FOODS 27/10/21 Aptamer-Based Fluorescent Biosensor for the Rapid and Sensitive Detection of Allergens in Food Matrices. Food allergies have seriously affected the life quality of some people and even endangered their lives.
At present, there is still no effective cure for food allergies. Avoiding the intake of allergenic food is still the most effective way to prevent allergic diseases. Therefore, it is necessary to develop rapid, accurate, sensitive, and reliable analysis methods to detect food allergens from different sources. Aptamers are oligonucleotide sequences that can bind to a variety of targets with high specificity and selectivity, and they are often combined with different transduction technologies, thereby constructing various types of aptamer sensors. COMPREHENSIVE REVIEWS IN FOOD SCIENCE AND FOOD SAFETY 15/10/21 Enzymatic crosslinking and food allergenicity: A comprehensive review. FOODS 03/09/21 Alliance with the School Personnel Is Crucial for the Management of Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis in School Children.
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FOODS 18/08/20 Proteomics-Based Methodologies for the Detection and Quantification of Seafood Allergens. Seafood is considered one of the main food allergen sources by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
It comprises several distinct groups of edible aquatic animals, including fish and shellfish, such as crustacean and mollusks. Recently, the EFSA recognized the high risk of food allergy over the world and established the necessity of developing new methodologies for its control. Consequently, accurate, sensitive, and fast detection methods for seafood allergy control and detection in food products are highly recommended. NATURE 02/12/20 How blockchain and genetic engineering could make food safer for people with allergies. Even though most people have no allergic response to food, many of us know someone who does.
Clearly, labelling food products with the allergens they contain is important, and that information needs to be accurate, easy to understand and used appropriately. People with a severe food allergy, and their families and friends, can then make informed choices to safeguard their health. But how informative are precautionary labels that say ‘may contain nut traces’ or ‘made in a premises where nuts are used’? A 2015 survey found that 36% of consumers thought that a ‘may contain’ label meant the product would actually contain the allergen. In September last year, the UK government introduced new labelling regulations for pre-packaged food in response to the death of teenager Natasha Ednan-Laperouse (see go.nature.com/2e91xs9).
In the United Kingdom, ‘may contain’ labelling is voluntary. The first is blockchain. Managing the risks associated with allergy is a complex task. PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY 14/05/15 Thèse en ligne: Combining systems methodologies to reduce Allergen-Related Food Recalls. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY - 2017 - Thèse en ligne : Pilot study: Evaluating the risk of allergen cross-contact in ice cream scoop shop Dipper Wells.
CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY 20/12/06 Inverse association of farm milk consumption with asthma and allergy in rural and suburban populations across Europe. Introduction The role of dietary factors in the development of asthma and atopy is still controversial.
It has been postulated that the decrease in vegetable consumption and a shift from animal to vegetable fats has contributed to the increase in asthma and allergic diseases over the last decades [1, 2]. Several studies reported positive associations between elevated margarine consumption and childhood atopy risk [3, 4], while studies in rural environments reported an inverse association between consumption of farm‐produced dairy products such as yogurt and farm milk and the prevalence of atopy [5-8], allergic rhinitis [5, 8, 9], asthma , and atopic dermatitis [8, 9]. However, in a Finnish study among farm and non‐farm children, no effect of dairy product consumption and atopy was observed, but regular intake of fresh vegetables, predominantly when grown in the own garden, significantly reduced the risk of atopic sensitization .
Methods Study population. LANCET - 2001 - Exposure to farming in early life and development of asthma and allergy: a cross-sectional survey. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ALLERGY 11/12/02 Farm residence and exposures and the risk of allergic diseases in New Zealand children. CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY 20/12/01 Crete: does farming explain urban and rural differences in atopy?
