An open-source community resource for creating, collecting, sharing and applying predictive microbial models (PMM-Lab) : Future Security

Weiser, A.; Filter, M.; Falenski, A.; Brandt, J.; Thöns, C.; Käsbohrer, A.; Appel, B.

Quantitative microbiological risk assessments (QMRA) in the farm-to-fork continuum heavily rely on mathematical models for growth, survival and inactivation of microorganisms in different food matrices and processing conditions, collectively subsumed under the heading "predictive microbial models" (PMM). Unfortunately, the currently publicly available PMM are characterized by a great heterogeneity with respect to applicability, quality,validity, documentation, application limits and software requirements.

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Weiser, A. / Filter, M. / Falenski, A. / et al: An open-source community resource for creating, collecting, sharing and applying predictive microbial models (PMM-Lab). Future Security. 2012.

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