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Strategies to control the presence of microbial impurities, including genetically modified microorganisms, in food enzymes (PhD thesis)

Publication Type: Dissertation Authors: Marie Deckers Source: UGent, Gent, Belgium (2022) Service:  Activités transversales en génomique appliquée Transversale activiteiten in toegepaste genomica Transversal activities in applied genomics Manuscript versi ...

Evaluating genetic similarity between foodborne and household Bacillus cereus isolates

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Bram Jacobs; Tom Van Nieuwenhuysen; Koenraad Van Hoorde Source: BSFM, Brussels, Belgium (2022) Keywords: Bacillus cereus Foodborne pathogens kitchen sponge whole genome sequencing Se ...

Development of a taxon-specific real-time PCR method targeting the Bacillus subtilis group to strengthen the control of genetically modified bacteria in fermentation products

flavorings Bacillus subtilis group Enzymes food and feed safety concerns real-time PCR detection Unauthorized genetically modified microorganisms Abstract: Most of the bacteria that are used to produce ...

A shotgun metagenomics approach to detect and characterize unauthorized genetically modified microorganisms in microbial fermentation products

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Florence E Buytaers; Marie-Alice Fraiture; Bas Berbers; Els Vandermassen; Stefan Hoffman; N. Papazova; Kevin Vanneste; Kathleen Marchal; Nancy Roosens; Sigrid C.J. De Keersmaecker So ...

Shotgun metagenomics as a ONE Health tool for better protecting human health

defined as the study of all genetic material within a sample, using sequencing technologies. Shotgun metagenomics is capable of detecting a wide range of microorganisms in a sample, as well as their ...

Redesign and Validation of a Real-Time RT-PCR to Improve Surveillance for Avian Influenza Viruses of the H9 Subtype.

The availability of reliable and updated diagnostic tools for H9 surveillance is thus paramount to ensure the prompt identification of this subtype. The genetic variability of H9 represents a challenge ...

Listeria monocytogenes isolates from Cornu aspersum snails: Whole genome-based characterization and host-pathogen interactions in a snail infection model.

expression led only to an increase of necrotic non-apoptotic cells. Overall, this study provides significant insights into the genetic diversity of L. monocytogenes from snails, the genomic features of them ...

Development of a data-intensive centralized system for surveillance and outbreak investigation of bacterial pathogens using whole-genome sequencing

characterization of genetically modified organisms, and real-time tracking of pathogen evolution. For some of these projects, pathogen-specific end-to-end isolate characterization workflows were also made available ...

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

Number 73, p.70-3 (2014) Keywords: Genetically modified organism Safety assessment stacked GM event Abstract: The principles for the safety assessment of genetically modified (GM) organisms (GMO s) are ...

WGS- versus ORF5-Based Typing of PRRSV: A Belgian Case Study.

circulating PRRSV strains by means of sequencing is crucial for developing adequate control strategies. Most genetic studies only target the highly variable open reading frame (ORF) 5, for which an extensive ...

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