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Cyanotoxins and Food Contamination in Developing Countries: Review of Their Types, Toxicity, Analysis, Occurrence and Mitigation Strategies

cyanotoxins in seafood and edible plants (five papers). Only Brazil and China conducted more research on cyanotoxin contamination in food in comparison to other countries. The majority of research focused on ...

CHROMATOGRAPHIC FINGERPRINT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE DETECTION OF TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS IN PLANT FOOD SUPPLEMENTS

subject of this thesis, is a plant that is frequently present in sexual enhancing herbal food sup-plements sold to treat ED. Aim: The study developed a screening approach for TT using Ultra High Pressure ...

SARS-CoV-2 Surveillance in Belgian Wastewaters

42 wastewater treatment plants for 15 months comprising three major virus waves. During the entire period, a high correlation was observed between the daily new COVID-19 cases and the SARS-CoV-2 ...

Pesticide Use in Market Gardening and Perceived Risk of Consumers Exposed to Pesticide Residues

substances (AS)). Among these AS, abamectin and methomyl are considered as highly hazardous according the WHO classification. According to the behavior of pesticides in plants, more than half of the AS. (54%) ...

Selenium in standard and plant-based infant formulae and in milk: total content, speciation and estimated intake

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Cheyns, Karlien; de Paiva, Esther; Waegeneers, Nadia; Ruttens, Ann Source: EFSA ONE, EFSA, Brussels, Belgium (2022) Keywords: Infant Formula Selenium Compounds Health Topics:  Spoore ...

Detection of regulated and prohibited plants in plant food supplements

frontiers, EDQM, Issue EDQM, Rome, Italy (2022) Abstract: Plant food supplements, herbal treatments and traditional medicines, bought via internet and intercepted by the authorities are often only screened for ...

Use of near infrared spectroscopy and chemometrics for the classification of different Cannabis spp. samples found in Belgium

not suited for onsite analysis. Near infrared spectroscopy combined with chemometric tools has the potential for quantitative and qualitative prediction of plant natural products compounds [6]. In ...

Plants with stacked genetically modified events: to assess or not to assess?

differences relates to the so-called ‘stacked GM events’, that is, GMO s, plants so far, where new traits are combined by conventional crossing of different GM plants. This paper advocates rethinking the ...

Sorting out the plants responsible for a contamination with pyrrolizidine alkaloids in spice seeds by means of LC-MS/MS and DNA barcoding: Proof of principle with cumin and anise spice seeds

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Willocx, Marie; Van der Beeten, Iris; Asselman, Pieter; Delgat, Lynn; Baert, Wim; Janssens, Steven; Leliaert, Frederik; Picron, Jean-François; Vanhee, Céline Source: Food Chemistry: Molecular Sci ...

Mapping abundance distributions of allergenic tree species in urbanized landscapes: A nation-wide study for Belgium using forest inventory and citizen science data

Citizen science Forest mapping respiratory health Species distribution modelling Urban vegetation Abstract: Mapping the distribution of allergenic plants in urbanized landscapes is of high importance to ...

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