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Next Issue Volume 10, August. Issue Volume 10, June. You can make submissions to other journals here. Submit to Foods Review for Foods. Need Help? Support Find support for a specific problem in the support section of our website. Get Support. Feedback Please let us know what you think of our products and services. Give Feedback. Get Information. Foods , Volume 10, Issue 7 July — articles. Cover Story view full-size image : Game meat production strongly differs from that of other meats, as peculiar factors present in the field and in the steps prior to transfer to a game-handling establishment can influence the hygiene of the carcasses and, therefore, of the meat.
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Error Oops Open Access Article. Mojtaba Nosrati. Maria Luisa Amodio. Muhammad Mudassir Arif Chaudhry. Maria Lucia Valeria de Chiara. Leonarda Mastrandrea. Giancarlo Colelli. Abstract The potential of hyperspectral imaging for the prediction of the internal composition of goji berries was investigated. Analyzed constituents [ The potential of hyperspectral imaging for the prediction of the internal composition of goji berries was investigated.
For vitamin C and AA, partial least square regression PLSR combined with different data pretreatments and wavelength selection resulted in a satisfactory prediction in the NIR region obtaining the R 2 pred value of 0. However, the prediction of total antioxidant and anthocyanin content did not give satisfactory . Conclusively, hyperspectral imaging can be a useful tool for the prediction of the main constituents of the goji berry Lycium barbarum L. Full article. Seo-Jin Chung. Sang Sook Kim. Abstract This study investigated the effects of transglutaminase TG concentrations 0, 0.
The yield, ferulic acid FA content, molecular weight Mw , [ This study investigated the effects of transglutaminase TG concentrations 0, 0. The water absorption and swelling index tended to decrease in WWNs with TG depending on refrigeration time compared to the control samples. Values with same lower cases are not ificantly different among refrigerated storages within WWD sample, while same upper cases are not ificantly different among WWD samples within a storage time.
Values with same lower case are not ificantly different among refrigerated storage within the WWD sample, while the same upper case instances are not ificantly different among WWD samples within a storage time. Davy Verheyen. Cindy Smet. Jan F. Van Impe. Abstract The detection and quantification of sublethal injury SI of pathogenic microorganisms has become a common procedure when assessing the efficiency of microbial inactivation treatments.
However, while a plethora of studies investigates SI in function of time, no suitable modelling procedure for SI data [ The detection and quantification of sublethal injury SI of pathogenic microorganisms has become a common procedure when assessing the efficiency of microbial inactivation treatments. However, while a plethora of studies investigates SI in function of time, no suitable modelling procedure for SI data has been proposed thus far. In this study, a new SI model structure was developed that relies on existing microbial inactivation models.
This model is based on the description of inactivation kinetics between the subpopulations of healthy, sublethally injured and dead cells. The model was validated by means of case studies on ly published , modelled by different inactivation models, i. were compared to those obtained by the traditional method that relies on calculating SI from independent inactivation models on non-selective and selective media.
The log-linear inactivation case study demonstrated that the SI model is equivalent to the use of independent models when there can be no mistake in calculating SI. The biphasic inactivation case study illustrated how the SI model avoids unrealistic calculations of SI that would otherwise occur. The final case study on log-linear inactivation with tailing clarified that the SI model provides a more mechanistic description than the independent models, in this case allowing the reduction of the of model parameters.
As such, this paper provides a comprehensive overview of the potential and applications for the newly presented SI model. The modelled evolution of the population density on non-selective — and selective medium is presented in the top row and the resulting SI in the bottom row. Both are presented as a function of unitless time. Left: long periods of constant SI caused by consecutive differences in model fits on the non-selective and selective medium. Middle: strange SI evolution caused by differences in model output shapes on non-selective and selective medium. Right: negative values in the SI evolution caused by intersecting model fits on the non-selective and selective media.
For each case, top figures represent the model fits to non-selective and selective media, while bottom figures represent the SI calculated according to Equation 1. All cells can be divided in culturable and dead cells. The culturable cells can be subdivided in healthy and injured cells. The mathematical notations and conversions are marked in blue and the experimental quantifications are written in green. Open Access Systematic Review.
Temitope Cyrus Ekundayo. Anthony Ifeanyin Okoh. Abstract This review maps the global research landscape of the public health implications of Arcobacter from the food—environment interphase using content analytics and integrated science mapping. This review maps the global research landscape of the public health implications of Arcobacter from the food—environment interphase using content analytics and integrated science mapping.
The of articles included in the review was , with authors, journal sources, and a collaborative index of 2. The annual growth rate of the publications was 9. The most contributing author in the field was Houf K. The most productive country was the USA The highest research outputs were in the field of Microbiology The frequently occurred keywords were Arcobacter , poultry, shellfish, cattle, and chicken. This study revealed a fair increase in the growth rate of Arcobacter -related research—especially in the area of isolation and detection of the pathogen in foods and food environments, as well as the pathogenesis and genetic diversity of the pathogen.
Research themes in the area of prevalence and epidemiology seem to be underexplored. Open Access Review.Adult forum Aroams Oos
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