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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: N. Khantisophon, D. Montet, G. Loiseau, S. Rakshit, W. Stevens, and R. Ray

Chronakis, I.S. (1996): Network formation and viscoelastic properties of commercial soy protein dispersions: Effect of heat treatment, pH and calcium ions. Fd Res. int. , 29 , 123–134. Chronakis I

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Breinholt, V., Arbogast, D., Loveland, P., Pereira, C., Dashwood, R., Hendricks, J. & Bailey, G. (1999): Chlorophyllin chemoprevention in trout initiated by aflatoxin B1 bath treatment: an evaluation of reduced bioavailability vs. target organ protective

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. Kumar , N.M. , Shimray , C.A. , Indrani , D. & Manonmani , H. ( 2014 ): Reduction of acrylamide formation in sweet bread with L-asparaginase treatment . Food Bioprocess Tech. , 7 , 741 – 748

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: L. Darnay, A. Tóth, B. Salamon, K. Papik, G. Oros, G. Jónás, K. Horti, K. Koncz, and L. Friedrich

References Aaltonen , T. , Huumonen , A. & Myllärinen , P. ( 2014 ): Controlled transglutaminase treatment in Edam cheesemaking

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462 470 Hamdan, I.I. & Afifi, F.U. (2004): Studies on the in vitro and in vivo hypoglycemic activities of some medicinal plants used in treatment of diabetes

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sensitive person, the lactase enzyme produced in the small intestine is innately absent or impaired (primary lactose sensitivity), or it is an intestinal problem due to antibiotic treatment (secondary lactose intolerance), which results in acute abdominal

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(dose 1) and 120 kg ha −1 (dose 2) N treatments. Between sampling times, MDA levels changed significantly at all three nutrient levels ( Fig. 1 ). Fig. 1. Effect of different nitrogen fertilisation levels on the amount of malondialdehyde (MDA) of maize

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Present research on prebiotics focuses on either polysaccharides or polyphenols. This study compared the individual and combined impact of polysaccharide, quercetin, and gallic acid (GA) treatment on three human faecal strains. In vitro pure culturing and correlation analysis confirmed that the growth of both beneficial microbe B. longum subsp. longum (0.695, 0.205: R2, slope, respectively) and pathogenic C. perfringens (0.712, 0.085: R2, slope, respectively) increased due to polysaccharide treatment, and only GA treatment would inhibit C. perfringens (0.789, –0.165: R2, slope, respectively) growth. In vivo studies also revealed that genome copies of Bifidobacterium increased and C. perfringens decreased in the faeces, when a blend of the three nutrients rather than single polysaccharide or polyphenols were fed to rats. These data suggested that combined prebiotic treatment improved human faecal strain composition better than single treatment.

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639 646 Yang, X.M., Cao, Z.Y., An, L.Z., Wang, Y.M. & Fang, X.W. (2006): In vitro tetraploid induction via colchicine treatment from diploid somatic embryos in

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34 33 39 Petres, J., Markus, Z., Gelencsér, É., Bogar, Z., Gajzago, I. & Czukor, B. (1990): Effect of dielectric heat-treatment on

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