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Research highlights ► Chocolate-flavoured drink mixes have high N &z.epsiv; -carboxymethyl-lysine contents. ► LC–MS/MS has been developed for the analysis of CML and lysine in drink mixes. ► Delipidation is not needed prior to the analysis of CML in drink mixes. ► Reduction is...
Research highlights ► There are some honey samples, commonly considered as blossom honeys, that could in fact be honeydew honeys. ► So, we have determined pysicochemical parameters and sugar composition in these suspected honeydew and in blossom honeys. After application of multivariate...
Research highlights ► The studied mushrooms are widely appreciated in gastronomy. ► They revealed high protein and carbohydrate contents, and low fat levels. ► Water soluble polysaccharidic and ethanolic fractions revealed high antioxidant activity. ► Phenolic acids, tocopherols and...
Research highlights ► Peptides with MW between 390 and 1400 Da showed great antiproliferative activities. ► A peptide, LPHVLTPEAGAT (1206 Da), showed MCF-7 inhibition with IC 50 value of 8.1 μM. ► A peptide, PTAEGGVYMVT (1124 Da), showed MCF-7 inhibition with IC 50 value of 8.8 μM.
Research highlights ► Lipophilic components in wheat bran and germ inhibit α-glucosidase hydrolysis. ► Phytochemicals in wheat bran and germ contribute to its low GI property. ► Phosphatidic acids are potent inhibitors of α-glucosidase enzymic hydrolysis. ► Phosphate group in glycerides...
Research highlights ► A modified CUPRAC procedure was used to estimate the total polyphenols in wine. ► Fourteen wine samples were analysed and results expressed as tannic acid concentration. ► The proposed procedure is about 1.5 more sensitive than the Folin–Ciocalteu method. ► It is...
Research highlights ► Organic acerola presented higher concentration of AA and total vitamin C. ► Organic and conventional fruits were considered excellent sources of vitamin C. ► The studied fruits contribute to meet the nutritional requirements of vitamin A. ► Acerola was the most...
This article has been retracted: please see Elsevier Policy on Article Withdrawal ( http://www.elsevier.com/locate/withdrawalpolicy ). This article has been retracted at the request of the Editor as the authors have plagiarized part of a published PhD thesis entitled “Studies on the...
Research highlights ► Combination of infrared and chemometrics opens the possibility to discriminate between Australian and New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. ► This type of method used by the wine industry will guarantee the provenance of the wines to the consumers. ► This method will also help...
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