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Food and Feed Safety Handbook
from C.H.I.P.S.

Rapid Methods for Biological and Chemical Contaminants in Food and Feed
edited by A. van Amerongen
D. Barug and M. Lauwaars

Rapid Methods for Biological and Chemical Contaminants in Food and Feed presents a firm base and structured framework for considering rapid analysis of biological and chemical contaminants in food and feed.

Rapid Methods for Biological and Chemical Contaminants in Food and Feed concentrates on:

  • legislation
  • sampling
  • method validation
  • microbial pathogens
  • biological materials like GMOs and allergens
  • toxins like bacterial food poisoning toxins
  • marine toxins and biogenic amines
  • chemicals like veterinary drugs
  • pesticides and dioxins

Contents

  • Why rapid testing?
  • A European approach to validation and certification of rapid microbiological methods
  • Sampling and sample preparation: An underestimated issue?
  • Rapid methods and EU legislation
  • Advances in biosensors for detection of pathogens in food and water
  • Simple and rapid bacterial protein and DNA diagnostic methods based on signal generation with colloidal carbon particles
  • A rapid nucleic acid detection method for specific bacteria: The case of Listeria monocytogenes
  • Norovirus in food and water: Isolation and quantification
  • Novel molecular and biochemical techniques for quality control and monitoring in the agrofood production chain
  • Rapid detection methods for GMOs: Developments and harmonization in the European Union
  • Detection of allergens in food: ELISA, PCR and the multi-allergen screening assay
  • Rapid analysis of meat and bonemeal in feed
  • Policy on characterization of antibodies used in immunochemical methods of analysis for mycotoxins and phycotoxins
  • Rapid detection methods for marine toxins: Needs and limits
  • Rapid detection of bacterial food-poisoning toxins
  • Enzyme sensor array for the determination of biogenic amines
  • Rapid assays for detection of residues of veterinary drugs
  • Rapid immunoassays for the detection of pesticides
  • Rapid methods for dioxins in food and feed
  • Biosensor detection of sulfonamides: From specific to multi-sulfonamide assays
  • Detecting trace levels of chlorophenols and chloroanisoles in wineries by immunodiagnostic techniques
  • New and future at- and on-line sensors in food production: EU research results
  • Data management: A bottleneck or the ultimate success factor?
  • Key for tomorrow: Nanotechnology in food analysis

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edited by A. van Amerongen, D. Barug, M. Lauwaars
2005 416 pages $126.00 + shipping

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