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Effect of processing conditions of dicalcium phosphate cements on graft resorption and bone formation

19-Feb-2017 | Author(s): Zeeshan Sheikh, Yu Ling Zhang, Faleh Tamimi, Jake Barralet, Acta Biomaterialia, 2017

Publication date: Available online 15 February 2017 Source:Acta Biomaterialia Author(s): Zeeshan Sheikh, Yu Ling Zhang, Faleh Tamimi, Jake Barralet Dicalcium phosphate cements (brushite and monetite) are resorbable biomaterials with osteoconductive potential for bone repair and ...

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A review on microbiological decontamination of fresh produce with nonthermal plasma

04-Feb-2017 | C. Pignata, D. D'Angelo, E. Fea, G. Gilli, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2017

Summary Food safety is a critical public health issue for consumers and the food industry because microbiological contamination of food causes considerable social and economic burdens on health care. Most foodborne illness comes from animal production, but as of the mid‐1990s in the United ...

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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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Cell Response to Sterilised Electrospun Poly(ε‐caprolactone) Scaffolds to Aid Tendon Regeneration In Vivo

21-Sep-2016 | P Bhaskar, LA Bosworth, R Wong, MA O'Brien, H Kriel, E Smit, DA McGrouther, JK Wong, SH Cartmell, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 2016

Abstract The functional replacement of tendon represents an unmet clinical need in situations of tendon rupture, tendon grafting and complex tendon reconstruction, as usually there is a finite source of healthy tendon to use as donors. The micro fibrous architecture of tendon is critical to ...

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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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Ernst Rüdin’s Unpublished 1922-1925 Study “Inheritance of Manic-Depressive Insanity”: Genetic Research Findings Subordinated to Eugenic Ideology

06-Nov-2015 | Gundula Kösters et al., PLoS Genetics, 2015

by Gundula Kösters, Holger Steinberg, Kenneth Clifford Kirkby, Hubertus Himmerich In the early 20th century, there were few therapeutic options for mental illness and asylum numbers were rising. This pessimistic outlook favoured the rise of the eugenics movement. Heredity was assumed to be the ...

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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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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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rhegf-Loaded Plga-Alginate Microspheres Enhance The Healing Of Full-Thickness Excisional Wounds In Diabetised Wistar Rats

21-Jul-2013 | Author(s): Garazi Gainza , José Javier Aguirre , José Luis Pedraz , Rosa María Hernández , Manoli Igartua, European Journal of Pharmaceutical Science, 2013

Publication date: Available online 17 July 2013 Source:European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Author(s): Garazi Gainza , José Javier Aguirre , José Luis Pedraz , Rosa María Hernández , Manoli Igartua Diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) represent a major clinical challenge in the ageing ...

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