Thermal Effect Before High Pressure Treatment on the Reduction of Enterococcus faecalis in Duck Fatty Liver
The results of this study show that a preheating associated with slight HP treatments can enhance the reduction of inoculated E. faecalis flora and TMAF in duck fatty liver. Moreover, the inoculated E. faecalis flora seems to be much more sensitive to this preheating than the TMAF.
KeywordsEnterococcus Faecalis High Hydrostatic Pressure High Pressure Proceeding High Pressure Treatment Microbiological Contamination
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