Introduction to Food Toxicology - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780123742865, 9780080921532

Introduction to Food Toxicology

2nd Edition

Authors: Takayuki Shibamoto Takayuki Shibamoto Leonard Bjeldanes
Hardcover ISBN: 9780123742865
eBook ISBN: 9780080921532
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 25th March 2009
Page Count: 320
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Principles of Toxicology

I. Branches of toxicology

II. Dose-response

III. Potency

IV. Hormesis

V. Margin of Safety

VI. Biologic Factors That Influence Toxicity

VII. Absorption

VIII. Types of membrane transport

IX. Toxin absorption in the alimentary tract

X. Intestinal microflora

XI. The Blood-Brain Barrier

XII. Xenobiotic absorption into lymph

XIII. Translocation

XIV. Distribution

XV. Storage

A. Organ storage

B. Lipid storage

C. Bone storage

XVI. Excretion

XVII. Kidney

XVII. Effects of maturation on kidney excretion

A. Fecal excretion of xenobiotics

Chapter 2 - Determination of Toxicants in Foods

I. Sampling

II. Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Toxicants in Foods

A. Sample Preparation for Analysis of Toxicants

B. Isolation and Identification by Chromatography

III. Biological Determination of Toxicants

A. Acute Toxicity

B. Genetic Toxicity

C. Bioassay

D. Metabolism

E. Subchronic Toxicity

F. Teratogenesis

G. Chronic Toxicity

Chapter 3 – Biotransformation

I. Phase I reactions

II. Phase II reactions

III. Phase I enzymes

A. Cytochrome P450

B. CYP3A4

C. CYP1B1

D. CYP2E1

IV. Peroxidases V. Flavin-containing monooxygenase (FMO)

VI. Epoxide hydrolase (EH)

VII. Esterases

A. Carboxylesterases (CES) B. Paraoxonase

VIII. Phase II Xenobiotic Metabolism

A. Glucuronide Conjugation

B. Sulfate Conjugation

C. Glutathione Conjugation

Chapter 4 - Chemical carcinogenesis

I. Definitions

II. Phases of Carcinogenesis

A. Initiation

B. Promotion

C. Progression

D. Angiogenesis

III. Cancer Epidemiology

IV. Dietary guidelines for c


Description

The rapidly expanding field of food safety includes many new developments in the understanding of the entire range of toxic compounds found in foods -- whether naturally occurring or having been introduced by industry or food processing methods. This 2e of Introduction to Food Toxicology explores these developments while continuing to provide a core understanding of the basic principles of food toxicology.

Key Features

*New information on: --Solid-phase extraction, immunoassay, and LC/MS --Mechanisms of regulation of xenobiotic activation and deactivation --Developments in the modes of action and impact of natural toxins in food plants --A comprehensive review of the issues surrounding dioxins --The function of antioxidants and their toxicological aspects --Acrylamide, its occurrence, toxicity and regulation on its use --Phytochemicals, their beneficial effects and the modes of action of this growing group of nutraceuticals from food plants --Diet and drug interactions

Readership

Professionals and those in academic institutions. Upper level undergraduate students in Food Toxicology; Foodborne Hazards; Nutritional Toxicology and Food Safety;Public Health. Entry level food safety and industry professionals. Those seeking continuing education credits and independent readers as well. Educated consumer readers interested in food sources and public health issues. Course names: Food Toxicology; Foodborne Hazards; Nutritional Toxicology and Food Safety; Food Toxicology and Safety; Public Health


Details

No. of pages:
320
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 2009
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780080921532
Hardcover ISBN:
9780123742865

Reviews

The rapidly expanding field of food safety includes many new developments in the understanding of the entire range of toxic compounds found in foods -- whether naturally occurring or having been introduced by industry or food processing methods. This 2e of Introduction to Food Toxicology explores these developments while continuing to provide a core understanding of the basic principles of food toxicology.


About the Authors

Takayuki Shibamoto Author

Affiliations and Expertise

University of California, Davis, USA

Takayuki Shibamoto Author

Affiliations and Expertise

University of California, Davis, USA

Leonard Bjeldanes Author

Affiliations and Expertise

University of California, Berkeley, USA