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In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based

01/10/2021  The current article aimed to evaluate the in vitro mutagenicity of ten fried meat-based food extracts obtained from different catering companies from Navarra (Spain). A miniaturized 6-well version of the Ames test in Salmonella typhimurium TA98, and the in vitro micronucleus test (OECD TG 487) in TK6 cells were performed. None of the ten extracts of

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In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based

In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies August 2021 Food and chemical toxicology: an international journal published for

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In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based

None of the ten extracts of fried meat-based food extracts obtained from different catering companies from Navarra induced gene mutations in S. typhimurium TA98 with or without metabolic activation, but five induced chromosomal aberrations after 24 h treatment of TK6 without metabolicactivation. The current article aimed to evaluate the in vitro mutagenicity of

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Roncesvalles Garayoa's 6 research works with 239 citations and 1,435 reads, including: In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies

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Food and Chemical Toxicology Vol 156, October 2021 ...

In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies Julen Sanz-Serrano, Roncesvalles Garayoa, Ana Isabel Vitas, Amaya Azqueta, Adela López de Cerain Article 112494

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To overcome this limitation, the in vitro mutagenicity of ten fried meat-based food, obtained from different catering companies from Navarra (Spain), was evaluated. A miniaturized 6-well version of the Ames test in S. typhimurium TA98, with or without metabolic activation, and the in vitro MN test (OECD 487 guideline) in the thymidine kinase heterozygote cell line (TK6) were

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In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies. Julen Sanz-Serrano, Roncesvalles Garayoa and 3 more Open Access. Proteomic profile of the effects of low-dose bisphenol A on zebrafish ovaries.

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Roncesvalles Garayoa's research works Universidad de ...

Roncesvalles Garayoa's 6 research works with 239 citations and 1,435 reads, including: In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies

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Assessment of in vitro mutagenicity in Salmonella and in ...

Abstract. Fumonisin B1 (FB1), a mycotoxin produced by Fusarium moniliforme, is a contaminant of cereals with various and complex cellular effects. FB1 induces l

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Food and Chemical Toxicology Vol 156, October 2021 ...

In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies Julen Sanz-Serrano, Roncesvalles Garayoa, Ana Isabel Vitas, Amaya Azqueta, Adela López de Cerain Article 112494

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The co-occurrence of various cyanobacterial toxins can potentially induce toxic effects different than those observed for single cyanotoxins, as interaction phenomena cannot be discarded. Moreover, mixtures are a more probable exposure scenario. However, toxicological information on the topic is still scarce. Taking into account the important role of mutagenicity and

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In vitro genotoxicity assessment of functional ingredients ...

To overcome this limitation, the in vitro mutagenicity of ten fried meat-based food, obtained from different catering companies from Navarra (Spain), was evaluated. A miniaturized 6-well version of the Ames test in S. typhimurium TA98, with or without metabolic activation, and the in vitro MN test (OECD 487 guideline) in the thymidine kinase heterozygote cell line (TK6) were

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Open Access Articles - Food and Chemical Toxicology ...

In vitro mutagenicity assessment of fried meat-based food from mass catering companies. Julen Sanz-Serrano, Roncesvalles Garayoa and 3 more Open Access. Proteomic profile of the effects of low-dose bisphenol A on zebrafish ovaries.

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Genotoxicity and mutagenicity assessment of food ...

Through diet, people are exposed simultaneously to a variety of contaminants (e.g. heavy metals, mycotoxins, pesticides) that could have combined adverse effects on human health. A previous study identified six main mixtures of food contaminants to which French adult consumers are exposed. These complex mixtures are comprised of 11 to 19 chemicals that have numerous

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To overcome this limitation, the in vitro mutagenicity of ten fried meat-based food, obtained from different catering companies from Navarra (Spain), was evaluated. A miniaturized 6-well version of the Ames test in S. typhimurium TA98, with or without metabolic activation, and the in vitro MN test (OECD 487 guideline) in the thymidine kinase heterozygote cell line (TK6) were

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Assessment of genotoxic and mutagenic effects of food ...

02/06/2021  With that, it was found that a list of relevant publications is quite small despite a significant growth in scientific research dedicated to food toxicity assessment using bioassays. A review on the conducted research on assessment of genotoxic and mutagenic effects of foods by bioassay methods will make it possible to extend the understanding of the processes and

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13 Mutagens in Food - Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer - NCBI ...

A number of substances in foods can reduce the activity of certain mutagens in in vitro test systems. For example, Morita et al . (1978) reported that juices prepared from some common vegetables, fruits, and spices, including cabbage, broccoli, green pepper, eggplant, apple, shallot, ginger, pineapple, and mint leaf, reduced the mutagenic activity of tryptophan pyrolysates.

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Assessment of in vitro mutagenicity in Salmonella and in ...

Abstract. Fumonisin B1 (FB1), a mycotoxin produced by Fusarium moniliforme, is a contaminant of cereals with various and complex cellular effects. FB1 induces l

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In Vitro Mutagenic and Genotoxic Assessment of a Mixture ...

The co-occurrence of various cyanobacterial toxins can potentially induce toxic effects different than those observed for single cyanotoxins, as interaction phenomena cannot be discarded. Moreover, mixtures are a more probable exposure scenario. However, toxicological information on the topic is still scarce. Taking into account the important role of mutagenicity and

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Mutagenicity study of fried sausages in Salmonella ...

The basic extract of pan-fried sausages was studied for mutagenic potential in seven test systems. Mutagenic activity was high in the standard Ames assay in the Salmonella typhimurium strains TA1538 and TA98 in presence of S9 mix. In vivo, in the intrasanguine host-mediated assay with strain TA98 on Aroclor-pretreated mice, the mutagenic activity of the extract was low.

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Genotoxicity and mutagenicity assessment of food ...

Through diet, people are exposed simultaneously to a variety of contaminants (e.g. heavy metals, mycotoxins, pesticides) that could have combined adverse effects on human health. A previous study identified six main mixtures of food contaminants to which French adult consumers are exposed. These complex mixtures are comprised of 11 to 19 chemicals that have numerous

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In vitro study suggests acrylamide causes DNA EurekAlert!

17/06/2003  Acrylamide, a possible human carcinogen that has been found in a variety of fried and starch-based foods, appears to exert its mutagenicity (the capacity to

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13 Mutagens in Food - Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer - NCBI ...

A number of substances in foods can reduce the activity of certain mutagens in in vitro test systems. For example, Morita et al . (1978) reported that juices prepared from some common vegetables, fruits, and spices, including cabbage, broccoli, green pepper, eggplant, apple, shallot, ginger, pineapple, and mint leaf, reduced the mutagenic activity of tryptophan pyrolysates.

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genotoxicity and mutagenicity in vitro and in vivo. The International Agency for Research into Cancer (IARC) in 2012 concluded that benzo[a]pyrene is a human carcinogen. Some other PAHs have also been identified as being carcinogens with possible genotoxic properties. Although like dioxins and PCBs, PAHs are lipophilic chemicals, they are metabolised or broken down faster,

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Assessment of the in vitro mutagenicity of MG or LMG in the Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) hypoxanthine–guanine phosphoribosyltransferase (HPRT) locus assay gave negative results, with and without S9 activation (Fessard et al., 1999). Due to severe cytotoxicity, evaluation of the mutagenicity of MG was restricted to very low concentrations (up to 0.05 μg/mL and 1 μg/mL

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