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

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Science InSight - March 2012
Newsletter/Bulletin 1/1/2012
 
Science InSight - October 2012
Newsletter/Bulletin 1/1/2012
 
Second International ILSI North America Conference on Hydration and Health, November 15–16, 2011 – Miami Beach, Florida
Journal Article 1/1/2012
The International Life Sciences Institute North America Hydration Committee organized a conference on that featured experts in the field, attracting attendees from International sectors of government, industry, professional organizations, and academia. The conference reviewed the available science on hydration and related health issues, while also providing a scientific discussion of the compilation of data on fluid intake as it relates to health, well-being, disease, and human performance.
 
Sources of variance in baseline gene expression in the rodent liver
Journal Article 1/1/2012

Corton, J. C., Bushel, P. R., Fostel, J., and O'Lone, R. B. (2012). Sources of variance in baseline gene expression in the rodent liver. Mutat Res 746(2), 104-12.​

 
Summary of roundtable discussion meeting: Non-human primates to assess risk for EBV-related lymphomas in humans
Journal Article 1/1/2012

Kawabata, T., Weaver, J., Thomas, D., Rowe, M., Wang, F., Kamperschroer, C., and Haggerty, H. (2012). Summary of roundtable discussion meeting: Non-human primates to assess risk for EBV-related lymphomas in humans. J Immunotoxicol 9(1), 121-7. ​

 
Surrogate Species Selection for Assessing Potential Adverse Environmental Impacts of Genetically Engineered Plants on Non-Target Organisms
Proceedings 1/1/2012
To help identify and address the challenges facing researchers studying the effects of genetically engineered insect-resistant crops on non-target organisms (NTOs), CERA hosted the conference "Surrogate Species Selection for Assessing Potential Adverse Environmental Impacts of Genetically Engineered Plants on Non-Target Organisms." The Conference was held in the Washington, DC office of the ILSI Research Foundation, June 26-28, 2012, and it brought together 37 government, university, and private industry scientists from around the world representing the fields of entomology, ecology, agronomy, chemistry, and ecotoxicology. Over the course of the three-day meeting, the participants reached consensus on selection criteria for surrogate species to be used in the testing of insect-resistant crops on NTOs. In developing these criteria, the participants focused on ensuring that NTO testing would be practicable, test results would be scientifically and statistically valid, and the data obtained would accurately predict any adverse impacts likely from the use of the crops. The proceedings of the Conference include the presentations, case studies, breakout and plenary discussions, and the points of consensus agreed to by the participants.
 
Survey: Immune function and immunotoxicity assessment in dogs
Journal Article 1/1/2012

Lebrec, H., O'Lone, R., Freebern, W., Komocsar, W., and Moore, P. (2012). Survey: Immune function and immunotoxicity assessment in dogs. J Immunotoxicol 9(1), 1-14. ​

 
Sweetness and Food Preference
Journal Article 1/1/2012
Throughout evolution, sweetness has had a role in human nutrition, helping to orient feeding behavior toward foods providing both energy and essential nutrients. However, their use has led to further concerns that dissociating sweetness from energy may disrupt the balance between taste response, appetite, and consumption patterns, especially during development.
 
Sweetness, Satiation, and Satiety
Journal Article 1/1/2012
Many studies have examined the various sensory, cognitive, postingestive, and postabsorptive factors that can potentially contribute to the inhibition of eating, with careful attention to study design, crucial for correct interpretation of the results. This review discusses the satiating power of foods and drinks containing nutritive and nonnutritive sweeteners.
 
The Application of Good Clinical Practice in Nutrition Research
Journal Article 1/1/2012
Commissioned by the Functional Foods Task Force, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2012;66(12):1280-1281

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