Tracking Microorganisms Through the Dairy Production Process

April 15, 2020 | Biology

Lab.Equipment has sourced a new article from the Biology industry for you. This one is published by Phys.Org:

Microorganisms from the environment can enter the dairy supply chain at multiple stages, including production, milk collection, and processing, with potential implications for quality and safety. The ability to track these microorganisms can be greatly enhanced by the use of high-throughput DNA sequencing (HTS), say Teagasc and UCC researchers, who recently published a paper in the peer reviewed journal mSystems on "Tracking the Dairy Microbiota from Farm Bulk Tank to Skimmed Milk Powder."... You can find the whole article in the Phys.Org Blog.

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