Oregano research focused on Foodborne Pathogens: Prevention/Food Preservation

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4 Abstracts with Oregano
& Foodborne Pathogens: Prevention/Food Preservation Research

Pubmed Data : J Food Sci. 2009 Sep ;74(7):M390-7. PMID: 19895486
Study Type : Bacterial
Pubmed Data : Int J Food Microbiol. 2004 Aug 1 ;94(3):223-53. PMID: 15246235
Study Type : Bacterial
Pubmed Data : J Appl Microbiol. 2000 Feb ;88(2):308-16. PMID: 10736000
Study Type : Bacterial
Pubmed Data : Curr Med Chem. 2003 May ;10(10):813-29. PMID: 12678685
Study Type : Review
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Substances : Cinnamon, Mint, Oregano, Sage, Thyme
Pharmacological Actions : Anti-Bacterial Agents, Antifungal Agents

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