Burdock Group takes pride in the professional and academic achievements of its staff. As part of their professional development, our staff regularly publish in scientific and trade journals.
The following articles have been written by current and former Burdock Group team members. Please contact us at email@example.com to request a copy of any of the publications referenced below, or for more information regarding our services.
Dr. Burdock co-authors chapter 30 in the new 8th edition of Casarett & Doull's Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons. To purchase a copy, click here now.
Consumer Education Information
Nano Ingredients and Pet Food: Is the Regulatory Cost Worth the Potential Benefits?
Probiotics: Supplement, Drug or Something in Between?
Suppliers and Manufacturers Must Cooperate in Regulatory Compliance
Agree to Disagree: EU vs US Health Claims
The Importance of Consumption Analysis in an Ingredient Safety Assessment
FDA's Distinction without Difference
Nanotechnology: The Regulatory Impact
Food Colours versus Colouring Foods
Nanotechnology Comes to Pet Food
Editorial: Ongoing Talks on BPA
Providing Efficacy in Theory and Practice
Is GRAS the cure for the high rate of NDI rejections?
Nanotechnology's Benefits and Risks for Dietary Supplements
By Dr. George A. Burdock
Dietary Supplements and Bioavailability: Looking for Some Action?
Correlating Preclinical, Clinical and Post-Marketing Surveillance Data: A Case Study
Under the Microscope
INTERVIEW: Nanoscience - A Pioneering Technology with Increased Applications Making Food Better and Less Expensive
By George A. Burdock, Ph.D. and Ray A. Matulka, Ph.D.
Preserving a Gold Standard
By Robby Gardner
Regulated or Not, Nano-Foods Coming to a Store Near You
GRAS-fed animal feed markets set to open
To Claim or Not To Claim
It’s a Small World After All
The Future of Dietary Supplements as Pet Food Ingredients
Holding Up Your Claim
Ensuring Probiotic Efficacy
Emerging Delivery Technologies Breed Emerging Uncertainty
A Safe Landing in the U.S. Market
How to Stake a Claim
Regulatory & Scientific Roadmap for Claims
Nanotechnology & Nutraceuticals
Nanotechnology for Enhanced Control
Scientific Peer Review
Safety assessment of the microalgae Nannochloropsis oculata. Matulka RA, Kagan ML. Toxicology Papers. Volume 2, 2015, Pages 617–623. 2015 March 8; DOI:10.1016/j.toxrep.2015.03.008
Hydroxytyrosol: Lack of Clastogenicity in Bone Marrow Chromosome Aberration in Rats. Dolan LC, Hofman-Huther H, Amann N. BioMed Central 7:923. 2014 Dec 16. DOI: 10.1186/1756-0500-7-923.
Safety evaluation of Whole Algalin Protein (WAP) from Chlorella protothecoides. Szabo NJ, Matulka RA, Chan T. Food Chem Toxicol. 2013 Jun 1;59C:34-45. doi: 10.1016/j.fct.2013.05.035. [Epub ahead of print]
US regulations on dietary supplements: How are they regulated? Ray Matulka, Ph.D. (2013) Agro Food Industry Vol. 24(4) 18-20.
Naturally Occurring Food Toxins Laurie C. Dolan , Ray A. Matulka and George A. Burdock. Toxins 2010, 2(9), 2289-2332; doi:10.3390/toxins2092289.
Safety and Efficacy of Hydr oxycitric Acid Derived from Garcinia cambogia – A Literature Review. S. J. Stohs, H.G. Preuss, S.E. Ohia,G.R. Kaats, C.L. Keen, L.D. Williams, and G.A. Burdock. HerbalGram Spring 2010;85.
Evidence that iodine supplementation should be considered during pregnancy. L.C. Dolan and G.A. Burdock (2009) Agro Food Industry: Focus on infant/children nutrition, Vol.20, n.6:3-5
The best blend for greatest profits combines innovation and safety. R.A. Matulka and R.A. McNeil (2009) Agro Food Industry Vol. 20, n.6:12-13
A formula for preserving brand integrity during flavour innovation. R.A. Matulka and G.A. Burdock (2009) Agro Food Industry 20:70-72.
