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- Li, Shuyi, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Food research international 2019 v.123 pp. 355-363
- ABC transporters; Litchi; advanced glycation end products; biodegradation; body weight; colon; glutathione peroxidase; high fat diet; intestinal microorganisms; inulin; lipid metabolism; liver; malondialdehyde; mice; pericarp; physicochemical properties; polymerization; procyanidins; regulator genes; sterols
- ... The physicochemical properties, biological functions and microbial degradation of inulins differ according to their degree of polymerization. However, the relationship between inulin activities and its effect on gut microbiota remains unknown. In this study, high fat diet with inulin (1 or 5 g/kg·bw), either with short or long chains groups were administered to different groups of mice (n = 10) fo ...
- 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 ...