High Throughput Next Generation Sequence Analysis for Food Microbiologists

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High Throughput Next Generation Sequence Analysis for Food Microbiologists
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High Throughput Next Generation Sequence Analysis for Food Microbiologists presents the evolution of metagenomics and metaRNAseq as tools for use in foods to describe the microbiome of raw materials and the effect of processing conditions to change the microbiome for food safety and food spoilage. This reference offers information on the wide spread use of microbial genomes that are available today. The intent of this volume is to provide a resource for researchers, scientists, upper division students interested in using WGS and metagenomics for food microbiome studies. Presents broad and underserved implications for food microbiology’s fast moving area of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Provides detailed descriptions of the context, directions, and methods that are at the leading edge of food microbiology that aligns with culture independent methods in complex systems, such as food streams Includes chapters that span spoilage organisms, fermentation, and pathogens

High Throughput Next Generation Sequence Analysis for Food Microbiologists

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