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  • Reducing Impacts of Food Loss and Waste: Proceedings of a Workshop [BOOK]
  • BOOKNational Academies Press (US): Washington (DC)
  • National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; Policy and Global Affairs; Science and Technology for Sustainability Program; Committee on Reducing Food Loss and Waste: A Workshop on ImpactsWhitacre PT, Kameyama E, … Carrero-Martínez F
  • Even as malnutrition in the form of hunger and obesity affect the health and well-being of millions of people worldwide, a significant amount of food is lost or wasted every day, in every country, an…
  • Body pedagogics: embodied learning for the health professions. [Journal Article]
  • MEMed Educ 2019 Jun 19
  • Kelly M, Ellaway R, … Dornan T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Body pedagogics can help us to focus attention on embodiment as a central principle of HPE that transcends the discipline-specific teaching of clinical skills. Moreover, it provides a set of conceptual foundations for an interdisciplinary practice within HPE with implications for instructional design. Body pedagogics can also help us to make strange the habits and disregarded aspects of embodied learning and in so doing help us to consider embodiment more critically and directly in practice and education, and in the ways we research them.
  • Comparison of quantitative PCR and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry assays for identification of bacteria in milk samples from cows with subclinical mastitis. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Appl Microbiol 2019 Jun 19
  • Ngassam Tchamba C, Rao AS, … Mainil JG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Both methods give identical qualitative and quantitative results with ca. a half and a quarter of the mono- and bi-bacterial samples, respectively. Several reasons can explain the differences. The multiplex qPCR assay only targets the most important mammary gland pathogens and can detect DNA of bacteria both alive and dead. Conversely, bacteria only grow when alive and the MALDI-TOF MS® databases do not include all bovine milk-associated bacterial species yet.This study further highlights the limitations and complementarity of the genetic and phenotypic tests for the identification of bacteria present in milk samples.
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