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  1. Mannheimia haemolytica outer membrane vesicle-based vaccine for Shipping Fever in cattle

    SBC: Solidtech Animal Health, Inc.            Topic: 83

    "Shipping Fever" is the main cause of illness/death in beef cattle in North America, resulting in & gt;$500 million/year of losses due to treatment costs, poor weight gain, reduced carcass value and death. Mannheimia haemolyticabacteria causes the most serious form of shipping fever, causing severe, often fatal pneumonia. Because currently availableM. haemolytica vaccines are not effective enough, ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  2. Determining nutrient density of niche and cultural greens for improved nutrition in the US

    SBC: SAN MIGUEL PRODUCE, INC            Topic: 85

    Unlike traditional vegetables such as standard commercial varieties of broccoli or carrots, our niche cultural greens (which refers to greens that are popular with certain ethnic groups) are relatively new to most US consumers; nutritional information either has yet to be scientifically verified, or is generic to the commodity as whole without the specific variety taken into consideration. Utilizi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  3. Low cost approach for production of sweet proteins as sugar substitutes

    SBC: ABZYME THERAPEUTICS LLC            Topic: 85

    In a large portion of the population the strong desire to eat sweet foods is a major contributing factor leading to overweightness and obesity, and the concomitant predisposition to diabetes diseases. Low calorie sweeteners like Saccharin, Aspartame, Cyclamate and Acesulfame K are popular with patients affected by diseases caused by the consumption of sugar, e.g. diabetes, hyperlipemia, caries, ob ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  4. Vegetable Oil Processing with Non-Porous Polymer Membranes

    SBC: COMPACT MEMBRANE SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 85

    Although conventional aqueous oil extraction which utilizes water as a solvent under atmospheric conditions has been around for a long time, it was not favored for large commercial operations because of its low oil extraction efficiency. Interest in aqueous extraction processes has been revived by increasing environmental concern about hexane which is the traditional solvent used by oilseed proces ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  5. Automated Strawberry Calyx and Defects Removal Technology for Improving Food Quality and Safety and Minimizing Field Labor.

    SBC: Industry Vision Automation, Corp.            Topic: 85

    Strawberries are the 2nd largest non-citrus fruit crop in the U.S., trailing grapes and surpassing apples (USDA 2012). With strawberries harvested for processing (as a value-added food ingredient), the calyx (the stem cap with green crown leaves) must be removed to avoid having inedible leaves in the food product. The current in-field labor intensive de-capping process using cutting tools risks fi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  6. Technology for Removal of Heavy Metals and Arsenic from Juice

    SBC: XPLOSAFE LLC            Topic: 85

    The discovery that many fruit juices and brown rice syrup contain significant concentrations of arsenic or heavy metals such as lead and cadmium has raised concern amongst the public, government regulators, and food and juice producers. This contamination occurs both from natural and anthropogenic sources such as industrial pollution, arsenical herbicides and pesticides etc. While the levels of th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  7. Food Safety Monitoring through Odor Analysis

    SBC: APPLIED NANOTECH, INC.            Topic: 85

    In studies conducted for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it was estimated that approximately 48 million new cases of food-related illness, resulting in 3,000 deaths and 128,000 hospitalizations, occur in the United States annually. These estimates, although lower than previous estimates, confirm that foodborne illness continues to be a problem. Together with the mortality and quali ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  8. Development of water based 1-methyl cyclopropene formulation for modifying ethylene response of fruit and field crops

    SBC: MIRTECH INC.            Topic: 85

    The objective of this project is to develop a sprayable water-based 1-methylcycopropene (1-MCP) liquid formulation for apple, to manage the undesirable effects of ethylene when the fruits are still attached to the tree and during post-harvest storage. The motivation is to overcome the limitations of current delivery formulations to improve quality and extend the shelf life of fruits, a major imped ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  9. Novel Nutrition Bar to Improve Metabolic Dysregulation and Reduce Obesity

    SBC: METABAR, INC.            Topic: 85

    This project aims to transform a nutritional product that has demonstrated some effectiveness in reducing metabolic dysregulations of obesity into a commercially acceptable, palatable, affordable, and desirable food product for the general public without adversely impacting its efficacy. It is proposed that Metabar, in partnership with the supporting collaborators, CHORI and the USDA ARS, will mod ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
  10. ALARM: Next-Generation Food-Borne Pathogen Detection

    SBC: LYNNTECH INC.            Topic: 85

    A leading public health problem affecting individuals world-wide is food poisoning. Pathogen contamination of post-harvest food sources is a major health issue. There is a wealth of information and data that indicate that the occurrence of infectious gastrointestinal diseases is globally on the rise; and that food-borne pathogens can readily adapt to environmental changes, contributing significant ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Agriculture
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