Better factory hygiene

Annette Sansom, Senior Research Officer

Various conditions are believed to influence microflora in a factory, so understanding the impact they have on the flux of bacteria plays an important role in helping the food industry deliver more effective cleaning regimes. In this video, microbiologist Annette Sansom details how she’ll use the powerful DNA technique of advanced microbial profiling (AMP) to uncover the change in factory microflora over time.

Annette Sansom

About Annette Sansom

Annette Sansom joined Campden BRI in 1998 having graduated from the University of Bedfordshire with a BSc in Biology.

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