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Baranda Lourdes - - 2002
BACKGROUND: Although it is important that dermatologists and the general population know the irritation potential of products marketed for dry skin used for body cleansing, this information is not usually available. OBJECTIVE: To assess the irritative effect of different soaps and liquid cleansers recommended for sensitive skin. To study the ...
Iida Tetsuo - - 2002
The properties of photon emission arising from a browned product were investigated. The photon intensity of the browned product was proportional to the absorbancy at 420 nm, and was influenced by the amino acid structure. The fluorescence spectrum showed similar compounds in the browned product to be related with this ...
Rankins Darrell L DL - - 2002
The use of by-products as nutrient sources for beef cattle will continue to be driven by economics. As landfill prices continue to escalate, more by-product will become economically viable as cattle feed. These considerations will be counter-balanced by safety concerns. American consumers are becoming increasingly concerned with the production aspects ...
Sosa María J - - 2002
Penicillium commune, a mold frequently found on dry-cured meat products, is able to synthesize the mycotoxin cyclopiazonic acid (CPA). To evaluate the hazard due to CPA on such foods, the ability of P. commune to grow and produce CPA at water activities (a(w)) in the range of 0.99 to 0.90 ...
Harlander Robert V - - 2002
The Higgs-boson production cross section at pp and pp colliders is calculated in QCD at next-to-next-to-leading order (NNLO). We find that the perturbative expansion of the production cross section is well behaved and that scale dependence is reduced relative to the NLO result. These findings give us confidence in the ...
Young Leanne - - 2002
The Pick the Tick programme of the National Heart Foundation of New Zealand aims to provide a framework for cooperation with the food industry to improve nutrition labelling and to develop a healthy food supply. Food manufacturers, whose products meet defined nutritional criteria, are able to display the Pick the ...
Meng Charles Q - - 2002
Ezetimibe (Sch-58235) is a cholesterol absorption inhibitor under development by Schering-Plough (SP), in collaboration with Merck, for the potential treatment of hypercholesterolemia. In late December 2001, the companies filed an NDA in the US for this indication. SP is studying ezetimibe as a monotherapy for lowering lipid levels, and also ...
Laich Federico - - 2002
Mycobiota growing on food is often beneficial for the ripening and development of the specific flavor characteristics of the product, but it can also be harmful due to the production of undesirable compounds such as mycotoxins or antibiotics. Some of the fungi most frequently isolated from fermented and cured meat ...
Reiner Bruce B Department of Radiology, Maryland Veterans Affairs Healthcare System, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA. - - 2002
The purpose of this report is to determine what effect filmless operation has on technologist productivity when compared with traditional film-based operation. Retrospective data on technologist productivity was collected from the study institution before and after implementation of PACS using workload reports and payroll records. Departmentwide technologist productivity was defined ...
Somerville Gael - - 2002
Loss of hearing from accumulation of cerumen (ear wax) is a commonly seen problem. Treatment for this condition often involves use of a wax softening or dispersing agent (cerumenolytic) before syringing. A mini-review was undertaken to find out what is the best preparation to use before syringing to facilitate the ...
Grajeta H - - 2002
The Fe and Mg contents in selected fast food products available in restaurants and fast food outlets in Poland were determined by AAS, and the Ca content by AES. The mean Fe contents in the studied fast food products were from 0.7 to 2.3 mg/100 g, or from 0.6 to ...
Liu J X - - 2002
In vitro gas production was measured to investigate associative effects of untreated and chemically treated rice straw (RS) and of RS and grass hay or mulberry leaves (ML). The RS was treated with NaOH, urea, or (NH4)HCO3. Cumulative gas production was recorded at 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, ...
Helm Ricki M - - 2002
The production of genetically modified foods for an increasingly informed and selective consumer requires the coordinated activities of both the companies developing the transgenic food and regulatory authorities to ensure that these foods are at least as safe as the traditional foods they are supplementing in the diet. Although the ...
Howard B J - - 2002
The application of the critical loads methodology for radioactive contamination of Arctic and sub-arctic ecosystems, where natural and semi-natural food products are important components of the diet of many people, is proposed and discussed. The critical load is herein defined as the amount of radionuclide deposition necessary to produce radionuclide ...
Araki Yoshio - - 2002
Recent studies have suggested that short chain fatty acids (SCFAs) exert a therapeutic effect on some human and experimental animal diseases. Clostridium butyricum produces high levels of SCFAs in the gut lumen. The aim of the present study was to analyze the product derived from Clostridium butyricum in a culture ...
Savage Geoffrey P - - 2002
Eight cholesterol oxides are commonly found in foods with high cholesterol content, such as meat, egg yolk and full fat dairy products. Factors known to increase the production of cholesterol oxides in foods are heat, light, radiation, oxygen, moisture, low pH, certain pro-oxidising agents and the storage of food at ...
