Chemical and Functional Properties of Food Saccharides by Piotr Tomasik

By Piotr Tomasik

This fourth quantity within the Chemical and sensible homes of nutrition elements sequence makes a speciality of saccharides as nutrients parts. Written via a global workforce of specialists, it presents an updated evaluate of a large spectrum of concerns, concentrating on the present study and literature at the homes of compounds, their mechanisms of motion, and results at the caliber of meals. It additionally explores a few non-nutritional functions of saccharides, together with biodegradable fabrics and polysaccharide waste as a resource of strength. This certain reference will function a worthy source and consultant for researchers, execs, and graduate scholars.

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It is likely that both mechanisms are involved because considerable evidence supports both hypotheses. 3 Antimicrobial Properties of Sucrose Fatty Acid Esters The antimicrobial activity of sucrose esters comes from the interaction of esters with cell membranes of bacteria, which causes autolysis. The lytic action is assumed to be due to stimulation of autolytic enzymes rather than to actual solubilization of cell membranes of bacteria. 36 Results have demonstrated that the antimicrobial ability of sucrose esters is determined by the structure of the esterified fatty acids.

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