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Synthesis and antioxidant property of hydroxycinnamoyl maltodextrin derivatives

22-Aug-2016 | Yi Ma, Chang‐Jun Hou, Huan‐Bao Fa, Dan‐Qun Huo, Mei Yang, International Journal of Food Science & Technology, 2016

Summary This study was focused on developing new hydroxycinnamoyl maltodextrin derivatives to evaluate their antioxidant activity and cytotoxicity. Vanillic acid, caffeic acid and ferulic acid were covalently attached to maltodextrin. The prepared derivatives were confirmed by ATR‐IR and ...


Effect of boron oxide addition on the viscosity‐temperature behaviour and structure of phosphate‐based glasses

09-Jan-2016 | Nusrat Sharmin, Muhammad S Hasan, Chris D Rudd, Daniel Boyd, Ulrike Werner‐Zwanziger, Ifty Ahmed, Andrew J Parsons, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 2016

Abstract In this study, nine phosphate‐based glass formulations from the system P2O5‐CaO‐Na2O‐MgO‐B2O3 were prepared with P2O5 content fixed as 40, 45 and 50 mol%, where Na2O was replaced by 5 and 10 mol% B2O3 and MgO and CaO were fixed to 24 and 16 mol%, respectively. The effect of B2O3 ...


Perfusion pressure and blood flow determine microvascular apparent viscosity

26-May-2015 | Ozlem Yalcin, Daniel Ortiz, Alexander T Williams, Paul C. Johnson, Pedro Cabrales, Experimental Physiology, 2015

The study of blood flow regulation is important to understand and resolve pathological conditions. As blood is a complex non‐Newtonian multiphase system, the foundations of blood rheological properties have been obtained mostly in viscometers. However, blood rheological behavior in vivo depends ...


Ultrasound Viscosity Measurements Allow Determination of Gas Volume Fraction in Foamed Gels

08-Mar-2013 | M. Tomczyńska‐Mleko, L. Ozimek, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 2013

Abstract Aerated whey protein gels were obtained by gelation of preheated solutions at room temperature by calcium, magnesium and ferrum (II) ions at different pH and protein concentration. The density of aerated and non‐aerated gels was determined by the flotation method. Dynamic viscosity ...


Predicting human blood viscosity in silico [Biophysics and Computational Biology]

19-Jul-2011 | Fedosov, D. A., Pan, W., Caswell, B., Gompper, G., Karniadakis, G. E., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2011

The viscosity of blood has long been used as an indicator in the understanding and treatment of disease, and the advent of modern viscometers allows its measurement with ever-improving clinical convenience. However, these advances have not been matched by theoretical developments that can yield a ...


Well plate microfluidic system for investigation of dynamic platelet behavior under variable shear loads

23-Jun-2011 | Conant, Carolyn G.; Schwartz, Michael A.; Beecher, Jody E.; Rudoff, Roger C.; Ionescu‐Zanetti, Cristian; Nevi ..., Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2011

Abstract The study of platelet behavior in real‐time under controlled shear stress offers insights into the underlying mechanisms of many vascular diseases and enables evaluation of platelet‐focused therapeutics. The two most common methods used to study platelet behavior at the vessel wall ...


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