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Here are some notable works of 2017

Droplet-based millifluidics repurposed for plant protein assembly

A medium-throughput screening tool working by droplet-based millifluidics was developed to better understand and control the plant proteins...
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graph from the qualitative simulation

Testing scientific theories using conceptual models: enzymatic degradation as a case-in-point example

To facilitate the capture and computation of scientific domain knowledge, we proposed a method for assessing and integrating published scientific...
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Extrusion of a plasticized zein filament

Zein: a model material for 3D-printing biopolymer melts

Our research has shown that zein, the seed storage protein found in maize, is suitable for 3D printing by deposition in the molten state.
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mixed milk protein aggregates

Field-flow fractionation coupled with static light scattering, a powerful technique for characterizing mixed milk protein aggregates

An innovative method was developed for characterizing the mixed milk protein aggregates .
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Analyse structurale fine par MS/MS et par mobilité ionique

SpecOMS: software for exploring the protein universe

Deciphering and unravelling modifications carried by proteins is a major scientific challenge for progress in healthcare and biology.
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Coupes colorées au FASGA d’un même génotype cultivé sous deux conditions d’irrigation

Quantifying the histological profile of maize ear internodes to unravel plant response to hydric stress

An automated image processing and analysis procedure for quantifying the histological tissue-type pattern of maize stem sections using high-res...
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Antibody

A chimeric antibody for allergenicity assessment of functionalized glutens

A chimeric antibody specific to deamidated glutens that can serve as a tool to characterize their allergenic potential has been produced.
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oil encapsulation

Innovative processes for oil encapsulation

Microcapsules whose size is such that they minimize process interferences with the texture or appearance of the final product have been produced.
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poulet, blé

Carbohydrate-degrading enzymes to restore gut health in broilers

Multi-enzyme preparations (MEPs) that degrade parietal polysaccharides have been used to improve the performance of broilers.
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