Rajendhran J - - 2002
AIMS: Optimization of Penicillin G acylase (PAC) production from a novel isolate of Bacillus sp. METHODS: Fermentation medium for PAC production was optimized using a two-level fractional factorial design with seven components. RESULTS: A maximum production of 9.5 U ml(-1) of PAC was obtained in an optimized medium containing (g ...
Sijtsema Siet - - 2002
Consumer wishes have to be translated into product characteristics to implement consumer-oriented product development. Before this step can be made, insight in food-related behavior and perception of consumers is necessary to make the right, useful, and successful translation. Food choice behavior and consumers' perception are studied in many disciplines. Models ...
Waters Geoffrey C R - - 2002
Optimized menus for a bioregenerative life support system have been developed based on measures of crop productivity, food item acceptability, menu diversity, and nutritional requirements of crew. Crop-specific biomass requirements were calculated from menu recipe demands while accounting for food processing and preparation losses. Under the assumption of staggered planting, ...
San Martín M F - - 2002
The use of high hydrostatic pressures (HHP) for food processing is finding increased application within the food industry. One of the advantages of this technology is that because it does not use heat, sensory, and nutritional attributes of the product remain virtually unaffected, thus yielding products with better quality than ...
Keshri G - - 2002
AIMS: Early detection of spoilage fungi (two Eurotium spp., a Penicillium chrysogenum species) in bread analogues over periods of 72 h at 25 degrees C and 0.95 water activity was evaluated using volatile production patterns, hydrolytic enzyme production, and changes in fungal populations. METHODS AND RESULTS: Using an electronic nose ...
Sharp T - - 2001
The present study was funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, its aim being to identify the technical barriers to the development of reduced-fat alternatives for bakery products. Using National Food Survey (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, 1998) statistics on dietary consumption within the home, biscuits, cakes ...
Gorpintchenko T - - 2001
The largest share of legumes grain production in Russia falls at peas and amounts to 75%. The pea is grown practically in all agricultural regions of Russia. The most favourable pea-growing regions are the forest-steppe zone of European part of Russia and Volga region. 84 varieties of pea are being ...
Mubarak A E - - 2001
Sweet lupin Lupinus albus seed flour (SLSF), two sweet lupin protein isolates (SLPI-I and SLPI-II) and sweet lupin seed protein concentrate (SLSPC) were added to wheat flour (WF) in an amount of 3, 6, 9 and 12% of wheat flour. The effects of lupin products supplementation on physical dough properties ...
Giannakourou M C - - 2001
The principles of application of a Shelf Life Decision System (SLDS) for the optimization of the distribution of chilled fresh and minimally processed food products are developed. The SLDS integrates predictive kinetic models of food spoilage, data on initial quality from rapid techniques, and the capacity to continuously monitor temperature ...
Tzouros N E - - 2001
A review of quality control methods and applications of multivariate statistical techniques on the authentication and classification of agricultural products is presented. The products reported within the frame of this article were vegetables, fruits, juices, jams, wines, cereals, bakery products, oils, tea, coffee, honey, sugar-syrups, salad dressings, and gums. The ...
Minning S - - 2001
The lipases of the Rhizopus species family are important and versatile enzymes that are mainly used in fat and oil modification due to their strong 1,3-regiospecificity. Inexpensive synthetic medium was used for the production of Rhizopus oryzae lipase in the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris. Methanol accumulation inside the bioreactor has ...
Armstrong E P - - 2001
We compared application, drying, and removal times as well as user satisfaction of four preoperative skin preparation products. All products were applied to 25 subjects, allowed to dry, and removed. Operating room personnel who applied the products were asked to complete a user-satisfaction survey. Application and drying times were longest ...
Crouse G D - - 2001
The spinosyns are a new class of fermentation-derived insect control agents that are effective against a variety of chewing insect pests. The successful introduction of spinosad into the agricultural marketplace represents an important milestone in the use of natural products for commercial pest control. The development of a natural product ...
Wäsche, A.
In this article an exclusive interview with the IVV food ingredients team is published: Andreas Wäsche, product manager of the food ingredients business field, Klaus Müller who heads the product laboratory and Christian Schäfer who is a food chemist and an expert in protein modification.
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The traditional and potential uses of pigeon pea in China are reviewed. The use of pigeon pea in mass rearing of lac insect, fuel production, soil conservation, fodder and feed production, folk medicine, and as a food source is discussed.
Park J K - - 2001
The effect of capsule circulation velocity and volumetric oxygen transfer coefficient on the production of L-lysine by encapsulated Corynebacterium glutamicum in an airlift bioreactor has been evaluated. A larger oxygen supply in the airlift bioreactor caused a more than 58% increase in L-lysine productivity compared to that in a shaking ...
Jideani V A - - 2001
The objective of this research was to conduct a survey related to the production process for fura. Fura is a staple food for the Fulanis and Hausas. The single most important cereal grain for fura production is millet. A significant difference exists among respondents on the variety of millet chosen ...
