EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Editorial: The future of data in EFSA

No abstract available. doi:  10.2903/j.efsa.2019.e17011 Journal Number:  EFSA Journal 2019;17(1):e17011 Panel members at the time of adoption:  Stefano Cappè Mary Gilsenan Eileen O'Dea Jane Richardson Didier Verloo Adopted:  7 December 2018 Contact:  ...

Training on FoodEx2

A training was organised by the Evidence Management Unit of the European Food Safety Authority targeted to Member State representatives of the EFSA network on chemical occurrence data, project members of the EU Menu project and participants from the Food ...

Event report
26 June 2018

Human acute exposure assessment to tropane alkaloids

Tropane alkaloids (TA) are secondary metabolites occurring in several plant families, including Solanaceae. The most studied TA are (–)-hyoscyamine and (–)-scopolamine, which is in contrast to the (+)-enantiomers formed naturally. The racemic mixture of ( ...

Scientific Report
05 February 2018

Dietary exposure assessment to perchlorate in the European population

EFSA performed a human exposure assessment for perchlorate taking into account occurrence data in the EFSA database from samples taken after 1 September 2013. A data set of 18,217 analytical results provided by governmental organisations of 16 European co ...

Scientific Report
24 October 2017

Human and animal dietary exposure to T-2 and HT-2 toxin

T-2 toxin (T2) and HT-2 (HT2) toxin are trichothecenes, which form part of the group of  Fusarium mycotoxins. Food and feed samples used to estimate human dietary and animal exposure were reported either as the individual results for T2 and/or, HT2, and/o ...

Scientific Report
14 August 2017

Human and animal dietary exposure to ergot alkaloids

The ergot alkaloids (EAs) are mycotoxins produced by several species of fungi in the genus  Claviceps. In Europe,  Claviceps purpurea  is the most widespread species and it commonly affects cereals such as rye, wheat, triticale, barley, millets and oats. ...

Scientific Report
06 July 2017

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