European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology

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August 2016

Volume 118, Issue 8

Pages 1115–1255

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      Contents: Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol. 8∕2016

      Version of Record online: 3 AUG 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201670083

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    1. Improved oral absorption of (−)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate via self-double-emulsifying solid formulation (pages 1115–1124)

      Caibiao Hu, Qiang Wang, Guodong Zhao, Wenbing Yao and Qiang Xia

      Version of Record online: 2 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500316

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      A novel self-double-emulsifying drug delivery system (SDEDDS) in solid form is prepared by the modified two-step method. The system can spontaneously emulsify into w/o/w double emulsions in the aqueous media. Pharmacokinetic studies reveal that solid SDEDDS shows 1.93-fold absorption of EGCG compared to EGCG solution.

    2. Solanum sessiliflorum (mana-cubiu) antioxidant protective effect toward cholesterol oxidation: Influence of docosahexaenoic acid (pages 1125–1131)

      Blanca Barriuso, Lilian Regina Barros Mariutti, Diana Ansorena, Iciar Astiasarán and Neura Bragagnolo

      Version of Record online: 18 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500285

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      Mana-cubiu inhibits cholesterol oxidation in absence of DHA.

    3. Increase in antioxidant activity of brined olives (Carolea cv.) thermally treated in different packaging types (pages 1132–1140)

      Piscopo Amalia, De Bruno Alessandra, Zappia Angela and Poiana Marco

      Version of Record online: 8 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500338

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      Increase in antioxidant activity of table olives after pasteurization in different packaging types. B (Brined olives); P1 (Olives pasteurized in 370 mL-glass jars); P2 (Olives pasteurized in 580 mL-glass jars); P3 (Olives pasteurized in 450 mL-PA/PE pouches); P4 (Olives pasteurized in 450 mL-OPA/PP pouches).

    4. Relationships between plasma and erythrocyte fatty acids in the de novo lipogenesis pathway, and metabolic disorders in French elderly patients (pages 1141–1149)

      Olivier Henry, Carole Vaysse, Carlos Lopez, Fathi Driss, Isabelle Fonseca, Noëmie Simon, Céline Le Guillou, Sylvie Masselin-Silvin, Jean-Philippe David, Nicole Combe and François Mendy

      Version of Record online: 2 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500213

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      Simplified summary of the main objective: to examine potential relationships between the fatty acids in the DNL pathway and metabolic disorders (dysglycemia and MetS), factors of the cardiovascular risk in the elderly patients by sex.

    5. Fast quantification of fatty acid profile of intact fish by intermolecular double-quantum coherence 1H-NMR spectroscopy (pages 1150–1159)

      Honghao Cai, Liangjie Lin, Shangwu Ding, Xiaohong Cui and Zhong Chen

      Version of Record online: 8 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500309

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      Fatty acids of the whole zebra fish can be identified by iDQC method when PRESS with water suppression fails to produce high-resolution spectrum.

    6. Early selection for oil quality components in olive breeding progenies (pages 1160–1167)

      Raúl de la Rosa, Rocio Arias-Calderón, Leonardo Velasco and Lorenzo León

      Version of Record online: 7 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500425

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      Box and whisker plots for oil quality components evaluated in progenies from open pollination. Female genitors’ names are abbreviated: “Arbequina” (Arb), “Blanqueta” (Bla), “Canetera” (Can), “Changlot Real” (ChR), “Chorrúo Castro del Río” (CCR), “Empeltre” (Emp), “Hojiblanca” (Hoj), “Lechín de Granada” (LGr), “Lechín de Sevilla” (LSe), “Manzanilla del Piquito” (MPi), “Manzanilla de Sevilla” (MSe), “Morona” (Mor), “Ocal” (Oca), “Picudo” (Pdo), “Picual” (Pic), and two previous selection of our breeding program (Sel1 and Sel2). Progenies are shown in ascending order regarding the values of the Spanish cultivars used as parents (represented by stars).

    7. Shea butter solid nanoparticles for curcumin encapsulation: Influence of nanoparticles size on drug loading (pages 1168–1178)

      Hassan Hajj Ali, Florentin Michaux, Isabelle Sandrine Bouelet Ntsama, Pierrick Durand, Jordane Jasniewski and Michel Linder

      Version of Record online: 2 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500348

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      Mixture design of experiments methodology allowed the control of shea butter solid lipid nanoparticles size upon system composition. The influence of SLN size on the encapsulation efficiency of curcumin was studied.

    8. A comparative study on microstructure, texture, rheology, and crystallization kinetics of palm-based diacylglycerol oils and corresponding palm-based oils (pages 1179–1192)

      Yayuan Xu, Changqing Wei, Xiaoqing Zhao, Chen Lu and Cao Dong

      Version of Record online: 26 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500369

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      Palm based diacylglycerol (P-DAG) oils were produced from palm stearin, palm mid fraction, palm oil, and palm olein. A comprehensive information on solid fat content, crystallization properties, rheology, hardness, and microstructure of P-DAG oils were conducted in comparison with corresponding palm based oils (P-oils). Summarily, substantial differences in these properties of P-DAG oils were detected compared to corresponding P-oils.

