Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa)

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Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa). / Thorsen, Line; Azokpota, Paulin; Hansen, Bjarne Munk; Jakobsen, Mogens.

2007. Poster session presented at Bacillus - ACT 2007: International Conference on Bacillus anthracis, B. cereus, and B. thuringiensis, Oslo, Norway.

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Thorsen, L, Azokpota, P, Hansen, BM & Jakobsen, M 2007, 'Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa)', Bacillus - ACT 2007: International Conference on Bacillus anthracis, B. cereus, and B. thuringiensis, Oslo, Norway, 17/06/2007 - 21/06/2007.

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Thorsen, L., Azokpota, P., Hansen, B. M., & Jakobsen, M. (2007). Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa). Poster session presented at Bacillus - ACT 2007: International Conference on Bacillus anthracis, B. cereus, and B. thuringiensis, Oslo, Norway.

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Thorsen L, Azokpota P, Hansen BM, Jakobsen M. Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa). 2007. Poster session presented at Bacillus - ACT 2007: International Conference on Bacillus anthracis, B. cereus, and B. thuringiensis, Oslo, Norway.

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Thorsen, Line ; Azokpota, Paulin ; Hansen, Bjarne Munk ; Jakobsen, Mogens. / Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa). Poster session presented at Bacillus - ACT 2007: International Conference on Bacillus anthracis, B. cereus, and B. thuringiensis, Oslo, Norway.1 p.

Bibtex

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title = "Toxin profiles of Bacillus cereus occurring in high numbers in spontaneously fermented African locust beans (Parkia biglobosa)",
abstract = "The microbiology of the naturally fermented African condiments Afiitin, iru and sonru produced in Benin from locust beans, has recently been studied showing high Bacillus cereus counts of log7CFU/g (Azokpota, 2005). A total of 19 B. cereus strains isolated from the three condiments showed to be potentially pathogenic by harboring and expressing enterotoxin and emetic genes. Isolates from afiitin were the most cytotoxic as detected by a Vero-cell assay, while an isolate from sonru was a potent cereulide producer. Interestingly B. cereus food poisoning frm the consumption of the fermented condiments has not been reported.",
author = "Line Thorsen and Paulin Azokpota and Hansen, {Bjarne Munk} and Mogens Jakobsen",
year = "2007",
language = "English",
note = "null ; Conference date: 17-06-2007 Through 21-06-2007",

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AU - Hansen, Bjarne Munk

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N2 - The microbiology of the naturally fermented African condiments Afiitin, iru and sonru produced in Benin from locust beans, has recently been studied showing high Bacillus cereus counts of log7CFU/g (Azokpota, 2005). A total of 19 B. cereus strains isolated from the three condiments showed to be potentially pathogenic by harboring and expressing enterotoxin and emetic genes. Isolates from afiitin were the most cytotoxic as detected by a Vero-cell assay, while an isolate from sonru was a potent cereulide producer. Interestingly B. cereus food poisoning frm the consumption of the fermented condiments has not been reported.

AB - The microbiology of the naturally fermented African condiments Afiitin, iru and sonru produced in Benin from locust beans, has recently been studied showing high Bacillus cereus counts of log7CFU/g (Azokpota, 2005). A total of 19 B. cereus strains isolated from the three condiments showed to be potentially pathogenic by harboring and expressing enterotoxin and emetic genes. Isolates from afiitin were the most cytotoxic as detected by a Vero-cell assay, while an isolate from sonru was a potent cereulide producer. Interestingly B. cereus food poisoning frm the consumption of the fermented condiments has not been reported.

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