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Science and Research Projects

Contractor / Funded Organisation: BIBRA Toxicology International

Detailed below are science projects undertaken for, or managed on behalf of, Defra by the Contractor/Funded Organisation selected.

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AN0306: Fermentation of complex carbohydrates to short chain fatty acids - modification of colonic mucosal damage.
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1993 To 1996, Cost £268,761
Theme:   Role of complex carbohydrates in the diet
 
 
AN0310: Effect of different dietary carbohydrates on colon function: Design of healthier foods.
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1994 To 1997, Cost £468,293
Theme:   Role of complex carbohydrates in the diet
 
 
AN0418: Effect of antioxidant nutrients on oxygen radical generated damage in biomarkers from peripheral blood cells & serum
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1993 To 1996, Cost £165,215
Theme:   Antioxidants in food
 
 
AN0506: Second generation functional foods - Microbial flora and the intestinal function.
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1993 To 1996, Cost £39,000
Theme:   Measurements of optimal nutrient status
 
 
FS0202: Development of new methods for safety evaluation of transgenic crops
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1994 To 1998, Cost £344,982
Theme:   Novel Foods
 
 
FS0204: Genetically modified organisms in food- evaluation of in vitro and in vivo models for assessing DNA transfer in gut.
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1995 To 1998, Cost £242,977
Theme:   Novel Foods
 
 
FS1633: Identification of the causative agents responsible for mineral hydrocarbon toxicity.(Collaboration with FS1627)
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1995 To 1997, Cost £54,693
Theme:   Food Additives: RESEARCH
 
 
FS1702: Definition of an animal model for human colorectal cancer: the analysis of histogical and genetic stages.
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1992 To 1995, Cost £220,355
Theme:   Risk Assessment
 
 
FS1704: Evaluation of cell replication as a biomarker of the carcinogenic potential of non-mutagenic food chemicals
Description - Objective - Time Scale
From 1991 To 1994
Theme:   Risk Assessment
 
 
FS1713: `Use of biomarkers including DNA adduct formation, in human risk assessment assessment of genotoxic food contaminants`
Description - Objective - Time Scale & Cost
From 1994 To 1997, Cost £167,297
Theme:   Risk Assessment
 
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