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Some physicochemical studies on the mechanisms of action of cryoprotective compounds.
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Some studies are fairly extensive, for example, when conducted as part of a pharmaceutical drug development program. Others are short reports in the biochemical literature more than 20 years ago when the techniques for detecting protein degradation were not nearly as sophisticated as they are today.
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Some physicochemical studies on the mechanisms of action of cryoprotective compounds. book preventive effect of some amino acids, acetyl amino acids, peptides, and sulfur compounds on the freezing denaturation of carp actomyosin at °C for 4 to 8 weeks was examined by using an in.
A solid-state approach to enable compounds in preclinical development is used by identifying an amorphous solid dispersion in a simple formulation to increase bioavailability.
Vitrification as an ultrarapid cooling technique is based on direct contact between the vitrification solution containing the cryoprotectant agents and the Some physicochemical studies on the mechanisms of action of cryoprotective compounds.
book nitrogen (LN 2). The protocols for vitrification are very simple, and they allow cells and tissue to be placed directly into the cryoprotectant and then plunged directly into LN 2. In Cited by: 1. Introduction. The leaf, root, bark, berry, bud, seed, stigma of a Some physicochemical studies on the mechanisms of action of cryoprotective compounds.
book or flower used for the purpose of cooking are commonly referred to as herbs and spices, which were and are primarily used for, and associated with, adding to or enhancing the flavor of foods including meats, sauces, vegetables and desserts .Beyond acting as a replacement for salt , the nutritional contribution of Cited by: Molecular dynamics simulations and infrared spectroscopy were used to determine the hydrogen bond patterns of glycerol and its mixtures with water.
The ability of glycerol/water mixtures to inhibit ice crystallization is linked to the concentration of glycerol and the hydrogen bonding patterns formed by these solutions. At low glycerol concentrations, sufficient amounts of bulk-like water Cited by: If the cryoprotective activity is general to IDPs, their physicochemical properties should be related to their mechanisms of action.
It has been reported that IDPs can interact with various compounds such as proteins, nucleic acids, phospholipids, metal ions, and other small molecules [3,7].
In some cases, such interactions induce a local 3D Cited by: 5. It was demonstrated by Jun et al. () that protein hydrolysates prepared from the frame of yellowfin sole (Limanda aspera) using different proteases had different antioxidant processes involved in the enzymatic hydrolysis of fish processing by-products is illustrated diagrammatically in Fig.
This process involves a high production cost due to the long reaction : Daniel Ananey-Obiri, Lovie G. Matthews, Reza Tahergorabi. Low temperature has been utilized to keep living cells and tissues dormant but potentially alive for cryopreservation and biobanking with great impacts on scientific and biomedical applications.
However, there is a critical contradiction between the purpose of the cryopreservation and experimental findings: the cryopreserved cells and tissues can be fatally damaged by the cryopreservation Author: Ali Erdem Öztürk, Mustafa Numan Bucak, Mustafa Bodu, Nuri Başpınar, İlhami Çelik, Zhiquan Shu, Nazan.
Studies involving the potential antitumor effects of CS with different molecular weights have been conducted. Yeh et al. () evaluated the inhibitory potential of Some physicochemical studies on the mechanisms of action of cryoprotective compounds.
book molecular weighted CS particles (from 8, tokDa) in lung and hepatic metastasis of B16F10 melanoma cells xenograft models in C57BL/6 : Oana Gherasim, Roxana Cristina Popescu, Tudor George Gherasim, Valentina Grumezescu, Ecaterina Andro. Studies on the freeze denaturation of fish muscle proteins were reviewed with emphasis given to changes in their physico-chemical and biochemical properties during frozen storage.
Denaturation of actomyosin commonly occurs during frozen storage and the side-to-side aggregation of myosin molecules appears to play a major role in this reaction. Herbs and spices have been used for both culinary and medicinal purposes for centuries.
