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- Selvaraj, Jonathan Nimal, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of food science 2014 v.79 no.5 pp. T1055
- crackers; drying; fermentation; frying; genes; glutinous rice; noodles; processed foods; raw materials; rice wines; risk assessment
- ... In order to assess the degradation of endogenous and exogenous genes during food processing, genetically modified rice with Cry1Ab was used as raw material to produce 4 processed foods: steamed rice, rice noodles, rice crackers, and sweet rice wine. The results showed various processing procedures caused different degrees of degradation of both endogenous and exogenous genes. During the processing ...
- Selvaraj, Jonathan Nimal, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Journal of food science 2015 v.80 no.12 pp. M2917
- Aspergillus flavus; aflatoxin B1; biosynthesis; citral; eugenol; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genes; microbial growth; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; toxigenic strains
- ... In order to reveal the inhibitory effects of cinnamaldehyde, citral, and eugenol on aflatoxin biosynthesis, the expression levels of 5 key aflatoxin biosynthetic genes were evaluated by real‐time PCR. Aspergillus flavus growth and AFB₁ production were completely inhibited by 0.80 mmol/L of cinnamaldehyde and 2.80 mmol/L of citral. However, at lower concentration, cinnamaldehyde (0.40 mmol/L), euge ...