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6. Harwood and Gibson (1997) stated that this pathway could be divided into several phases: (1) formation of CoA thioesters, which are central intermediates in the anaerobic metabolism of many aromatic compounds (Elder and Kelly, 1994); (2) ring reduction; (3) introduction of a carbonyl group; (4) ring opening; and (5) a β-oxidation sequence. This is followed by conversion of the remainder of the molecule to acetyl-CoA. Nitrate, iron, and sulfate can be used as electron acceptors during metabolism (Colberg and Young, 1995).

At 35°C, benzoate was the most effective preservative against S. aureus, especially when used at pH <6. Sodium nitrite was the least effective preservative tested. Increasing the acidity and/or NaCl generally improved the effect of all the preservatives. Potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate did not have any significant effects on the heat resistance of four strains of B. , 1996). , 1998). 0. An interesting method to determine concentrations of antimicrobial agents that provide infinite microbial stability has been developed (Marwan and Nagel, 1986b).

The minimum temperature that allowed growth was 8°C. Growth and control of two strains of E. coli O157:H7 were also evaluated in this cheese (Kasrazadeh and Genigeorgis, 1995). The minimum temperature that allowed growth of the E. coli strains was 10°C. In both studies, models were developed relating lag time and specific growth rate to 32 Antimicrobials in Food temperature. 9 with propionic acid. , L. monocytogenes, C. jejuni, or S. aureus, and wash solutions were evaluated for effectiveness in decontaminating the skin (Hwang and Beuchat, 1995).

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