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Cleaning and other control and validation strategies to prevent allergen cross-contact in food-processing operations.
Food allergies affect an estimated 10 to 12 million people in the United States. Some of these individuals can develop life-threatening allergic reactions when exposed to allergenic proteins. AtExpand
Validation of the SL3 beta-Lactam Test for screening milk in compliance with U.S. pasteurized milk ordinance: performance tested method 040701.
The SL3 beta-Lactam Test is a 3 min, receptor-based lateral flow Rapid One Step Assay (ROSA) that detects 5 of 6 beta-lactam drugs approved for dairy cattle in the United States. The method wasExpand
Evaluation of a chemiluminescence method for measuring alkaline phosphatase activity in whole milk of multiple species and bovine dairy drinks: interlaboratory study.
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is a ubiquitous enzyme in milk with time-temperature destruction similar to that of certain pathogens destroyed in pasteurization. Measurement of ALP to indicate properExpand
Validation of a rapid lateral flow test for the simultaneous determination of β-lactam drugs and flunixin in raw milk.
β-Lactam antibiotics are the most commonly used drugs on dairy farms. β-Lactam residues in milk are kept out of the human milk supply with good agricultural practices and mandatory truck screeningExpand
Development and model testing of antemortem screening methodology to predict required drug withholds in heifers.
A simple, cow-side test for the presence of drug residues in live animal fluids would provide useful information for tissue drug residue avoidance programs. This work describes adaptation andExpand
High intensity conditioning — a new approach to improving flotation of mineral slimes
ABSTRACT A particle size of below 10 μm has been considered the critical size below which the flotability and selectivity deteriorate rapidly. Therefore during the processing of finely disseminatedExpand
Calmodulin activates the isolated catalytic unit of brain adenylate cyclase.
The catalytic and guanine nucleotide regulatory (G/F) units of solubilized bovine brain adenylate cyclase were separated by gel filtration as described by Strittmatter, S., and Neer, E. J. ((1980)Expand
Reconstituted adenylate cyclase from bovine brain. Functions of the subunits.
  • E. Neer, R. Salter
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 10 December 1981
Modification of adenylate cyclase structure and function by ammonium sulfate.
  • E. Neer, R. Salter
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 10 June 1981