Shiba Y - - 2001
Phospholipase A1 (PLA1) is a hydrolytic enzyme that catalyzes the removal of the acyl group from position 1 of lecithin to form lysolecithin. The PLA1 gene, which had been cloned from Aspergillus oryzae, was expressed in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and A. oryzae. Through the modification of the medium composition and the ...
Vannoppen J - - 2001
Consumer concerns about food safety have been steadily growing during the last decade. Along with the recognition of the increasing power from the consumer side of food chains, this has forced agricultural producers to innovate and adapt their production methods. One of those developments is integrated production of pip fruit ...
Rosenberg S - - 2000
In this increasingly complex, time-constrained world, consumers will continue to look for solutions that promise them peace of mind. A large component of this peace of mind is perceived as personal safety against infectious agents. Manufacturers have a responsibility to provide sound advice and to develop solutions to consumers' questions. ...
Archibald D D - - 2000
Near-infrared reflectance spectra of cereal food products were acquired with a commercial dual-diode-array (Si, InGaAs) spectrometer customized to allow rapid acquisition of scans of intact breakfast cereals, snack foods, whole grains, and milled products. Substantial gains in the performance of multivariate calibration models generated from these data were obtained by ...
Wong S - - 2000
In the U.S., food product recalls serve as an important intervention in stemming the consumption of food products contaminated with infectious disease agents. We summarize the number and nature of foods and cosmetics recalled as a result of microbial contamination reported to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for ...
Kiryluk J - - 2000
The methods for laboratory and commercial milling of dehulled barley grain are described. In the laboratory-scale barley at 10%, 12% and 14% moisture, was milled to produce three fine-products (flours) and two coarse-products (grits). The yield of flours and grits was about 40% and 60%, respectively. Increased products yield and ...
van Netten C - - 2000
Edible seaweed products have been used in many countries, specifically Japan, as a food item. Recently these products have become popular in the food industry because of a number of interesting medicinal properties that have been associated with certain edible marine algae. Very little control exists over the composition of ...
Gilroy D J - - 2000
The presence of blue-green algae (BGA) toxins in surface waters used for drinking water sources and recreation is receiving increasing attention around the world as a public health concern. However, potential risks from exposure to these toxins in contaminated health food products that contain BGA have been largely ignored. BGA ...
De Boer I J - - 2000
Government targets for ammonia emission and for N and P loss per hectare (ha) of agricultural land were used to assess carrying capacity for poultry production in The Netherlands with data from 1990. In addition, the effect of alternative management strategies on carrying capacity was determined. Ammonia emission from poultry ...
Groenewold G S - - 2000
The nerve agent VX (O-ethyl S-2-diisopropylaminoethyl methyl phosphonothiolate) was analyzed on the surface of concrete samples using an ion trap secondary ion mass spectrometer (IT-SIMS). It was found that VX could be detected down to an absolute quantity of 5 ng on a concrete chip, or to a surface coverage ...
Huryn A D - - 2000
Studies of the production of stream insects are now numerous, and general factors controlling the secondary production of stream communities are becoming evident. In this review we focus on how life-history attributes influence the production dynamics of stream insects and other macroinvertebrates. Annual production of macroinvertebrate communities in streams world-wide ...
Bredahl L - - 1999
The objective of this research was to gain insight into consumers>> attitudes towards genetic modification in food production. With means-end chain theory as the theoretical basis, laddering interviews were conducted with 400 consumers in Denmark, Germany, the United Kingdom and Italy. Perceived risks and benefits of genetic modification in foods ...
Inniss S - - 1999
Physicians and consumers play an essential role in determining the ultimate success of food products. Effective communication of product efficacy and safety data to physicians, health care professionals and consumers can be a deciding factor in whether a food product is recommended or consumed. Food products deemed safe and beneficial ...
DiFranza J R - - 1999
BACKGROUND: Tobacco products were compared in regard to their price, point-of-purchase advertising, accessibility to shoplifters, and rate of sale to minors. METHODS: An experimental design compared the rates of illegal sales to minors of cigarettes, chewing tobacco, and cigars. Observational surveys of 102 stores measured the number of advertisements for ...
Lopes M F - - 1999
Cheese produced from raw ewes' milk and chouriço, a Portuguese dry fermented sausage, are still produced in a traditional way in certain regions of Portugal by relying on colonization by microbial populations associated with the raw materials, equipment, and local environments. For the purpose of describing the product origins and ...
Andersson H C - - 1999
The level of agaritine was measured in fresh and canned cultivated mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) as well as in other food products containing A. bisporus, by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography. The two fresh samples were purchased on the open market and contained 212 and 229 mg/kg, respectively. Of the ...
Heaton J T - - 1999
The effects of complete and partial cochlear extirpation at ages 9-11 days posthatch were assessed in 5 nestling budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus) to determine if auditory feedback is necessary for the production of nestling vocalizations. Although early deafening had no effect on the production of food-begging calls produced during the first ...
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