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Research Projects Database

The Research Projects Database (RPD) provides current food safety research projects from both U.S. and international government, and non-government organizations.

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Recent Projects

For Colorado?s Retail Food Program Proposal to Expand Standardized Statewide DataSystem Capture of Inventory and Inspection Results in Support of the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program StandardsThe intent of this cooperative agreement…
The goal of this study is to evaluate the risk associated with colonization of the plant with Salmonella and to provide the scientific basis required to reduce plant's colonization by this pathogen through characterization of the molecular and…
We hypothesize that integration of laboratory research and extension activities will facilitate research progress and increase accomplishments. Scientific questions learned through extension activities will be addressed through laboratory research.…
Food allergy is a disease of global impact associated with life-threatening reactions, increasing prevalence,and limited options for treatment and prevention. Despite significant research advances, many remainingquestions must be addressed before…
Specific Objective #1: 1) to determine the relative sensitization potencies of salt-soluble wheat protein fractions isolated from five different wheat genotypes in this model. Based on our own preliminary data and the information in the literature…