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Protein Characteristics that Affect the Quality of Vital Wheat Gluten to be Used in Baking: A Review

02-Mar-2017 | Fernanda Ortolan, Caroline Joy Steel, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 2017

Abstract The use of vital wheat gluten in the baking industry and wheat flour mills aims to improve the rheological characteristics of flour considered unsuitable to obtain products such as sliced bread, French bread, high‐fiber breads, and other products that require strong flours. To improve ...

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Probing the activities of UV and visible-light absorbing photocatalyst powders using a resazurin-based photocatalyst activity indicator ink (Rz Paii)

19-Feb-2017 | Author(s): Andrew Mills, Nathan Wells, Christopher O’Rourke, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2017

Publication date: 1 April 2017 Source:Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, Volume 338 Author(s): Andrew Mills, Nathan Wells, Christopher O’Rourke A variety of semiconductor photocatalyst powdered materials, i.e. TiO2, CdS, WO3 and C3N4, are able to mediate the UV ...

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[Report] Host cell attachment elicits posttranscriptional regulation in infecting enteropathogenic bacteria

17-Feb-2017 | Naama Katsowich; Netanel Elbaz; Ritesh Ranjan Pal; Erez Mills; Simi Kobi; Tamar Kahan; Ilan Rosenshine, Science , 2017

The mechanisms by which pathogens sense the host and respond by remodeling gene expression are poorly understood. Enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (EPEC), the cause of severe intestinal infection, employs a type III secretion system (T3SS) to inject effector proteins into intestinal epithelial ...

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Questions begging for answers (Part V): Fatty waste

13-Feb-2017 | Albert J. Dijkstra, Lipid Technology, 2017

Oil mills and refineries generate fatty waste, but the disposal of this waste is far from optimal. By hydrolysing this waste at elevated temperature, its fatty matter it is converted into acid oils and an aqueous effluent. Setting up a chain of hydrolysis units would be a profitable business, ...

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Warming up for mechanosynthesis - Temperature development in ball mills during synthesis

17-Jan-2017 | Hannes Kulla; Manuel Wilke; Franziska Fischer; Mathias Röllig; Christiane Maierhofer; Franziska Emmerling, Chemical Communication, 2017

We present a first direct measurement of the temperature during milling combined with in situ Raman spectroscopy monitoring. The data reveal a low temperature increase due to the mechanical impact and clear temperature increases as a consequence of the reaction heat. Based on the data, ...

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Lignin from Eucalyptus spp. Kraft Black Liquor as Biofuel

15-Nov-2016 | Andrés Dieste; Leonardo Clavijo; Ana I. Torres; Stéphan Barbe; Ignacio Oyarbide; Leonardo Bruno; Francisco Cassella, Energy & Fuels, 2016

Pulp mills located in Uruguay process Eucalyptus spp. wood from plantations. Black liquor is burnt in the recovery boiler, generating an excess of energy that is converted to electricity and sold to the grid. Lignin, the main component of black liquor, is a natural polymer, abundant, and readily ...

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The use of amino acid indices for assessing organic matter quality and microbial abundance in deep-sea Antarctic sediments of IODP Expedition 318

16-Oct-2016 | Author(s): S.A. Carr, C.T. Mills, K.W. Mandernack, Marine Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 20 November 2016 Source:Marine Chemistry, Volume 186 Author(s): S.A. Carr, C.T. Mills, K.W. Mandernack The Adélie Basin, located offshore of the Wilkes Land margin, experiences unusually high sedimentation rates (~2cmyr−1) for the Antarctic coast. This study sought ...

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Energies, Vol. 9, Pages 794: Torrefied Biomass Pellets—Comparing Grindability in Different Laboratory Mills

04-Oct-2016 | Khalsa, Jan Hari Arti; Leistner, Diana ; Weller, Nadja ; Darvell, Leilani I.; Dooley, Ben, Energies, 2016

The firing and co-firing of biomass in pulverized coal fired power plants around the world is expected to increase in the coming years. Torrefaction may prove to be a suitable way of upgrading biomass for such an application. For transport and storage purposes, the torrefied biomass will tend to be ...

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Technical, Economic, and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Potential of Combined Ethanol Fermentation and Biofuel Gasification-Synthesis at Sulphite Pulping Mills

02-Sep-2016 | Abdul M. Petersen; Asfaw G. Daful; Johann F. Görgens, Energy & Fuels, 2016

The integrated production of second generation biofuel at a sulphite mill, by ethanol fermentation of spent sulphite liquor (SSL), can be expanded by gasification-synthesis to produce synthetic fuels from bark residues available onsite. The potential contributions of such synthetic fuel ...

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Correlation between the photocatalysed oxidation of methylene blue in solution and the reduction of resazurin in a photocatalyst activity indicator ink (Rz Paii)

14-Aug-2016 | Author(s): Andrew Mills, Nathan Wells, Christopher O’Rourke, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 1 November 2016 Source:Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, Volume 330 Author(s): Andrew Mills, Nathan Wells, Christopher O’Rourke The initial rate of the photocatalysed oxidation of methylene blue, MB, by dissolved oxygen in solution, ri(MB), is ...

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