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Research Publications (Food Safety)

The Food Safety Publications tracks research that is published across national and international peer-reviewed journals. Recent articles are available ahead of print and searchable by Journal, Article Title, and Category. The research publications are tracked across six categories: Bacterial Pathogens, Chemical Contaminants, Natural Toxins, Parasites, Produce Safety, and Viruses. Articles produced by USDA Grant Funding Agencies and FDA Grant Funding Agencies are also tracked.

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  1. An Improved Stir Fabric-Phase Sorptive Extraction Combined with Ultra-High-Performance Liquid Chromatography–Tandem Mass Spectrometry Analysis for the Determination of 48 Pesticide Residues in Vegetable Samples

    • Wed, 01/12/2022 - 22:17
    • Food Analytical Methods
    • Fabric-phase sorptive extraction (FPSE) coats organic–inorganic hybrid sorbent materials onto flexible and hydrophilic fabrics through sol–gel sorbent-coating technology. Herein, we explored four different coating chemistries, including those of nonpolar sol–gel poly(dimethylsiloxane), medium polar sol–gel poly(tetrahydrofuran), and polar sol–gel poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)–block-poly(propylene glycol)–PEG, and sol–gel PEG.

      • Chemical contaminants
      • Pesticide residues
      • Produce Safety
      • Ethylene Sensitive
  2. An Improved Stir Fabric-Phase Sorptive Extraction Combined with Ultra-High-Performance Liquid Chromatography–Tandem Mass Spectrometry Analysis for the Determination of 48 Pesticide Residues in Vegetable Samples

    • Sat, 12/04/2021 - 02:01
    • Food Analytical Methods
    • Fabric-phase sorptive extraction (FPSE) coats organic–inorganic hybrid sorbent materials onto flexible and hydrophilic fabrics through sol–gel sorbent-coating technology. Herein, we explored four different coating chemistries, including those of nonpolar sol–gel poly(dimethylsiloxane), medium polar sol–gel poly(tetrahydrofuran), and polar sol–gel poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)–block-poly(propylene glycol)–PEG, and sol–gel PEG.

      • Pesticide residues
      • Chemical contaminants
      • Produce Safety
      • Ethylene Sensitive