many plants, e.g. twigs of white jasmine, seeds of yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus), lentils and ash manna (Fraxinus ornus)
Soluble in Chloroform,Dichloromethane,Ethyl Acetate,DMSO,Acetone,etc.
1044.2ºC at 760mmHg
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Data were extracted as test positive/test negative results for Down’s and non?Down’s pregnancies allowing estimation of detection rates (sensitivity) and false positive rates (1?specificity). We performed quality assessment according to QUADAS criteria. We used hierarchical summary ROC meta?analytical methods to analyse test performance and compare test accuracy. Analysis of studies allowing direct comparison between tests was undertaken. We investigated the impact of maternal age on test performance in subgroup analyses.
Extrusion; Inositol phosphates; Lectins; Lentils; Trypsin inhibitors; α-Galactosides.
Novel gluten-free formulations from lentil flours and nutritional yeast: Evaluation of extrusion effect on phytochemicals and non-nutritional factors
Maria Ciudad-Mulero 1, Virginia Fernandez-Ruiz 2, Carmen Cuadrado 3, Claudia Arribas 3, Mercedes M Pedrosa 4, Jose De J Berrios 5, James Pan 5, Patricia Morales 6
2020 Jun 15
Alternative polyadenylation (APA) is a pervasive mechanism for gene regulation in eukaryotes. Stachyose is the main assimilate translocated in the cucumber phloem. Stachyose synthase (CsSTS) catalyzes the last step of stachyose biosynthesis in cucumber leaves and plays a key role in the regulation of assimilate partitioning between source and sink. In this study, three CsSTS mRNAs with the same open reading frame and the 5`untranslated region (UTR), but differing in their 3`UTRs, named CsSTS1 (short), CsSTS2 (medium), and CsSTS3 (long), were identified. Southern blot and sequence analysis of the cucumber genome confirmed that these transcripts are regulated through APA from a single gene. No significant difference of in vitro translation efficiency was found among three mRNAs. However, the relative stabilities of three transcripts varied among different tissues and different leaf development stages of cucumber. CsSTS1 expression in cucumber calli was up-regulated by the raffinose (substrate of CsSTS) and down-regulated by stachyose (product of CsSTS), respectively. In cucumber plants, all three isoforms have considerable expression in non-fruit node leaves. However, in fruit-carrying node leaves, the expression of CsSTS2 and CsSTS3 was severely inhibited and only CsSTS1 was highly expressed, indicating fruit setting has a remarkable effect on the relative expression level of three transcripts. This “fruit setting” effect could be observed until at least 36 h after the fruit was removed from the node. Our results suggest that abundant expression of CsSTS1 is beneficial for stachyose loading in source leaves, and APA is a delicate mechanism for CsSTS to regulate cucumber source-sink balance.
Alternative polyadenylation; Cucumber; Source-Sink regulation; Stachyose synthase.
Alternative polyadenylation of the stacyose synthase gene mediates source-sink regulation in cucumber
Jinji Zhang 1, Hao Gu 2, Haibo Dai 3, Zhiping Zhang 4, Minmin Miao 5
Legumes are widely consumed by humans, being an important source of nutrients; however, they contain non-nutritional factors (NNFs), such as phytic acid (IP6), raffinose, stachyose, total phenolic compounds, condensed tannins, and flavonoids, that have negative effects on human health. Although vetches (Vicia sativa) are widely cultivated, they are not intended for human feeding due to their contents of NNF. Usually, the NNF are removed by cooking or germinating; however, germination is a process that requires extended time, and cooking may compromise the viability of some nutrients. To promote vetches for human consumption, the effect of the Instant Controlled Pressure Drop (DIC) process was studied as an alternative to cooking and germinating to decrease NNF contents. Results showed that compared to raw vetches, DIC treatment reduced total phenolic compounds (48%), condensed tannins (28%), flavonoids (65%), IP6 (92%), raffinose (77%), and stachyose (92%). These results are very similar to the ones achieved by traditional ways of removing NNF.
cooking; germination; instant controlled pressure drop (DIC); non-nutritional factors (NNFs); oligosaccharides; phytic acid; tannins; total phenolic compounds; vetches (Vicia sativa spp.).
Effect of Instant Controlled Pressure-Drop (DIC), Cooking and Germination on Non-Nutritional Factors of Common Vetch ( Vicia sativa spp.)
Angel I Hernandez-Aguirre 1, Carmen Tellez-Perez 1, Alejandra San Martin-Azocar 1, Anaberta Cardador-Martinez 1
2019 Dec 30