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The Gastrointestinal Tract: A Friend Or Foe To Listeria Monocytogenes?
Author: Janet R. Donaldson
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
2 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10:3823/202
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In conclusion, many studies suggest that bile tolerance is a major contributor to the infection cycle of L. monocytogenes and other enterics as well. The gastrointestinal tract exposes L. monocytogenes to varying concentrations of bile salts, which could possibly result in bacteria better adapted to survive within the gastrointestinal tract. Deciphering the mechanisms utilized to tolerate these environments will help develop methods to circumvent enteric diseases.

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