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Marine Drugs, Vol. 16, Pages 184: The Efficacy of MAG-DHA for Correcting AA/DHA Imbalance of Cystic Fibrosis Patients

26-May-2018 | Morin, Caroline ; Cantin, André M.; Vézina, Félix-Antoine ; Fortin, Samuel, Marine Drugs, 2018

Marine Drugs, Vol. 16, Pages 184: The Efficacy of MAG-DHA for Correcting AA/DHA Imbalance of Cystic Fibrosis Patients Marine Drugs doi: 10.3390/md16060184 Authors: Caroline Morin André M. Cantin Félix-Antoine Vézina Samuel Fortin Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (n-3 PUFA) ...

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Stability and Antioxidant Activity of Annatto (Bixa orellana L.) Tocotrienols During Frying and in Fried Tortilla Chips

16-Jan-2018 | Jill K. Winkler‐Moser, Erica L. Bakota, Hong‐Sik Hwang, Journal of Food Science, 2018

Abstract Annatto tocotrienols (AnT3), which contain approximately 90% δ‐tocotrienol (δ‐T3), were added to mid‐oleic sunflower oil used for frying tortilla chips over 3 d. The objectives were to evaluate their stability during frying, absorption by the fried food, and activity as antioxidants ...

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Assessment of thermo‐oxidative rancidity in sunflower oil and fried potato chips stabilised with oleoresin sage (Salvia officinalis L.) and ascorbyl palmitate by altered triglycerides and electronic nose

22-Dec-2017 | Sneha Sehwag, Rohit Upadhyay, Hari N. Mishra, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2017

Summary Oleoresin sage (Salvia officinalis) (SAG) (200–1500mgkg−1), ascorbyl palmitate (AP) (100–300mgkg−1) and TBHQ (200mgkg−1) were assessed for delaying the thermo‐oxidation in sunflower oil (SO) during 18h of frying (180 °C). Electronic nose compared the global aroma fingerprints of ...

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Olive pomace in diet limits lipid peroxidation of sausages from Cinta Senese swine

01-Sep-2017 | Andrea Serra, Giuseppe Conte, Manuela Giovannetti, Laura Casarosa, Monica Agnolucci, Francesca Ciucci, Michela Palla ..., European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 2017

Abstract In order to examine whether olive pomace (OP), the mean by‐product of olive oil extraction, could be included in the animal diet, its effect on the raw mixture and sausages made from meat from OP‐fed Cinta Senese swine was tested by comparing it with a diet supplemented with high ...

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A simple enzymatic process to produce functional lipids from vegetable and fish oil mixtures

21-Aug-2017 | M. Marín‐Suárez, R. Morales‐Medina, E.M. Guadix, A. Guadix, European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 2017

Abstract Functional lipids (e.g. those triacylglyerols containing EPA and DHA, besides others) are related to the prevention and treatment of many cardiovascular diseases. Furthermore, fatty acids located at the central bond (sn‐2) of triacylglycerols are more efficiently absorbed via ...

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Alkyl‐branched Fatty Compounds: Hydro‐alkylation of Non‐activated Alkenes with Haloalkanes Mediated by Ethylaluminum Sesquichloride

12-Aug-2017 | Ursula Biermann, Jürgen O. Metzger, European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 2017

Abstract The general method for the cationic hydro‐alkyl addition to the nonactivated C=C double bond of alkenes mediated by ethylaluminum sesquichloride (Et3Al2Cl3) has been importantly improved and simplified by using haloalkanes (primary, secondary, tertiary) instead of alkyl ...

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Natural antioxidants from herbs and spices improve the oxidative stability and frying performance of vegetable oils

25-Jul-2017 | Lucía Redondo‐Cuevas, Gloria Castellano, Vassilios Raikos, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2017

Summary Lipid oxidation has been identified as the major deterioration process of vegetable oils. Undesirable effects are even more profound when food processing involves high temperatures in the presence of oxygen. Natural ground herbs (black pepper, ginger, turmeric, rosemary and oregano) ...

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In This Issue [This Week in PNAS]

25-Jul-2017 | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2017

Self-organization in biological systems Dislodged mussel on sandy sediment. Self-organized systems create patterns resulting from interactions between components. Mónica López Pereira et al. (pp. 7975–7980) evaluated intraspecific interference-driven self-organization in sunflower stands. The ...

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Light-mediated self-organization of sunflower stands increases oil yield in the field [Agricultural Sciences]

25-Jul-2017 | Mónica López Pereira; Victor O. Sadras; William Batista; Jorge J. Casal; Antonio J. Hall, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2017

Here, we show a unique crop response to intraspecific interference, whereby neighboring sunflower plants in a row avoid each other by growing toward a more favorable light environment and collectively increase production per unit land area. In high-density stands, a given plant inclined toward ...

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Common components and specific weights analysis for the discrimination and evaluation of vegetable oil quality

12-Jul-2017 | Maresa Custódio Molinari Ferreira, Poliana Macedo dos Santos, Valéria Rampazzo, Evandro Bona, Jorge Leonardo Sanchez ..., International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2017

Summary The aim of this study was to assess the quality of different vegetable oils by applying common components and specific weights analysis as a tool for the evaluation and discrimination of chromatography, spectral and physicochemical data. This multiblock method of data analysis divided ...

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