Анализ практических аспектов контроля возбудителей пищевых зоонозов при выращивании птицы The analysis of practical aspects of the control of food-borne zoonotic agents in poultry farming

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Оксана КАСЬЯНЕНКО Татьяна ФОТИНА Анна ФОТИНА Сергей ГЛАДЧЕНКО Роман БЕЗРУК Татьяна ГНИДЕНКО

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The article presents an overview of literature data and EU regulations on the control measures of
food-borne zoonotic agents (Campylobacter E.coli O157, Listeria, Salmonella, Enterococcus, Streptococcus and other pathogens) in the chain of poultry production. The strategic measures for the control of zoonoses in the conditions of poultry farms are considered: use of biosecuruty means to prevent the wide spread of pathogens; decontamination of feeds and drinking water; use of probiotics and prebiotics for the normalization of poultry intestinal microflora; vaccination; use of antibiotic alternatives: bacteriophages and bacteriocins (microbial peptides), and other control measures.
Key words: Poultry; Food-borne zoonoses; Pathogens; Control measures; HACCP system.
Реферат. Представлен обзор литературных данных и нормативных документов EC, регламентирующих мероприятия по контролю возбудителей пищевых зоонозов (Campylobacter E.coli O157, Listeria, Salmonella, Enterococcus, Streptococcusan и др.) на протяжении периода выращивания птицы. Рассматриваются стратегические мероприятиями контроля зоонозов в условиях птицеферм: применение средств биологической безопасности для предотвращения широкого распространения патогенов; обеззараживание корма и питьевой воды; применение пробиотиков и пребиотиков для нормализации кишечной микрофлоры птицы; вакцинация; применение альтернативных антибиотикам антимикробных средств: бактериофагов и бактериоцинов (антимикробных пептид) и др.
Ключевые слова: Птица; Пищевые зоонозы; Возбудители; Контроль; Система HACCP. 

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КАСЬЯНЕНКО, Оксана et al. Анализ практических аспектов контроля возбудителей пищевых зоонозов при выращивании птицы. Stiinta agricola, [S.l.], n. 2, p. 158-165, jan. 2018. ISSN 2587-3202. Available at: <http://sa.uasm.md/index.php/sa/article/view/580>. Date accessed: 21 may 2018.
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