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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

The immunodominant B. bovis rhoptry associated protein-1 (RAP-1) is a leading vaccine candidate that is expressed at least in B. bovis merozoites and sporozoites. The ability of the B. bovis RAP-1 to bind to the erythrocyte surface and the presence…
The objectives of our project are three folds: Objective 1: To Assess microbial quality the differences in the bacterial communities on the food products by metagenomics study, level of foodborne pathogens and prevalence of antimicrobial resistant (…
The broader impact/commercial potential of this I-Corps project is the development of inexpensive and reliable sensors to monitor multiple water quality parameters - pH, phosphate levels, and the heavy metals dissolved in water. These sensors are…
Insufficient or inadequate cleaning schedules, insufficient documentation of their implementation (logs), and lack of Standard Operating Proceduresused for cleaning and sanitizing of equipment are the most important and significant barriers to small…
Lakes around the world are experiencing the excessive growth of algae and cyanobacteria. The causes for these changes are not fully known. In many lakes, the cyanobacteria are capable of producing toxins (cyanotoxins), which can negatively affect…