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A new human model has been elaborated which allows to study the fate of lipid soluble components (LSC) of foods in the upper human gastrointestinal tract. This model allows one to follow the transfer of LSC from the food matrix to the fat phase, or the aqueous phase, of the me...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 27136
Last updated on: 2003-11-21
The TNO “simple” in vivo method to study bioavailability of carotenoids comprises measurement of the postprandial responses of carotenoids in the triacylglycerol rich lipoprotein (TRL) fraction of plasma. An optimised protocol was established to maximise sensitivity and to ena...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 27137
Last updated on: 2003-01-17
ID: FAIR984140
Anfangsdatum: 1999-01-04, Enddatum: 2002-05-03
1. To promote natural biological, physical and low-chemical control strategies for fungal pathogens. Alternatives to methyl bromide and the reduction of fungicide use in European strawberry cropping systems by developing natural biological, physical and low-chemical control st...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 48280
Last updated on: 1999-06-04
ID: FAIR961896
Anfangsdatum: 1997-01-01, Enddatum: 2000-12-31
This RTD project comprises a multidisciplinary, integrated approach to obtain transgenic crops for the production of novel, tailor-made fructans with a wide range of applications in food and non-food industries.
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 36137
Last updated on: 1997-04-17
ID: FAIR984318
Anfangsdatum: 1999-01-01, Enddatum: 2001-12-31
Food packaging regulations in Europe require that the packaging materials must n ot cause mass transfer (migration) of harmful substances to the food. Considerab le scientific progress has been made in understanding and modelling the transfer of adventitious hazardous substanc...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 48284
Last updated on: 1999-06-04
ID: FAIR973566
Anfangsdatum: 1998-04-01, Enddatum: 2001-03-31
Densely populated livestock areas have developed because they have considerable economic advantages. Their development give rise, however, to an increased risk for the introduction and further spread of notifiable animal diseases. Epidemics in recent years (e.g. Classical Swin...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 48072
Last updated on: 1999-06-03
ID: FAIR961904
Anfangsdatum: 1996-12-01, Enddatum: 1999-11-30
This proposal seeks support for the continuation of an on-going concerted action funded for two years under the AIR programme (project AIR3-CT94-2299) with the objective of disseminating the results of European Commission (EC) research projects in the area of non-food use of a...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 36139
Last updated on: 1997-04-17
ID: FAIR950572
Anfangsdatum: 1995-12-01, Enddatum: 1997-11-30
Altered lifestyles in Western populations triggered a growing awareness that diet related health implications could be prevented by so called 'functional foods'. This term has induced much confusion by the fact that in principle all foods are 'functional'. Consequently the t...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 34926
Last updated on: 1997-01-07
Colonization resistance is defined as the mechanism by which bacterial strains belonging to the normal flora in the intestine are capable of preventing implantation (ie they form a barrier) of pathogenic bacteria. The project studies: the barrier mechanism; the mechanism by wh...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 21448
Last updated on: 1998-09-30
ID: FAIR950433
Anfangsdatum: 1995-12-01, Enddatum: 1998-11-30
Gut microbial microflora is composed of more than 1014 bacteria representing more than 200 species. It comprises both endogenous (resident) and exogenous (transiting) bacteria, which in healthy humans are kept under tight equilibrium. The participants 1 and 5 have developed ...
Programme: FP4-FAIR
Record Number: 31192
Last updated on: 1996-04-03
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