Press articles

New legislative regulations in the field of start and continuation powder milk formulas:

  1. The Regulations (EC) no. 1441/2007 of the European Committee from the 5th of December 2007 to modify the Regulations (EC) no 2073/2005 regarding the microbiological criteria for foods.
  2. The Directive 2006/141/EC of the European Committee from the 22nd of December 2006 that modifies the Directive 1999/21/EC regarding the start and continuation powder milk formulas' composition.
  3. The Regulations (EC) no. 596/2009 from the 18th of June that revise the Directive 2000/13/EC of the European Parliament and the Counsel from the 20th of March 2000 regarding  the legislative recommendations for member states  regarding the labeling, presentation and publicity of food products
  4. ESPGHAN ( European Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition ) Recommendations
  5. IEG (ESPGHAN coordinated International Expert Group) recommendations published in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, volume 41, No.5, pg: 584 – 599, November 2005
  6. Bioef company has launched a new powder milk formula for infants named Vitalact - Lactoferin at the National Lactoferrin Symposium (08.02.2006)
  7. Biopole - Biotechnology at your service;
  8. no.27;
  9. Lactoferrin - a breakthrough of the last decades (Pharmakon, pg.25, June 2006)
  10. Lactoferrin - under the scientists' microscope ( id=487);
  11. The role of Lactoferrin in inhibiting the formation of the free hydroxyl radicals ( id=510);
  12. The lactoferrin in the infant's diet ( id=533);
  13. The lactoferrin in preventing periodontitis
  14. The lactoferrin in therapeutic guides - (Thirty-second session, Montreal, Canada, 10-14 May 2004)
  15. S. E. Babina, T. G. Kanyshkova1, V. N. Buneva1, and G. A. Nevinsky: “Lactoferrin Is the Major Deoxyribonuclease of Human Milk”, Biochemistry (2004), Vol. 69, No. 9, 1006 -1015
  16. G. Brisson, M. Britten,† and Y. Pouliot: “Effect of Iron Saturation on the Recovery of Lactoferrin in Rennet Whey Coming from Heat-Treated Skim Milk”, J. Dairy Sci. (2009) 90:2655–2664
  17. C.Conesa, M.Calvo, L. Sanchez: “Recombinant human lactoferrin: A valuable protein for pharmaceutical products and functional foods”, Biotechnology Advances (2010) 28 831–838
  18. J. Cornish: “Lactoferrin promotes bone growth”, BioMetals (2004) 17: 331–335
  19. Jillian Cornish, Dorit Naot: “Lactoferrin as an effector molecule in the skeleton”, Biometals (2010) 23 425–430
  20. Maria Rosaria Cesarone, MD, Gianni Belcaro et all: “Prevention of Influenza episodes with colostrum compared with vaccination in healthy and high-risk cardiovascular subjects: the epidemiological study in San Valentino”, Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis (2007) 13 (2), 130-136
  21. S. M. Godden, S. Smith,† J. M. Feirtag, L. R. Green,‡ S. J. Wells and J. P. Fetrow: Effect of On-Farm Commercial Batch Pasteurization of Colostrum on Colostrum and Serum Immunoglobulin Concentrations in Dairy Calves, J. Dairy Sci. (2003) 86:1503–1512
  22. M.C. Jenkins *, C. O'Brien, J. Trout, A. Guidry, R. Fayer: “Hyper-immune bovine colostrum speci®c for recombinant Cryptosporidium parvum antigen confers partial protection against Cryptosporidiosis in immuno-suppressed adult mice”, Immunology and Disease Resistance Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, (1998)
  23. S. McMartin, S. Godden, L. Metzger et all.: “Heat Treatment of Bovine Colostrum. I: Effects of Temperature on Viscosity and Immunoglobulin G Level”, American Dairy Science Association, (2006)
  24. R. Pakkanen, J. Aalto: “Growth factors and antimicrobial factors of bovine colostrum”, International Dairy Journal (1997) 7, 285 - 297
  25. Kyle H. Ramsey, Christoffer E. Poulsen a, Peter P. Motiub: “The in vitro antimicrobial capacity of human colostrum against Chlamydia trachomatis”, Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 38 (1998) 155–167

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