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1 Water uptake mechanism in crispy bread crust
article 2008    
Author: Nieuwenhuijzen, N.H. van · Meinders, M.B.J. · Tromp, R.H. · Hamer, R.J. · Vliet, T. van
Keywords: Nutrition · Food technology · water · adsorption · article · bread · chemistry · comparative study · humidity · kinetics · physical chemistry · sensation · Adsorption · Bread · Chemistry, Physical · Humidity · Kinetics · Sensation · Water
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2 Water content or water activity: What rules crispy behavior in bread crust?
article 2008    
Author: Nieuwenhuijzen, N.H. van · Primo-Martín, C. · Meinders, M.B.J. · Tromp, R.H. · Hamer, R.J. · Vliet, T. van
Keywords: Nutrition · starch · water · article · bread · chemistry · food handling · human · physical chemistry · sensation · transition temperature · Bread · Chemistry, Physical · Food Technology · Humans · Sensation · Starch · Transition Temperature · Water
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3 Formation and stability of foam made with various potato protein preparations
article 2002    
Author: Koningsveld, G.A. van · Walstra, P. · Gruppen, H. · Wijngaards, G. · Boekel, M.A.J.S. van · Voragen, A.G.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Carboxylic Ester Hydrolases · Caseins · Chemistry, Physical · Ethanol · Food Technology · Lactoglobulins · Plant Proteins · Precipitation · Protease Inhibitors · Protein Folding · Solanum tuberosum · Solanum · Solanum tuberosum
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4 Interfacial rheological properties of adsorbed protein layers and surfactants : a review
article 2001    
Author: Bos, M.A. · Vliet, T. van
Keywords: Nutrition · Adsorption · Chemistry, Physical · Dietary Fats, Unsaturated · Excipients · Food Additives · Food Technology · Molecular Weight · Protein Conformation · Proteins · Rheology · Solubility · Stress, Mechanical · Surface Properties · Surface Tension · Surface-Active Agents · Viscosity · Water
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5 Do sulfhydryl groups affect aggregation and gelation properties of ovalbumin?
article 2006    
Author: Broersen, K. · Teeffelen, A.M.M. van · Vries, A. · Voragen, A.G.J. · Hamer, R.J. · Jongh, H.H.J. de
Keywords: Nutrition · Food technology · Aggregation · Cryo-TEM · Disulfide bonds · Gel properties · Large and small deformation rheology · Ovalbumin · Sulfhydryl groups · disulfide · ovalbumin · thiol derivative · article · chemistry · electron microscopy · flow kinetics · gel · kinetics · physical chemistry · polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis · Chemistry, Physical · Disulfides · Electrophoresis, Polyacrylamide Gel · Gels · Kinetics · Microscopy, Electron · Ovalbumin · Rheology · Sulfhydryl Compounds
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6 14-3-3 proteins interact with a 13-lipoxygenase, but not with a 9-lipoxygenase
article 2000    
Author: Holtman, W.L. · Roberts, M.R. · Oppedijk, B.J. · Testerink, C. · Zeijl, M.J. van · Wang, M.
Keywords: Interaction · 13 lipoxygenase · 9 lipoxygenase · lipoxygenase · unclassified drug · barley · enzyme purification · enzyme substrate complex · germination · immunoprecipitation · nucleotide sequence · protein family · protein phosphorylation · surface plasmon resonance · Western blotting · 14-3-3 Proteins · Antibodies, Monoclonal · Chemistry, Physical · Escherichia coli · Hordeum · Immunosorbent Techniques · Isoenzymes · Lipoxygenase · Proteins · Recombinant Proteins · Surface Plasmon Resonance · Tyrosine 3-Monooxygenase · Hordeum vulgare subsp. vulgare
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7 Transfer of chemicals from feed to animal products: The use of transfer factors in risk assessment
article 2007    
Author: Leeman, W.R. · Berg, K.J. van den · Houben, G.F.
