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Research Projects Database

The Food Safety Research Information Office (FSRIO) operates the Research Projects Database RPD). The RPD tracks food safety research that is funded by FSRIO-partner agencies (identified as Funding Sources below). The funding agencies are listed in the order of funded projects. The RPD is also searchable by the Category of the funded projects and the primary Commodity group of the funded project.

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Recent Projects

1. Evaluate pathogen-host interactions, including enzyme production by host and pathogen during aflatoxin accumulation, and identify potential resistance genes for aflatoxin control. 2. Mine the diploid Arachis germplasm collections in peanut to…
In the short term, this program aims to increase the number of GAP-certified farmers in the Mileston cooperative; facilitate knowledge of and compliance with relevant FSMA requirements; increase sales through wholesale channels for participating…
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) has created the firstintegrated network of state and federal laboratories (Genome Trackr) to use whole genomesequencing to track foodborne pathogens to improve outbreak response and…

Develop novel alternatives to antimicrobials (ATA) strategies to reduce foodborne pathogenic bacteria carriage in poultry production using extracts from a unique set of ecosystems. This project will produce novel antimicrobials via organic and…

Interrogate samples with bacterial genomes and bacterial transcription productions for antimicrobial resistance (AMR) gene abundance and expression, and co-occurrence of AMR genes.