Scientific Outputs at a glance

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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    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 of EFSA
    06 July 2017

    Evaluation of data concerning the necessity of isoxaflutole as a herbicide to control a serious danger to plant health which cannot be contained by other available means, including non-chemical methods

    The European Food Safety Authority was requested by the European Commission to provide scientific assistance under Article 31 of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 regarding the evaluation of data concerning the necessity of isoxaflutole as a herbicide to contro ...

    Evaluation of data concerning the necessity of flupyrsulfuron-methyl as a herbicide to control a serious danger to plant health which cannot be contained by other available means, including non-chemical methods

    EFSA was requested by the European Commission to provide scientific assistance under Article 31 of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 regarding the evaluation of data concerning the necessity of flupyrsulfuron-methyl as a herbicide to control a serious danger to ...

    The 2015 European Union report on pesticide residues in food

    This report provides a detailed insight in the official control activities performed by EU Member States, Iceland and Norway. Overall, 97.2% of the 84,341 samples analysed in 2015 were free of quantifiable residues or contained residues within the legally ...

    Dietary exposure to Alternaria toxins

    Alternaria toxins are secondary metabolites produced by fungi that can contaminate cereals, oilseeds, fruits and vegetables. The chronic dietary exposure to four individual Alternaria toxins was estimated using 15,563 analytical results/4,249 samples (3,6 ...

    Scientific Report of EFSA
    23 December 2016

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