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The ILSI Research Foundation 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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The Physiology of Body Weight Regulations: Relevance to the Etiology of Obesity in Children
Journal Article 1/1/1998
This article is part of a 1998 supplement to the journal Pediatrics "The Causes and Health Consequences of Obesity in Children and Adolescents."
 
The Key Events Dose-Response Framework: Its Potential for Application to Foodborne Pathogenic Microorganisms
Journal Article 1/1/2009

One of five articles published in the September 2009 issue of Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition that describe a Key Events Dose-Response Framework for chemical, microbial pathogens, allergens, and nutrients.

 
The Key Events Dose-Response Framework: A Foundation for Examining Variability in Elicitation Thresholds for Food Allergens
Journal Article 1/1/2009

One of five articles published in the September 2009 issue of Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition that describe a Key Events Dose-Response Framework for chemical, microbial pathogens, allergens, and nutrients.

 
The Key Events Dose-Response Framework: A Cross-Disciplinary Mode-of-Action Based Approach to Examining Dose-Response and Thresholds
Journal Article 1/1/2009

One of five articles published in the September 2009 issue of Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition that describe a Key Events Dose-Response Framework for chemical, microbial pathogens, allergens, and nutrients.

 
The Effects of Iron Deficiency and Anemia on Mental and Motor Performance, Educational Achievement, and Behavior in Children
Monograph 1/1/1998

This report is a review of all available literature dealing directly with the impacts of iron deficiency and anemia in children.

 
The Bioavailability of Dietary Carotenoids: Current Concepts
Report/White Paper 1/1/1999

This report discusses the accessibility of carotenoids, a major source of vitamin A in diets, from a world perspective.

 
Ten Years of Take 10!
Journal Article 1/1/2011
A comprehensive review of the TAKE 10! program and its impact on health and other outcomes.
 
Technical Brief on Iron Compounds for Fortification of Staple Foods
Monograph 1/1/2002

This is a technical brief by the International Nutritional Anemia Consultative Group summarizing information on the iron fortificants currently available to fortification programs.

 
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.
 
Surrogate Species Selection for Assessing Potential Adverse Environmental Impacts of Genetically Engineered Insect-Resistant Plants on Non-Target Organisms
Journal Article 1/1/2014
​Most regulatory authorities require that developers of genetically engineered insect-resistant (GEI R) crops evaluate the potential for these crops to have adverse impacts on valued non-target organisms (NTOs), i.e., organisms not intended to be controlled by the trait.

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