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  1. CORESTA Congress, Shanghai, 2008, SSPTPOST 11

    Use of an EpiOralTM human tissue model for testing of substances for oral irritancy in vitro

    JAI T.S.; DELVES S.J.; FAUX S.P.; KUMARAVEL T.S.; NEILSON L.R.; MEREDITH C.
    Advanced Technologies Ltd., Cambridge, UK
    The EpiOralTM tissue model consists of normal human keratinocytes differentiated to form a multilayered tissue. The phenotype is analogous to human oral epithelium in vivo providing the opportunity for in vitro irritancy testing on human tissue....
  2. CORESTA Meeting, Agronomy/Phytopathology, Krakow, 2007, AP 35

    Burley tobacco post-curing management and its effect in the nitrosamine amount

    JACKISCH R.M.; ROVEDDER J.H.; MALLMANN I.L.; LORENCETTI C.; SANTOS M.; PANIZ C.
    Alliance One Brazil, R&D, Santa Cruz do Sul-RS, Brazil.
    Nitrosamines can be found in different products as well as food, cosmetics and tobacco products. However, tobacco specific nitrosamines (TSNA) usually cannot be detected in fresh tobacco. They are formed mainly during the later stages of the...
  3. CORESTA Meeting, Agronomy/Phytopathology, Krakow, 2007, APPOST 05

    Adaptability and stability of Burley varieties in Brazil

    LORENCETTI C.; SANTOS M.; MALLMANN I.L.; JACKISCH R.M.; ROVEDDER J.H.; PANIZ C.
    Alliance One Brazil, R&D, Santa Cruz do Sul-RS, Brazil.
    Burley tobacco has a large importance in southern Brazil, mainly on small farms. Its production stretches from the highlands of Rio Grande do Sul State to the western of Paraná State. In this area, tobacco is submitted to a wide range of different...
  4. CORESTA Meeting, Smoke Science/Product Technology, Jeju, 2007, SSPTPOST 12

    ISO 17025 accreditation for in vitro toxicology tests on cigarette smoke products

    COOKE L.; COWIN R.; LANGFORD R.; DELVES S.; GARCIA-CANTON C.; JONES S.; BLACK S.
    Advanced Technologies Ltd., Cambridge, UK
    One of the British American Tobacco Group of companies, Advanced Technologies (Cambridge) Ltd (ATC), performs 'duty of care' in vitro toxicology testing on tobacco products, to examine the potential harmful effects of cigarette smoke on DNA....
  5. Tobacco Science & Technology, 2007, 4, p. 49-53, ISSN.1002-0861

    Identification of tobacco transgenic events with adaptor ligation PCR walking methods

    WAN XIU-QING; TUERCK J.; WARD M.
    Harbin Normal University, Harbin, China - Advanced Technologies (Cambridge) Ltd., Cambridge, UK
    The methods for identification of different genetically modified tobacco transgenic events at molecular level were established with the technique of "adaptor ligation PCR walking". The "probe primers" of different transgenic events were designed with...
  6. 6th Bergerac Tobacco Scientific Meeting, 2005, p. 19-22.

    Interest for a European catalogue for commercial tobacco varieties: why, how, by whom? (Workshop)

    PAPENFUS H.D.; GUIARD J.; WARD M.; HAEIN P.; NICOLAS C.; VERRIER J.L.; LUCIANI A.
    Alliance One Int. UK, Geves, UPOV, ATC, BAT, UCAPT, ANITTA, ITB-Altadis
    There is wide consensus that there is urgent need for compiling a catalogue for commercial tobacco varieties and to agree on harmonised variety registration and seed certification procedures. Variety development work is a long-standing, important...