Arq. Gastroenterol. vol.55 no.4 São Paulo Oct./Dec. 2018 IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME, FOOD INTOLERANCE AND NON- CELIAC GLUTEN SENSITIVITY. A NEW CLINICAL CHALLENGE. MEDICINA 18/08/19 Component-Resolved Diagnosis in Food Allergies. Children 2018, 5(2), 14; The Value of Food Allergy Prevention in Clinical Practice in Pediatrics: Targeting Early Life. Food allergies are common and increasing in prevalence, representing a major health concern in many countries around the world.
In the United States, approximately 4–8% of children are affected, with the prevalence of food allergy being highest in infants and toddlers, the ‘eight major allergenic foods’ in childhood being milk, egg, peanut, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, wheat and soy . FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE - OCT/NOV 2017 - Au sommaire notamment: Putting Together an Effective Allergen Control Plan. Biosensors (Basel). 2016 Jun; 6(2): 24. Rapid Detection of Food Allergens by Microfluidics ELISA-Based Optical Sensor. Allergology International Available online 9 December 2016 Food allergy to millet and cross-reactivity with rice, corn and other cereals. PLOS 25/05/16 Consumer Preferences for Written and Oral Information about Allergens When Eating Out. Abstract Background Avoiding food allergens when eating outside the home presents particular difficulties for food allergic (FA) and intolerant (FI) consumers and a lack of allergen information in restaurants and takeaways causes unnecessary restrictions.
Across Europe, legislation effective from December 2014, aims to improve allergen information by requiring providers of non-prepacked foods to supply information related to allergen content within their foods. Methods Using in-depth interviews with 60 FA/FI adults and 15 parents/carers of FA/FI children, we aimed to identify FA/FI consumers’ preferences for written and/or verbal allergen information when eating out or ordering takeaway food. FOOD CHEMISTRY - 2013 - High resolution TaqMan real-time PCR approach to detect hazelnut DNA encoding for ITS rDNA in foods. Clin Transl Allergy. 2013; 3: 41. Nutritional behavior and attitudes in food allergic children and their mothers. World Allergy Organ J. 2013; 6(1): 21. A global survey of changing patterns of food allergy burden in children.
Hippokratia 2011; 15 (3): 216-222 Dietary interventions for primary allergy prevention in infants. Hippokratia 2011; 15 (3): 216-222 A. Mavroudi, I. Xinias Abstract Allergy prevention remains a vexing problem. World Allergy Organization Journal 2014, 7:10 Precautionary labelling of foods for allergen content: are we ready for a global framework? FOOD QUALITY - DEC 2014 - Confusion Surrounding Allergen Labeling. According to recent data, up to 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies—affecting 1 in every 13 children under the age of 18 and bringing the economic cost of children’s food allergies alone to an estimated $25 billion per year. Food allergies among children increased approximately 50 percent between 1997 and 2011 while hospital admissions for severe reactions in children in Europe have risen seven-fold over the past decade.
In a world survey conducted by the World Allergy Organization, the British Society for Allergy and Immunology reported that 25 percent of the adult and 25 percent of the childhood population in the U.K. suffer from one or more allergic diseases; however, the overall prevalence of allergic disease in the U.K.’s general population has remained stable over the past 10 years. ASIA PACIFIC ALLERGY 17/03/13 What’s new in the diagnosis and management of food allergy in children? FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE 07/04/15 Undeclared Allergens Account for Over Half of Q1 Food Recalls.
FSM eDigest | April 7, 2015 By Tiffany Maberry World Health Day is observed annually, but this year hits especially close to home for all of us here at Food Safety Magazine. That’s because on this day--April 7, 2015--the World Health Organization (WHO) is advocating for food safety, calling on producers, policy makers and consumers to promote food safety today and every day. FOOD QUALITY - DEC 2014 - Crustacean Residues in Foodstuffs.
