Donna Cawthorn
Donna Cawthorn
University of Mpumalanga
Verified email at ump.ac.za
TitleCited byYear
Selective PCR detection of viable Enterobacter sakazakii cells utilizing propidium monoazide or ethidium bromide monoazide
DM Cawthorn, RC Witthuhn
Journal of Applied Microbiology 105 (4), 1178-1185, 2008
1562008
A high incidence of species substitution and mislabelling detected in meat products sold in South Africa
DM Cawthorn, HA Steinman, LC Hoffman
Food Control 32 (2), 440-449, 2013
1382013
DNA barcoding reveals a high incidence of fish species misrepresentation and substitution on the South African market
DM Cawthorn, HA Steinman, RC Witthuhn
Food Research International 46 (1), 30-40, 2012
1282012
What is the role and contribution of meat from wildlife in providing high quality protein for consumption?
LC Hoffman, DM Cawthorn
Animal frontiers 2 (4), 40-53, 2012
852012
Evaluation of different methods for the detection and identification of Enterobacter sakazakii isolated from South African infant formula milks and the processing environment
DM Cawthorn, S Botha, RC Witthuhn
International journal of food microbiology 127 (1-2), 129-138, 2008
742008
The bushmeat and food security nexus: A global account of the contributions, conundrums and ethical collisions
DM Cawthorn, LC Hoffman
Food Research International 76, 906-925, 2015
692015
Exotic protein sources to meet all needs
LC Hoffman, D Cawthorn
Meat science 95 (4), 764-771, 2013
622013
Evaluation of the 16S and 12S rRNA genes as universal markers for the identification of commercial fish species in South Africa
DM Cawthorn, HA Steinman, RC Witthuhn
Gene 491 (1), 40-48, 2012
502012
Fish species substitution and misnaming in South Africa: an economic, safety and sustainability conundrum revisited
DM Cawthorn, J Duncan, C Kastern, J Francis, LC Hoffman
Food chemistry 185, 165-181, 2015
462015
Species of Cronobacter–A review of recent advances in the genus and their significance in infant formula milk
A Strydom, DM Cawthorn, M Cameron, RC Witthuhn
International dairy journal 27 (1-2), 3-12, 2012
442012
Comparative study of different methods for the extraction of DNA from fish species commercially available in South Africa
DM Cawthorn, HA Steinman, RC Witthuhn
Food Control 22 (2), 231-244, 2011
402011
Establishment of a mitochondrial DNA sequence database for the identification of fish species commercially available in South Africa
DM CAWTHORN, HA Steinman, R Corli Witthuhn
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (6), 979-991, 2011
332011
The role of traditional and non-traditional meat animals in feeding a growing and evolving world
DM Cawthorn, LC Hoffman
Animal Frontiers 4 (4), 6-12, 2014
322014
Global trade statistics lack granularity to inform traceability and management of diverse and high-value fishes
DM Cawthorn, S Mariani
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
202017
Evaluating the availability of fish species on the South African market and the factors undermining sustainability and consumer choice
DM Cawthorn, HA Steinman, RC Witthuhn
Food Control 22 (11), 1748-1759, 2011
202011
Controversial cuisine: A global account of the demand, supply and acceptance of “unconventional” and “exotic” meats
DM Cawthorn, LC Hoffman
Meat science 120, 19-36, 2016
172016
Deceit with decapods? Evaluating labelling accuracy of crustacean products in South Africa
DM Cawthorn, LC Hoffman
Food Control 73, 741-753, 2017
112017
Physical quality attributes of male and female wild fallow deer (Dama dama) muscles
DM Cawthorn, LB Fitzhenry, V Muchenje, D Bureš, R Kotrba, LC Hoffman
Meat science 137, 168-175, 2018
102018
The effects of gender, size and life‐cycle stage on the chemical composition of smoothhound shark (Mustelus mustelus) meat
AC Bosch, GO Sigge, SE Kerwath, DM Cawthorn, LC Hoffman
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 93 (10), 2384-2392, 2013
102013
Generic names and mislabeling conceal high species diversity in global fisheries markets
DM Cawthorn, C Baillie, S Mariani
Conservation Letters 11 (5), e12573, 2018
62018
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