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Fire Ant-Detecting Canines: A Complementary Method in Detecting Red Imported Fire Ants
ABSTRACT In this investigation, detection dogs are trained and used in identifying red imported fire ants, Solenopsis invicta Buren, and their nests. The methodology could assist in reducing the
The effect of ferrous-chelating hairtail peptides on iron deficiency and intestinal flora in rats.
The novel ferrous-chelating hairtail peptides may be a suitable fortificant for improving iron-deficiency status and demonstrated that this multi-tracer technique has many applications in nutritional research.
Changes in the Physical and Chemical and Volatile Flavor Characteristics of Scomberomorus niphonius during Chilled and Frozen Storage
Changes in chemical, textural, and volatile flavor properties were investigated for mackerel fish (Scomberomorus niphonius) stored in cold rooms and freezers. Correlation and multivariate analysis
Study of Anti-Fatigue Effect in Rats of Ferrous Chelates Including Hairtail Protein Hydrolysates
Fe-HPH chelate revealed an anti-fatigue effect, similar to or better than the positive control substance and superior to HPH or Fe when provided alone.
Antioxidant Activities of Ferrous-Chelating Peptides Isolated From Five Types of Low-Value Fish Protein Hydrolysates
Five types of low-value fish protein hydrolysates (FPH) and ferrous-chelating peptides [Fe(II)–FPH] were prepared from Pacific mackerel, Spanish mackerel, hairtail, Japanese anchovy and horse
Insights into ice-growth inhibition by trehalose and alginate oligosaccharides in peeled Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) during frozen storage.
The obtained structural details of the ice crystals interface affected by trehalose and alginate oligosaccharides were well in agreement with the histological (H&E staining) experimental results, helping to better understand the ice-growth inhibition mechanisms of saccharides in frozen shrimp.
Pubertal delay in male nonhuman primates (Macaca mulatta) treated with methylphenidate
The findings indicate that MPH administration, beginning before puberty, and which produced clinically relevant blood levels of the drug, impaired pubertal testicular development until ∼5 y of age, suggesting that the impact of MPH on puberty is not permanent.
Effects of Fe (II)-chelating hairtail protein hydrolysates on the immune characteristics and intestinal microorganisms in loach (Misgurnus anguillicaudatus)
Abstract To study the effects of Fe (II)-chelating hairtail protein hydrolysates [Fe (II)-HPH] on digestive enzymes, non-specific immunity and intestinal microbial community in loach, a total of 300
Genotoxicity and acute oral toxicity of peptides ferrous chelates of Hairtail protein
Objective: To investigate the genotoxicity and acute oral toxicity of peptides ferrous chelates of Hairtail protein (Fe (II)-FPH) and to provide scientific and rational experimental basis for its
Effect of atmospheric cold plasma treatment on ready-to-eat wine-pickled Bullacta exarata
Abstract Ready-to-eat wine-pickled Bullacta exarata was treated by atmospheric cold plasma (ACP) at 40, 50 and 60 kV for 3 min and stored at 4 °C for 0, 3, 6, 9 and 12d. The changes of moisture,