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  • Machine learning prediction of emesis and gastrointestinal state in ferrets. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(10):e0223279Nanivadekar AC, Miller DM, … Horn CC
  • Although electrogastrography (EGG) could be a critical tool in the diagnosis of patients with gastrointestinal (GI) disease, it remains under-utilized. The lack of spatial and temporal resolution using current EGG methods presents a significant roadblock to more widespread usage. Human and preclinical studies have shown that GI myoelectric electrodes can record signals containing significantly mo…
  • The Efficiency of Deoxynivalenol Degradation by Essential Oils under In Vitro Conditions. [Journal Article]
    Foods 2019; 8(9)Perczak A, Juś K, … Waśkiewicz A
  • Essential oils (EOs) are complex natural products of plant origin and exhibit different desirable, e.g., antimicrobial properties. Their growth inhibition effect on the pathogenic fungi of the genus, Fusarium, which forms deoxynivalenol (DON), has been documented. DON is the most common contaminant of grains and their products, causing strong emetic effects after their consumption. The aim of the…
  • Why be serious about emetic Bacillus cereus: Cereulide production and industrial challenges. [Review]
    Food Microbiol 2020; 85:103279Rouzeau-Szynalski K, Stollewerk K, … Ehling-Schulz M
  • Cereulide, a potent toxin produced by Bacillus cereus, is a small, highly heat- and acid-resistant depsipeptide toxin, which confronts food industry with several challenges. Due to the ubiquitous presence of B. cereus in the environment, this opportunistic pathogen can enter food production and processing at almost any stage. Although the bacteria itself might be removed during food processing, t…
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