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- Rogers, Amanda, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of food science and technology 2018 v.55 no.4 pp. 1478-1488
- Helianthus annuus; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; baking; bananas; chlorogenic acid; color; cookies; correlation; dough; egg substitutes; eggs; product quality; proteins; temperature
- ... Chlorogenic acid (CGA) binding to proteins in alkaline conditions results in the production of green trihydroxy benzacradine (TBA) derivatives. The formation of TBA derivatives could decrease product quality due to the potential losses in soluble protein and antioxidants and the production of an undesirable green color. To determine how cookie formulation affected the formation of TBA derivatives ...
- Rogers, Amanda J., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2014 v.53 no.13 pp. 5128-5147
- chemistry; continuous systems; drugs; economic incentives; manufacturing; models; process design; processing equipment; product quality
- ... There are significant economic incentives to transition from batch to continuous processing of pharmaceutical products. However, several challenges must be overcome in order to implement continuous manufacturing systems for solids-based processes. Among these is the need to develop increased understanding of continuous processes and their sensitivity to variability in input materials, processing e ...
- Mahoney Rogers, Amanda A., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Developmental biology 2011 v.353 no.1 pp. 94-104
- brain; ears; fibroblast growth factors; gene dosage; mutants; stem cells
- ... Multiple signaling molecules, including Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF) and Wnt, induce two patches of ectoderm on either side of the hindbrain to form the progenitor cell population for the inner ear, or otic placode. Here we report that in Spry1, Spry2 compound mutant embryos (Spry1⁻/⁻; Spry2⁻/⁻ embryos), the otic placode is increased in size. We demonstrate that the otic placode is larger due to ...
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