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1 A risk assessment approach for food-borne Bacillus cereus and its toxins
article 1998    
Author: Notermans, S. · Batt, C.A.
Keywords: Nutrition · Bacterial toxin · Virulence factor · Bacillus cereus · Bacterial virulence · Conference paper · Food contamination · Food poisoning · Food storage · Human · Nonhuman · Risk assessment · Symposium · Toxicity and intoxication · Bacillus cereus

2 Safety evaluation of natural flavour complexes
article 2004    
Author: Smith, R.L. · Adams, T.B. · Cohen, S.M. · Doull, J. · Feron, V.J. · Goodman, J.I. · Hall, R.L. · Marnett, L.J. · Portoghese, P.S. · Waddell, W.J. · Wagner, B.M.
Keywords: Toxicology Chemistry · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · Mixtures · Natural flavour complexes · Safety evaluation · acetic acid · aliphatic compound · citral · flavoring agent · geraniol · hydrocarbon · limonene · linalool · myrcene · oil · sabinene · terpene derivative · terpin hydrate · biosafety · botany · cardamom · chemical composition · chemical modification · complex formation · conference paper · correlation analysis · data analysis · diet · experience · extract · food intake · food poisoning · intermethod comparison · phase separation · priority journal · purification · structure activity relation · structure analysis · system analysis · technique · toxicity · toxicity testing · toxicology · Animals · Biological Factors · Complex Mixtures · Elettaria · Flavoring Agents · Humans · Plant Oils
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3 Evaluation of the toxicity of concentrated barley β-glucan in a 28-day feeding study in Wistar rats
article 2003    
Author: Delaney, B. · Carlson, T. · Frazer, S. · Zheng, T. · Hess, R. · Ostergren, K. · Kierzek, K. · Haworth, J. · Knutson, N. · Junker, K. · Jonker, D.
Keywords: Toxicology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · β-Glucan · Barley · Lymphocytes · Soluble fiber · beta glucan · cholesterol · animal experiment · animal model · animal tissue · article · barley · blood clotting · cholesterol blood level · clinical chemistry · controlled study · erythrocyte · feeding · female · fluid intake · food intake · food poisoning · growth · male · nonhuman · organ weight · rat · sex difference · stomach emptying · Animal Feed · Animals · Behavior, Animal · Blood Chemical Analysis · Body Weight · Diet · Dietary Fiber · Drinking · Eating · Erythrocyte Count · Female · Glucans · Hordeum · Leukocyte Count · Male · Nervous System Diseases · Organ Size · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Animalia · Avena · Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare · Rattus norvegicus · Rodentia
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4 An analysis of the possibility for health implications of joint actions and interactions between food additives
article 2000    
Author: Groten, J.P. · Butler, W. · Feron, V.J. · Kozianowski, G. · Renwick, A.G. · Walker, R.
Keywords: ADIs · Food additives · Interactions · Joint actions · Risk assessment · alginic acid propylene glycol ester · amaranth · aspartame · butylated hydroxyanisole · citric acid triethyl ester · curcumin · food additive · gallic acid propyl ester · macrogol stearate · methenamine · natamycin · nitrate · polyoxyethylene · polysorbate · sorbitan ester · stannous chloride · sucrose acetate isobutyrate · sulfite · sulfur dioxide · sunset yellow · tartrazine · tiabendazole · adrenal disease · article · bladder disease · blood toxicity · drug mechanism · evaluation · food poisoning · food safety · gastrointestinal toxicity · human · liver toxicity · nephrotoxicity · nonhuman · priority journal · risk assessment · target organ · toxicokinetics · Drug Interactions · European Union · Food Additives · Humans · Legislation, Food · Amaranthus caudatus · Animalia
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5 Evaluation of a subchronic (13-week) oral toxicity study, preceded by an in utero exposure phase, with arachidonic acid oil derived from Mortierella alpina in rats
article 2000    
Author: Hempenius, R.A. · Lina, B.A.R. · Haggitt, R.C.
Keywords: Arachidonic acid oil · Clinical chemistry · Haematology · Histopathology · Organ weights · Rat · Reproductive indices · Safety · alkaline phosphatase · arachidonic acid · cholesterol · corn oil · creatinine · docosahexaenoic acid · fat droplet · oil · phospholipid · triacylglycerol · urea · animal experiment · article · cell vacuole · controlled study · enzyme activity · fertility · food intake · food poisoning · food safety · histopathology · lactation · lipid composition · lipogranuloma · mating · Mortierella alpina · neurotoxicity · nonhuman · organ weight · pregnancy · prenatal exposure · rat · toxicity testing · weaning · weight gain · Administration, Oral · Animals · Arachidonic Acids · Body Weight · Docosahexaenoic Acids · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Female · Fermentation · Fish Oils · Humans · Infant Food · Infant Nutrition Physiology · Infant, Newborn · Liver · Male · Mortierella · Mutagenicity Tests · Pregnancy · Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Reproduction · Animalia · Ara · Fungi · Mortierella alpina · Rodentia · Zea mays
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6 The FEMA GRAS assessment of benzyl derivatives used as flavor ingredients
article 2005    
Author: Adams, T.B. · Cohen, S.M. · Doull, J. · Feron, V.J. · Goodman, J.I. · Marnett, L.J. · Munro, I.C. · Portoghese, P.S. · Smith, R.L. · Waddell, W.J. · Wagner, B.M.
