DNA techniques to verify food authenticity : applications in food fraud [E-Book] / editors: Malcolm Burns, Lucy Foster, Michael Walker.
Burns, Malcolm, (editor)
Foster, Lucy, (editor) / Walker, Michael, (editor)
Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, [2020]
1 online resource (320 pages)
englisch
9781788016025
Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis ; 16
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Table of Contents:
  • The Role of DNA Analysis in the Determination of Food Authenticity
  • Forensic DNA – Criminal and Paternity Methods and Applications – How Can This Help in Verifying Food Authenticity?
  • DNA Extraction from Food Matrices
  • “DNA Techniques” Case Study: Isothermal Approaches
  • Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction (dPCR) – General Aspects and Applications
  • UK Food Authenticity Programme – The Analytical Tool Box
  • Fitness for Purpose of DNA-based Analytical Methods
  • GMO Detection and Identification Using Next-generation Sequencing
  • A Perspective on Quantitative DNA Approaches
  • DNA in Food and Feed Law
  • Harmonising DNA Methods – The GMO Story
  • Metrology of DNA Approaches
  • The Almond and Mahaleb Allergen Story – PCR Resolution of Live Incident Investigations
  • Food Fraud Prevention – Selecting the Right Test, Method, and Sampling Plan
  • Meat Speciation
  • The Horse Meat Scandal – The European Analytical Response
  • Horse Meat: Technical Appeals and Court Action
  • Durum Wheat and Pasta Authenticity
  • The Authenticity of Basmati Rice – A Case Study
  • Horse Meat: The International Collaborative Trial of the Real-time PCR Method for the Quantitation of Horse DNA
  • Standardization of DNA-based Methods for Food Authenticity Testing
  • Authentication of Chinese Traditional Medicine by DNA Analysis
  • DNA Point of Use Applications
  • Commercial DNA Testing
  • EU Food Integrity and Joining up the Landscape (EU Perspective)
  • The Food Authenticity Network
  • A Vision for the Future