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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Chris P Mattison
Food Processing and Sensory Quality Research
Research Molecular Biologist
Chris.Mattison@ars.usda.gov
Phone: (504) 286-4392
Fax: (504) 286-4419
Room 2134

BLDG 001 SRRC
1100 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD
NEW ORLEANS, LA, 70179

Projects
Reducing Peanut and Tree Nut Allergy
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 428959
Characterization and Attenuation of Cashew Nut Allergens through Improved Detection, Cultivar Selection, and Processing
Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement (N)
  Accession Number: 425874
Molecular analysis of pecan nut development
Reimbursable (R)
  Accession Number: 423914

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Identification of hydrolytic activities expressed by Aspergillus flavus grown on cotton carpel tissue - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mellon, J.E., Mattison, C.P., Grimm, C.C. 2016. Identification of hydrolytic activities expressed by Aspergillus flavus grown on cotton carpel tissue. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 94:67-74.
Heat-induced alterations in cashew allergen solubility and IgE binding - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mattison, C.P., Bren-Mattison, Y., Vant-Hull, B., Vargas, A.M., Wasserman, R.L., Grimm, C.C. 2016. Heat-induced alterations in cashew allergen solubility and IgE binding. Food and Chemical Toxicology. (3):244-251.
Treatment of cashew extracts with Aspergillopepsin reduces IgE binding to cashew allergens - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (06-Dec-15)
A. flavus-secreted proteins during an in vivo fungal-cotton carpel tissue interaction - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mellon, J.E., Mattison, C.P., Grimm, C.C. 2015. A. flavus-secreted proteins during an in vivo fungal-cotton carpel tissue interaction. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 92:38-41.
Treatment with oleic acid reduces IgE binding to peanut and cashew allergens - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chung, S., Mattison, C.P., Reed, S.S., Wasserman, R.L., Desormeaux, W.A. 2015. Binding of oleic acid reduces the allergenic properties of peanut extract and cashew allergen. Food Chemistry. 180:295-300.
Nano-encapsulation of coenzyme Q10 using octenyl succinic anhydride modified starch - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cheuk, S.Y., Shih, F.F., Champagne, E.T., Daigle, K.W., Patindol, J.A., Mattison, C.P., Boue, S.M. 2014. Nano-encapsulation of coenzyme Q10 using octenyl succinic anhydride modified starch. Food Chemistry. 17:585-590.
Induction of glutathione S-Transferase in Helicoverpa zea fed cashew flour. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mattison, C.P., Dowd, P.F., Tarver, M.R., Grimm, C.C. 2014. Induction of glutathione S-Transferase in Helicoverpa zea fed cashew flour. Entomology and Applied Science Letters. 1:60-69.
The role of Aspergillus flavus veA in the production of extracellular proteins during growth on starch substrates - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Duran, R.M., Gregersen, S., Smith, T.D., Bhetariya, P.J., Cary, J.W., Harris-Coward, P.Y., Mattison, C.P., Grimm, C.C., Calvo, A.M. 2014. The role of Aspergillus flavus veA in the production of extracellular proteins during growth on starch substrates. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 98(11):5081-5094.
Effect of oleic acid on the allergenic properties of peanut and cashew allergens - (Abstract Only)
Chung, S., Mattison, C.P., Reed, S.S., Wasserman, L., Desormeaux, W.A. 2014. Effect of oleic acid on the allergenic properties of peanut and cashew allergens. Journal of Allergy Clinical Immunology. 133(2)Supplement, AB111,387.
In vitro digestion of soluble cashew proteins and characterization of surviving IgE-reactive peptides - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mattison, C.P., Grimm, C.C., Wasserman, R.L. 2014. In vitro digestion of soluble cashew proteins and characterization of surviving IgE-reactive peptides. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. 58(4):884-93.
Effects of reduction and proteolysis on cashew allergens - (Abstract Only)
