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Modeling the interaction of dietary ingredients with proteins
Molecular modeling, the modeling of molecular interactions, has become established over the past decades as a standard method in the development of pharmaceuticals. At the Institute for Nutritional Sciences of the University of Potsdam, molecular modeling methods are used in interdisciplinary ...
A novel microspectroscopic method allows sugar mapping across the plant tissue
Quantitative mapping of metabolite distribution has widespread applications in medicine and biology, but has remained a key analytical challenge. A novel method for sugar imag-ing in plants based on the principles of infrared spectroscopy, which was developed at the IPK-Gatersleben, allows the ...
Rapid authenticity testing for honey with NMR spectroscopy and consequences for sample preparation
For thousands of years, the word “honey” has been synonymous with an all-natural, healthy food. Unsurprisingly, honey has also enjoyed unwavering popularity with consumers – and especially in times when organic food and a healthy lifestyle are more in vogue than ever before.
Chia: a healthy supplement, not a substitute
Whether the web community wants to lose weight or eat healthily, chia is their constant companion and seen by some as an all-round “superfood”. The relevant internet forums are busy swapping a whole host of recipes for chia pudding and chia fresca, followed by ideas for muffins and even ...
The in vivo-metabolism of flavonoids: a challenge for analytics and pharmacology
There is barely a class of compounds among the secondary metabolites of plants that is so prominently represented in our lives as that of the flavonoids. They are found in numerous food substances in various oxidation states, and principally as glycosides (Fig. 1). By consuming fruit, vegetables ...
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