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Publications 2018

Nutrients

Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Metabolism Acutely Adapted to Postprandial Transition and Mainly Reflected Metabolic Adipose Tissue Adaptations to a High-Fat Diet in Minipigs

 

Aging Disease

Calcitriol Analogues Decrease Lung Metastasis but Impair Bone Metabolism in Aged Ovariectomized Mice Bearing 4T1 Mammary Gland Tumours

Food function

A meal with mixed soy/whey proteins is as efficient as a whey meal in counteracting the aged-related muscle anabolic resistance only if protein content and leucine levels are increased.

Food research International

Measuring the effects of in vitro mastication on bolus granulometry of shredded meat: A proposal for a new methodological procedure

Aging research reviews

Efficacy of non-pharmacological interventions to treat malnutrition in older persons: A systematic review and meta-analysis. The SENATOR project ONTOP series and MaNuEL Knowledge Hub project.

J Gerontol Ser A 2018 Dalle

Muscle loss associated changes of oxylipin signatures during biological aging: an exploratory study from the PROOF cohort.

Food function

Effects of oat protein supplementation on skeletal muscle damage, inflammation and performance recovery following downhill running in untrained collegiate men.

PlosOneJPG

Progesterone-associated arginine decline at luteal phase of menstrual cycle and associations with related amino acids and nuclear factor kB activation

Food toxicology

French infant total diet study: Exposure to selected trace elements and associated health risks

Effect of nutritional state, aging and high chronic intake of sucrose on brain protein synthesis in rats, Modulation by rutin and other micronutrients

Mol food chem JPG

Opposite Effects of the Spinach Food Matrix on Lutein Bioaccessibility and Intestinal Uptake Lead to Unchanged Bioavailability Compared to Pure Lutein

Diabetes

The Transplantation of ω3 PUFA-Altered Gut Microbiota of Fat-1 Mice to Wild-Type Littermates Prevents Obesity and Associated Metabolic Disorders

j nutr

Metabolomics Reveals that the Type of Protein in a High-Fat Meal Modulates Postprandial Mitochondrial Overload and Incomplete Substrate Oxidation in Healthy Overweight Men

Journal of physiology and biochemistry

Effect of high chronic intake of sucrose on liver metabolism in aging rats. Modulation by rutin and micronutrients

NRR

Impact of medication on protein and amino acid metabolism in the elderly: the sulfur amino acid and paracetamol case.

BJN2017

Early changes in tissue amino acid metabolism and nutrient routing in rats fed a high-fat diet: evidence from natural isotope abundances of nitrogen and carbon in tissue proteins.

Food function

Oral declines and mastication deficiencies cause alteration of food bolus properties.

CaNutrition JPG

Time-course changes in circulating branched-chain amino acid levels and metabolism in obese Yucatan minipig

Food chemistry

The matrix of fruit & vegetables modulates the gastrointestinal bioaccessibility of polyphenols and their impact on dietary protein digestibility.

j nutr

Fructose Feeding during the Postabsorptive State Alters Body Composition and Spares Nitrogen in Protein-Energy-Restricted Old Rats

Food chemistry

Combined in vivo and in silico approaches for predicting the release of bioactive peptides from meat digestion

Food function

Beyond nutrient-based food indices: a data mining approach to search for a quantitative holistic index reflecting the degree of food processing and including physicochemical properties.

Food function 2

Processing of oat: the impact on oat's cholesterol lowering effect.

Crit Rev food

Influence of food structure on dairy protein, lipid and calcium bioavailability: A narrative review of evidence.

EJN

Metabolic adaptations to HFHS overfeeding: how whole body and tissues postprandial metabolic flexibility adapt in Yucatan mini-pigs.