Escherichia coli O26 IN RAW BUFFALO MILK: PRELIMINARY RESULTS

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V. Lorusso *
G. Normanno
A. Dambrosio
L. Carosielli
G. Carrabs
C. Loiudice
A. Rella
G.V. Celano
(*) Corresponding Author:
V. Lorusso | lucia.zoppi@pagepress.org

Abstract

Escherichia coli O26 is considered to be one of the most important food-borne pathogen. In this study, 120 buffalo milk samples collected in Lazio and in Apulia regions were tested for the presence of E. coli O26. One buffalo milk sample (0,8%) tested positive for E. coli O26; the isolate was positive at the verocytotoxicity test and it showed resistance properties to different antimicrobial classes. These preliminary results highlight the need to monitor the foods of animal origin used for production and eaten by a wide range of persons, respect VTEC organism.

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