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

STSMs Year 4

STSMs - Year 4 - From June 2014 to April 2015

Year 4 - 1st part

Grantees

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Period

Scientific      
Report

Assuncao Ricardo

National Institute for Health, Lisbon, Portugal

Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Oslo, Norway

Evaluation of patulin effects on the structure and function of the gut mucosa and its interactions

Sept-Nov 2014

Report

Figueira Ines

ITQB, Lisbon, Portugal

James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK

Blackberry Bioaccessible Aglycones obtained from the in vitro digested extract

August 2014

Report

Gonzales Gerard

University of Ghent, Belgium

IFR, Norwich, UK

Effect of the intestinal mucus layer on the bioavailability of flavonoid and flavonoid glycosides

Sept-Oct 2014

Report

Kosik Ondrej

Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, UK

University of Lund, Sweden

Analysis of mixed linkage b-glucans from cereal and fungal sources by asymmetrical flow field-flow

Sept-Nov 2014

Report

Marcolini Elena

University of Bologna, Italy

Teagasc Food Research Centre, Fermoy, Ireland

Digestion of meat-based food products using the INFOGEST harmonised static in vitro digestion method

Sept-Oct 2014

Report

Moscovici Alice

Technion, Haifa, Israel

Teagasc Food Research Centre, Fermoy, Ireland

Human gut microbiota-diet relationship: Evaluating the fermentability of carrageenan-protein mixture

July-August 2014

Report

Year 4 - 2nd part

Grantess

Home Institute

Host Institute

Topic

Period

Scientific Report

Latty Clifford

University of Birmingham, UK

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Digestive processes

Mar-April
2015

Report

Sanchez Laura

CSIC Madrid, Spain

INRA-Agocampus Ouest, France

In vivo digestion of an antihypertensive casein hydrolysate vs its precursor casein in mini-pigs

Jan-April
2015

Report

Hayes Maria

The Irish Agricultural and Food Development Authority, Ireland

Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

Bioavailability assessment of proly endopeptidase inhibitory peptides
using transcytosis assays

Jan-Mar
2015

Report

De Oliveira Samira

INRA, UMR STLO 1253, France

CIAL, Spain

Improve quantification of lipolysis product in in vitro and in vivo
milk digestas

Mar 2015

Report

Mapelli Brahm Paula

University of Seville, Spain

Centre de Recherche Public Gabriel Lippmann, Luxembourg

Studying the fate of epoxycarotenoids and colourless carotenes during simulated in vitro digestion

Jan-April
2015

Report

Van Rymenant Evelien

University of Ghent, Belgium

University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Intestinal matrix alters transport and phasell metabolism of bioactive
phenolic compounds in Caco-2

Jan-April
2015

Report

Buniowska Magdalena

University of Valencia, Spain

Agroscope, Switzerland

Jan-Mar
2015

Report