Charin Thawornkuno

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Asaccharobacter celatus AHU1763 is a Gram-positive, obligate anaerobic, non-spore forming, rod-shaped bacteria that was successfully isolated from rat cecal content. Daizein was converted to equol via dihydrodaidzein by this bacterium. A crude enzyme that converted daidzein to dihydrodaidzein was detected mainly in the culture supernatant. The ability of(More)
BACKGROUND Isomaltosyloligosaccharides (IMO) and dextran (Dex) are hardly digestible in the small intestine and thus influence the luminal environment and affect the maintenance of health. There is wide variation in the degree of polymerization (DP) in Dex and IMO (short-sized IMO, S-IMO; long-sized IMO, L-IMO), and the physiological influence of these(More)
The presence of an α-1,6-glucosaccharide enhances absorption of water-soluble quercetin glycosides, a mixture of quercetin-3-O-β-d-glucoside (Q3G, 31.8%), mono (23.3%), di (20.3%) and more d-glucose adducts with α-1,4-linkage to a d-glucose moiety of Q3G, in a ligated small intestinal loop of anesthetized rats. We prepared α-1,6-glucosaccharides with(More)
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