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Food hygiene and travel at sea
  1. Betty C. Hobbs,
  2. M. J. Colbourne,
  3. P. E. Mayner


    The incidence of gastroenteritis on a passenger ship is reviewed and discussed in relation to the agents of infection from stool specimens, the bacteriological condition of food samples, and the practice of galley hygiene.

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