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Decontamination of chicken carcasses artificially contaminated with Salmonella
Rev Sci Tech Off Int Epizoot
A study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of three chemical disinfectants and of ionising radiation in reducing the level of contamination in chicken carcasses which had been artificially contaminated with Salmonella Virchow. Chicken carcasses were obtained from a local abattoir. Five carcasses and one control carcass were used to test each concentration of disinfectant and the radiation. The amount of contaminant employed was 0.5 ml of 10(4) colony-forming units per ml of S. Virchowpmid:9567315 fatcat:y36gn2uuyzcqdhsxynsq32xtqu