcare materials 2021 e2100734
- Salmonella Genomics in Public Health and Food Safety.
Brown Eric W et al. EcoSal Plus 2021 6 eESP00082020
- Avian influenza overview December 2020 - February 2021.
et al. EFSA journal. European Food Safety Authority 2021 3 (3) e06497
- Emerging Applications of Machine Learning in Food Safety.
Deng Xiangyu et al. Annual review of food science and technology 2021 Jan
- Precision long-read metagenomics sequencing for food safety by detection and assembly of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in irrigation water.
Maguire Meghan et al. PloS one 2021 (1) e0245172
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