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A model for estimating pathogen variability in shellfish

Paul McMenemy, Ph.D. Adam Kleczkowski, Ph.D. David N. Lees, Ph.D. James Lowther, Ph.D. Nick Taylor, Ph.D.
patógenos en mariscos

Predicting minimum depuration times for norovirus When shellfish are eaten raw, which is commonly the case for oysters, there is potential for pathogen transmission into the human population if the shellfish are consumed while they still contain such pathogens. Photo by Darryl Jory. Norovirus (NoV) is one of the dominant causes of global foodborne illness.…

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  • Paul McMenemy, Ph.D.

    Paul McMenemy, Ph.D.

    Computing Science and Mathematics
    Faculty of Natural Sciences
    University of Stirling, United Kingdom
    Epidemiology Team, CEFAS, Weymouth, United Kingdom

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  • Adam Kleczkowski, Ph.D.

    Adam Kleczkowski, Ph.D.

    Computing Science and Mathematics
    Faculty of Natural Sciences
    University of Stirling, United Kingdom

  • David N. Lees, Ph.D.

    David N. Lees, Ph.D.

    Food Safety Group, CEFAS
    Weymouth, United Kingdom

  • James Lowther, Ph.D.

    James Lowther, Ph.D.

    Food Safety Group, CEFAS
    Weymouth, United Kingdom

  • Nick Taylor, Ph.D.

    Nick Taylor, Ph.D.

    Epidemiology Team, CEFAS
    Weymouth, United Kingdom