Keywords: Nutrition Toxicology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Benzyl derivatives · FEMA GRAS · Flavoring ingredients · 2,4 dimethylbenzaldehyde · benzaldehyde · benzaldehyde derivative · benzoic acid · benzoic acid derivative · benzyl acetate · benzyl alcohol derivative · benzyl benzoate · benzyl butyrate · benzyl derivative · ester derivative · flavoring agent · glyceryl tribenzoate · propylene glycol dibenzoate · unclassified drug · absorption · acute toxicity · carcinogenicity · chemical structure · chronic toxicity · concentration (parameters) · data analysis · detoxification · evaluation · excretion · experimental test · exposure · flavor · food analysis · food composition · food intake · food poisoning · food safety · genotoxicity · health care organization · human · hydrolysis · in vitro study · in vivo study · information · metabolism · mortality · mutagenesis · nonhuman · reproduction · review · risk assessment · science · structure analysis · teratology · toxicity · Animals · Benzaldehydes · Benzoic Acid · Benzyl Alcohol · Flavoring Agents · Food Industry · Humans · Toxicity Tests · United States · United States Food and Drug Administration · Animalia
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7 The FEMA GRAS assessment of phenethyl alcohol, aldehyde, acid, and related acetals and esters used as flavor ingredients
article 2005    
Author: Adams, T.B. · Cohen, S.M. · Doull, J. · Feron, V.J. · Goodman, J.I. · Marnett, L.J. · Munro, I.C. · Portoghese, P.S. · Smith, R.L. · Waddell, W.J. · Wagner, B.M.
Keywords: Nutrition Toxicology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · FEMA GRAS · Flavoring ingredients · PEA · acetal derivative · acid · aldehyde · ester derivative · ethyl(4 tolyloxy)acetate · flavoring agent · isopropylphenylacetaldehyde · phenethyl alcohol · phenethyl phenylacetate · phenethyl senecioate · phenoxyacetic acid · phenoxyacetic acid derivative · phenoxyethyl alcohol · phenylacetic acid · sodium 2 (4 methoxyphenoxy)propanoate · unclassified drug · absorption · carcinogenicity · chemical analysis · chemical structure · data analysis · detoxification · evaluation · excretion · exposure · flavor · food analysis · food composition · food intake · food poisoning · food safety · genotoxicity · health care organization · human · hydrolysis · in vitro study · in vivo study · information · metabolism · mutagenesis · nonhuman · review · risk assessment · science · structure analysis · toxicity · Acetaldehyde · Acetals · Animals · Esters · Flavoring Agents · Food Industry · Humans · Phenylacetates · Phenylethyl Alcohol · Toxicity Tests · United States · United States Food and Drug Administration · Animalia
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8 Transcriptome analysis provides new insights into liver changes induced in the rat upon dietary administration of the food additives butylated hydroxytoluene, curcumin, propyl gallate and thiabendazole
article 2008    
Author: Stierum, R. · Conesa, A. · Heijne, W. · Ommen, B.v. · Junker, K. · Scott, M.P. · Price, R.J. · Meredith, C. · Lake, B.G. · Groten, J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Butylated hydroxytoluene · Curcumin · Drug metabolism · Mixtures · p53 · Peroxisome proliferation · Propyl gallate · Rat · Thiabendazole · Toxicogenomics · butylcresol · complementary DNA · curcumin · cyanide · cytochrome P450 · cytochrome P450 2B1 · cytochrome P450 2B2 · cytochrome P450 2C6 · cytochrome p450 3a9 · cytochrome p450 4a3 · enoyl coenzyme A hydratase · enzyme · gallic acid propyl ester · glutathione transferase · growth arrest and DNA damage inducible protein 45 · palmitoyl coenzyme A · phytanoyl coenzyme a dioxygenase · protein kinase C beta · protein p53 · RNA · serum albumin · tiabendazole · transcriptome · animal tissue · article · controlled study · diet · DNA microarray · food poisoning · gene expression · gene expression profiling · liver · male · metabolism · nonhuman · nucleotide sequence · rat · real time polymerase chain reaction · Western blotting · Animals · Aryl Hydrocarbon Hydroxylases · Body Weight · Butylated Hydroxytoluene · Curcumin · Cytochrome P-450 CYP1A2 · Cytochrome P-450 CYP2B1 · Data Interpretation, Statistical · Diet · DNA, Complementary · Food Additives · Gene Expression · Gene Expression Profiling · Glutathione Transferase · Liver · Male · Organ Size · Oxidation-Reduction · Palmitoyl Coenzyme A · Propyl Gallate · Rats · Rats, Sprague-Dawley · Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction · Steroid Hydroxylases · Thiabendazole · Rattus
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