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

STSMs Year 3

STSMs - Year 3 - From June 2013 to May 2014

Year 3 - 1st part

Grantees

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Period

Scientific Report

Jacobsen Charlotte

Denmark, Lyngby - DTU Food

France, Nantes - INRA

Formation and quantification of toxic aldehydes during in vitro digestion omega-3 emulsions

July 2013

Report

Gonzalez Bermudez Carlos Alberto

Spain - University of Murcia

Sweden - University of Lund

In vitro digested AR-Infant Formulas. Molecular properties of thickenners and mineral interactions

August-Sept 2013

Report

Carmit Shani-Levi

Israël - Technion

Norway, Oslo, UMB

Comparative evaluation of gastrointestinal in vitro models versus human GI juices in terms of proteo

Sept 2013

Report

Barroso Elvira

Spain, Madrid - CIAL(CISC-UAM)

Norway, Oslo - UMB

In vitro models to assess ther interactions between gut microbotia, epithelial cells and monocytes

Sept-Dec 2013

Report

Grundy Myriam

UK, London - King's College

France, Marseille - CNRS

Permeability of almond cell walls to digestive enzymes

Sept-Oct 2013

Report

Tavares Ana

Portugal, Lisbon - INSA I.P.

Switzerland, Berne - Agroscope Posieux

Investigatinig the effects of proteins on mycotoxins bioaccessibility and intestinal transport

Oct-Dec 2013

Report

Arranz Elena

Spain, Madrid - CIAL(CISC-UAM)

Canada - Guelph University

Bioavailability of hydrophobic compounds encapsulated in caseins micelles after in vitro digestion

Dec 2013 - May 2014

Report

Year 3 - 2nd part

Grantees

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Period

Scientific Report

Takacs Krisztina

Hungary, CFRI

Poland, Polish academy of sciences

Impact of whey protein hydrolysates on the small intestinal cells physiology and bacterial adhesion and translocation

Feb-April 2014

Report

Marefati Ali

Sweden, Lund Universitty

UK, IFR

In vitro digestion of starch granule stabilized emulsion

March-May 2014

Report

Picariello Gianluca

Italy, CNR

Spain, CSIC

Role of peptidases from intestinal brush border membranes in the in vitro digestion of milk proteins

March-April 2014

Report

Volstatova Tereza

Czech Republic, University of life sciences Prague

Spain, CSIC

Adhesive properties of probiotics to the intestinal epithelium

May 2014

Report