Browsing Artigos by Subject "Galactooligosaccharides"

Browsing Artigos by Subject "Galactooligosaccharides"

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  • Fialho, Lílian da Silva; Guimarães, Valéria Monteze; Barros, Everaldo Gonçalves de; Moreira, Maurilio Alves; Dias, Luiz Antônio dos Santos; Oliveira, Maria Goreti de Almeida; José, Inês Chamel; Rezende, Sebastião Tavares de (Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, 2006-06-20)
    Common beans have a high nutritional value, but contain galactooligosaccharides (GO), which cause flatulence and intestinal discomfort in humans. The biochemical composition of ten bean cultivars was determined to select ...
  • Reis, Angélica Pataro; Guimarães, Valéria Monteze; Ferreira, Joana Gasperazzo; Queiroz, José Humberto de; Oliveira, Maria Goreti Almeida; Falkoski, Daniel Luciano; Almeida, Maíra Nicolau de; Rezende, Sebastião Tavares de (Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology, 2010-05)
    Two α -galactosidase (P1 and P2) and one invertase present in the culture of Aspergillus terreus grown on wheat straw for 168 h at 28ºC were partially purified by gel filtration and hydrophobic interaction chromatographies. ...
  • Falkoski, Daniel L.; Guimarães, Valéria M.; Callegari, Carina M.; Reis, Angélica P.; Barros, Everaldo G. de; Rezende, Sebastião T. de (Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2006-05-12)
    Galactooligosaccharides (GO) are responsible for intestinal disturbances following ingestion of legume-derived products. Enzymatic reduction of GO level in these products is highly desirable to improve their acceptance. ...
  • Souza Júnior, Waldeck Campanha de; Rezende, Sebastião Tavares de; Viana, Pollyanna Amaral; Falkoski, Daniel Luciano; Reis, Angélica Pataro; Machado, Solimar Gonçalves; Barros, Everaldo Gonçalves de; Guimarães, Valéria Monteze (Food Chemistry, 2009-05-15)
    Whole cells of Debaryomyces hansenii UFV-1 were permeabilised with ethanol and immobilised in calcium alginate hydrogel. The optimum pH and temperature for α-galactosidase activities of permeabilised free (PFC) and ...

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