L. monocytogenes

NOUN
  1. the type species of the genus Listeria; can cause meningitis, encephalitis, septicemia, endocarditis, abortion, abscesses, listeriosis
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How To Use L. monocytogenes In A Sentence

  • Of particular concern are ready to eat products such as lunchmeats, frankfurters, chicken or ham salad, sausages, sliced turkey, and sliced roast beef where L. monocytogenes has been recovered.
  • This study established a database about genetic diversity of L. monocytogenes isolates from food in China, which can be used in the surveillance of listeriosis.
  • L. monocytogenes has been found in numerous types of food products including raw or improperly pasteurized milk, soft cheeses, ice cream, raw vegetables, sausages, raw or uncooked poultry, raw meats, and raw or smoked fish.
  • Objective To investigate the contamination status of foods by L. monocytogenes.
  • Of particular concern are ready to eat products such as lunchmeats, frankfurters, chicken or ham salad, sausages, sliced turkey, and sliced roast beef where L. monocytogenes has been recovered.
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