Proof of concept for a biochemical test that differentiates between heat-treated and non-heat- treated food products

@article{Iline2013ProofOC,
  title={Proof of concept for a biochemical test that differentiates between heat-treated and non-heat- treated food products},
  author={I. Iline and M. Novoselov and C. Phillips},
  journal={New Zealand Plant Protection},
  year={2013},
  volume={66},
  pages={34-39}
}
Quarantine authorities often deal with imported food products containing ingredients of animal origin that can carry biosecurity hazards such as animal diseases. The New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) developed an Import Health Standard to manage this risk. The standard states that products must be heated to a speciied temperature for a speciied time (e.g. 110°C for 40 min) within hermetically sealed containers. However, it can be dificult to verify that products have been… Expand
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