Jinshui Wang

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An activity-directed fractionation and purification process was used to identify the antioxidative components of emblica fruit. Dried fruit of emblica was extracted with methanol and then partitioned by ethyl ether, ethyl acetate, butanol and water. The ethyl acetate fraction showed the strongest 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging(More)
Developers often have to locate the parts of the source code that contribute to a specific feature during software maintenance tasks. This activity, referred to as feature location in software engineering, is a human- and knowledge-intensive process. Researchers have investigated information retrieval, static/dynamic analysis based techniques to assist(More)
Grass carp muscles were hydrolyzed with various proteases (papain, bovine pancreatin 6.0, bromelain, neutrase 1.5MG and alcalase 2.4L) to extract antioxidant peptides. The hydrolysates were assessed using methods of hydroxyl radical scavenging ability and lipid peroxidation inhibition activity. Hydrolysate prepared with alcalase 2.4L was found to have the(More)
Feature location is a human-oriented and information-intensive process. When performing feature location tasks with existing tools, developers often feel it difficult to formulate an accurate feature query (e.g., keywords) and determine the relevance of returned results. In this paper, we propose a feature location approach that supports multi-faceted(More)
Developers often have to locate the parts of source code that contribute to a specific feature during software maintenance tasks. This activity, referred to as feature location in software engineering, is a humanand knowledge-intensive process. Researchers have investigated (semi-)automatic analysis based techniques to assist developers in such feature(More)
BACKGROUND Casein is the main proteinaceous component of milk and has made us interest due to its wide applications in the food, drug, and cosmetic industries as well as to its importance as an investigation material for elucidating essential questions regarding the protein chemistry. Enzymatic hydrolysis is an important method commonly used in the(More)
Wei Li1,2, Cheng Zheng3*, Jinshui Wang4, Youyuan Shao1, Yanxiang Gao2, Zhengxiang Ning4 and Yueming Jiang5 College of Biological Engineering, Hubei University of Technology, Wuhan 430068, PR China College of Food Science and Nutritional Engineering, China Agriculture University, Beijing 100083, PR China College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,(More)
A novel spectrophotometric method for determination of tryptophan content in protein hydrolysates has been developed. The reagent used is diphenylamine sulphonate which is oxidised to diphenylbenzidine sulphonic acid after reacting with sodium nitrite in the sulphuric acid medium. The unstable oxidation product reacts quickly with sodium nitrite to produce(More)
Controlled enzymatic modification proteins are currently being used as good sources of bioactive protein ingredients, and hydrolysates derived from bighead carp muscles may serve as antioxidants through the control of the processing-related parameters. The antioxidant ability was evaluated with regard to the scavenging effect on free radical DPPH, OH and O2(More)
Pretreatment is vital to keep the bioactivities of polysaccharides. In this paper, the effects of hot water, ultrasonic and microwave extraction, as well as the effects of protein and pigment removal steps, on the antioxidant activity of water soluble polysaccharides in jujube (WSPJ) were studied. Hydroxyl free radical (OH) scavenging activity was adopted(More)