Inactivation of pathogens on food and contact surfaces using ozone as a biocidal agent

A.C. Goudie, F. Olateju, J.G. Anderson, N. Rowan, S.J. MacGregor

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Abstract

This study focuses on the inactivation of a range of food borne pathogens using ozone as a biocidal agent. Experiments were carried out using Campylobacter jejuni, E. coli and Salmonella enteritidis in which population size effects and different treatment temperatures were investigated
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventSociety for General Microbiology – 152nd Meeting – – - University of Edinburgh
Duration: 7 Apr 200311 Apr 2003

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ConferenceSociety for General Microbiology – 152nd Meeting – –
CityUniversity of Edinburgh
Period7/04/0311/04/03

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Keywords

  • pathogens
  • food preparation and processing
  • contact surfaces
  • ozone as a biocidal agent
  • disinfection treatments

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Goudie, A. C., Olateju, F., Anderson, J. G., Rowan, N., & MacGregor, S. J. (2003). Inactivation of pathogens on food and contact surfaces using ozone as a biocidal agent. Poster session presented at Society for General Microbiology – 152nd Meeting – –, University of Edinburgh, .
Goudie, A.C. ; Olateju, F. ; Anderson, J.G. ; Rowan, N. ; MacGregor, S.J. / Inactivation of pathogens on food and contact surfaces using ozone as a biocidal agent. Poster session presented at Society for General Microbiology – 152nd Meeting – –, University of Edinburgh, .
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Goudie, AC, Olateju, F, Anderson, JG, Rowan, N & MacGregor, SJ 2003, 'Inactivation of pathogens on food and contact surfaces using ozone as a biocidal agent' Society for General Microbiology – 152nd Meeting – –, University of Edinburgh, 7/04/03 - 11/04/03, .

Inactivation of pathogens on food and contact surfaces using ozone as a biocidal agent. / Goudie, A.C.; Olateju, F.; Anderson, J.G.; Rowan, N.; MacGregor, S.J.

2003. Poster session presented at Society for General Microbiology – 152nd Meeting – –, University of Edinburgh, .

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