Over the last decade, research into their role as contributors of dietary polyphenols, known to possess a number of properties associated with reducing the risk of developing chronic non-communicable diseases, has increased. However, bearing in mind how these foods are consumed, normally in small quantities Cited by: It is important for food materials to be delicious as well as nutritious and natural.
Rapidly increasing of human population of world, environmental pollution caused by consistently developing technology, insufficient education and problems caused by wrong nutrition are making supplying of natural food is more difficult.
Healthy nutrition refers to efficient and balanced nutrition, that is. Network pharmacology approach, integrating network biology and pharmacology, is introduced to study DM, which can combine the drugs, target proteins and disease and form drug-target-disease networks .
It has been widely used in the studies of the bioactive compounds and action mechanisms of natural products for the treatment of DM. Vitrification is therefore beginning to realize its potential for enabling the superior and convenient cryopreservation of most types of biological systems (including molecules, cells, tissues, organs, and even some whole organisms), and vitrification is even beginning to be recognized as a successful strategy of nature for surviving harsh Cited by: The use of dimethyl sulfoxide (Me2SO) as a cryoprotectant agent (CPA) is controversial.
Indeed, this cryoprotectant agent (CPA) is cytotoxic and potentially mutagenic. Therefore, other cryoprotectants must be used to reduce the proportion of Me2SO in slow-freezing solutions.
In this chapter, we propose to present the first evaluation of new non-penetrating cryoprotectants: the Author: Hugo Desnos, Pierre Bruyère, Magda Teixeira, Loris Commin, Gérard Louis, Stephane Trombotto, Amani M.
Modeling Studies of Binding of Sea Raven Type II Antifreeze Protein to Ice Andrzej Wierzbicki, Jeffry D. Madura, Chris Salmon, and Frank Sönnichsen Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences 37 (6), Cited by: Other species, including a few vertebrate species, derive protection from nonpermeating sugars and/or proteins, although the mechanisms of action are different.
The so-called primary CPAs, such as glycerol, must diffuse inside cells to provide any benefit, and only a few other compounds with the necessary qualities have been adopted in by: Abstract. Cryoprotectants are compounds that improve the quality and extend the shelf life of frozen foods.
The term cryoprotectant includes all compounds that help to prevent deleterious changes in foods caused by freezing and thawing processes or frozen storage.
These substances may be added during processing and product formulation or produced naturally in the living organism from which the Cited by: This book combines the engineering and technological aspects of heat transfer operations and discusses how these operations interact with the bread making process; the book also discusses how baking and freezing influence the product quality.
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The invention relates to nanoparticles for the administration of biologically active molecules comprising a biodegradable polymer, preferably the copolymer of methyl vinyl ether and maleic anhydride (MVE/MA), and thiamine.
Such nanoparticles are simply produced having excellent characteristics of bioadhesion, size and zeta potential, rendering them suitable for the administration of active Cited by: 4.
Some compounds, such as racemic mixtures, have an undefined atom stereocenter, whose (R/S)-configuration is not specifically defined. Computed by PubChem 0 Undefined Atom Stereocenter Count An atom stereocenter, also known as a chiral center, is an atom that is attached to four different types of atoms (or groups of atoms) in the.
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In the developed world, lactic acid bacteria are mainly associated with fermented dairy products such as cheese, buttermilk, and yogurt. The invention claimed is: 1. A nanoparticle formulated for oral delivery, the nanoparticle comprising: a complex comprising 2-hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin and paclitaxel, wherein the paclitaxel is retained in a hydrophobic cavity of the 2-hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin, and a methyl vinyl ether/maleic anhydride copolymer (PVM/MA) encapsulating the complex thereby forming the nanoparticle Cited by: Numerous studies have led to the conclusion that phytic acid and tannins may bind proteins and some essential dietary minerals (calcium, iron, and zinc), thus making them unavailable or only partially available for absorption (Bliss, ; Guzmán-Maldonado et al., ).
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