EFFECT OF DISINFECTANTS BASED ON POTASSIUM PERSULFATE, HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, GLUTARALDEHYDE AND QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS ON THE GENETIC MATERIAL OF THE PATHOGEN BACTERIA SPECIFIC TO MEAT PROCESSING INDUSTRY


https://doi.org/10.21323/2114-441X-2016-1-54-61

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Abstract

The changes in bacterial genetic material under the action of different biocidal products have been investigated. It was confirmed by PCR and genetic engineering that biocidal product Ecocid was able to remove both chromosomal and plasmid DNA, either isolated or contained within the bacterial cells. Using a disinfectant that destroys DNA on the surfaces of meat production equipment is a promising measure to prevent horizontal transfer of unwanted genetic material, such as bacterial genes associated with the resistance to antibiotics, or genes of toxin production.


About the Authors

V. N. Afonyushkin
The Institute of the Experimental veterinary of the Siberia and the Far East
Russian Federation

the department of molecular biology

candidat of Biology sciences, Head

630501, Novosibirsk region, Krasnoobsk

Ph.: 89231176461



K. A. Tabanyukhov
Novosibirsk State Agrarian University
Russian Federation

630039, Novosibirsk, Dobrolubova str.160

Ph.: 89139560236 



V. S. Cherepushkina
The Institute of the Experimental veterinary of the Siberia and the Far East
Russian Federation

assistant researcher

630501, Novosibirsk region, Krasnoobsk

Ph.: 89529042922


Yu. S. Khomenko
The Institute of the Experimental veterinary of the Siberia and the Far East
Russian Federation

graduate student

630501, Novosibirsk region, Krasnoobsk

Ph.: 89529042922


O. P. Tatarchuk
LLC KRKA PHARMA
Russian Federation

Head of veterinary drugs

125212, Moscow, Golovinskaya, 5/1

Ph.: +7 495 981-10-95


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For citation: Afonyushkin V.N., Tabanyukhov K.A., Cherepushkina V.S., Khomenko Y.S., Tatarchuk O.P. EFFECT OF DISINFECTANTS BASED ON POTASSIUM PERSULFATE, HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, GLUTARALDEHYDE AND QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS ON THE GENETIC MATERIAL OF THE PATHOGEN BACTERIA SPECIFIC TO MEAT PROCESSING INDUSTRY. Theory and practice of meat processing. 2016;1(1):54-61. https://doi.org/10.21323/2114-441X-2016-1-54-61

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