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  • Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services › Log In
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    Original URL path: http://www.bactrol.co.uk/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bactrol.co.uk%2F%3Fp%3D349 (2016-02-11)
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  • Blog « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    millions in very short time periods typically low number of hours When consumed these millions of bacteria release poisonous chemicals toxins into the body which cause sickness and diarrhoea other symptoms include stomach ache nausea and fever Often bacteria are present on which do need to multiply on the food to cause illness In such cases the food does not need storage under warm conditions to cause illness as these bacteria are capable of growing and multiply to dangerous levels with our bodies Not all bacteria are harmful many are useful e g bacteria are used to make yoghurt cheese and they also help us to digest food Baacteria are part of a group of living organisms called microorganisms Moulds are another type of microorganism and some moulds are capable of producing seroius illness such as organ damage and cancer Dangerous moulds can be found in a variety of places eg on nuts normally when they have been stored in damp conditions bruised fruit e g apples Government checks on imported foods and proper storage are the key way of preventing illness from moulds Poisonous plants can cause food poisoning if they are incorrectly harvested as food or allowed to contaminate wholesome food e g poisonous mushrooms Certain fish can also make people ill e g shell fish can be poisonous if they have fed of human sewage or water containing tiny organisms called diflagenates Yet another way of rendering food unsafe is by contaminating it with chemicals e g by the excive use of pesticides or the use of non approved pesticides Certain metals can cause food to become poisonous e g mercury lead and copper So care must be taken if using copper cooking utensils and lead water pipes should be avoided Sometimes foods which can be eaten

    Original URL path: http://www.bactrol.co.uk/?cat=5 (2016-02-11)
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  • Cutting Edge « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    are viruses of bacteria called bacteriophage meaning bacteria eater However these bacteriaphage don t actually eat bacteria They trick the bacteria into taking the bacteriophage inside the cell where it can then reproduce Once the bacteriophage have significantly increased in numbers they burst and kill the bacterial cell release hundreds of new bacterial enemies into the surroundings Pretty good right These bacteriophage are very specific to certain bacteria e g a Listeria bacteriophage can only infect Listeria usually They are also completely safe for humans to consume as they have no effect on human cells and are destroyed by stomach acids Where do they come from Well bacteriophage are all around us and are usually isolated from the environment Ironically however these particular Listeria killing bacteriophage were actually isolated from sheep faeces Who would have though that sheep faeces hold the key to Listeria free poultry The idea of using bacteriophage as a method of biocontrol has been around for a long time and has also been trialled in medicine However they have not been widely used as they are biological entities and the full effects of using them is not fully known Reference B Bigot W J Lee L

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  • Level 2 Food Safety « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    into millions in very short time periods typically low number of hours When consumed these millions of bacteria release poisonous chemicals toxins into the body which cause sickness and diarrhoea other symptoms include stomach ache nausea and fever Often bacteria are present on which do need to multiply on the food to cause illness In such cases the food does not need storage under warm conditions to cause illness as these bacteria are capable of growing and multiply to dangerous levels with our bodies Not all bacteria are harmful many are useful e g bacteria are used to make yoghurt cheese and they also help us to digest food Baacteria are part of a group of living organisms called microorganisms Moulds are another type of microorganism and some moulds are capable of producing seroius illness such as organ damage and cancer Dangerous moulds can be found in a variety of places eg on nuts normally when they have been stored in damp conditions bruised fruit e g apples Government checks on imported foods and proper storage are the key way of preventing illness from moulds Poisonous plants can cause food poisoning if they are incorrectly harvested as food or allowed to contaminate wholesome food e g poisonous mushrooms Certain fish can also make people ill e g shell fish can be poisonous if they have fed of human sewage or water containing tiny organisms called diflagenates Yet another way of rendering food unsafe is by contaminating it with chemicals e g by the excive use of pesticides or the use of non approved pesticides Certain metals can cause food to become poisonous e g mercury lead and copper So care must be taken if using copper cooking utensils and lead water pipes should be avoided Sometimes foods which can be

