Bharatbook added a new report on "Campylobacter bacteria are a major cause of foodborne diarrhoeal illness (Campylobacteriosis) in humans and are the most common bacteria that cause gastroenteritis worldwide."
Bharatbook added a new report on "Campylobacter bacteria are a major cause
of foodborne diarrhoeal illness (Campylobacteriosis) in humans and are the most
common bacteria that cause gastroenteritis worldwide."
Campylobacter bacteria are a major cause of foodborne diarrhoeal illness (Campylobacteriosis)
in humans and are the most common bacteria that cause gastroenteritis worldwide.
Campylobacter infections are generally mild, but can be fatal among very young
children, elderly and immune-suppressed individuals [WHO].The Campylobacter spp.
associated with gastrointestinal illness in humans includes C. jejuni, C. coli,
C. lari, C. fetus and C. upsaliensis [Food safety and Authority of Ireland].
The bacteria normally inhabit the intestinal tract of warm-blooded animals such
as poultry, cattle, pigs, sheep, ostriches and shellfish; and in pets, including
cats and dogs. Hence they are frequently detected in foods derived from these
animals. Most often, carcasses or meat are contaminated by Campylobacter from
faeces during slaughtering. The main route of transmission is generally believed
to be foodborne, via undercooked meat and meat products, as well as raw or
contaminated milk [WHO].
The report mainly concentrates on the methods of reducing or controlling
Campylobacter in meat. This is done either by giving a specialized feed to the
animal before slaughter, thereby preventing the growth of campylobacter in the
gut of the animal or directly treating the carcasses using chemicals,
irradiation and other methods. industry
Dolcera report focuses on finding the relevant patents encompassing the research
that has been taking place in this field. Dolcera has a standardized and tested
procedure to formulate comprehensive patent search strategies to retrieve all
the relevant patents. The report highlights year-wise patent activity (trend
line) along with the key industrial players in the field. The different
Companies have been categorized based on their position in the value chain. A
comprehensible result in the form of Dolcera dashboard has been given. Dashboard
links the Companies in each category to their patents, hence making an
interactive platform for analysis. Companies have also been segregated based on
their geographical distribution. Dolcera has retrieved around 250 relevant
patents related to Campylobacter control in meat, covering around 8 countries.
Furthermore, several patents have been mapped to commercially available products
produced by the respective assignees and other licensees. The report also
highlights different Universities and Research Institutes active in the said
technology area, based on a thorough scientific articles search resulting in
around 200 relevant articles and hence pointing out opportunities for Industry
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