SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Anon (1998) Ozone: Health Hazards and Precautionary Measures. HSE – Health & Safety Executive Guidance Note EH38 (revised).
  • Araujo, J.C., Teran, F.C., Oliveira, R.A., Nour, E.A., Montenegro, M.A., Campos, J.R. and Vazoller, R.F. (2003) Comparison of hexamethyldisilazane and critical point drying treatments for SEM analysis of anaerobic biofilms and granular sludge. J Electron Microsc 52, 429433.
  • Aschmann, S.M., Arey, J. and Atkinson, R. (2002) OH radical formation from the gas-phase reactions of 03 with a series of terpenes. Atmos Environ 36, 43474355.
  • Bailey, R., Fielding, L., Young, A. and Griffith, C. (2007) Effect of ozone and OAF against aerosolized Micrococcus luteus. J Food Prot 70, 27692773.
  • Bancroft, K., Chrostowski, P., Wright, R.L. and Suffet, I.H. (1984) Ozonation and oxidation competition values: relationship to disinfection and microorganisms regrowth. Water Res 18, 473478.
  • Borucki, M.K., Peppin, J.D., White, D., Loge, F. and Call, D.R. (2003) Variation in biofilm formation among strains of Listeria monocytogenes. Appl Environ Microbiol 69, 73367342.
  • Breitmaier, E. (2006) Terpenes: Flavors, Fragrances, Pharmaca, Pheromones. Wienheim, Germany: Wiley-VCH.
  • Chae, M.S., Schraft, H., Truelstrup Hansen, L. and Mackereth, R. (2006) Effects of physicochemical surface characteristics of Listeria monocytogenes strains on attachment to glass. Food Microbiol 23, 250259.
  • Charaf, U.K., Bakich, S.L. and Falbo, D.M. (1999) A model biofilm for efficacy assessment of antimicrobials versus biofilm bacteria. In Biofilms: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly ed. Wimpenny, J., Gilbert, P., Walker, J., Brading, M. and Bayston, R. pp. 171178. Cardiff, UK: BioLine.
  • De Mik, G. and De Groot, I. (1978) Breaks induced in the deoxyribonucleic acid of aerosolized Escherichia coli by ozonized cyclohexane. Appl Environ Microbiol 35, 610.
  • Deza, M.A., Araujo, M. and Garrido, M.J. (2005) Inactivation of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus on stainless steel and glass surfaces by neutral electrolysed water. Lett Appl Microbiol 40, 341346.
  • Di Bonaventura, G., Piccolomini, R., Paludi, D., D'Orio, V., Vergara, A., Conter, M. and Lanieri, A. (2008) Influence of temperature on biofilm formation by listeria monocytogenes on various food-contact surfaces: relationship with motility and cell surface hydrophobicity. J Appl Microbiol 104, 15521561.
  • Djordjevic, D., Wiedmann, M. and McLandsborough, L.A. (2002) Microtitre plate assay for assessment of Listeria monocytogenes biofilm formation. Appl Environ Microbiol 68, 29502958.
  • European Commission (2011) Manual of Decisions for Implementation of Directive 98/8/EC Concerning the Placing on the Market of Biocidal Products. pp. 188.
  • Food Standards Agency (2013) Food Poisoning. Available at: http://www.food.gov.uk/policy-advice/microbiology/.
  • Graham, D.M. (1997) Use of ozone for food processing. J Food Technol 51, 7275.
  • Greene, A.K., Few, B.K. and Serafini, J.C. (1993) A comparison of ozonation and chlorination for the disinfection of stainless steel surfaces. J Dairy Sci 76, 36173620.
  • Gurley, B. (1985) Ozone:pharmaceutical sterilant of the future? J Parenter Sci Technol 39, 257261.
  • Guzel-Seydim, Z.B., Greene, A.K. and Seydim, A.C. (2004) Use of ozone in the food industry. Lebenson Wiss Technol 37, 453460.
  • Hannig, C., Follo, M., Hellwig, E. and Al-Ahmad, A. (2010) Visualization of adherent micro-organisms using different techniques. J Med Microbiol 59, 17.
  • Hood, A.M. (2009) Historical review: the effect of open-air factors on the virulence and viability of airborne Francisella tularensis. Epidemiol Infect 137, 753761.
