By Stef J. Koppelman, Sue L. Hefle
Allergens pose a significant hazard to shoppers, making powerful detection tools a concern for the foodstuff undefined. Bringing jointly key specialists within the box, this significant assortment stories the variety of analytical thoughts to be had and their use in detecting particular allergens corresponding to nuts, dairy and wheat items. the 1st a part of the booklet discusses proven equipment of detection corresponding to using antibodies and ELISA strategies. half 2 experiences options for specific allergens. the ultimate a part of the publication explores how detection tools should be such a lot successfully utilized and contains discussions on components that impact try functionality and allergen research from a criminal standpoint.
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