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Pulse proteins: Processing, characterization, functional properties and applications in food and feed
An overview of the characteristics of pulse proteins, current and emerging techniques for their fractionation, their major functional properties and opportunities for their use in various applications is provided.
Microbial, physical and sensory properties of yogurt supplemented with lentil flour
Abstract In this study, skim milk (9.5% w/v solid content) was supplemented with 1–3% (w/v) lentil flour or skim milk powder, inoculated with a yogurt culture, fermented and stored at 4 °C. Acid
Effect of the addition of pulse ingredients to milk on acid production by probiotic and yoghurt starter cultures
All ingredients used for supplementation improved the acidification rate of probiotic cultures, and the highest effects were obtained with lentil and soy flour.
Microbial and Physical Properties of Probiotic Fermented Milk Supplemented with Lentil Flour
Skim milk (9.5 % w/v solid content) was supplemented with 1-3% (w/v) lentil flour or skim milk powder, inoculated with Lactobacillus rhamnosus AD 200 at 37 ?C and stored at 4 ?C. Acid production
Probiotic Milk Supplementation with Pea Flour: Microbial and Physical Properties
The effect of skim milk probiotic (L. rhamnosus AD200) fermented beverage supplementation with 1–3 % (w/v) pea flour (PF) or skim milk powder (SM) on acid production, microbial growth, physical
Photobiomodulation with 630 plus 810 nm wavelengths induce more in vitro cell viability of human adipose stem cells than human bone marrow-derived stem cells.
  • F. Zare, A. Moradi, +4 authors M. Bayat
  • Medicine, Chemistry
    Journal of photochemistry and photobiology. B…
  • 30 October 2019
It is demonstrated that PBM with the combined 630 + 810 nm lasers significantly stimulated cell viability, and significantly decreased PDT and apoptosis of hBM-MSCs and hASCs in vitro.
Combined therapy of photobiomodulation and adipose-derived stem cells synergistically improve healing in an ischemic, infected and delayed healing wound model in rats with type 1 diabetes mellitus
Combination therapy of PBM+ADS is more effective that either PBM or ADS in stimulating skin injury repair, and modulating inflammatory response in an MRSA-infected wound model of rats with DM1.
Photobiomodulation therapy compensate the impairments of diabetic bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells
PBM with energy density of 1 J/cm 2 and the periodicity of 1 or 2 times could improve diabetic MSC capabilities in the term of survival, proliferation, and apoptosis.
Green tea (Camellia sinensis) administration induces expression of immune relevant genes and biochemical parameters in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
It is suggested that green tea especially at 100 mg kg(-1) feed may effectively enhance the antioxidant system and immune system in rainbow trout.
Precise and efficient siRNA design: a key point in competent gene silencing
This review focuses on common algorithms and online software, and introduces a new scoring system used in the authors' experiments, which suggests that siRNAs suggested by a combination of tools seem to be more efficient.