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Metagenome of polymicrobial biofilms harbouring Listeria monocytogenes

AuthorsRodríguez-López, P. ; Comesaña, S. A.; López Cabo, Marta ; Bernárdez Costas, Marta ; Rodríguez Carrera, Sonia; Blanco Martín, Teresa; Gallego, Alberto; Rodríguez Herrera, Juan José
Issue Date2017
AbstractListeria monocytogenes is considered as a foodborne pathogen of a serious concern with an increasing incidence in Europe (0.46 reported cases per 100000 population) according to the latest published data [1]. Getting further insight regarding the ecology and L. moncoytogenes-associated polymicrobial communities provides useful information for pathogen control. Hitherto, most identified genera are nonpathogenic. However, the fate of L. monocytogenes in terms of resistance to biocides and persistence in a particular environment may depend on the relationship between them, which can finally pose a threat to consumer health and to food products if associated with spoilage organisms
Description1 poster presented at the Fifth European Congress on Microbial Biofilms - basic and clinical aspects, amsterdam, The Netherlands, 19-22 September 2017
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