Journal of Applied Microbiology

Journal of Applied Microbiology (JAM) publishes high quality research and review papers on novel aspects of applied microbiology, including environmental, food, agricultural, medical, pharmaceutical, veterinary, soil, systematics, water and biodeterioration. Papers reporting work on all microorganisms, including viruses, are welcomed providing they demonstrate new findings of significance to the field as a whole.

Edited By: A. Gilmour

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13 Jun 2019

Key characteristics of foods with an elevated risk for viral enteropathogen contamination

T. Yeargin, K.E. Gibson. Viral enteropathogens are one of the leading causative agents of foodborne illnesses in both the United States and the European Union. While human noroviruses and hepatitis A virus cause the vast majority of outbreaks and illnesses, there are handful of human enteric viruses that contribute to sporadic outbreaks worldwide including...

13 Jun 2019

Microalgae–bacteria symbiosis in microalgal growth and biofuel production: a review

13 Jun 2019

Observations on research with spores of Bacillales and Clostridiales species

15 Oct 2018

Sources and survival of Listeria monocytogenes on fresh, leafy produce

15 Jul 2018

The effects of essential oils and their major compounds on fish bacterial pathogens – a review