Nowadays, seafood plays a very important role in human nutrition worldwide. It is among the major foods consumed globally, mainly due to a large movement towards healthier eating. International trade in seafood and new seafood products is growing rapidly and there are more and more reports of adverse reactions in the population consuming seafood. The generic term “crustaceans” includes all arthropodic aquatic animals, with six major subgroups and 44,000 species. Hidden crustacean proteins in food represent a critical problem for people with crustacean allergies. Sufferers have to avoid the consumption of food containing crustaceans very strictly. FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE – DEC 2014 - Allergen Management: Challenges and Trends.
Cover Story | December 2014/January 2015 By Food Safety Magazine The 2014 Global Food Safety Conference (GFSC) in Anaheim, CA, featured a session sponsored by SGS United Kingdom Ltd. on allergen management as an integral part of a safe food supply chain, which was followed by the dissemination of a white paper summarizing the results of an industrywide survey on current allergen management practices across the food supply chain. The findings prompted a number of questions that Food Safety Magazine (FSM) presented to a distinguished panel of industry experts aimed at identifying the key elements of an effective allergen control plan as well as building awareness, and sharing and promoting best practices to help direct the food supply chain to consistently and effectively implement best practices for allergen management (see “Allergen Management and the VITAL® Tool”) .
The panel included Joseph Scimeca, Ph.D., vice president, global regulatory and scientific affairs, Cargill; R. 2. J Asthma Allergy. 2014; 7: 141–164. Diagnosis and management of food allergies: new and emerging options: a systematic review. JOURNAL OF ALLERGY - 2012 - Demographic Predictors of Peanut, Tree Nut, Fish, Shellfish, and Sesame Allergy in Canada. J ALLERGY CLIN IMMUNOL - 2010 - A population-based study of peanut, tree nut, fish, shellfish, and sesame allergy prevalence in Canada. MINISTRY FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRIES (NZ) - JUNE 2013 - Eating safely when you have food allergies. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 26/0912 Présentation : Food Allergens: Concepts, Controls and Risk Management. Tropical Biomedicine 22(2): 171–177 (2005) Identification of major allergens of two species of local snappers: Lutjanus argentim. INTECH 14/03/12. Edited by Celso Pereira, ISBN 978-953-51-0227-4, 554 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published March 14, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 licenseDOI: 10.5772/1441 The present Edition "Allergic diseases - highlights in the clinic, mechanisms and treatment" aims to present some recent aspects related to one of the most prevalent daily clinical expression disease.
The effort of a group of outstanding experts from many countries reflects a set of scientific studies very promising for a better clinical care and also to the treatment and control of the allergy. This book provides a valuable reference text in several topics of the clinical allergy and basic issues related to the immune system response. The inflammatory reaction understanding in allergic disease is clearly evidenced, as well as new strategies for further researches.
ALLERGOLOGIA ET IMMUNOPATHOLOGIA - 2009 - Vinegar decreases allergenic response in lentil and egg food allergy. Vassilopoulou et al. Clinical and Translational Allergy 2011, 1:10 Risk of allergic reactions to wine, in milk, egg and fish-all. FOOD QUALITY - NOV 2011 - Get a Handle on AllergensA range of detailed regulations outlines proper procedures to combat the most. J. Pediatr. (Rio J.) vol.83 no.1 Porto Alegre Jan./Feb. 2007 Food allergy: a practical update from the gastroenterological viewp. Food allergy: a practical update from the gastroenterological viewpoint Cristina Targa FerreiraI; Ernest SeidmanII IGastroenterologista e endoscopista pediátrica. Mestre, Fundação Faculdade Federal de Ciências Médicas de Porto Alegre (FFFCMPA), Porto Alegre, RS. Doutora, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil IICanada Research Chair, Immune-Mediated Gastrointestinal Disorders, Division of Gastroenterology, Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America - Information About Asthma, Allergies, Food Allergies and More! Food allergy. Allergies - Allergy Facts - Allergy Symptoms. Jornal de Pediatria - Food allergy: a practical update from the gastroenterological viewpoint. FOOD CONTROL - 2013 - Food allergy knowledge, attitudes, practices, and training of foodservice workers at a university foodservice operation in the Midwestern United States.