Pasteurization Of Milk - Louis Pasteur: Father of Microbiology
Pasteur's studies of fermentation began in Lille when he was approached by an industrialist disturbed because undesirable products often appeared during the fermentation of sugar into alcohol by yeast. Pasteur postulated that these products came from microscopic organisms other than yeast and suggested that each particular type of fermentation was the effect of a specific microorganism, called the germ. He soon illustrated this revolutionary theory with brilliant studies on the conversion of sugar.
Latest Publications and Research on Pasteurization of milkComputer simulation of energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, and process economics of the fluid milk process. - Published by PubMed
Samsung Salmonella Detection Kit. AOAC Performance Tested Method(SM) 021203. - Published by PubMed
Characteristics of the first human milk bank in Taiwan. - Published by PubMed
Amendment to 2010 Italian guidelines for the establishment and operation of a donor human milk bank. - Published by PubMed
Donor human milk versus mother's own milk in preterm VLBWIs: a case control study. - Published by PubMed