Spore-forming microorganisms present in the intestines of humans and domestic animals. It is also possible to locate them in soil, water or food.
Food-borne infections by Clostridium perfringens are due to the survival of its spores during the cooking of food, generally of meat origin, and to its subsequent development due to inadequate refrigeration produced when food is kept for a long time between 15 and 55ºC.
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What will you find in our workflow?
- The reference method according for enumeration of Clostridium perfringens.
- References for all the products required to implement the detection method.
- Relevant information concerning this group of bacteria and its epidemiology.
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