    9. Synthesis and characterization of novel biocompatible palm oil-based alkyds (pages 1193–1201)

      Siew Yong Teo, Siang Yin Lee, Allan Coombes, Michael John Rathbone and Seng Neon Gan

      Version of Record online: 3 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500456

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      Novel biocompatible palm oil-based alkyds are investigated through synthesis reaction, kinetic study, and characterization tests. Alkyd synthesis involved two-stage alcoholysis-polyesterification reactions to produce short, medium, and long oil length alkyds. In the kinetic study of polyesterification reaction, water released was collected and acid value was determined with the results indicating high yield of alkyds with 97–98% of extent of polyesterification. The characterization of alkyds are carried out using spectroscopic, end group, thermal, and chromatographic analysis, plus biocompatible assay. The proposed chemical structure of the alkyd chain is determined from FTIR and NMR spectroscopy analysis. End group analysis indicated low acid groups but high hydroxyl numbers. Thermal analysis revealed the Tg ranged from −49.3°C to −52.7°C (DSC test) and thermal stability up to 200°C (TGA test). Average molecular weight is found to be less than 2,000 Da from GPC measurement or chromatographic analysis. All alkyds exhibited non-toxic to 3T3 mouse fibroblast via biocompatible - cell viability assay.

    10. Direct quantitative indices for ripening of olive oil fruits to predict harvest time (pages 1202–1212)

      Serena Trapani, Marzia Migliorini, Chiara Cherubini, Lorenzo Cecchi, Valentina Canuti, Giovanna Fia and Bruno Zanoni

      Version of Record online: 27 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500317

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      An example of combined kinetic trends of the sugar (·····), oil (—), and oleuropein (----) contents to choose the harvesting time of olive oil fruits for Frantoio cultivar on one of the orchards studied.

    11. Shelf life and quality of olive oil filtered without vertical centrifugation (pages 1213–1222)

      Martina Fortini, Marzia Migliorini, Chiara Cherubini, Lorenzo Cecchi, Lorenzo Guerrini, Piernicola Masella and Alessandro Parenti

      Version of Record online: 4 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500229

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      This study evaluates the effect of filter press filtration on the shelf life of extra virgin olive oil (EVOO). Olives were harvested and processed on the same day by a continuous industrial plant equipped with a hammer crusher, a vertical malaxator, and a decanter. One part of the oil obtained was bottled (cloudy oil). The other part was filtered (using a filter press) directly after decanting and manually bottled using the same procedure (filtered oil). All samples were stored in a purpose-built chamber and periodically analyzed. The results show a less degraded phenolic fraction in the filtered olive oils. In fact, compounds such as Tyrosol and Hydroxytyrosol, which are the final product of hydrolysis of secoiridoids, remain stable in filtered oils and increase in cloudy. Moreover, filtered olive oils have a better sensory profile than the cloudy along the shelf life. These data are confirmed by the GC-MS analysis. The results confirm that filtration is essential in order to maintain the nutritional characteristics of the oil, and slow the onset of the main defects.

    12. A first approach towards the development of geographical origin tracing models for North Moroccan olive oils based on triacylglycerols profiles (pages 1223–1235)

      Aadil Bajoub, Santiago Medina-Rodríguez, Elena Hurtado-Fernández, El Amine Ajal, Noureddine Ouazzani, Alberto Fernández-Gutiérrez and Alegría Carrasco-Pancorbo

      Version of Record online: 30 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500251

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      The triacylglycerols composition of monovarietal Picholine Marocaine olive oils, from seven of the most productive areas in northern Morocco, is established in this study, analyzing 279 olive samples (over two consecutive crop seasons) by high performance liquid chromatography and Chemometrics.

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    1. Cultivar discrimination and prediction of mixtures of Tunisian extra virgin olive oils by FTIR (pages 1236–1242)

      Marwa Abdallah, María Vergara-Barberán, María Jesús Lerma-García, José Manuel Herrero-Martínez, Ernesto F. Simó-Alfonso and Mokhtar Guerfel

      Version of Record online: 3 DEC 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500041

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      ATR-FTIR data of Tunisian EVOOs are used to predict EVOO cultivar using LDA.

    2. Debittering olive oil by liquid–liquid extraction: Kinetics and the effect on the quality of Arbequina olive oil (pages 1243–1249)

      María Abenoza, Javier Raso, Rosa Oria and Ana Cristina Sánchez-Gimeno

      Version of Record online: 17 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500215

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      Liquid–liquid extraction using water as a solvent is useful to partial removal of the total phenol content and bitterness index in Arbequina olive oil.

    3. Squalene in virgin olive oil: Screening of variability in olive cultivars (pages 1250–1253)

      Gabriel Beltrán, Maria E. Bucheli, Maria P. Aguilera, Angjelina Belaj and Antonio Jimenez

      Version of Record online: 25 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500295

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      Virgin Olive Oil squalene content show a significant genetic variability.

  6. Data Report

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    1. Triacylglycerols of camellia oil: Composition and positional distribution of fatty acids (pages 1254–1255)

      Wei Wei, Huang Cheng, Xi Cao, Xi Zhang and Fengqin Feng

      Version of Record online: 16 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201500175

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      Camellia oil – a high oleic-vegetable oil.

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