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ILSI Europe disseminates science by publishing articles on original research, literature reviews and gap analyses, and meeting proceedings in peer-reviewed journals.  ILSI Europe also publishes books, monographs, white papers, and other reports through ILSI Press.

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List of ILSI Europe's publications (January 2016)



Satiety and Appetite Control Claims: Getting it Right for Consumers
Journal Article 01/01/2013
Commissioned by the Eating Behaviour and Energy Balance Task Force, Nutrition Bulletin 2013;38:373-377
Salmonella Typhimurium Definitive Type (DT) 104: A Multi-Resistant Salmonella
Report/White Paper 01/01/2000
Report Series
Salmonella typhimurium Definitive Type (DT) 104 – A Multi-Resistant Salmonella
Journal Article 01/01/2001
Safety Implications of the Presence of Nucleic Acids of Inactivated Microorganisms in Foods
Report/White Paper 01/01/2013
Commissioned by the Emerging Microbiological Issues Task Force, ILSI Europe Report Series 2013:1-33
Safety Considerations of DNA in Foods
Report/White Paper 01/01/2002
Report Series with translations in English and Chinese.
Safety Considerations of DNA in Food
Journal Article 01/01/2001
Safety Assessment of Viable Genetically Modified Micro-Organisms Used in Food
Journal Article 01/01/2000
Safety Assessment of Viable Genetically Modified Micro-organisms Used in Food
Report/White Paper 01/01/1999
Report Series with translations in English, Japanese and Chinese
Safe Amounts of Gluten for Patients with Wheat Allergy or Coeliac Disease
Journal Article 01/01/2006
Risk-Benefit Considerations of Mitigation Measures on Acrylamide Content of Foods - A Case Study on Potatoes, Cereals and Coffee
Journal Article 01/01/2008