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Bacillus salus carnis

B. salus carnis will be engineered strain of b. subtilis which provides a real-time edibility indicator for packaged meat and fish.

It uses a modified carotenoid pathway to indicate (Fig. 1):

  1. The concentration of volatiles present at the eukaryotic amine-group receptors
  2. Toxic concentrations of ammonium
  3. Toxicity due to pH

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Fig. h1. Overview of the functional reaction pathway for b. salus carnis. Read bottom to top.

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