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UTMB Researchers Have Developed an Oral Vaccine Designed to Fight <em>Salmonella</em>
As Salmonella strains continue to develop resistance to antibiotics, UTMB researchers have developed an oral vaccine to assist in the fight against the food-borne infection.
Gut M Cells: The Gatekeepers of Oral Prion Infection
A new study explores why some animals and humans might be more susceptible than others to develop prion diseases.
On Heels of Outbreaks, Hawaii DOH Puts Efforts into Revising Food Safety Regulations
As Hawaii struggles to recover from two food-borne outbreaks, DOH officials seek to make revisions to their food safety regulations to enhance food-borne illness prevention.
Is Pre-Cut Salad More Prone to <i>Salmonella</i> Contamination?
Researchers have found evidence that pre-cut bagged salads may encourage Salmonella colonization.
Are Sprouts Making Us Sick?
A recent presentation by US Food and Drug Administration representatives explained why contaminated sprouts continue to be the cause of many food-borne illnesses.
The Changing Landscape of Tracking Infectious Diseases
Experts in clinical diagnostics and tracking food-borne outbreaks discuss using culture-independent diagnostic tests (CIDTs) as well as how the use of CIDTs is currently working in Colorado.
Commensal Organisms Can Protect Against Pathogenic Bacteria
Recent studies have shown how a commensal intestinal bacterium produces an enzyme that can help protect against pathogenic bacteria.
US Hospitals Show No Reduction of Antibiotic Use in New 7-Year Study
As individual nations attempt to make meaningful progress on stemming antibiotic use, a troubling new study shows that hospitals in the United States have continued to dispense antibiotics at a steady rate in recent years.
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