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Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli

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  • EHEC, salmonella etc: new method helps to identify the causes of disease outbreaks

    “In the event of a disease outbreak caused by pathogens such as EHEC, campylobacter or salmonella in food, the contaminated foods must be identified as quickly as possible in order to keep the number of affected persons down”, says Professor Dr. Dr. Andreas Hensel, President of the Federal Institute more

  • Pathogens in food: Progress and new challenges for zoonosis control

    In early summer 2011, EHEC in raw sprouts made headlines in Germany, followed by headlines about a norovirus found on frozen strawberries in autumn 2012. These two major outbreaks again alerted the public to the significance of illnesses transmitted via food. "Although we are observing a decrease in more

  • EHEC and other crises know no boundaries

    The EHEC outbreak 2011 resulted in over 50 deaths and was one of the most severe food-borne crises in Europe for a long time. Incidents like these can reoccur at any time. How can crises be overcome? What can be done to prevent them? What lessons are learned by government and society from crises in more

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