Amylolytic

Fermentation, Vol. 6, Pages 36: Changes Occurring in Spontaneous Maize Fermentation: An Overview External link

Source country mdpi Monday, March 23, 2020 3:52:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAAmylolytic] (Amylolytic)amylolytic[1]; (FoodList)sugar[1];

Other categories: Nutrition Allergens; Bacillus; Probiotic; Bacteria;

Maize and its derived fermented products, as with other cereals, are fundamental for human nutrition in many countries of the world. Mixed cultures, principally constituted by lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and yeasts, are responsible for maize fermentation, thus increasing its nutritional value and extending the products’ shelf-life....

How a group of scientists turned bread into wine to fight climate change External link

Source country inverse Friday, February 28, 2020 8:06:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAAmylolytic] (Amylolytic)amylolytic[1]; (FoodList)feed[3]; bread[10]; new food[1]; wine[2]; food[13]; yeast[1]; Bread[2]; Food[1];

Entities: Aldo Moro[1];

Other categories: Carbon Dioxide and other Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Nitrogen; Probiotic; Environment; Feed; Food Contact Material; Proteolytic;

Humans waste an absurd amount of food, but a new study offers an ingenious way to reduce food waste and power science. Here's how it works: Researchers devised a way to feed waste bread to bacteria, which then can be used by bakeries, wineries, and makers of dairy products — all of which rely on microorganisms to aid fermentation....

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Pectolytic

Foods, Vol. 9, Pages 414: Pulsed Electric Field Processing of Red Grapes (cv. Rondinella): Modifications of Phenolic Fraction and Effects on Wine Evol External link

Source country mdpi Thursday, April 2, 2020 10:15:00 AM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAPectolytic] (Pectolytic)pectolytic[1]; (FoodList)Wine[1]; wine[3];

Other categories: Colours; Food Contact Material;

Pulsed electric field (PEF) is a non-thermal technology able to promote color and polyphenols extraction from grape skins. Most of the publications about PEF in winemaking report data concerning international varieties, poorly considering minor cultivars and the medium/long-term effects of the treatment on wine composition during storage....

Biological Function (S) and Application (S) of Pectin and External link

Source country biotech-asia Friday, March 13, 2020 3:06:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAPectolytic] (Pectolytic)pectolytic[1]; (FoodList)Wine[1]; soup[1]; seed[1]; fruit[9]; vegetable oil[1]; vegetable[3]; vegetables[1]; tea[3]; oil[5]; olive[1]; beverage[1]; Vegetable[1]; Food[1]; Feed[1]; Fruit[3]; fruit juice[4]; milk[1]; food[8]; Tea[1]; feed[3]; Jam[1]; coffee[3]; sugar[4]; wine[3]; aroma[2];

Entities: Global Market[1];

Other categories: GMOs in food & feed; GMOs in Environment; Methyl; Pharmaceuticals; Bacillus; Clostridium; Aspergillus; Antioxidants; Environment; Feed; Food Contact Material; GMO Environment; GM Microorganisms; Tickeners; Bacteria; Fungi; Artificial Tissues Adverse Effects;

Rhamnogalacturonan II (RG-II) RG-II amount to approximately 10% of the total pectin and is the most composite but structurally the most conserved group of pectin found in nature. It has similar backbone like HG but there are four conserved side chains A, B, C and D are invariably present....

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Proteolytic

Milk protein market set for strong growth at a CAGR of 5.43% between 2020 and 2026 External link

Source country einnews Wednesday, April 1, 2020 5:44:00 PM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAProteolytic] (Proteolytic)proteolytic[1]; (FoodList)yogurt[1]; beverage[1]; milk[22]; fat[2]; cream[1]; Cheese[1]; food[3]; Milk[6]; cheese[2];

Other categories: Probiotic;

set for strong growth at a CAGR of 5.43% between 2020 and 2026. Increase in the consumer awareness concerning the nutritional content of milk protein coupled with the growing availability of milk protein-based products is one of the major factors driving the milk protein market growth....

Nafamostat is expected to prevent the transmission of new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) External link

Source country eurekalert Monday, March 30, 2020 4:48:00 PM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAProteolytic] (Proteolytic)proteolytic[1]; (FoodList)infusion[1];

Other categories: WHO; MERS; Coronavirus Infection; Antiviral; Communicable disease; Toxins; Other Zoonoses; Tickeners;

Credit: Image: 2020 The University of Tokyo. Nafamostat mesylate (brand name: Fusan), which is the drug used to treat acute pancreatitis, may effectively block the requisite viral entry process the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) uses to spread and cause disease (COVID-19). The University of Tokyo announced these new findings on March 18, 2020....

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