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Impact of probiotics on risk factors for cardiovascular diseases. A review.
Probiotic microorganisms have historically been used to rebalance disturbed intestinal microbiota and to diminish gastrointestinal disorders, such as diarrhea or inflammatory bowel diseases (e.g., Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis). Recent studies explore the potential for expanded uses of prob...
Reinventing the role of consumer research in today's open innovation ecosystem.
We propose that CR transform itself in light of accelerated knowledge expansion, mounting global, and local economic pressure on corporations and changing consumer needs. The transformation moves from its traditional testing into creating profoundly new knowledge of the product and understanding of...
Peanut allergens: an overview.
Peanut is recognized as a potent food allergen producing one of the most frequent food allergies. This fact has originated the publication of an elevated number of scientific reports dealing with peanut allergens and, especially, the prevalence of peanut allergy. For this reason, the information ava...
Mass spectrometry-based fingerprinting of proteins & peptides in wine quality control: a critical overview.
We have critically revised and updated the literature dealing with wine quality control based on protein or peptide mass spectrometry-based fingerprinting. A number of pitfalls in the experimental design of most work dealing with this subject are highlighted along with recommendations on how to circ...
An ecological perspective of Listeria monocytogenes biofilms in food processing facilities.
We suggest that contamination patterns may be studied in the context of how biofilm formation is influenced by the environment within food processing facilities. In this review, direct and indirect epidemiological and phenotypic evidence of lineage-related biofilm formation capacity to specific ecol...
Rapeseed and its Products-Sources of Bioactive Compounds: A Review of their Characteristics and Analysis.
Extensive studies of rapeseed varieties, meals and rapeseed oils revealed that they are rich sources of natural components having antioxidant properties. In this review the characteristic of bioactive compounds in rapeseed cultivars, meals and oils will be presented. The analytical methods of antiox...
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Cryogenics and its application with reference to spice grinding: a review.
Cryogenics is the study of very low temperature and its application on different materials including biological products. Cryogenics has numerous applications in space science, electronics, automobiles, the manufacturing industry, sports and musical instruments, biological science and agriculture, e...
The Arrhenius equation revisited.
The Arrhenius equation has been widely used as a model of the temperature effect on the rate of chemical reactions and biological processes in foods. Since the model requires that the rate increase monotonically with temperature, its applicability to enzymatic reactions and microbial growth, which h...