Thursday, December 12, 2013
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Analysis of Acharicides in Honey
Analysis of Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid and Benzoic Acid in Orange Juic
Analysis of Fat-Soluble Vitamins from Food Matrix for Nutrition Labeli
Analysis of Fatty Acids in Infant Formulas Using a JW HP88 Capillary G
Analysis of Fruit Juice Adulterated with Medium Invert Sugar from Beet
Dionex - Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific
Analysis of Natural and Artificial Vanilla Preparations
Can LC-MS/MS Be Used in Horse Meat Detection?
Determination of Antioxidant potential using an Oxygen Radical Absorba
Determination of Mono-, Di-, and Triphosphates and Citrate in Shrimp b
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Programs Monitor, Investigate Breaking Cases of Foodborne Illness
After a Connecticut man in his mid-60s died from a foodborne infection, a public health team specializing in such cases helped uncover the likely source.
Determination of Cyanogenic Compounds in Edible Plants by Ion Chromatography
Ion chromatography following acid hydrolysis was employed to prevent thiocyanate interference of the colorimetric methods.
Why Are Chili Peppers So Hot?
3D structure of heat and pain receptor solved to near-atomic resolution.
More than Bread and Beer: the National Collection of Yeast Cultures
Yeasts are one of the earliest, if not the earliest, biological tools used by people.
DNA Sequencing Lifts Veil on Wine’s Microbial Terroir
It’s widely accepted that terroir — the unique blend of a vineyard’s soils, water and climate — sculpts the flavor and quality of wine.
Dying from a Food Allergy is Less Likely than Being Murdered
The study is published in Clinical and Experimental Allergy.
Dying From Food Allergy Less Likely than being Murdered
A person with a food allergy is more likely to be murdered than to die from a severe reaction, according to a new study.
Crop Plants – "Green Factories" for Fish Oils
Rothamsted Research scientists develop Camelina sativa plants that accumulate high levels of Omega-3 oils EPA and DHA in their seeds.
Plant Ageing Gene Key to Food Supply
Controlling the life-cycle of plants could be the solution to increasing food production as population exceeds nine billion by 2050.
Grapevine Virus Screening Saves Napa-Sonoma $60M
Providing disease-free grapevines and rootstock to California’s famed North Coast wine region is money-wise to the tune of more than $60 million annually.
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