Seafood Allergies - Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

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Latest Publications and Research on Seafood Allergies

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed


Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

Front Chem    

Ion-Exchange Chromatography Coupled With Dynamic Coating Capillary Electrophoresis for Simultaneous Determination of Tropomyosin and Arginine Kinase in Shellfish.

Fu L, Zhou J, Wang C, Li X, Zheng L, Wang Y

Tropomyosin (TM) and arginine kinase (AK) are known as two major allergens in seafood. For the first time, we demonstrate a newly developed ion-exchan... Read More

Source: PubMed

Materials (Basel)    

Bacteriostatic Effect of a Calcined Waste Clamshell-Activated Plastic Film for Food Packaging.

Kao CY, Huang YC, Chiu SY, Kuo KL, Hwang PA

The addition of calcined waste clamshells (CCS) into polyethylene (PE) plastic bags imparts antibacterial properties due to the presence of CaO. In th... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Basic Microbiol.  2018 Aug 07  

Characterization of a chitinase from Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 as an antifungal activity and a biocatalyst for producing chitobiose.

Le B, Yang SH

Salinivibrio genus is commonly found in salted seafood products. In this study, chitinase produced by Salinivibrio sp. BAO-1801 isolated from salted f... Read More

Source: PubMed

Antimicrob. Agents Chemother.  2018 Aug 06  

Trend and pattern of antimicrobial resistance in molluscan Vibrio species sourced to Canadian estuaries.

Banerjee SK, Farber JM

Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in foodborne bacteria is a growing concern worldwide. AMR surveillance is a key element in understanding t... Read More

Source: PubMed

Lancet Planet Health    

Linking sustainability to the healthy eating patterns of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans: a modelling study.

Blackstone NT, El-Abbadi NH, McCabe MS, Griffin TS, Nelson ME

Evidence-based nutrition policy is a key mechanism to promote planetary health. In the USA, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the foundation of... Read More

Source: PubMed

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