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From industry point of view, there is a need for a) relatively cheap and easy tools for screening for allergenicity of new or modified food proteins b) early decision-making during product development and c) an improved risk assessment strategy accepted by regulatory authorities.
The new multi-disciplinary scientific network will improve strategies to predict allergenicity of novel proteins with out of the box ideas. This allows the transfer of scientific advances to European food companies to develop safe products, advice food safety authorities on better risk assessment strategies and change the public opinion on the safety of novel sustainable food.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/17 → 31/12/18|
Overview of in vivo and ex vivo endpoints in murine food allergy models: Suitable for evaluation of the sensitizing capacity of novel proteins?Castan, L., Bøgh, K. L., Maryniak, N. Z., Epstein, M., Kazemi, S., O'Mahony, L., Bodinier, M., Smit, J., Van Bilsen, J. H. M., Blanchard, C., Głogowski, R., Kozakova, H., Schwarzer, M., Noti, M., de Wit, N. J. W., Bouchaud, G. & Bastiaan-Net, S., Feb 2020, In : Allergy. 75, 2, p. 289-301
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