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Effects of UV‐C on antioxidant capacity, antioxidant enzyme activity and colour of fresh‐cut red cabbage during storage

30-Dec-2016 | Jie Zhang, Li Yuan, Wei Liu, Qiong Lin, Zhidong Wang, Wenqiang Guan, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2016

Summary Ultraviolet C (UV‐C) irradiation is a widely used nonthermal sterilisation method used to ensure the quality and safety of fresh and fresh‐cut produce. However, research focus of UV‐C has recently shifted from safety of sterilisation damage towards improvements in quality. Red cabbage ...

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Sustainable recovery of grape skins for use in an apple beverage with antiglycation properties

08-Nov-2016 | Vera Lavelli, Pedapati S.C. Sri Harsha, Maria Piochi, Luisa Torri, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2016

Summary An apple puree formulated with red grape skins was developed on pilot scale as a new beverage with antiglycation properties. The addition level of grape skins was selected by a liking test with 70 consumers. The selected formulation was a fibre‐rich source and delivered grape ...

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Development of microbiologically safe mung bean sprouts using combination treatment of sodium hypochlorite and gamma radiation

24-Dec-2015 | Vandan Nagar, Lipika Pansare Godambe, Ravindranath Shashidhar, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2015

Summary Specific group of people, with impaired immune system, are recommended to consume pathogen‐free foods. In this study, microbiologically safe ready‐to‐eat (RTE) mung bean sprouts were developed using combination treatment (CT) with 200ppm sodium hypochlorite and 12kGy dose of gamma ...

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Effect of thermal processing and digestive protease on the antioxidant capacity of fruit juice–milk beverage model systems under simulated gastrointestinal digestion

20-Jul-2015 | Zhiyong He, Bo Yuan, Maomao Zeng, Jie Chen, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2015

Summary The effects of thermal processing and digestive protease on the antioxidant capacity of fruit juice–milk beverage (FJMB) models containing whey protein (WP) and chlorogenic acid or catechin (CAT) under invitro digestion were investigated. After gastric digestion, the FJMB showed a ...

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Towards a biosensor to monitor the sterilisation efficiency of aseptic filling machines

16-Mar-2015 | Jan Oberländer, Alexander Bromm, Luisa Wendeler, Heiko Iken, Marlena Palomar Durán, Anton Greeff, Patrick Kirchner, ..., physica status solidi (a), 2015

Sterilisation processes are compulsory in medicine, pharmacy, and food industries to prevent infections of consumers and microbiological contaminations of products. Monitoring the sterilisation by conventional microbiological methods is time‐ and lab‐consuming. To overcome this problem, in this ...

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Elaboration of small‐diameter vascular prostheses—Selection of appropriate sterilisation method

22-Apr-2014 | Olga Chrzanowska, Marcin Henryk Struszczyk, Izabella Krucinska, Michał Puchalski, Lucyna Herczyńska, Michał Chrzanowski, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2014

ABSTRACT The aim of study is the elaboration of semi‐biodegradable, multilayered tubular structures as substitutes for the reconstruction of small diameter vascular prostheses (w) and crystallinity index (CI) of the PLGA tubular structures after EO and steam sterilisation were evaluated. The ...

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Inactivation of Bacillus spores in batch vs continuous heating systems at sterilisation temperatures

08-Apr-2014 | Marina Stoeckel, Setya B M Abduh, Zeynep Atamer, Jörg Hinrichs, International Journal of Dairy Technology, 2014

This study was performed to assess the heat resistance of spores of Bacillus species in batch and continuous heating systems under commercial sterilisation conditions. Spores of thermophilic Bacillus smithii and mesophilic Bacillus amyloliquefaciens were found to be highly heat resistant in the ...

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DLC‐coated pure bioplastic foil

01-Apr-2014 | Magdalena Rohrbeck, Christian Fischer, Stefan Wehner, Jutta Meier, Werner Manz, Vakuum in Forschung und Praxis, 2014

Abstract Polymers made of renewable resources increasingly replace conventional plastic materials made of petroleum. Socalled bioplastics can be found e. g. in food industry, for agricultural usage or in the medical field. The range of applications can be further expanded with specialized ...

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Effect of high pressure high temperature processing on the volatile fraction of differently coloured carrots

19-Jan-2014 | Author(s): Biniam T. Kebede , Tara Grauwet , Stijn Palmers , Liesbeth Vervoort , Reinhold Carle , Marc Hendric ..., Food Chemistry, 2014

Publication date: 15 June 2014 Source:Food Chemistry, Volume 153 Author(s): Biniam T. Kebede , Tara Grauwet , Stijn Palmers , Liesbeth Vervoort , Reinhold Carle , Marc Hendrickx , Ann Van Loey To get deeper insight into the effect of high pressure high temperature (HPHT) processing ...

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Analytical study on irradiated methylxanthine derivatives

08-Nov-2012 | Barbara Marciniec, Maciej Stawny, Karol Olszewski, Maciej Kozak, Marek Naskrent, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2012

The effect of ionising radiation on the physico-chemical properties of three derivatives of xanthine: caffeine, theophylline and theobromine, has been studied. The above-drugs in the solid phase have been irradiated with E-beam of the energy 9.96 MeV with the doses varied from 25 to 400 kGy. The ...

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