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Regulatory Toxicology Studies

Start date
2000
End date
2000
Objective
New efforts are being initiated in the areas of (1) developmental toxicity (e.g., blue cohosh); (2) immunotoxicity (e.g., develop hypersensitive rat model for allergens [to be integrated into food allergen research plan]; and(3) neurotoxicity (e.g., peak x in dietary supplements containing 5-HT).
Funding Source
Center For Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
Project number
46377
Categories
Sanitation and Quality Standards
Food Allergens