Keywords: Biology · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · Carry-over · Contaminants · Residues · Risk assessment · Risk management · Transfer factor · dioxin · drug residue · furan derivative · heavy metal · hormone · mycotoxin · nitrosamine · pesticide residue · polybrominated biphenyl · polychlorinated biphenyl · veterinary drug · animal food · animal product · article · food contamination · livestock · nonhuman · priority journal · risk assessment · risk management · Animal Feed · Animals · Cattle · Chemistry, Physical · Drug Residues · Food Contamination · Humans · Meat · Milk · Nickel · Pesticide Residues · Risk Assessment · Animalia
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8 Surface effects in the acetylation of granular potato starch
article 2008    
Author: Steeneken, P.A.M. · Woortman, A.J.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Food technology · Acetylation · Chemical gelatinization · Starch · Substitution pattern · Acetylation · Gelation · Acetic anhydride (BAP) · Degrees of substitution (DS) · Different sizes · Potato starch (PS) · Size fractions · Starch acetates · Surface effects · Starch · acetic anhydride · calcium chloride · potato starch · acetylation · article · confocal laser microscopy · electron microscopy · fractionation · gelatinization · pH measurement · priority journal · Acetates · Acetylation · Calcium Chloride · Chemistry, Physical · Crystallization · Gels · Hydrogen-Ion Concentration · Models, Chemical · Models, Statistical · Solanum tuberosum · Starch · Surface Properties · Temperature · Water · Solanum tuberosum
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9 Physicochemical properties and transport of steroids across Caco-2 cells
article 2003    
Author: Faassen, F. · Kelder, J. · Lenders, J. · Onderwater, R. · Vromans, H.
Keywords: Drugs · Physiological Sciences · Absorption · Caco-2 permeability · Physicochemical properties · Steroids · 17alpha hydroxy 11 methylene 19 norpregna 4,15 dien 20 yn 3 one · aldosterone · cefalexin · cortisone · dexamethasone · estradiol · ethinylestradiol · etonogestrel · gestodene · glucose · hydrocortisone · macrogol 4000 · mannitol · nandrolone · norethisterone · norgestrel · org 32540 · org 34694 · org 36410 · org 4060 · org 4325 · org om 08 · phenazone · prednisolone · progesterone · spironolactone · steroid · testosterone · verapamil · article · calculation · cell membrane permeability · cell strain CACO 2 · controlled study · drug absorption · drug surveillance program · drug transport · human · human cell · molecular weight · physical chemistry · priority journal · Biological Transport · Caco-2 Cells · Chemistry, Physical · Humans · Solubility · Steroids
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10 Use of physicochemical calculation of pKa and CLogP to predict phospholipidosis-inducing potential: A case study with structurally related piperazines
article 2004    
Author: Ploemen, J.P.H.T.M. · Kelder, J. · Hafmans, T. · Sandt, H. van de · Burgsteden, J.A. van · Salemink, P.J.M. · Esch, E. van
Keywords: Health Physiology · Physiological Sciences · Alveolar histiocystosis · Electron microscopy · Foamy macrophages · Gepirone · Lung · Phospholipidosis · Physicochemical calculated parameters · Piperazines · Sprague-Dawley rats · gepirone · piperazine · animal experiment · animal model · article · cell proliferation · cell type · controlled study · electron microscopy · histiocytosis · lipidosis · lung alveolus epithelium · lung alveolus macrophage · lymphoid tissue · macrophage activation · male · nonhuman · partition coefficient · pKa · prediction · rat · Administration, Oral · Animals · Antidepressive Agents · Chemistry, Physical · Diet · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Female · Foam Cells · Humans · Lipidoses · Male · Phospholipids · Pulmonary Alveoli · Pyrimidines · Rats · Rats, Sprague-Dawley · Toxicity Tests · U937 Cells · Animalia
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11 Effect of methylglyoxal on the physico-chemical and biological properties of low-density lipoprotein
article 1998    
