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Food of plant origin with high water content

Food-borne diseases caused by food of non-animal origin (FoNAO) contaminated with pathogenic bacteria, viruses and parasites are a major health concern worldwide. The present study was set up as an extensive literature review aimed at evaluating biologica ...

Food of plant origin with low water content

Food-borne diseases caused by food of non-animal origin (FoNAO) contaminated with pathogenic bacteria, viruses and parasites are a major health concern worldwide. The present study was set up as an extensive literature review aimed at evaluating biologica ...

Crisis preparedness multi-annual training strategy

No abstract available Keywords:  Crisis preparedness, urgent request, urgent response, training strategy, simulation scenario doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2013.EN-388 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2011-01106 Adopted:  9 January 2013 On request from:  EFSA Type:  Exte ...

User-friendly Salmonella in pigs model

A user-friendly interface has been developed for the QMRA model for Salmonella in pigs developed under grant agreement CFP/EFSA/BIOHAZ/2007/01. Hereto, a stand-alone executable of the code has been generated in which the farm and slaughtering phase have b ...

Cattle TSE Monitoring Model (C-TSEMM)

The Cattle TSE Monitoring Model (C-TSEMM) has been developed to evaluate different Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE) monitoring regimes in cattle by estimating the trend of the current BSE epidemic within European Member States (MSs). The mode ...

Interactions in bees

Bees are important pollinators of both managed crops and wild flora. An overview of the interactions between pesticides and other factors in effects on bees considered: 1) The importance of the different exposure routes in relation to the overall exposure ...

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