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Pectic-oligosaccharides prepared by dynamic high-pressure microfluidization and their in vitro fermentation properties.
Pectic-oligosaccharides (POSs) were prepared from apple pectin by dynamic high-pressure microfluidization (DHPM). Operating under selected conditions (pectin concentration 1.84%, solution temperatureExpand
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Characterization and bioavailability of tea polyphenol nanoliposome prepared by combining an ethanol injection method with dynamic high-pressure microfluidization.
Tea polyphenols are major polyphenolic substances found in green tea with various biological activities. To overcome their instability toward oxygen and alkaline environments, tea polyphenolExpand
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Improved in vitro digestion stability of (-)-epigallocatechin gallate through nanoliposome encapsulation.
(-)-Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is unstable and degraded in near-neutral or alkaline fluids. To overcome its limitation, EGCG nanoliposome (EN) was prepared by an ethanol injection methodExpand
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Involvement of protein kinase and G proteins in the signal transduction of benzophenanthridine alkaloid biosynthesis.
We have previously reported that elicitor-induced benzophenanthridine alkaloid biosynthesis in suspension-cell cultures of Sanguinaria canadensis L. (SCP-GM) is mediated by a signal transductionExpand
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Probing the effect of acylation on arabinofuranose ring conformation in di- and trisaccharide fragments of mycobacterial arabinogalactan.
A major component of the cell wall of mycobacteria is the mycolyl-arabinogalactan (mAG) complex. The arabinose and galactose residues in mAG are found solely in the furanose form, and it has beenExpand
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Inhibitory Effects of Enterolactone on Growth and Metastasis in Human Breast Cancer
A lignan-rich diet is associated with a lower risk of human breast cancer. Enterolactone, an active polyphenol metabolites of lignan, was reported to have an antitumor effect. We investigated theExpand
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Anti-biofouling properties of amphiphilic phosphorylcholine polymer films.
  • Y. Li, C. Liu, +4 authors J. R. Lu
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Colloids and surfaces. B, Biointerfaces
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Surfaces of amphiphilic phosphorylcholine polymer (PC1036) prepared by spin-coating were characterized by spectroscopic ellipsometry, water contact angle and atomic force microscopy. The antifoulingExpand
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Pectin Modifications: A Review
In recent years, the interest in studying modification of pectin has increased. A number of hydroxyl and carboxyl groups distributed along the backbone as well as a certain amount of neutral sugarsExpand
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Pluronics modified liposomes for curcumin encapsulation: Sustained release, stability and bioaccessibility.
The present work evaluated the feasibility of different pluronics (F127, F87 and P85) utilized as modifiers to improve the stability and bioaccessibility of curcumin liposomes (cur-Lps). PluronicsExpand
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Medium-chain fatty acid nanoliposomes for easy energy supply.
OBJECTIVE Developing a nanoliposome delivery system for an easy energy supply of medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) to improve oral doses and bioavailability. METHODS Bangham's method andExpand
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