Hui-Huang Chen

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To study the characteristics of the complex supply chain, a invulnerability analysis method based on the complex network theory is proposed. The topological structure and dynamic characteristics of the complex supply chain network were analyzed. The fact was found that the network is with general characteristics of the complex network, and with the(More)
In an attempt to obtain bacterial cellulose (BC) with improved rehydration ability, Tween 80, urea, fluorescent brightener, hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose (HPMC) and carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) were introduced into BC fermentation medium. Measurements of the mechanical strength of the resulting BCs (TBC, UBC, FBC, HBC and CBC) showed a decline except for(More)
The hydrolyzed gelatin peptides, obtained from the hydrolysis of Tilapia nilotica skin gelatin with alcalase and pronase E, were fractionated using an ultrafiltration system into hydrolyzed gelatin peptides-a (10 kDa membrane), hydrolyzed gelatin peptides-b1, and hydrolyzed gelatin peptides-b2 (5 kDa membrane) fractions. The highest oxygen radical(More)
Low molecular weight chitosan (LMWC) and nisin, recognized as cationic antibacterial agents (CAAs), inhibit bacterial growth by interacting with the anionically charged cell wall. In this study, alanine uptake significantly reduced the anionic cell surface charge, as determined by the zeta potential (ZP) measurements, of Staphylococcus aureus, resulting(More)
Addition of microcapsules with a high dielectric constant and low specific heat capacity to a battered layer was designed to create a higher temperature in the crust than in the prefried fish nuggets to prevent the water vapor in the fish nuggets from migrating to the crust during microwave heating. Therefore, chitosan-silica hybrids and soybean oil were(More)
This study examined the thermal galation characteristics of myofibrillar protein (MP) and salt-ground horse mackerel surimi that had been mixed with hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC). Analysis, using thermal scanning rigidity monitor and differential scanning calorimetry, demonstrated that thermal gelation begins in the thermo-reversible HPMC gel used in(More)
Changes in purine-related compounds of tilapia surimi product during processing were investigated. The washing step could, result in about 60% decrease of total purine content in tilapia mince during processing. The main released purine substance was inosine monophosphate. The major reducing effect was conducted in the first 10 min during washing. No(More)
We investigated the combined antimicrobial effect of nisin and chitosan hydrolysates (CHs) by regulating the antimicrobial reaction order of substances due to differential releasing rate from hydroxypropylmethylcellulose-modified bacterial cellulose (HBC). The minimum inhibitory concentration of nisin against Staphylococcus aureus and that of CHs against(More)
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