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"These results will help designers make hygienic surfaces that are easy to clean," said university spokeswoman Adele Packer. "This should help reduce the chances of cross-contamination and cross infection."
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The researchers also found the ability of Listeria to stick to a stainless steel surface varied significantly when different meat residues were on a counter.
Researchers suggested that companies should modify their cleaning and disinfecting protocols depending on the type of meat involved.
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