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Improving Health Properties of Food by Sharing our Knowledge on the Digestive Process

STSMs Year 2

STSMs - Year 2 - From June 2012 to May 2013:

Year 2 - 1st part

Grantees

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Period

Scientific Report

Lineikro Lydia

Norway, Oslo, NOFIMA

United Kingdom, Dundee, The James Hutton Institute

Effects of food on in vitro pancreatic lipase activity

June 2012

Report

Elad Alice

Israel, Haifa, Technion-University of Technology

France, Rennes, INRA

Impact of Maillard reaction on the proteolysis of lactoferrin under simulated gastric conditions

August-Oct 2012

Report

Kehoe Joseph

Ireland, Cork, Teagasc Food Research Centre

France, Rennes, INRA

Characterisation of in vivo gastric digests of lactalbumin

Sept 2012

Report

Maczo Anita

Hungary Budapest, CFRI

Belgium, University of Ghent

Identification of purified proteins by LC-TOF-MS

Sept-Nov 2012

Report

Year 2 - 2nd part

Grantees

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Period

Scientific Report

Nitride Chiara

Italy, Napoli, University of Naples "Federico II"

United Kingdom, Norwich, Institute of Food Research

Characterization of wheat-derived peptides/proteins resistant to in vitro gastrointestinal digest

Jan-Feb 2013

Report

Simsek Sebnem

Turkey, Izmir, Ege University

Spain, Madrid, CIAL (CSIC-UAM)

Characterization of in vitro gastrointestinal digests from goat's milk kefir with different viscosit

Jan-May 2013

Report