Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 4th, 2004
"The presence of low levels of Enterobacter sakazakii in dried infant formula have been linked to outbreaks of meningitis, septicemia, and necrotizing enterocolitis in neonates, particularly those who are premature or immunocompromised. In the current study, the ability of 12 strains of E. sakazakii to survive heating in rehydrated infant formula was determined at 58 degrees C with a submerged coil apparatus," scientists in the United States report.
"The observed D58 -values ranged from 30.5 to 591.9 s, with the strains appearing to fall...
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