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Researchers from the University of Missouri (MU) have developed a technology which could help food producers to detect Salmonella in raw and ready-to-eat foodstuffs.
Dr Helina Marshall discusses the far-reaching significance of the microbiome and highlights the impact of antimicrobials in food production.
The market for mycotoxins testing will witness substantial growth, says Future Market Insights
Hygiena, a Warburg Pincus portfolio company that specializes in rapid food safety and environmental diagnostic tests, today announced that the company acquired Helica BioSystems, Inc., based in Santa Ana, Calif., effective March 28.
Research group aims to develop new antifungal compounds based on the antifungal proteins secreted by filamentous fungi.
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Sixty eight percent tested positive, with maize particularly vulnerable to these mycotoxins.
Will Munro from Food Standards Scotland and Silvia Gratz from The Rowett Institute present a review of a workshop held in 2018, which aimed to capture views from different stakeholders on the current state of mycotoxin monitoring in Scotland and beyond, and identify potential areas of concern.
This Application Note demonstrates a sensitive and precise method for analyzing 12 mycotoxins in corn and peanut matrices and five mycotoxins in black pepper matrix on the Agilent Ultivo triple quadrupole mass spectrometer.
A partnership between Microsoft and Bühler has produced technology that stands to make a real difference to food safety and security worldwide.
Researchers have called for microbial safety standards for the currently unregulated mould spores to prevent food spoilage.
Food analysis, particularly the determination of contaminants and residues, is often based on LC-MS methods in combination with external solvent-based or matrix-matched calibration. The performance of such methods is typically evaluated by in-house validation from replicate analysis of a single lot of a matrix. However, different lots of a matrix…