    Original URL path: http://www.bactrol.co.uk/?cat=8 (2016-02-11)
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  • Silder « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    very good thing I m sure you ll agree So what are these natural enemies and where do they come from Well the enemies in question are viruses of bacteria called bacteriophage meaning bacteria eater However these bacteriaphage don t actually eat bacteria They trick the bacteria into taking the bacteriophage inside the cell where it can then reproduce Once the bacteriophage have significantly increased in numbers they burst and kill the bacterial cell release hundreds of new bacterial enemies into the surroundings Pretty good right These bacteriophage are very specific to certain bacteria e g a Listeria bacteriophage can only infect Listeria usually They are also completely safe for humans to consume as they have no effect on human cells and are destroyed by stomach acids Where do they come from Well bacteriophage are all around us and are usually isolated from the environment Ironically however these particular Listeria killing bacteriophage were actually isolated from sheep faeces Who would have though that sheep faeces hold the key to Listeria free poultry The idea of using bacteriophage as a method of biocontrol has been around for a long time and has also been trialled in medicine However they have not been widely used as they are biological entities and the full effects of using them is not fully known Reference B Bigot W J Lee L McIntyre T Wilson J A Hudson C Billington J A Heinemann Control of Listeria monocytogenes growth in a ready to eat poultry product using a bacteriophage Food Microbiology Volume 28 Issue 8 December 2011 Pages 1448 1452 ISSN 0740 0020 10 1016 j fm 2011 07 001 http www sciencedirect com science article pii S0740002011001572 Keywords Biocontrol Listeria monocytogenes Food 1st Class Cleaning Products won t cost the earth Posted by admin on March

    Original URL path: http://www.bactrol.co.uk/?cat=4 (2016-02-11)
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  • Bacteriophage Attack « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    Safe Handling of Chemicals Cleaning Disinfection Allergens Contact Us Blog Can natural enemies of Listeria make your poultry safe Bacteriophage Attack Bacteriophage reproduce inside the Listeria cell before bursting out to produce hundreds more bacteriophage capable of killing more Listeria

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  • Bacteria « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    of bacteria called bacteriophage meaning bacteria eater However these bacteriaphage don t actually eat bacteria They trick the bacteria into taking the bacteriophage inside the cell where it can then reproduce Once the bacteriophage have significantly increased in numbers they burst and kill the bacterial cell release hundreds of new bacterial enemies into the surroundings Pretty good right These bacteriophage are very specific to certain bacteria e g a Listeria bacteriophage can only infect Listeria usually They are also completely safe for humans to consume as they have no effect on human cells and are destroyed by stomach acids Where do they come from Well bacteriophage are all around us and are usually isolated from the environment Ironically however these particular Listeria killing bacteriophage were actually isolated from sheep faeces Who would have though that sheep faeces hold the key to Listeria free poultry The idea of using bacteriophage as a method of biocontrol has been around for a long time and has also been trialled in medicine However they have not been widely used as they are biological entities and the full effects of using them is not fully known Reference B Bigot W J Lee L McIntyre T

    Original URL path: http://www.bactrol.co.uk/?tag=bacteria (2016-02-11)
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  • Cutting Edge « Bactrol Hygiene Technology Services
    viruses of bacteria called bacteriophage meaning bacteria eater However these bacteriaphage don t actually eat bacteria They trick the bacteria into taking the bacteriophage inside the cell where it can then reproduce Once the bacteriophage have significantly increased in numbers they burst and kill the bacterial cell release hundreds of new bacterial enemies into the surroundings Pretty good right These bacteriophage are very specific to certain bacteria e g a Listeria bacteriophage can only infect Listeria usually They are also completely safe for humans to consume as they have no effect on human cells and are destroyed by stomach acids Where do they come from Well bacteriophage are all around us and are usually isolated from the environment Ironically however these particular Listeria killing bacteriophage were actually isolated from sheep faeces Who would have though that sheep faeces hold the key to Listeria free poultry The idea of using bacteriophage as a method of biocontrol has been around for a long time and has also been trialled in medicine However they have not been widely used as they are biological entities and the full effects of using them is not fully known Reference B Bigot W J Lee L McIntyre

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