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Risks associated with tilletia indica, the newlylisted eu quarantine pathogen, the cause of karnal bunt of wheat
ID: QLK5-CT-1999-01554
Start date: 2000-02-01, End date: 2004-08-31
This project will determine risks posed to eu wheat by tilletia indica, the cause of karnal bunt. T. Indica does not occur in europe but is intercepted on wheat imports. It threatens wheat quality, yield and exports. Legislation to protect eu wheat was enforced by the ec in 19...
Programme: FP5-LIFE QUALITY
Record Number: 52117
Last updated on: 2005-04-12
Functional assessment of interactions between the human gut microbiota and the host.
ID: QLK1-CT-2001-00135
Start date: 2002-01-01, End date: 2005-12-31
The aim is to identify the effects of dietary modulation of the human gastrointestinal to. The influence of live microbial feed supplements (robotics), dietary carbohydrates known to have a selective metabolism (robotics), and a combination of these two approaches (symbiotic) ...
Programme: FP5-LIFE QUALITY
Record Number: 64469
Last updated on: 2005-04-12
Optimisation of safe food processing methods based on accurate characterisation of bacterial lag time using analysis of variance techniques
ID: QLK1-CT-2001-01145
Start date: 2002-01-01, End date: 2004-12-31
This project aims to develop and validate a novel quantitative method, based on Analysis of Variance techniques, to give an improved prediction of bacterial lag time and growth in food. This would allow the optimisation of food processing methods, to ensure microbiological saf...
Programme: FP5-LIFE QUALITY
Record Number: 64495
Last updated on: 2005-04-12
Probiotic strains with designed health properties
ID: QLK1-CT-2000-00146
Start date: 2001-02-01, End date: 2004-01-31
The Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) is well known for their extensive use in the preparation of fermented food products. In addition, the potential health benefit they may exert in humans has been intensively investigated during the last century. However, the mechanisms underlying ...
Programme: FP5-LIFE QUALITY
Record Number: 54622
Last updated on: 2005-04-12
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