A study from the Roslin institute published in BMC Genomics has identified genes in chickens that could offer resistance to harmful bacteria commonly found in poultry and could inform ways to limit the risk of associated food poisoning in people.

The research identified a large number of genes in chicken guts that may determine whether the birds are resistant to Campylobacteraccording to the Roslin Institute.

continue reading

E-mail me when people leave their comments –

You need to be a member of safefood Knowledge Network to add comments!

Join safefood Knowledge Network