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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Food and Feed Safety Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS, TUCSON, AZ
  • INFLUENCES OF AGRONOMIC PRACTICES ON SELECTION OF GENETICALLY DISTINCT ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS DURING CYCLES OF AFLATOXIN CONTAMINATION

  • Crop Management to Reduce Aflatoxin Contamination and Improve Biological Control


  • INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE TROPICAL AGRICULTURE, CROYDON CR9 3EE,
  • Aflatoxin Mitigation Using Biocontrol in Maize and Groundnut in Zambia


  • INTL INSTITUTE OF TROPICAL AGRICULTURE, IBADAN, OYO STATE,
  • Development of Biological Control of Aflatoxins to Improve Public Health, Increase Trade and Enhance Food Security in Nigeria and Kenya

  • Biological Control of Aflatoxins in Burkina Faso for Improved Food Security

  • DEVELOPMENT OF A COST-EFFECTIVE FORMULATION OF ATOXIGENIC STRAINS TO ENABLE LARGE-SCALE ADOPTION IN AFRICA AND THE US

  • Identification of Gene Markers in Aflatoxin-Resistant Maize Lines Developed Through the IITA-USDA-SRRC COLLABORATION


  • LSU AGCENTER, BATON ROUGE, LA
  • Novel Genes/Promoters for Tolerance to Abiotic and Biotic Stress and Their Role(s) in Aspergillus Infection and Aflatoxin Contamination

  • Identification and Evaluation of Proteins/Genes Associated with Aflatoxin-Resistance in Soybean and Maize

  • Assessment of Biochemical Factors Involved in Selection of Isolates for Biocontrol of Aflatoxin Contamination of Corn


  • MERIDIAN INSTITUTE, DILLON, CO
  • Expansion of Biological Control to Manage Aflatoxin in Maize and Groundnut Using Regionally-Adapted Beneficial Fungi in Eastern & West Africa


  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI STATE, MS
  • DEVELOPMENT OF RAPID, NON-DESTRUCTIVE HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING METHODOLOGY TO MEASURE FUNGAL GROWTH AND AFLATOXIN CONTAMINATION


  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AIST, TOKYO,
  • Comparative Analysis of Genome Organization between A. flavus and A. Oryzae


  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
  • Identification of Genetic Markers for Resistance to Aspergillus flavus Growth and Aflatoxin Accumulation


  • NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY INC, DEKALB, IL
  • Identification of Regulatory Genes in A. Flavus and A. Nidulans that are Involved in Mycotoxin Production, Morphogenesis, and Virulence


  • SENSOR DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, STRONGSVILLE, OH
  • DEVELOPMENT OF A REAL-TIME ELECTRONIC SENSOR TO DETECT ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS GROWTH ON STORED CORN


  • SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, CARBONDALE, IL
  • Identification of Novel Sources of Resistance to Ear Rot and Aflatoxin Accumulation in Corn


  • TEXAS CORN PRODUCERS BOARD, LUBBOCK, TX
  • USE OF ATOXIGENIC STRAINS OF A. FLAVUS TO MANAGE AFLATOXIN CONTAMINATION OF CORN IN TEXAS


  • TULANE UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA
  • PHYTOESTROGENIC EFFECTS OF FUNGALLY INDUCED ISOFLAVONOIDS IN LEGUMES


  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA
  • AFLATOXIN CONTROL IN PISTACHIOS, ALMONDS, AND FIGS: BIOCONTROL USING ATOXIGENIC STRAINS


  • UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, PITTSBURGH, PA
  • TOTAL ECONOMIC IMPACT OF AFLATOXIN: MODELS OF ECONOMIC LOSS AND INDUSTRY LEARNING


  • UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO, TOLEDO, OH
  • DETERMINE NATURAL PRODUCT INDUCTION IN LEGUMES AND THE PHARMACOLOGIC CONSEQUENCES IN HUMAN MODEL SYSTEMS


  • XAVIER UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA
  • REGULATION OF AFLATOXIN PRODUCTION IN ASPERGILLUS PARASITICUS


  • Last Modified: 4/16/2014
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