FARRP Publications 2009-2010

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2010

Crotty, M. P. and S. L. Taylor. 2010. Risks associated with foods having advisory milk labeling. J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 125:935-937.

Koppelman, S. J., R. Romijn, H. H. J. deJongh, J. A. Nordlee, S. Piersma, M. Hessing, and S. L. Taylor. 2010. Purification of parvalbumin from carp; a protocol that avoids heat-treatment. J. Food Sci. 75:T49-T56.

Taylor, S. L., D. A. Moneret-Vautrin, R. W. R. Crevel, D. Sheffield, M. Morisset, P. Dumont, B. C. Remington, and J. L. Baumert. 2010. Threshold dose for peanut: risk characterization based upon diagnostic oral challenges of a series of 286 peanut-allergic individuals. Food Chem. Toxicol. 48:814-819.

Taylor, S. L., R. W. R. Crevel, D. Sheffield, J. Kabourek, and J. Baumert. 2010. Corrigendum to "Threshold dose for peanut: risk characterization based upon published results from challenges of peanut-allergic individuals" [Food and Chemical Toxicology 47 (2009) 1198-1204]. Food Chem. Toxicol. 48:1002.

Taylor, S. L., and J. L. Baumert. 2010. Cross-contamination of foods and implications for food-allergic patients. Curr. Allergy Asthma Rpt. 10:265-270.

2009

Bidlack, W. R., D. Birt, J. Borzelleca, R. Clemens, N. Coutrelis, J. R. Coughlin, G. E. Dunaif, A. Ebert, R.Hall, J. T. Heimbach, W. Helferich, B. Magnuson, D. B. McColl, R. S. McQuate, I. Munro, B. Peterson, A. Roberts, J. Scimeca, M. Slayne, T. Trautman, R. Newsome, T. Tarver, C. Bryant, F. Shank, and S. Taylor. 2009. Expert report: making decisions about the risks of chemicals in foods with limited scientific information. Comp. Rev. Food Sci. Food Safety 8:269-303.

Dekking L, F. Koning, D. Hosek, T. D. Ondrak, S. L. Taylor, J. W. Schroeder, and M. Bauer. 2009. Intolerance of celiac disease patients to bovine milk is not due to the presence of T-cell stimulatory epitopes of gluten. Nutrition 25:122-123.

Lee, P. W., L. M. Niemann, D. M. Lambrecht, J. A. Nordlee, and S. L. Taylor. 2009. Detection of mustard, egg, milk, and gluten in salad dressing using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs). J. Food Sci. 74:T46-T50.

Madsen, C. B., S. Hattersley, J. Buck, S. M. Gendel, G. F. Houben, J. O'B. Hourihane, A. Mackie, E. N. C. Mills, P. Norhede, S. L. Taylor, and R. W. R. Crevel. 2009. Approaches to risk assessment in food allergy: report from a workshop "Developing a framework for assessing the risk from allergenic foods". Food Chem. Toxicol. 47:480-489.

Niemann, L., S. L. Taylor, and S. L. Hefle. 2009. Detection of walnut residues in foods using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. J. Food Sci. 74:T51-T57.

Peeters, K. A. B. M., S. J. Koppelman, A. H. Penninks, A. Lebens, C. A. F. M. Bruijnzeel-Koomen, S. L. Hefle, S. L. Taylor, E. Van Hoffen, and A. C. Knulst. 2009. Clinical relevance of sensitization to lupine in peanut-sensitized adults. Allergy 64:549-555.

Taylor, S. L., R. W. R. Crevel, D. Sheffield, J. Kabourek, and J. Baumert. 2009. Threshold dose for peanut: a risk assessment based upon published results from challenges of peanut-allergic individuals. Food Chem. Toxicol. 47:1198-1204.

Taylor, S. L., S. M. Gendel, G. F. Houben, and E. Julian. 2009. The key events dose-response framework: a foundation for examining variability in elicitation thresholds for food allergens. Crit. Rev. Food Sci. Nutr. 49:729-739.

Taylor, S. L., J. A. Nordlee, L. M. Niemann, and D. M. Lambrecht. 2009. Allergen immunoassays - considerations for use of naturally incurred standards. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 395:83-92.

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