Apparent ileal digestibility of Maillard reaction products in growing pigs

  title={Apparent ileal digestibility of Maillard reaction products in growing pigs},
  author={Sergio Salazar-Villanea and Claire I. Butr{\'e} and Peter Alexander Wierenga and E M A M Bruininx and Harry Gruppen and Wouter H. Hendriks and Antonius F. B. van der Poel},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
The absorption of Maillard reaction products (MRP) from dietary origin has been linked to the occurrence of chronic diseases. The aim of the present study was to determine the effects of toasting time of rapeseed meal (RSM) and the processing method of the diets (pelleting and extrusion) that included RSM on the apparent ileal digestibility (AID) of total lysine, fructosyl-lysine (FL), carboxymethyl-lysine (CML), carboxyethyl-lysine (CEL), lanthionine (LAN) and lysinoalanine (LAL) in growing… Expand
5 Citations
Processing temperature and sugar type affect the rate and the extent of proteolysis of a model soy protein isolate system
Abstract Processing of ingredients and diets using hydrothermal treatments can lead to negative effects on the nutritional value of proteins, depending on the processing conditions and the matrix ofExpand
Antidiabetic Food-Derived Peptides for Functional Feeding: Production, Functionality and In Vivo Evidences
The whole process that must be considered when talking about including these molecules as a bioactive ingredient, concerning bioavailability in vitro and in situ, stability and functionality in food matrices, and ultimately, the in vivo evidence is summarized. Expand
Simultaneous hydrolysis with lipase and fermentation of rapeseed cake for iturin A production by Bacillus amyloliquefaciens CX-20
This study investigated the feasibility of using untreated low-cost RSC as nitrogen source to produce the valuable cyclic lipopeptide antibiotic iturin A using Bacillus amyloliquefaciens CX-20 in submerged fermentation and found that simultaneous hydrolysis with lipase and fermentation was an effective way to produce itur in A from RSC. Expand
The potential role of dietary advanced glycation endproducts in the development of chronic non-infectious diseases: a narrative review
Current evidence of their potential role in the development of several chronic non-infectious clinical conditions, some general suggestions on how to restrict them in the diet and evidence regarding the potential benefits of lowering their consumption are presented. Expand


Pelleting and extrusion can ameliorate negative effects of toasting of rapeseed meal on protein digestibility in growing pigs.
Processing (pelleting and extrusion) of RSM containing diets can ameliorate the negative effects of R SM toasting on protein and amino acid digestibility; these effects were larger for the RSM toasted for longer times. Expand
Nutritional and metabolic consequences of the early Maillard reaction of heat treated milk in the pig
It was confirmed that lactuloselysine was not bioavailable and the loss in protein nutritive value was mainly due and proportional to the deterioration of lysine and, to a lesser extent, to the decrease in the digestibility of some essential AA. Expand
Digestibility of extruded proteins and metabolic transit of Nε-carboxymethyllysine in rats
It is revealed that protein-bound CML was not affected by the oral dose of CML, and the highest free CML level found in the circulation was 600 ng/mL, and Extruded proteins appear to be well digested, and CML rapidly eliminated. Expand
Effects of heat treatment on the apparent and standardized ileal digestibility of amino acids in canola meal fed to growing pigs
Abstract An experiment was conducted to determine effects of heat damage on the apparent ileal digestibility (AID) and the standardized ileal digestibility (SID) of crude protein (CP) and amino acidsExpand
Amino acid digestibility in heated soybean meal fed to growing pigs.
The digestibility of all AA in autoclaved SBM is linearly reduced as the autoclaving time increases from 0 to 30 min, and it is most likely that autoclave at 125°C results in Maillard reactions in SBM. Expand
Metabolic transit of N(ε)-carboxymethyl-lysine after consumption of AGEs from bread crust.
Faecal excretion of CML was strongly influenced by dietary CML levels and represents the major route of excretion, whereas serum levels of protein-bound CML were unchanged, indicating the importance of measuring the free CML in this fluid as a real index of dietary C ML. Expand
Urinary excretion of dietary Maillard reaction products in healthy adult female cats.
This study shows that dietary MRP in commercial diets are absorbed and excreted via the kidneys in cats, and the observed decrease in urinary recovery suggests a limiting factor in digestion, absorption, metabolism, or urinary excretion. Expand
Ileal digestibility of dietary protein in the growing pig and adult human
Overall, this supports the use of the pig as a model for predicting differences among dietary protein digestibility, especially regarding true ileal N Digestibility, in man. Expand
Dose-dependent utilisation of casein-linked lysinoalanine, N(epsilon)-fructoselysine and N(epsilon)-carboxymethyllysine in rats.
The dose-dependent utilisation of dietary protein-linked LAL, FL and CML in rats has been demonstrated for the first time to vary substantially from each other. Expand
The poor digestibility of rapeseed protein is balanced by its very high metabolic utilization in humans.
RP has a low RID in humans compared with other plant proteins but also exhibits a very low deamination rate, and the PBV of RP is excellent in humans, being as high as that of milk protein. Expand