World population and global economic importance make the stability and safety of their food supply a global public health priority and a major concern for international markets and trading partners. Resolving the country’s food supply and safety challenges will require a multi-pronged approach, including novel legislative and regulatory actions, increased public engagement, and a renewed commitment by industry to uphold principles of environmental sustainability and consumer protection. In order to implement best practices for the Safety Seafood Chain it is important to define for each node (e.g., Hatchery, Farm, Primary Processor) a set of information related to products (e.g., what kind of product, how it was produced) and to process events (e.g., where is a product, when will it be in a specific place, why is in a specific condition). Identification techniques that use open global standards are highlighted with special reference to our approach and contribution (see authors gene sequences in GenBank) for marine resource and seafood processes. Here, we report sequencing and PCR-RFLP (Polymerase Chain Reaction-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism) analysis carried out, as biotechnological applications in relations to biological pollution assessment and breakpoint in traceability, due to a change in the product state or the associated info.

ANALYSIS OF SEAFOOD PROCESSES: AN APPLICATION FOR TRACEABILITY USING GENES AS "TRACEPOINTS"

TROCCHIA, SAMANTHA;RABBITO, DEA;GUERRIERO, GIULIA
2014

Abstract

World population and global economic importance make the stability and safety of their food supply a global public health priority and a major concern for international markets and trading partners. Resolving the country’s food supply and safety challenges will require a multi-pronged approach, including novel legislative and regulatory actions, increased public engagement, and a renewed commitment by industry to uphold principles of environmental sustainability and consumer protection. In order to implement best practices for the Safety Seafood Chain it is important to define for each node (e.g., Hatchery, Farm, Primary Processor) a set of information related to products (e.g., what kind of product, how it was produced) and to process events (e.g., where is a product, when will it be in a specific place, why is in a specific condition). Identification techniques that use open global standards are highlighted with special reference to our approach and contribution (see authors gene sequences in GenBank) for marine resource and seafood processes. Here, we report sequencing and PCR-RFLP (Polymerase Chain Reaction-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism) analysis carried out, as biotechnological applications in relations to biological pollution assessment and breakpoint in traceability, due to a change in the product state or the associated info.
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