Author: Schalkwijk, C.G. · Vermeer, M.A. · Stehouwer, C.D.A. · Koppele, J. te · Princen, H.M.G. · Hinsbergh, V.W.M. van
Keywords: Biology · Advanced glycation end product · Diabetes · Low density lipoprotein · Methylglyoxal · Arginine · Cholesterol ester · Cytochrome c · Iodine 125 · Low density lipoprotein · Low density lipoprotein receptor · Lysine · Methylglyoxal · Monocyte chemotactic protein 1 · Oxidized low density lipoprotein · Superoxide · Vasculotropin · Controlled study · Fluorescence · Human · Human cell · Isotope labeling · Lipid metabolism · Macrophage · Plasma clearance · Priority journal · Receptor affinity · Animals · Cell Line · Chemistry, Physical · Cytochrome c Group · Electrochemistry · Endothelium, Vascular · Fibroblasts · Humans · Lipid Peroxidation · Lipid Peroxides · Lipoproteins, LDL · Macrophages · Malondialdehyde · Mice · Oxidation-Reduction · Pyruvaldehyde · Receptors, LDL · Superoxides · Thiobarbituric Acid Reactive Substances · Murinae
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12 Poly(ethylene glycol)-containing hydrogel surfaces for antifouling applications in marine and freshwater environments
article 2008    
Author: Ekblad, T. · Bergström, G. · Ederth, T. · Conlan, S.L. · Mutton, R. · Clare, A.S. · Wang, S. · Liu, Y. · Zhao, Q. · D'Souza, F. · Donnelly, G.T. · Willemsen, P.R. · Pettitt, M.E. · Callow, M.E. · Callow, J.A. · Liedberg, B.
Keywords: Materials · Antifouling properties · Artificial seawater · Balanus amphitrite · Biological evaluations · Coating thicknesses · Cobetia marinas · Composition changing · Degradation processes · Fouling organisms · Freshwater environments · Hydrogel coatings · Hydrogel surfaces · Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus · Physico-chemical properties · Poly(ethylene glycol) · Pseudomonas fluorescens · Radical polymerizations · Ulva linza · ABS resins · Chemical stability · Colloids · Ethylene glycol · Free radical polymerization · Hydrogels · Infrared spectroscopy · Marine applications · Monomers · Polyethylene glycols · Polyethylene oxides · Polymer blends · Polymeric glass · Polystyrenes · Seawater · Silanes · Silicon · Spectroscopic analysis · Thickness measurement · Coatings · Gold · Macrogol · Silicon · Barnacle · Biodegradation · Biofouling · Chemical composition · Chemical parameters · Cobetia marina · Diatom · Ellipsometry · Environmental management · Fouling control · Fouling organism · Freshwater environment · Infrared spectroscopy · Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus · Physical chemistry · Polymerization · Water analysis · Algae · Bacteria · Chemistry, Physical · Glass · Hydrogels · Marine Biology · Surface Properties · Thoracica · Ultraviolet Rays · Water Microbiology · Bacillariophyta · Navicula perminuta · Pseudomonas fluorescens
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13 QSAR models for predicting in vivo aquatic toxicity of chlorinated alkanes to fish
article 2008    
Author: Zvinavashe, E. · Berg, H. van den · Soffers, A.E.M.F. · Vervoort, J. · Freidig, A. · Murk, A.J. · Rietjens, I.M.C.M.
Keywords: Physiological Sciences · 1 chloro 2 methylbutane · 1 chloro 2,2 dimethylpropane · 1 chlorodecane · 1 chlorododecane · 1 chloroheptane · 1 chlorohexane · 1 chlorononane · 1 chlorooctane · 1 chloropentane · 1,1 dichloro 3,3 dimethylbutane · 1,1,2 trichloroethane · 1,10 dichlorodecane · 1,2 dichlorobutane · 1,2 dichloropropane · 1,3 dichloropropane · 1,6 dichlorohexane · 1,8 dichlorooctane · 1,9 dichlorononane · alkane derivative · carbon · carbon tetrachloride · chlorine · tetrachloroethane · animal cell · animal experiment · aquatic environment · article · cell viability · chlorination · CHO cell · controlled study · cytotoxicity · fish · hydrophobicity · nonhuman · quantitative structure activity relation · Algorithms · Animals · Artificial Intelligence · Cell Survival · Chemistry, Physical · CHO Cells · Cricetinae · Cricetulus · Fishes · Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated · Predictive Value of Tests · Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship · Tetrazolium Salts · Thiazoles · Animalia · Cricetulus griseus
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