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Achtergronden bij informatie in de BOOT-lijst factsheets
Verloop, Koos ; Agtmaal, Maaike van; Busink, Wim ; Eekeren, Nick van; Groenendijk, Piet ; Jansen, Stefan ; Noij, Gert-Jan ; Zanen, Marleen - \ 2018
Wageningen : Stichting Wageningen Research, Wageningen Plant Research, Business unit Agrosysteemkunde (Rapport WPR 842) - 133
Vanuit het Bestuurlijk Overleg Open Teelt en Veehouderij (BOOT) is de zogenaamde BOOT-lijst opgesteld met maatregelen die emissie naar water vanuit landbouwbedrijven verlagen. De praktijkrijpe maatregelen worden via het Deltaplan Agrarisch Waterbeheer (DAW) verder uitgerold. Factsheets over 24 van de maatregelen geven inzicht in het productievoordeel, het milieuvoordeel en de kosten en in de praktische inpasbaarheid. Dit rapport voorziet in achtergrondinformatie en onderbouwing van de factsheets en geeft aan in hoeverre er consensus is over de gepresenteerde inzichten. Bij veel maatregelen is er behoefte aan versterking van de empirische onderbouwing. Adviezen over te nemen maatregelen kunnen aan overtuigingskracht winnen als resultaten van veldonderzoek beschikbaar zijn. Een aantal maatregelen heeft betrekking op verandering van bodemaspecten (zoals het bodem organische stofgehalte) zonder dat de relatie van deze doelen met waterkwaliteit voldoende duidelijk is uitgewerkt. De effectiviteit van deze maatregelen op uiteindelijke waterkwaliteitsdoelen moet scherper in het vizier komen.
Wheat and gluten intolerance
Busink-van den Broeck, Hetty ; Gilissen, L.J.W.J. ; Brouns, F. - \ 2016
ICC - 43 p.
With this White Paper, the current state of scientific knowledge on human disorders related to gluten and wheat is presented, with reference to other grains such as spelt, barley, rye, and oats. Backgrounds are described of coeliac disease (gluten intolerance), wheat allergies and any kind of wheat sensitivity, followed by strategies that are suggested to reduce disease prevalence and to mitigate symptoms. Research is proposed that focuses on the possibilities to modify raw materials and process technologies for the development of products that may give rise to reduced intolerance and sensitivity reactions to wheat proteins and related components. These strategies can be implemented at short, medium or long term and are of interest to the food sector, in particular the bakery, pasta and breakfast cereal segments.
Quantification of Celiac Disease Gluten Epitopes
Degg, B. ; Busink-van den Broeck, H.C. - \ 2015
The Column : the interactive e-publication for the global separation science industry 11 (2015)11. - ISSN 2050-280X - p. 6 - 6.
Scientists have published a novel method in the Journal of Chromatography A to detect multiple celiac disease-epitopes in wheat extracts simultaneously using liquid chromatography–multiple reaction monitoring mass spectrometry (LC–MRM–MS).1 Celiac disease is caused by an immune response in the small intestine from eating gluten proteins. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is the standard testing method for food, but this can be inaccurate and does not differentiate between gluten proteins. Lead author Hetty van den Broeck told The Column: “This newly developed method based on mass spectrometry quantifies specifically celiac disease stimulating epitopes. This is not possible by ELISA, which detects gluten proteins in general by using a monoclonal antibody. Mass spectrometry allows specific detection and quantification of multiple CD-epitopes at the same time. This is necessary because of the complex genome of bread wheat and the many different CD-epitopes to which CD-patients can respond differentially.” In the current study, gluten extracts were prepared from wheat and extracted prior to LC–MRM–MS analysis. The authors developed the method to detect peptides known to induce the strongest immune response, as well as peptides with amino acid substitutions that make them harmless. The method was able to quantify different peptide isoforms, showing that a modern wheat variety, Toronto, contained the highest level of CD immunogenic peptides. The team are continuing their work to test and select reduced immunogenic wheat varieties, van den Broeck told The Column. She said: “We are also working on the development of screening body fluids from CD-patients for the presence of these epitopes or other specific peptide biomarkers for CD.”— B.D
Is tarwe toxisch ?
Meer, Ingrid van der; Busink-van den Broeck, Hetty - \ 2014
Wat is er mis met tarwe en brood? Veel, zo is te lezen in recent verschenen bestsellers zoals ”Broodbuik”, ”De voedselzandloper” en op diverse websites. De moderne tarwe zou zelfs toxisch zijn. Maar klopt die informatie? Een gesprek met twee onderzoekers van Wageningen University over tarwe, brood en gluten.
TV5 World
Busink-van den Broeck, Hetty - \ 2012
Le Gluten, cet intolérable élastique
Busink-van den Broeck, Hetty - \ 2012
Reducing celiac disease related gluten proteins in wheat
Busink, H.C. - \ 2009
Separation Science Food Reports 2009 (2009)may. - p. 4 - 4.
