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Phagelux, Inc. announces collaboration with Passport Food Safety Solutions, Inc.

Phagelux’s US will develop for Passport Food Safety bacteriophage-based products that will be used in food safety. The products developed should reduce bacterial loads in multiple problematic areas related to food safety. @ https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/phagelux-inc-announces-a-multi-product-collaboration-with-passport-food-safety-solutions-inc-656198713.html

SHANGHAI, MONTREAL, and SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Phagelux, Inc., a biotechnology company focused…

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Breeding resistant chickens for improved safety

ARS researchers discovered that some roosters have a strong immune response and suggest to use them to selectively breed a more robust flock, that can fight better food pathogens. @ http://www.poultryworld.net/Genetics/Articles/2017/11/Breeding-resistant-chickens-for-improved-safety-205557E/

Hopes are high that a new test developed by US scientists could make it easier to breed pathogen-resistant chickens.

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