  • Hood, S.K. and Zottola, E.A. (1997) Adherence to stainless steel by foodborne microorganisms during growth in model food systems. Int J Food Microbiol 37, 145153.
  • Hunt, N.K. and Mariñas, B.J. (1997) Kinetics of Escherichia coli inactivation with ozone. Water Res 31, 13551362.
  • Mafu, A.A., Roy, D., Goulet, J. and Magny, P. (1990) Attachment of Listeria monocytogenes to stainless steel, glass, polypropylene, and rubber surfaces after short contact times. J Food Prot 53, 742746.
  • May, K.R. and Druett, H.A. (1968) A microthread technique for studying the viability of microbes in a simulated airborne State. J Gen Microbiol 51, 353366.
  • Moore, G., Griffith, C. and Peters, A. (2000) Bactericidal properties of ozone and its potential application as a terminal disinfectant. J Food Prot 63, 11001106.
  • Morrissey, I. and George, J.T. (1999) The effect of the inoculum size on bactericidal activity. J Antimicrob Chemother 43, 423424.
  • Nagao, E. and Dvorak, J.A. (1998) An integrated approach to the study of living cells by atomic force microscopy. J Microsc 191, 819.
  • Norwood, D.E. and Gilmour, A. (1999) Adherence of Listeria monocytogenes strains to stainless steel coupons. J Appl Microbiol 86, 576582.
  • Norwood, D.E. and Gilmour, A. (2001) The differential adherence capabilities of two Listeria monocytogenes strains in monoculture and multispecies biofilms as a function of temperature. Lett Appl Microbiol 33, 320324.
  • Pan, Y., Breidt, F. Jr and Kathariou, S. (2006) Resistance of Listeria monocytogenes biofilms to sanitizing agents in a simulated food processing environment. Appl Environ Microbiol 72, 77117717.
  • Restaino, L., Frampton, E.W., Hemphill, J.B. and Palnikar, P. (1995) Efficacy of ozonated water against various food against various food-related microorganisms. Appl Environ Microbiol 61, 34713475.
  • Russell, P., Batchelor, D. and Thornton, J.T. (2008) SEM and AFM: complementary techniques for high resolution surface investigations. Veeco Instruments Inc. [Online] Available at: http://files.instrument.com.cn/FilesCenter/20080627/71110.pdf (Accessed 3 June 2010).
  • Ryan, E.M., Gahan, C.G.M. and Hill, C. (2008) A significant role of sigma B in the detergent stress response of Listeria monocytogenes. Lett Appl Microbiol 46, 148154.
  • Saá, P., Cabo, M.L. and Rodríquez, J.J. (2009) Effects of mussel processing soils on the adherence of Listeria monocytogenes to polypropylene and stainless steel. J Food Prot 72, 18851890.
  • Silva, S., Teixeira, P., Oliveira, R. and Azeredo, J. (2008) Adhesion to and viability of Listeria monocytogenes on food contact surfaces. J Food Prot 71, 13791385.
  • Stopforth, J.D., Samelis, J., Sofos, J.N., Kendall, P.A. and Smith, G.C. (2002) Biofilm formation by acid-adapted and nonadapted Listeria monocytogenes in fresh beef decontamination washings and its subsequent inactivation with sanitizers. J Food Prot 65, 17171727.
  • Szlavik, J., Paiva, D.S., Mørk, N., van den Berg, F., Verran, J., Whitehead, K., Knøchel, S. and Nielsen, D.S. (2012) Initial adhesion of Listeria monocytogenes to solid surfaces under liquid flow. Int J Food Microbiol 152, 181188.
  • Tamayo, J. and Garcia, R. (1996) Deformation, contact time, and phase contrast in tapping mode scanning force microscopy. Langmuir 12, 44304435.
  • Wesche, A.M., Gurtler, J.B., Marks, B.P. and Ryser, E.T. (2009) Stress, sublethal injury, resuscitation, and virulence of bacterial foodborne pathogens. J Food Prot 72, 11211138.
  • Yousef, A.E. and Courtney, P.D. (2003) Basics of stress adaptation and implications in new-generation foods. In Microbial Stress Adaptation and Food Safety, Chapter 1 ed. Yousef, A.E. and Juneja, V.K. pp. 130. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press LLC.