Wie heeft er baat bij bodeminformatie? Inventarisatie van gebruikers, toepassingen en gewenste typen van bodeminformatie
Nieuwenhuis, R.H. ; Appelman, J. ; Rietra, R.P.J.J. ; Busink, E.R.V. ; Lucassen, M.A. - \ 2006
Bodem 16 (2006)3. - ISSN 0925-1650 - p. 91 - 93.
landgebruik - bodem - bodemfysica - informatiesystemen - bodemkwaliteit - land use - soil - soil physics - information systems - soil quality
Inventarisatie van gebruikers, toepassingen en gewenste typen van bodeminformatie. Dit in het kader van Landsdekkend Beeld Bodemkwaliteit, sinds januari 2005 BIELLS genaamd: BodemInformatie Essentieel voor Locale en Landelijke Sturing. Het project valt onder het uitvoeringsprogramma van de Beleidsbrief Bodem. De partijen, die onderscheiden zijn (als belanghebbenden) zijn: VROM, LNV, V&W, provincies, gemeenten, natuurorganisaties, landbouworganisaties en waterwinners
Peiling informatiebehoefte bodemkwaliteit Fase 1 van spoor 2 van het LandsDekkend Beeld
Nieuwenhuis, R.H. ; Busink, E.R.V. ; Straaten, M.P. van der; Japenga, J. - \ 2003
Utrecht : TNO (Rapport / TNO ) - 88 p.
Induction of microspore embryogenesis in Brassica napus L. is accompanied by specific changes in protein synthesis
Cordewener, J.H.G. ; Busink, R. ; Traas, J.A. ; Custers, J.B.M. ; Dons, J.J.M. ; Lookeren Campagne, M.M. van - \ 1995
Planta 195 (1995). - ISSN 0032-0935 - p. 50 - 56.
Changes in synthesis and localization of members of the 70-kDA class of heat-shock proteins accompany the induction of embryogenesis in Brassica napus L. microspores.
Cordewener, J.H.G. ; Hause, G. ; Görgen, E. ; Busink, R. ; Hause, B. ; Dons, H.J.M. ; Lammeren, A.A.M. van; Lookeren Campagne, M.M. van; Pechan, P. - \ 1995
Planta 196 (1995). - ISSN 0032-0935 - p. 747 - 755.
Induction of Brassica napus microspore embryogenesis: changes in synthesis and location of heat shock proteins.
Cordewener, J. ; Hause, G. ; Gorgen, E. ; Busink, R. ; Hause, B. ; Dons, H. ; Lammeren, A. van; Lookeren Campagne, M.M. van; Pechan, P. - \ 1994
In: In: Frontiers in sexual plant reproduction research. Abstr. 13th Int. Congr. Sexual Plant Reproduction, Vienna, Austria / Heberle-Bors, E., - p. 14 - 14.
Isolation and characterization of two xylitol dehydrogenases from Aspergillus niger.
Witteveen, C.B.F. ; Weber, F. ; Busink, R. ; Visser, J. - \ 1994
Microbiology 140 (1994). - ISSN 1350-0872 - p. 1679 - 1685.
Glycerol catabolism in Aspergillus nidulans.
Hondmann, D.H.A. ; Busink, R. ; Witteveen, C.F.B. ; Visser, J. - \ 1991
Journal of general microbiology 137 (1991). - ISSN 0022-1287 - p. 629 - 636.
Carbohydrate metabolism in Aspergilli and the formation of primary metabolites.
Visser, J. ; Broeck, H.C. van den; Busink, R. ; Dijkema, C. ; Graaff, L.H. de; Hondmann, D.H.A. ; Vondervoort, P.J.I. van de; Witteveen, C.F.B. ; Xu, D.B. - \ 1990
In: Abstract Symp. Physiological aspects of product formation by filamentous fungi, Gozd Martuljek, Joegoslavia - p. 19 - 19.
Advances in molecular genetics and biochemistry of carbohydrate metabolism.
Visser, J. ; Graaff, L.H. de; Witteveen, C.F.B. ; Dijkema, C. ; Hondmann, D.H.A. ; Broeck, H.C. van den; Busink, R. ; Vondervoort, P.J.I. van de; Xu, D.B. - \ 1990
In: Abstract 4th Int. Mycol. Congr., Regensburg - p. 217 - 217.
Purification and properties of NADP+-dependent glycerol dehydrogenases from Aspergillus nidulans and A. niger.
Schuurink, R. ; Busink, R. ; Hondmann, D.H.A. ; Witteveen, C.F.B. ; Visser, J. - \ 1990
Journal of general microbiology 136 (1990). - ISSN 0022-1287 - p. 1043 - 1050.
A permeabilized cell assay system for studying enzyme regulation and localisation in Aspergillus niger.
Cordewener, J. ; Busink, R. ; Visser, J. - \ 1990
Journal of Microbiological Methods 10 (1990). - ISSN 0167-7012 - p. 231 - 240.
L-arabinose and D-xylose catabolism in Aspergillus niger.
Witteveen, C.F.B. ; Busink, R. ; Vondervoort, P. van de; Dijkema, C. ; Swart, K. ; Visser, J. - \ 1989
Journal of general microbiology 135 (1989). - ISSN 0022-1287 - p. 2163 - 2171.
Pathway and characteristics of enzymes of benzoate degradation in Aspergillus niger.
Cordewener, J.H.G. ; Busink, R. ; Boschloo, J.G. ; Bos, C.J. ; Visser, J. - \ 1988
In: Abstract 4th Meeting Int. Workshop Microbial physiology and the manufacturing industry. Hajduszoboszlo, Hungary (1988)
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