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. , Baloch Z. Investigation of the acid and sulfate resistance performances of hydrogen-rich water based mortars , Construction and Building Materials , Vol. 137 , 2017 , pp. 1 – 11 . [4

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Stewart P. S., Costerton J. W. Antibiotic resistance of bacteria in biofilms, Lancet , Vol. 358, 2001, pp. 135–138. Costerton J. W. Antibiotic resistance of bacteria in biofilms

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Genetically modified (GM) plants are obtained by adding to them one or more foreign genes that encode new properties, such as tolerance to herbicides, resistance to insects and the ability to produce new substances. The aim of this study was the detection and identification of GM foodstuffs. Six different types of samples (soybeans, soya products, tomatoes, maize flour, rice and papaya) were collected at 12 places in the Czech Republic during the years 2002–2007. It represents a total of 1225 samples of foodstuffs.Samples were investigated for the presence of material derived from the following genetically modified organisms (GMOs) which are approved for food use in the European Union (EU): Roundup Ready soybean (RRS) and maize lines Bt176, Bt11, T25, GA21, MON810, DAS1507 and some non-approved in the EU: maize lines Bt10 and starlink, rice, tomatoes and papaya. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based methods and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) were used for the detection of GM foods.RRS was detected in 14 (4.9%) samples of soybean out of 288 and in 88 (30.5%) soya products out of 288 samples. The amount of RRS in positive samples was determined by quantitative PCR. The content was in the range of 0.01–75.3% RRS. GM maize was detected in 5 (1.7%) of 288 samples. Maize lines MON810, Bt176 and StarLink were detected in the maize samples. GM rice was detected in 2 (1.9%) samples out of 102. All investigated tomatoes and papaya samples were negative for detection of GM.

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: M. Hódsági, Á. Jámbor, E. Juhász, S. Gergely, T. Gelencsér and A. Salgó

Resistant starches (RSs) are broadly investigated as appropriate additives in starch-based products due to their well-known and proved health benefits. However, it was shown in previous studies that these starches are sensitive of the different heat treatments used in the food processing, which can cause changes, especially in the resistance. There is an increasing trend to use microwave (MW) energy in food processing; therefore, our aim was to investigate the changes of RSs compared to native starches caused by MW heating. Maize, wheat, RS2 and RS4 starches were MW-treated according to a 2×2 experimental design (300 and 600 W of power, 30 and 150 s of time). The changes of in vitro digestibility, rheological properties (rapid visco analyser, RVA) and near infrared (NIR) spectroscopic characteristic were studied. Two spectrophotometers were applied (dispersive and Fourier-transform (FT)) to compare their sensitivity in the analysis of the MW-treated starches.Results showed that the digestibility of starches did not show any tendencies when increasing the microwave energy of treatments, the characteristics of the kinetic curves remained unchanged. The RVA analysis showed that the RSs did not gelatinize after the heat-treatments. The MW heating weakened the rheological properties of all starches. The NIR analysis was the most sensitive device for the detection of the effects of MW treatments. The analysis of the most characteristic carbohydrate regions (2080–2130 and 2270–2290 nm) highlighted structural alterations of the starches; moreover, the dispersive spectrophotometer was found to be more sensitive in the analysis of starches than the FT-one.

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] Baláž I. Determination of the flexural buckling resistance of frames with members with non-uniform cross-sections and non-uniform axial compression forces , Proceedings of the 34th Meeting of Experts

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: K. Skowron, K. Grudlewska, D. Lewandowski, P. Gajewski, A. Reśliński and E. Gospodarek-Komkowska

): Correlation between biofilm production and antibiotic resistance pattern in uropathogenic Escherichia coli in Tertiary Care Hospital in Southern Rajasthan, India . Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. , 4 ( 7 ), 640 – 646

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: T. Ábel, A. Blázovics, A. Wimmer, G. Bekő, B. Gaál, B. Blazics, M. Eldin, J. Fehér, I. Szabolcs and G. Lengyel

Fueki, Y., Miida, T., Wardaningsih, E., Ito, M., Nakamura, A., Takahashi, A., Hanyu, O., Tsuda, A., Saito, H., Hama, H. & Okada, M. (2007): Regular alcohol consumption improves insulin resistance in healthy Japanese men independent of obesity. Clin

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Hübner P. The compact-asphalt, a chance to improve the deformation resistance of asphalt pavement (in Hungarian), Közúti és Mélyépítési Szemle , Vol. XLIX, No. 4, 1999, pp. 153

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structures, part 1–8, Design of joints, 2002. British Standard BS5950-1990, Structural use of steel in buildings , 1990. AISC-LRFD , Load and resistance factor design specification for

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Eurocode 8 , Design of structures for earthquake resistance, Part 1: General rules, seismic actions and rules for buildings, DRAFT No 6, Version for translation (Stage 49). CEN-European Committee for

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