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01 / 2005 - unknown
The Graduate School VLAG (WUR)
Prof.dr.ir. M.H. Zwietering
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VLAG3-C Core programme C. Food safety
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PBK and PBD models to characterize dose-dependent effects indetoxification and DNA binding of Î±,Î²-unsaturated aldehydes.
PBK and PBD models to characterize dose-dependent effects indetoxification and DNA binding of a,Ã?-unsaturated aldehydes.
New PBBK- and PBTD-modelling based concepts fo low-dose cancer riskextrapolation for alkenylbenzenes aiming at better risk assessment ofthese carcinogenic natural food ingredients.
The influence of phase II conjugation and deconjugation in thebiological activity of cocoa flavonoids.
Impact water matrix on effect and side effect of UV/H2O2 treatment.
Flavonoids as bioactive ingredients against cardiovascular diseases: a risk-benefit evaluation.
Toxicogenomics-based in vitro alternatives of thyroid hormone disruption tests.
Healthy ageing: Development of new therapeutic strategies and functional (food) ingredients for treatment and prevention of diabetestype 2.
The role of ERÎ± and ERÃ? in the risk benefit analysis of mixturesof estrogens; Effect of differential ER expression on cell proliferation and apoptosis.
Development of in vitro reporter gene bioassays for detection of beneficial health effects of functional foods.
Matrix mediated modulation of the toxicity of alkylalkoxy benzenes.
Toxicogenomics-based in vitro alternatives for the uterotrophicassay.
Cacao: Post-harvest technology. A contribution to the improvement of processed beans quality in the Island of Sao Tome
Risk assessment of Listeria monocytogenes in cooked meat products
Toxicology (plants, invertebrates)
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