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Jonathan Deeds

Research Biologist

Food and Drug Administration

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Jonathan Deeds, PhD
Biologist, Division of Analytical Chemistry, Office of Regulatory Science, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), FDA


What Kind of Fish Is That? : Foodservice Monthly

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FDA research scientists like Dr. Jonathan Deeds are working to assure that U.S. seafood is both safe and accurately labeled.
DNA from fish such as this paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) are being used as part of a new testing program. Jonathan Deeds, Ph.D., an FDA research biologist, has been showing up at fishing tournaments and seafood conventions in the U.S., asking for donations of fish he can bring back to suburban Maryland for testing. When a fresh fish arrives at FDA labs, Deeds removes a small piece. He turns this over to FDA molecular biologist Sara Handy, Ph.D., to test its DNA-the nucleic acid that carries genetic information. Deeds saves a larger chunk in case future DNA sampling is needed. The piece is stored for long-term use in freezers at ultra-low temperatures of -80 degrees Celsius. "We know that our team's DNA project has immediate practical applications to prevent seafood fraud and increase the safety of seafood," says Deeds.


FDA using barcoding to spot fish fraud – iBOL

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FDA research biologist and project head Jonathan Deeds said that a DNA barcode test on a fish sample costs only $10 (not including labour and supplies) compared with tests for contaminants such as PCBs or PAHs, which can run as high as $1,000.
The FDA is also developing a crustacean database covering species like shrimp, lobster and crab and Deeds says he expects the library to double in size in the next few months.


www.ehealthsquare.com

FDA research biologist Jonathan Deeds, Ph.D., is working to assure that U.S. seafood is both safe and accurately labeled.
Jonathan Deeds, Ph.D., an FDA research biologist, has been showing up at fishing tournaments and seafood conventions in the U.S., asking for donations of fish he can bring back to suburban Maryland for testing. When a fresh fish arrives at FDA labs, Deeds removes a small piece. He turns this over to FDA molecular biologist Sara Handy, Ph.D., to test its DNA-the nucleic acid that carries genetic information. Deeds saves a larger chunk in case future DNA sampling is needed. The piece is stored for long-term use in freezers at ultra-low temperatures of -80 degrees Celsius. "We know that our team's DNA project has immediate practical applications to prevent seafood fraud and increase the safety of seafood," says Deeds.


Urner Barry

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The all day Workshop will feature presentations from Dick Gutting; FDA Research Biologist Jonathan Deeds, Ph.D; former FDA employee Mary Snyder; Associate Food Director of Consumer Testing Services for SGS North America Inc.


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