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- Selmi, Slimen, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- RSC advances 2016 v.6 no.70 pp. 65483-65493
- Ceratonia siliqua; Western blotting; activated carbon; atropine; bioactive compounds; catechin; charcoal; chemical analysis; chemiluminescence; clonidine; electrolytes; enzyme inhibition; high performance liquid chromatography; human diseases; humans; hydrogen peroxide; hypersecretion; in vivo studies; inflammation; kaempferol; laboratory animals; leaves; males; myeloperoxidase; neutrophils; oxidation; oxidative stress; rats; risk; small intestine; sodium chloride; superoxide anion; tannins; therapeutics
- ... Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress are induced by biological, chemical and physical factors which are, in turn, associated with an increased risk of several human diseases. Plants are a large source of new bioactive molecules with therapeutic potential. In this respect, the present study was designed to investigate the effects of a Ceratonia siliqua L. leaf aqueous extract (CSLAE) on human ...
- SELMI, SALAH, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of food process engineering 2010 v.33 no.6 pp. 1036-1051
- amino acids; docosahexaenoic acid; eicosapentaenoic acid; lipid content; low fat foods; omega-3 fatty acids; oxidation; peroxide value; sardines; sodium bicarbonate; sodium chloride; tap water; triacylglycerols; washing
- ... Washed sardine mince was prepared according to the following scheme: (1) evisceration and beheading by hand; (2) mince preparation in a deboner; (3) first washing in a water solution with 0.2% NaHCO₃ and 0.15% NaCl; second washing in water; and (4) third washing in 0.25% NaCl. A significant increase (P < 0.05) of the peroxide value occurred during the mince preparation process. However, no signifi ...