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- 1Antioxidant activities
- 1Caco-2 cells
- 1Carbon fibers
- 1Chen, Lingyun (Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science)
- 1Chen, Lingyun (Agricultural, Food, and Nutritional Science)
- 1Chen, Lingyun (Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science)
- 1Dr. Lingyun Chen (Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science)
- 1Lingyun Chen, Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science)
Investigation of Barley Proteins’ Interfacial Properties and Their Applications as Nanoscaled MaterialsDownload
The overall objective of this thesis research is to gain fundamental knowledge on the relationship between barley protein molecular structures and their interfacial properties as well as to develop barley protein value-added applications with special emphasis on their utilization as nanoparticles...
The use of nanoparticles as nutrient delivery vehicles enables the enhancement of the oral bioavailability and health promoting benefits of bioactive compounds. Barley protein nanoparticles were developed in previous study for hydrophobic compound delivery. The objective of the present study was...
In this study, the deamidation is involved to modify the structure of barley proteins in terms of prolamin and glutelin in order to improve the functional properties of protein. A wide range of deamidation degrees (0.1% to 45%) were prepared using alkaline method. The results suggested that the...
Barley protein based microcapsules (1-5µm) incorporating fish oil/β-carotene were successfully prepared. Well suspended solid microcapsules, rather than emulsions, were able to form after high pressure emulsifying process. These wet-status microcapsules could be turned into dry powder by a spray...
Barley protein derived antioxidant peptides and biodegradable /edible films have been successfully prepared. Alcalase hydrolyzed barley glutelin demonstrated significantly higher antioxidant capacity than those treated by flavourzyme in radical scavenging capacity (O2•¯/OH˙), Fe2+-chelating...