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Assessment of estrogenic compounds in paperboard for dry food packaging with the ERE-CALUX bioassay

a bioanalytical tool to investigate estrogenic activities of paperboard food packaging and its characteristics, including recycling rate and printing ink. A “worst case” scenario with full extraction is compared to ...

Printed paper and board food contact materials as a potential source of food contamination.

19, p.10-19 (2016) Keywords: Checklist Consumer Product Safety Food Contamination Food Packaging Hazardous Substances Humans Ink Paper Printing Risk Assessment Toxicity Tests Abstract: Food contact ...

Migration of 17 Photoinitiators from Printing Inks and Cardboard into Packaged Food- Results of a Belgian Market Survey

ink on packaging materials used in food applications such as carton boards and can contaminate the food by migrating into the food. In this contribution, a fast and reliable confirmation method for the ...

Evaluation of the migration of 15 photo-initiators from cardboard packaging into Tenax(®) using ultra-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS).

Control Expo Risk Assess, Volume 31, Issue 4, p.767-75 (2014) Keywords: Chromatography, Liquid Food Contamination Food Packaging Ink Molecular Structure Photosensitizing Agents Reproducibility of Results ...

Analysis of benzophenone and 4-methylbenzophenone in breakfast cereals using ultrasonic extraction in combination with gas chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (GC-MS(n)).

used to cure ink on carton boards. In this contribution, a fast and reliable method for the determination of BP and 4MBP in breakfast cereals is described. The sample was extracted ultrasonically using ...

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