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#MGen is covering the @WHO’s 12 #PriorityPathogens in a series of mini-reviews. Read our blog about the next pathog… https://t.co/Us4GmdZL7k
17th January, 2019
Food Safety: Eating for two this January? Avoid unpasteurized #milk due to #Campylobacter, #Listeria and #Salmonella risks.
15th January, 2019
In this @R_S_P_H blog, Dr Lisa Ackerley, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner and Media Hygiene Expert, give… https://t.co/Yc5gSYuu3z
15th January, 2019
In 2017 every second sample of chicken #meat in the German trade was contaminated with #Campylobacter:… https://t.co/H970NsRMC1
13th January, 2019
Every second chicken in #Germany is contaminated with the #pathogen #campylobacter, as stated by the secretary of p… https://t.co/m8Wi4ld5Zi
11th January, 2019
#Campylobacter is the most common cause of #FoodPoisoning in the UK. The majority of people who get ill from campyl… https://t.co/lvD2cmRlif
10th January, 2019
Ever wondered how bacteria navigate their way through very small spaces in the gut? This article explains a study c… https://t.co/1zQcTdqo7R
10th January, 2019