Chamberlain Farms a salmonella supply.

Amy Reel, a spokeswoman for the Indiana STATE DEPT. Of Health, said samples have already been gathered from multiple southern Indiana farms. The FDA is usually handling evaluation of those samples, she said. Gary Zhao, an attorney for the southwestern Indiana farm, said Tuesday in response to a message looking for comment that the farm would to push out a statement later this week. Last week, Tim Chamberlain, who works the 100-acre Chamberlain Farms, said it had stopped generating and distributing cantaloupe on Aug. 16, when the FDA alerted him that the fruit could possibly be tainted. Burgess stated the FDA’s advice to customers hasn’t changed: Consumers should ask shops where cantaloupe they purchased came from and get rid of the fruit if it was bought from Chamberlain Farms.Related StoriesMeat-rich diet may increase kidney cancer riskViralytics enters into medical trial collaboration contract with MSDNew antenna-like gadget makes breast cancer surgery easier for surgeonsForman will present his results on April 21 at the Experimental Biology 2012 conference in NORTH PARK. Forman coauthored the paper with a professor from the University of Padova in Italy. Forman offered as a going to professor during the summer season while also conducting research. In another paper, released in the Journal of Biological Chemistry recently, Forman collaborated with investigators at USC who are professionals in searching at how cells keep themselves using proteasome, which degrades damaged and old proteins.