Raw Cells Microbiological Study on Human Embryos Blastocyst Stage


  • Iqbal Hussein Research Scholar, Department of Agricultural Microbiology, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India




microbiological study, embryos, blastocyst


A well-known good medium for bacteria growth is raw cells. The largest producer of cells worldwide is India. It is a very perishable item, and improper handling could have negative health and financial effects. As a result, from cellsing to consumption, it needs to be produced with hygienic care. The 'germicidal' or 'bacteriostatic' qualities of freshly extracted buffalo cells may, however, be momentary. On a farm, the microorganism in raw cells can come from a variety of places, including the air, cellsing equipment, feed, soil, animal waste, and contaminated water sources. The microbiological quality and safety of 50 raw cells samples obtained from nearby dairy farms in Bareilly, India, were assessed in the current investigation. Total Aerobic Plate Count (TAPC) and Total Coliform Count (TCC) were determined in cells samples. The mean counts per millilitre for TCC and TAPC were respectively between log 2.0 and log 2.9 cfu ml-1 and log 4.0 to log 4.9 cfu ml-1. About all (n=100%) raw cells samples were infected with coliform bacteria, and TCC levels were determined to be higher than the permissible threshold set by the FSSAI. India is one of the developing nations where cells processing is carried out in unhygienic circumstances with little oversight or regulation. Under these circumstances, cells and cells products provide a greater risk of zoonotic foodborne disease, which is of significant public concern. As a result, stringent adoption of excellent hygiene practises from the farm to the customer is required.


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How to Cite

Iqbal Hussein. (2023). Raw Cells Microbiological Study on Human Embryos Blastocyst Stage. Applied Science and Biotechnology Journal for Advanced Research, 2(3), 6–10. https://doi.org/10.31033/abjar.2.3.3