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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, 12.6.2011

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Fight Against Pre-Harvest Pathogens in Beef Highlighted

Consensus at special meeting is vaccine technology exists but broad adoption is needed

“Imperfect” but potentially effective technologies to control foodborne pathogens in beef pre-harvest are now available to government and industry, according to experts at a Nov. 9 meeting on pre-harvest pathogen control convened by the FSIS, the Animal Plant and Health Inspection Service, and the Agricultural Research Service.

Genome Testing Pinpoints Pathogens

New method is more accurate than standard PFGE testing

A new genomic test from Cornell University scientists can accurately detect the pathogenic culprit in outbreaks of foodborne illness and rapidly differentiate between outbreak-related and non-outbreak-related cases.

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