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- Mackie, Alan R.; Macierzanka, Adam; Aarak, Kristi; Rigby, Neil M.; Parker, Roger; Channell, Guy A.; Harding, Stephen E.; Bajka, Balazs H.
- Food hydrocolloids 2016 v.52 pp. 749-755
- sodium alginate, etc ; dietary fiber; digesta; digestion; emulsions; hydrocolloids; hyperlipidemia; lipids; mucins; mucus; permeability; rheology; small intestine; swine; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... In the small intestine the nature of the environment leads to a highly heterogeneous mucus layer primarily composed of the MUC2 mucin. We set out to investigate whether the soluble dietary fibre sodium alginate could alter the permeability of the mucus layer. The alginate was shown to freely diffuse into the mucus and to have minimal effect on the bulk rheology when added at concentrations below 0 ...
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- Soukoulis, Christos; Yonekura, Lina; Gan, Heng-Hui; Behboudi-Jobbehdar, Solmaz; Parmenter, Christopher; Fisk, Ian
- Food hydrocolloids 2014 v.39 pp. 231-242
- sodium alginate, etc ; Lactobacillus rhamnosus; World Health Organization; air drying; ambient temperature; breads; cell viability; digestion; edible films; grain products; headspace analysis; humans; hydrocolloids; in vitro digestion; probiotics; storage temperature; storage time; texture; whey protein concentrate; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... In the present paper, a novel approach for the development of probiotic baked cereal products is presented. Probiotic pan bread constructed by the application of film forming solutions based either on individual hydrogels e.g. 1% w/w sodium alginate (ALG) or binary blends of 0.5% w/w sodium alginate and 2% whey protein concentrate (ALG/WPC) containing Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, followed by an air ...
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