Fiorenza Minervini


Dr. Fiorenza Minervini has completed her degree in Veterinary Medicine (April 1983), her professional qualification (1983), she did specialization in Avicultural Technology and Pathology (1985). She is a researcher from 1 may 1987 in Institute Toxins and Mycotoxins, National Council Research of Italy (CNR); also serving as the Senior researcher from 31 December 2001. She is involved in In vitro and ex vivo studies on mycotoxins, and polyphenols in primary cultures and immune, intestinal and reproductive cell lines: proliferation, apoptosis, mitochondrial function, inflammatory mediators, oxidative stress assessment using fluorometric (spectrofluorimetric and flow cytofluorimetric assessment) and colorimetric tests. Assessment of the influence of digestion process toward the effect of bioactive compounds present in feed and food. Preparation of intestinal in vitro models to evaluate absorption and the effect of bioactive compounds present in foods Assessment of human and animal exposure to mycotoxins using ELISA tests.

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Her research interest mainly focuses on assessment of toxic compounds in foods and in vivo and in vitro studies on functional foods.

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