Analytical criteria for performance characteristics of IgE binding methods for evaluating safety of biotech food products.

@article{Holzhauser2008AnalyticalCF,
  title={Analytical criteria for performance characteristics of IgE binding methods for evaluating safety of biotech food products.},
  author={Thomas Holzhauser and Ronald van Ree and Lars K{\ae}rgaard Poulsen and G. A. Bannon},
  journal={Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association},
  year={2008},
  volume={46 Suppl 10},
  pages={
          S15-9
        }
}
There is detailed guidance on how to perform bioinformatic analyses and enzymatic degradation studies for genetically modified crops under consideration for approval by regulatory agencies; however, there is no consensus in the scientific community on the details of how to perform IgE serum studies. IgE serum studies are an important safety component to acceptance of genetically modified crops when the introduced protein is novel, the introduced protein is similar to known allergens, or the… CONTINUE READING
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