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Tuberculosis - Wikipedia

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Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). Tuberculosis generally affects the lungs, but can also affect other parts of the body. Most infec...

Performed extensive research with bacteria and developed the ...

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Louis Pasteur developed the process known as pasteurization.

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Performed extensive research with bacteria and developed the process known as ... Louis Pasteur developed the process known as pasteurization. 2 people ...

Louis Pasteur, the Father of Immunology?

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Apr 10, 2012 ... He is credited with the introduction of “pasteurization,” a process of heating ... We now know that bacteria contain >4000 genes, while viruses contain ∼10–100 genes. ... He also performed experiments on alcohol fermentation and ..... by understanding the competition that developed between Pasteur and ...

Human Cell Strains in Vaccine Development | History of Vaccines

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Jun 1, 2016 ... Vaccines are made using several different processes. ... Research animals are costly and require extensive monitoring, both to ... They may be carrying other bacteria or viruses that could ... cells and eventually found to contain a monkey virus called SV40, ... Vaccines Developed Using Human Cell Strains.

Safe Practices for Food Processes > Evaluation and Definition of ...

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Aug 10, 2015 ... Each factor influences the bacterial resistance independently of the apparent ... For other preservation processes not based on heat inactivation, key pathogens ... Surrogate microorganisms should be selected from well-known ..... are at a development stage that requires extensive further scientific research ...

Safe Practices for Food Processes > Kinetics of Microbial ... - FDA

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Mar 19, 2015 ... Microwave and radio frequency heating for pasteurization and ... temperature- short time processing whereby bacterial destruction is ... A very significant body of knowledge has been developed related to these processes. ... at the research level, no commercial system is known to exist for food processing.

Xanthan gum: production, recovery, and properties - Pharos Project

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Research review paper ... known natural and synthetic water-soluble gums. Extensive research was carried out in ... percent composition of polysaccharides produced by Xanthomonas bacteria .... Outline of the xanthan gum production process. ..... broth is pasteurized or sterilized to kill the cells (Smith and Pace, 1982; ...

comp : USDA ARS

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Aug 13, 2016 ... History of Research at the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Agricultural ... Pasteurization invented. ... Developed a middling purifier with a roller process for grinding to ... First fungicide invented from lime and copper sulphate, known as the ... Bacteria shown to cause plant diseases, including tumors.

Copy of Beef Facts.qxd - Beef Research

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Extensive contamination, or abusive conditions that allow bacteria to reproduce, increase ... further developed, to reduce numbers of bacteria on beef and improve ... processing and preparation for consumption also are performed using ... anatomical carcass site, and step in the dressing process .... Little is presently known.