Literature review on the safety of Toyocerin, a non-toxigenic and non-pathogenic Bacillus cereus var. toyoi preparation.L.D. Williams, G.A. Burdock, Guillermo Jiménez b, Marisol Castillo (2009) Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 55 (2009) 236–246.
Safety studies conducted on high-purity trans-resveratrol in experimental animals.L.D. Williams and G .A. Burdock (2009) Food and Chemical Toxicology 47:170–2182
No evidence demonstrating hepatotoxicity associated with hydroxycitric acid. S.J. Stohs, H.G. Preuss, S.E. Ohia, G.R. Kaats, C.L. Keen, L.D. Williams and G.A. Burdock (2009) World Journal of Gastroenterology 15:32. pp. 4087-4089
Genotoxicity studies on a high-purity rebaudioside A preparation.L.D. Williams and G.A. Burdock (2009) Food and Chemical Toxicology 47:1831-1836
Safety assessment of kola nut extract as a food ingredient. G.A. Burdock, I.G. Carabin and Christine M. Crincoli, (2009) Food and Chemical Toxicology
Supplementation of a functional fiber (Polyglycoplex®) to the diet is well tolerated by healthy subjects in a clinical trial. I.G. Carabin, M.R. Lyon, S. Wood, X. Pelletier, Y. Donazzolo and G.A. Burdock, (2009) Nutrition Journal 8:9. pp. 1-11
Acute and subchronic toxicity and genotoxicity of SE5-OH, an equol-rich product produced by Lactococcus garvieae. S. Yee, G.A. Burdock, Y. Kurata, Y. Enomoto, K. Narumi, S. Hamada, T. Itoh, Y. Shimomura and T. Ueno, (2008) Food and Chemical Toxicology 46:2713–2720 (Available online ahead of press)
Developmental and reproductive effects of an equol-rich product, SE5-OH. R.A. Matulka, I. Matsuura, T. Uesugi, T. Ueno and G.A. Burdock, (2008) Journal of Toxicology
Lack of toxicity by medium chain triglycerides (MCT) in canines during a 90-day feeding study. R.A. Matulka, L.J. Thompson and G.A. Burdock, (2008) Food and Chemical Toxicology 47:35–39
Safety assessment of coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.) essential oil as a food ingredient. G.A. Burdock and I.G. Carabin, (2008) Food and Chemical Toxicology 47:22–34
In vitro and in vivo safety studies of a proprietary whey growth factor extract. A.R. Dyer, G.A. Burdock, I.G. Carabin, M.C. Haas, J. Boyce, R. Alsaker and L C. Read (2008) Food and Chemical Toxicology 46:1659–1665 (Available online)
Safety assessment of 2-ethyl-3, (5 or 6)-dimethylpyrazine as a food ingredient. G.A. Burdock and I.G. Carabin (2008) Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
Safety assessment of ylang-ylang oil as a food ingredient. G.A. Burdock and I.G. Carabin (2008) Food and Chemical Toxicology 46:433-445
Safety assessment of sandalwood oil (Santalum album L.).
Oral developmental toxicity study of methylsulfonylmethane in rats. R. A. Matulka, B.A. Magnuson, J. Appleton, B. Ryan (2007) Food and Chemical Toxicology 45:977-984
Breaking Down the Barriers to Functional Foods, Chapter 7. G.A. Burdock and I.G. Carabin (2007) D. Bagchi (ed) In: Nutraceutical and Functional Food Regulation in the United States and Around the World, a volume of the Food Science and Technology Series. Elsevier, NY
Chapter 30: Food Toxicology. F. Kotsonis and G.A. Burdock (2007) In: Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons. 8th edition C.D. Klaassen (Ed.) Pergamon Press, NY
Safety assessment of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose as a food ingredient. G.A. Burdock and I.G. Carabin (2007) Food and Chemical Toxicology 45:2341-2351.
Nanotechnology and the potential nanotoxicity of food ingredients. G.A. Burdock and L. Williams (2007) Agro Food Industry 18:52-53.
Aspartame: A safety evaluation based on current use levels, regulations, toxicological and epidemiological studies. B.A. Magnuson, G.A. Burdock, J. Doull, R.M. Kroes, G.M. Marsh, M.W. Pariza, P.S. Spencer, W.J. Waddell, R. Walker, and G.M. Williams (2007) Critical Reviews in Toxicology 37:629-727.