Molecular Nutrition & Food Research

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Edited by: Hans-Ulrich Humpf

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 7/129 (Food Science & Technology); 9/130 (FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY)

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  1. Identification of Signaling Pathways Targeted by the Food Contaminant FB1: Transcriptome and Kinome Analysis of Samples from Pig Liver and Intestine

    Marion Régnier, Pascal Gourbeyre, Philippe Pinton, Scott Napper, Joëlle Laffite, Anne-Marie Cossalter, Jean-Denis Bailly, Yannick Lippi, Justine Bertrand-Michel, Ana Paula F.R.L. Bracarense, Hervé Guillou, Nicolas Loiseau and Isabelle P. Oswald

    Version of Record online: 17 OCT 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/mnfr.201700433

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    FB1 is one of the most spread mycotoxin in the world which induces a broad spectrum of damage in mammals. The molecular mechanism of action of this toxin remaining unclear, a comparative approach with transcriptome and kinome profiles is used to highlight PP2A and PI3K/AKT as key signaling pathways involved in FB1 toxicity. It is assumed that this key point might be a good target to develop a new antimycotoxin strategy in the future.

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    Evaluating Potential Risks of Food Allergy and Toxicity of Soy Leghemoglobin Expressed in Pichia pastoris

    Yuan Jin, Xiaoyun He, Kwame Andoh-Kumi, Rachel Z. Fraser, Mei Lu and Richard E. Goodman

    Version of Record online: 17 OCT 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/mnfr.201700297

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    Soy leghemoglobin protein (LegHb) is found in soy root nodules. The protein is produced in Pichia yeast for high-quality production and is used to improve the flavor profile of plant-based meat. Literature review, protein sequence analysis, and in vitro pepsin digestion demonstrate that foods containing LegHb produced in Pichia are unlikely to present a risk of allergenicity or toxicity.

  3. Protein Digestion of Baby Foods: Study Approaches and Implications for Infant Health

    Junai Gan, Gail M. Bornhorst, Bethany M. Henrick and J. Bruce German

    Version of Record online: 17 OCT 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/mnfr.201700231

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    Properties of baby foods and the physiology of infant digestive system are key factors in protein digestion during early life. Complementary in vitro and in vivo approaches have improved our understanding of infant protein digestion. Systematic evaluations of digestion are emerging to advance the knowledge and its translation for precise and effective diet and health management in infants.

  4. Regulatory Effects of Black Rice Extract on Helicobacter pylori Infection-Induced Apoptosis

    Sa-Hyun Kim, Min Ho Lee, Min Park, Hyun Jun Woo, Yoon Suk Kim, Nagendran Tharmalingam, Woo-Duck Seo and Jong-Bae Kim

    Accepted manuscript online: 16 OCT 2017 04:50AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/mnfr.201700586

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    No Adverse Programming by Post-Weaning Dietary Fructose of Body Weight, Adiposity, Glucose Tolerance or Metabolic Flexibility

    Lianne M. S. Bouwman, José M. S. Fernández-Calleja, Hans J. M. Swarts, Inge van der Stelt, Annemarie Oosting, Jaap Keijer and Evert M. van Schothorst

    Accepted manuscript online: 16 OCT 2017 12:20AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/mnfr.201700315

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