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  1. AS 5013.19.1-2012

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    Food microbiology, Method 19.1: Microbiology of food and animal feeding stuffs-Horizontal method for the enumeration of -glucuronidase-positive Escherichia coli-Colony-count technique at 44°C using membranes and 5-bromo-4-chloro-3- indolyl -D-glucuronide (ISO 16649-1:2001, MOD)

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  2. AS/NZS 1766.2.12:2002


    Food microbiology, Method 2.12: Examination for specific organisms - Escherichia coli in bivalve molluscs - Rapid method

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  3. AS 1766.2.12-1994


    Food microbiology, Method 2.12: Examination for specific organisms - Escherichia coli in bivalve molluscs - Rapid method

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  4. AS 1766.2.12-1984


    Methods for the microbiological examination of food - Escherichia coli - Direct plate method, Part 2.12: Examination for specific organisms

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  5. AS 1095.3.10-1984


    Microbiological methods for the dairy industry, Part 3.10: Methods of examination for specific groups of microorganisms - Escherichia coli - Direct plate method

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