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《Chinese Journal of Food Hygiene》 2015-05
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Analysis of foodborne Bacillus cereus virulence gene in Honghe prefecture

NI Gang;NI Wen-ling;SHEN Jing-hua;HE Mei-hong;WU Chun-mei;LI Qing;ZHOU Tao;Honghe Prefecture Center for Diseases Control and Prevention;  
Objective To understand the status of foodborne Bacillus cereus virulence genes in Honghe prefecture.Methods Ten virulence genes of Bacillus cereus which were collected from Jan 2011 to Sep 2014 in Honghe prefecture were detected by polymerase chain reaction. Results The strains of Bacillus cereus generally carried enterotoxin gene. All of the strains carried at least one enterotoxin gene. Only one strains carried emetic toxin gene. Conclusion Foodborne Bacillus cereus in Honghe prefecture might have strong pathogenicity,posing a potential food safety and public health threat.
【CateGory Index】: R155.5;TS201.3
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