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Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC123337
Authors: 
SEGHERS John
STEFANIAK Elzbieta
LA SPINA Rita
CELLA Claudia
GILLILAND Douglas
HELD Andrea
JAKOBSSON Ulf
EMTEBORG Hakan
Publication Year: 
2022
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC127769
Authors: 
BAIOCCO Sara
ALCIDI Cinzia
CORTI Francesco
DI SALVO Mattia
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Publication Year: 
2022
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC128152
Authors: 
BRATU Marian
ZAMPIERI Matteo
CEGLAR Andrej
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Publication Year: 
2022
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC127605
Authors: 
REGA Carlo
PARTIDÁRIO Maria Rosário
MARTINS Rute
BALDIZZONE Giorgio
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC118464
Authors: 
VAN PUYENBROECK Tom
MONTALTO Valentina
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC121457
Authors: 
HERNANDEZ RAMOS Jose Luis
MATHEU GARCIA Sara Nieves
FERAUDO Angelo
BALDINI Gianmarco
BERNAL BERNABE Jorge
YADAV Poonam
SKARMETA Antonio
BELLAVISTA Paolo
Publication Year: 
2021
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC124373
Authors: 
LEFEBVRE Marianne
BARREIRO HURLE Jesus
BLANCHFLOWER Ciaran
COLEN Liesbeth
KUHFUSS Laure
ROMMEL Jens
ŠUMRADA Tanja
THOMAS Fabian
THOYER Sophie
Publication Year: 
2022
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC126051
Authors: 
MÁRMOL CAMPOS Enrique
FERNÁNDEZ SAURA Pablo
GONZÁLEZ-VIDAL Aurora
HERNANDEZ RAMOS Jose Luis
BERNAL BERNABE Jorge
BALDINI Gianmarco
SKARMETA Antonio
In 2001, a total feed ban of processed animal proteins was introduced to tackle the mad cow disease or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy epidemic
Jan 24 2022

The JRC released a Certified Reference Material (CRM) ERM-AD484k for the detection of poultry (chicken and turkey) constituents in feed.

In 2001, a total feed ban of processed animal proteins (PAP) was introduced to tackle the mad cow disease or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) epidemic. In the years to follow, a TSE Roadmap was developed for the controlled re-authorisation of PAPs in feed while assuring a high level of food safety. This resulted in a gradual lifting of parts of the 2001 ban.

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