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This review highlights the gaps in knowledge and methodological challenges discussed during the Experimental Biology 2019 expert panel session titled “Moving the Needle on Hypertension: What Knowledge Is Needed?”
The objectives of this study were to examine the stability of L. monocytogenes in non-fat dry milk (NFDM) during extended storage and further analyze thermal resistance of L. monocytogenes in NFDM under different water activities (aw) and its thermal stability after 1-year storage.
These proceedings highlight advances in testing strategies to reduce animal testing and the need for the development of a standardized approach for use of these alternative methodologies in food safety assessment.
The purpose of this research was to summarize the data related to lutein/zeaxanthin intake and visual outcomes in adults with healthy eyes using evidence mapping methods and to describe the research to date that would be useful in guiding future research priorities, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses.
This study highlights the potential utility of the RISK21 approach for interpretation of the ToxCast HTS data, as well as the challenges involved in integrating in vitro HTS data into safety assessments. This work was supported by the ILSI North America Food and Chemical Safety Committee 2016 Summer Fellowship.