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Bacteriological studies on some food borne bacteria isolated from Chicken meat and meat products in Kaliobia Governorate
Benha veterinary medical journal
A total of 125 random samples of fresh chicken, meat beef and beef meat products viz: minced meat, beef burger and sausage (25 for each), were collected from different shops in Benha city. The bacteriological examination of the samples indicated the isolation of food-borne pathogens from 79 positive samples (63.2%) where, 113 isolates of food-borne pathogens were recovered from these samples, includes E. coli (46.9%), Salmonellae (17.7%) and S. aureus (35.4%). They were isolated from minceddoi:10.21608/bvmj.2015.31545 fatcat:q2eay4p6v5bfpm6rursm6hf75q