Computers target E.coli

July 1998
FoodService Director;07/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on PulseNet, a computer system developed to identify and combat food poisoning outbreaks caused by rogue E.coli strains in foods. How the computer works.


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