Mattison, C.P., Desormeaux, W.A., Grimm, C.C. 2013. Effects of reduction and proteolysis on cashew allergens. American Chemical Society National Meeting. 190.
Characterization of the effects of proteolysis and reduction on cashew allergens - (Abstract Only)
Mattison, C.P., Desormeaux, W.A., Grimm, C.C., Wasserman, R. 2013. Characterization of the effects of proteolysis and reduction on cashew allergens. Meeting Abstract. 133(2):AB115.
Myosin gene expression and protein abundance in different castes of the Formosan subterranean termite (Coptotermes formosanus) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tarver, M.R., Florane, C.B., Mattison, C.P., Holloway, B.A., Lax, A.R. 2012. Myosin gene expression and protein abundance in different castes of the Formosan subterranean termite (Coptotermes formosanus). Insects. 3:1190-1199.
Temporal expression of pecan allergens during nut development - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mattison, C.P., Tarver, M.R., Florane, C.B., Graham, C.J. 2013. Temporal expression of pecan allergens during nut development. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology. 88-2:173-178.
Screening of multiple potential control genes for use in caste and body region comparisons using RT-qPCR in Coptotermes formosanus - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tarver, M.R., Mattison, C.P., Florane, C.B., Hinchliffe, D.J., Zhang, D., Lax, A.R. 2012. Screening of multiple potential control genes for use in caste and body region comparisons using RT-qPCR in Coptotermes formosanus. Sociobiology. 59(1):81-96.
Preventing Food Allergies by Tricking Dendritic Cells - (Review Article)
Mattison, C.P. 2015. Preventing Food Allergies by Tricking Dendritic Cells. Nature Education. 8(3):10.
Identification of Maillard reaction induced chemical modifications on Ara h 1 - (Abstract Only)
Mattison, C.P., Grimm, C.C., Desormeaux, W.A., Ruan, S., Tarver, M.R., Hurlburt, B.K., Cheng, H., Maleki, S.J. 2012. Identification of Maillard reaction induced chemical modifications on Ara h 1. Abstract presented at Allergy and Immunology Meeting American Academy.
Identification of anti-malondialdehyde reactive bands in cashew extracts - (Research Notes)
Mattison, C.P., Tarver, M.R., Desormeaux, W.A. 2011. Identification of anti-malondialdehyde reactive bands in cashew extracts. Internet Web Page. AB CAM Website.
Low molecular weight anti-carboxymethyl lysine reactive bands in cashew extracts - (Research Notes)
Mattison, C.P., Tarver, M.R., Desormeaux, W.A. 2011. Low molecular weight anti-carboxymethyl lysine reactive bands in cashew extracts. Internet Web Page. AB CAM Website.
Cross-reactivity of termite myosin; a potential allergen - (Research Notes)
Mattison, C.P., Tarver, M.R., Florane, C.B. 2011. Cross-reactivity of termite myosin; a potential allergen. AB CAM Internet Web Page.
Structural and immunologic characterization of Ara h 1 – a major peanut allergen - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Chruszcz, M., Maleki, S.J., Majorek, K.A., Demas, M., Bublin, M., Solberg, R., Hurlburt, B.K., Ruan, S., Mattison, C.P., Breiteneder, H. 2011. Structural and immunologic characterization of Ara h 1 – a major peanut allergen. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 286(51):44294.
Mip1 associates with both the Mps1 kinase and actin and is required for cell cortex stability and anaphase spindle positioning - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Mattison, C.P., Winey, M., Stumpf, J., Wordeman, L. 2011. Mip1 associates with both the Mps1 kinase and actin and is required for cell cortex stability and anaphase spindle positioning. Cell Cycle. 10(5):783-93.
Mip1 associates with both the Mps1 kinase and actin and is required for cell cortex stability and anaphase spindle positioning - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Winey, M., Mattison, C.P., Stumpff, J., Wordeman, L. 2011. Mip1 associates with both the Mps1 kinase and actin and is required for cell cortex stability and anaphase spindle positioning. Journal of Cell Science. 10:5.
Molecular characterization of Ara h 1 before and after thermal processing. - (Abstract Only)
Mattison, C.P., Grimm, C.C., Wei, .H. 2011. Molecular characterization of Ara h 1 before and after thermal processing. Poster presented at Allergy and Immunology Meeting American Academy.
Last Modified: 6/29/2016
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