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Functional Food
Safety Aspects
edited by the Senate Commission on Food Safety SKLM

Functional Food: Safety Aspects provides a critical survey and evaluation of the current state of knowledge of functional foods, as presented by the Senate Commission on Food Safety (SKLM) held in Germany and attended by international experts from industry and academia.


  • Diet, Genes and Cancer Risks
  • Regulatory Requirements for Functionality and Safety
  • Functional Foods Research and Regulation in Japan
  • Aspect on the Chinese Functional Food and their Safety
  • Regulatory Framework for Functionality and Safety: A North American Perspective
  • Dose-Response Relationshiips with Special Reference to Antioxidants
  • Low Dose Competition of Flavonoisds with Endogenous Thyroid Transport Proteins: Potential Relevance to the Thyroid Hormone Axis
  • Host Factors Relevant for Bioavailability: Transporters, Metabolizing Enzymes and Genetic Polymorphisms
  • Food Matrix and Related Factors Affecting Bioavailability
  • Toxicokinetics/Toxicodynamics
  • Biomarkers to Assess Safety Aspects and Functional Effects of Food
  • Biomarkers Relevant to Cardiovascular Disease
  • Biomarkers of Effect on the Immune System
  • Mechanistic Understanding of Potential Adverse Effects of β-Carotene Supplementation
  • Potential Adverse Mechanisms of Antioxidants During Cancer Therapy
  • Cholesterol Lowering Vegetable Oil Spreads: Results of a Post Launch Monitoring Program
  • Effect of Flavonoids on Human Topoisomerases
  • Risk/Benefit Aspects of Phytoestrogen Consumption
  • Influence of Phytoestrogens on the Biotransformation of Endogenous Estrogens
  • How Selective are Prebiotics
  • Pathogen or Probiotic - Where is the Boundary?


  • In vitro Study of Prebiotic Properties of Levan-Type Exopolysaccharides from Lactobacilli and Non-Digestible Carbohydrates using Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis
  • Effects of Butyrate on Glutathione s-Transferase P1 Expression in Human Colonic Adenoma Cells
  • In vitro Fermentation Supernatants of Inulin-associated Prebiotics Modulate Proliferation and Glutathione S-Transferase Activity in Human Colon HT29 Cells
  • β-Carotene Effects in a Tobacco Smoke Carcinogen-induced Lung Cancer Model in vivo
  • Influence of Daidzein and its Metabolites on the Expression of Catalase in Rat Hepatoma Cells
  • Flavonoids and the Central Nervous System: the Anxiolytic Flavone Hispidulin
  • Comparative Bioavailability of Synthetic and tomato-Based Lycopene in Humans?
  • The Mycotoxin Ochratoxin A Induced DNA Damage in MDCK Cells and Primary Cultured Porcine Urinary Bladder Epithelial Celles (PUBEC) in vitro
  • Genotoxic Potential of the Phytoestrogen Resveratrol in Cultured V79 Chinese Hamster Fibroblasts
  • Investigation of Oxidative Stress in H4IIE Cells: Modulation by the Flavonoid Kaempferol
  • In vitro Studies on the Estrogenic Activity and the Metabolism of Curcumin
  • Structural Studies of Sphingolipids, a Class of Chemopreventive Compounds in Food
  • Modulation of (Oxidative) DNA Damage by Constituents of Carob Fiber
  • Pro- and Antiapoptotic Effects of Flavonoids in H4IIE-Cells: Implication of Oxidative Stress
  • Analysis of the Hupotheses on β-Carotene/Tobacco Smoke Interactions in the A/J Mouse Lung Cancer Model
  • Carob Fiber - Functional Effects on Human Colon Cell Line HT29
  • Influence of Food Constituents on Cytochrome P450 1A Activity
  • Red Grape Products and Ethanol Modulate Coagulation and Fibrinolysis in Health Male Volunteers
  • Lont-Term Treatment with a Prebiotic Modulates the Gut-Associated Immune System of Azoxymethane-Treated F344 Rats
  • β-Carotene Inhibits Growth of Human Colon Carcinoma Cells (HT 29) in vitro by Induction of Apoptosis
  • The Influence of Short-Chain Fatty Acids on Intracellular pH and Calcium-Concentration in the HT-29 Colon Carcinoma Cell Line
  • Effect of Short Chain Fatty Acids on Cytotoxicity, Proliferation, and Apoptosis in Human Colon Carcinoma Cell Lines
  • Investigation of the Antihormonal Potential of Xanthohumol, the Major Prenylated Flavonoid of Humulus Lupulus
  • Anthocyanidins Potently Interfere with Signalling Cascades Regulating Cell Proliferation

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Functional Food
Safety Aspects
edited by the Senate Commission on Food Safety SKLM

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