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Yeşim Soyer

Department of Food Engineering
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Isolation and molecular characterization of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli from poultry samples
Cesur, Aylin; Ulutas, Sacide Ozlem; Soyer, Yeşim (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2019-01-01)
Innumerable foodborne pathogens including Salmonella and Escherichia coli pose a serious threat to human health and food safety. As perishable foods, poultry products are considered one of the most common sources of foodbo...
Cinnamon oil nanoemulsions by spontaneous emulsification: Formulation, characterization and antimicrobial activity
YILDIRIM, Simge Tutku; Öztop, Halil Mecit; Soyer, Yeşim (Elsevier BV, 2017-10-01)
The goal of this study was to formulate stable cinnamon oil nanoemulsions (NEs) exhibiting high anti-microbial activity by using the low-energy approach: spontaneous emulsification (SE) and compare it with two high-energy ...
Phenotyping and genetic characterization of Salmonella enterica isolates from Turkey revealing arise of different features specific to geography
Acar, Sinem; Bulut, Ece; Durul, Bora; Uner, Ilhan; Kur, Mehmet; AVŞAROĞLU ERKAN, MÜRŞİDE DİLEK; KIRMACI, HÜSEYİN AVNİ; Tel, Yasar Osman; YILDIZ ZEYREK, FADİLE; Soyer, Yeşim (2017-01-16)
192 Food samples (commonly consumed 8 food types), 355 animal samples (animal feces of bovine, ovine, goat and chicken) and 50 samples from clinical human cases in Sanliurfa city, Turkey in a year were collected to determi...
Microbial Control of Milk and Milk Products
Guzel, Mustafa; Soyer, Yeşim (2017-01-01)
Milk has been the one of the main nutrient sources of human diet for centuries. Microbial studies on milk date back to the seventeenth century, when Kircher used a microscope, and observed the minute worms in milk. Two cen...
Vulnerabilities, Threats and Gaps in Food Biosecurity
Fletcher, Jacqueline; Alpas, Hami; Henry, Christine M.; Haynes, Edward; Dehne, Heinz W.; Ma, Li Maria; Soyer, Yeşim; Yeni, Filiz; Colla, Paola; Robb, Paul (2017-01-01)
The food production system throughout the European Union, which includes farm production, harvesting, transport, processing, storage, marketing and consumption, is vast, complex and open. The high volume of trade in fresh ...
How can we improve foodborne disease surveillance systems: A comparison through EU and US systems
Yenı, F.; Acar, Sibel; Soyer, Yeşim; Alpas, Hami (2017-01-01)
Foodborne diseases remain a major threat to global public health. Problems in detecting the threats at early stages in the supply chain due to defects in surveillance systems cannot be ignored. The primary goal of this art...
Recent Outbreaks of Human Pathogens on Plants (HPOPs) on Fresh Produce - Lessons Learned from the Practice
Alpas, Hami; Yeni, Filiz; Soyer, Yeşim; Fletcher, Jacqueline (2017-01-01)
Number of people being infected or intoxicated due to foodborne illness outbreaks reaches to millions annually. These outbreaks are also responsible from thousands of deaths and billions of dollars' worth of damage every y...
Most Common Foodborne Pathogens and Mycotoxins on Fresh Produce: A Review of Recent Outbreaks
Yeni, Filiz; Yavaş, Sinem; Alpas, Hami; Soyer, Yeşim (Informa UK Limited, 2016-01-01)
Every year millions of people are affected and thousands of them die due to infections and intoxication as a result of foodborne outbreaks, which also cause billions of dollars' worth of damage, public health problems, and...
Subtyping of Salmonella Food Isolates Suggests the Geographic Clustering of Serotype Telaviv
Durul, Bora; Acar, Sinem; Bulut, Ece; Kyere, Emmanuel O.; Soyer, Yeşim (Mary Ann Liebert Inc, 2015-12-01)
Salmonella is commonly found in a variety of food products and is a major cause of bacterial foodborne illness throughout the world. In this study, we investigated the prevalence and diversity of Salmonella in eight differ...
Molecular evaluation and antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Escherichia coli isolates from food products in Turkey
Kyere, Emmanuel Owusu; Bulut, Ece; AVŞAROĞLU ERKAN, MÜRŞİDE DİLEK; Soyer, Yeşim (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2015-06-01)
Some strains of Escherichia coli can be important food borne pathogens. Characterization and antimicrobial resistance testing of 28 E. coli isolates from random food samples obtained in Van, Turkey were performed. Primers ...