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Astapova M.S.,All Russia Research Institute of Veterinary Sanitation | Tikhomirova T.A.,Chief Expert analytical Center Autonomous Non profit Organization Soyuzexpertiza | Asady E.V.,Chief Expert analytical Center Autonomous Non profit Organization Soyuzexpertiza
Voprosy Pitaniia | Year: 2010

The results of studies on the detection of gluten in the 7 products, members of the group of gluten-free, used for patients with celiac disease. Used the method of polymerase chain reaction detection in real time (by method of polymerase chain reaction) using a test system SureFood® Gluten. With this method, fully meets the requirements of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, confirmed the compliance of the investigated food gluten-free category, used for patients with celiac disease. Source


Burkin A.A.,All Russia Research Institute of Veterinary Sanitation | Kononenko G.P.,All Russia Research Institute of Veterinary Sanitation
Biology Bulletin | Year: 2015

The component composition of mycotoxin complexes is characterized in foliose lichens of genera Nephroma, Peltigera, Umbilicaria, and Xanthoria. The interspecies differences in the genus Peltigera are expressed by the number of metabolites detected, from seven in P. aphthosa to three in P. canina, P. didactyla, P. praetextata, and P. rufescens. In Nephroma arcticum eight mycotoxins occurred regularly, with mycophenolic acid in especially high quantities in comparison with other lichens. In Umbilicaria, of six permanent components the content of alternariol is the highest, and in Xanthoria the content of emodin is the highest. Variation of the quantitative content of mycotoxins in general and of species of lichens is discussed, as is expansion of the background spectrum of these metabolites in collections from different territories. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Source


Burkin A.A.,All Russia Research Institute of Veterinary Sanitation | Kononenko G.P.,All Russia Research Institute of Veterinary Sanitation
Biology Bulletin | Year: 2015

Complexes of mycotoxins in fruticose lichens of 14 species belonging to five genera of the family Parmeliaceae were characterized in number, composition, and content of individual components. It was shown that species of the genus Bryoria always contain five mycotoxins (sterigmatocystin, mycophenolic acid, citrinin, emodin, and alternariol). In Evernia and Pseudevernia, this list is supplemented with zearalenone, diacetoxiscirpenol, and cyclopiazonic acid or fumonisins. It was noted that Alectoria and Usnea are distinguished by a peculiar set of toxic metabolites and occupy an intermediate position according to their number. The similarities and distinctions of the mycotoxin profile in species belonging to the same genus and in specimens from different habitats are discussed. © Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2015. Source

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