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Research expands ability to detect, kill harmful biofilms  

26 days ago   |   By Food Safety

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Food safety practices evolve as new technology and knowledge of the pathogens that spread foodborne illnesses becomes available.
In recent years, researchers have increasingly focused efforts on biofilm and its ability to thrive in nature and in food production and processing facilities. Biofilm is formed by a pathogen - or more often, a mixture of different pathogens - that builds a protective layer using extracellular polymeric substances .
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