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- Li, Shuyi, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2019 v.67 no.16 pp. 4524-4534
- Lotus; animal models; antioxidant activity; blood serum; carboxylic ester hydrolases; cholesterol; droplet size; emulsifying; emulsions; enzyme inhibition; free fatty acids; gene expression; high density lipoprotein; homeostasis; hydrolysis; in vitro studies; in vivo studies; intestinal absorption; lipemic effect; mouth; particle size; procyanidins; small intestine; stomach; triacylglycerols; viscosity
- ... Dietary polyphenols have shown hypolipidemic effects by reducing triglyceride absorption. The mechanisms may involve modifying fat emulsion during digestion in the gastrointestinal tract and suppressing lipase during hydrolysis in the small intestine. In an in vivo study, lotus seedpod oligomeric procyanidin (LSOPC) decreased total serum triglyceride and total cholesterol and elevated the high-den ...
- Li, Shuyi, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2019 v.67 no.12 pp. 3354-3362
- Litchi; adenocarcinoma; bioavailability; confocal laser scanning microscopy; electrical resistance; high performance liquid chromatography; human cell lines; humans; mass spectrometry; models; pH; pericarp; permeability; procyanidins; stomach; toxicity testing
- ... It has been proven that A-type procyanidins, containing an additional ether bond, compared to B-type procyanidins are also bioavailable in vitro and in vivo. However, their bioavailability and absorption in the gastrointestinal tract remain uncertain. In this study, a model of the human adenocarcinoma stomach cell line (MKN-28) was established to explore the cellular transport of flavanolic monome ...