Resistant starch from five Himalayan rice cultivars and Horse chestnut: Extraction method optimization and characterization

@article{Gani2020ResistantSF,
  title={Resistant starch from five Himalayan rice cultivars and Horse chestnut: Extraction method optimization and characterization},
  author={Adil Gani and Bilal Ahmad Ashwar and Gazalla Akhter and Asir Gani and Asima Shah and Farooq Ahmad Masoodi and Idrees Ahmed Wani},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2020},
  volume={10}
}
In this study resistant starch (RS) was extracted from five Himalayan rice cultivars and Indian Horse chestnut (HCN) using porcine pancreatin enzyme following which it was subsequently characterized for its physicochemical, structural and functional properties. In vitro digestibility test showed that RS content of the rice cultivars and HCN was in the range of 85.5 to 99.5%. The RS extracted from the rice cultivars and HCN showed significant difference in the apparent amylose content (AAC… Expand
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