Clostridium sporogenes


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Clos·trid·i·um spo·ro·'genes

a bacterial species found in intestinal contents, gaseous gangrene, and soil; it is not pathogenic for guinea pigs or rabbits, but does produce a slight, temporary, local tumefaction.

Clostridium sporogenes

A species frequently associated with other organisms in mixed gangrenous infections.
See also: Clostridium
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To obtain spores, 0.5 mL of Clostridium sporogenes culture in BHI broth stored at 4[degrees]C was introduced into 10 mL of liquid FTG medium and incubated under anaerobic conditions (Anaerobic System, Oxoid) for 24 hours at 37[degrees]C.
The latest test results tally with Fonterra's own initial testing, which pointed to clostridium sporogenes.
"There are no known food safety issues associated with Clostridium sporogenes, although at elevated levels certain strains may be associated with food spoilage," said the ministry.
Effects of gamma irradiation at 45kGy on the survival of Clostridium sporogenes spores in the foods in the foods (preliminary results); Commercial application of high dose irradiation to produce shelf-stable meat products.
chicken-alginate cubes inoculated with spores of Clostridium sporogenes (PA3679), to simulate potato chunks.
In fact, the organism that was found in the products was Clostridium sporogenes, which is not capable of producing botulism-causing toxins.