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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Immunochemical Approaches to Food Safety Research

Authors
item Brandon, David
item Montague Jr, William
item Binder, Ronald
item Bates, Anne
item Mandrell, Robert
item Friedman, Mendel

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: June 13, 2002
Publication Date: June 26, 2002
Citation: Brandon, D.L., Montague, W.C., Binder, R.G., Bates, A.H., Mandrell, R.E., Friedman, M. 2002. Immunochemical approaches to food safety research. Proceedings, Third Joint CSL/JIFSAN Symposium on Food Safety and Nutrition, 26-28 June 2002, York, UK. [Not Paginated]

Interpretive Summary: This poster illustrates some examples of applications of immunochemical technology to current and past food safety research at WRRC. Antibodies are versatile binding molecules, which can be used in assays to detect and minimize undesirable components of foods, such as pathogenic bacteria, toxic substances, or regulated residues and contaminants.

Technical Abstract: This poster illustrates some examples of applications of immunochemical technology to current and past food safety research at WRRC. Antibodies are versatile binding molecules which can be used in assays to detect and minimize undesirable components of foods, such as pathogenic bacteria, toxic substances, or regulated residues and contaminants.

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