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Congress-Projects-Public Tranfert

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 2019

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Profound Changes in Net Energy and Nitrogen Metabolites Fluxes within the Splanchnic Area during Overfeeding of Yucatan Mini Pigs That Remain Euglycemic

 

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4E-BP1 and 4E-BP2 double knockout mice are protected from aging-associated sarcopenia

NutrientsJPG

Post Meal Energy Boluses Do Not Increase the Duration of Muscle Protein Synthesis Stimulation in Two Anabolic Resistant Situations 

 

 

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Controlling infectious disease by modulatingthe microbiota with an implantable device

 

Nutrients

Impaired Skeletal Muscle Branched-Chain Amino Acids Catabolism Contributes to Their Increased Circulating Levels in a Non-Obese Insulin-Resistant Fructose-Fed Rat Model

Testure Studies

Masticatory behavior for different solid foods in preschool children according to their oral state.

Clinical Nutrition

Potentially modifiable determinants ofmalnutrition in older adults: A systematic review

FruiSénior

Development of food matrices based on fruit pastes as vectors of proteins or carbohydrates for the prevention and management of protein-energy malnutrition in the elderly.

2018

 

 

 

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.

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

p-PROBS
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Valuing the plant proteins as blends of high nutritional quality for specific populations. Proof of concept with a new product designed for preventing metabolic dysfunctions in the elderly

Food function

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

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

Emergence 2017
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Sergio Polakof

Quantitative Metabolomics : a new approach to explore tissue metabolisms

Food function

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

j nutr

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

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

CARBOPTIMUS
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Chrono-nutrition dissociated from the meal. Frail elderdies as a model

Coordinators: S. Polakof, D. Dardevet, D. Béchet

Food chemistry

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

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

Diabetes

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

Unesco
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NH part of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities

La Viande: Mon Alliée Santé

D. Rémond

Journal of physiology and biochemistry

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

Food function

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

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

 

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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 gastrointestinalbioaccessibility of polyphenols and their impact on dietary protein digestibility

 

 

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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.

 

EJN

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

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2017

BJN2017

Dietary supplementation with cysteine prevents adverse metabolic outcomes of repeated cures with paracetamol in old rats.

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Free radical biologie and medecine
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The influence of different diets on metabolism and atherosclerosis processes—A porcine model: Blood serum, urine and tissues 1H NMR metabolomics targeted analysis. 

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Reactive oxygen species enhance mitochondrial function, insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake in skeletal muscle of senescence accelerated prone mice SAMP8.

At same leucine intake, a whey/plant protein blend is not as effective as whey to initiate a transient post prandial muscle anabolic response during a catabolic state in mini pigs

Food chemistry

                                                            

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Critical food

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

Dairy Processing & rheological properties of wheat flour dough and bread containing high levels of soluble dietary fibres blends.

Correlation between in vitro and in vivo data on food digestion. What can we predict with static in vitro digestion models?

 

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

In the elderly, meat protein assimilation from rare meat is lower than that from meat that is well done.

Whole dairy matrix or single nutrients in assessment of health effects: current evidence and knowledge gaps

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Similarities and interactions between the ageing process and high chronic intake of added sugars

Critical food

Dairy products and inflammation: A review of the clinical evidence

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Glucagon's effect on liver protein metabolism in vivo

Tuning transgene expression with an artificial diet: a compelling resource in gene therapy

 

 

Amino_Acids

Dietary proteins and amino acids in the control of the muscle mass during immobilization and aging: role of the MPS response.

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Age-related changes in mastication.

Dietary calcium impairs tomato lycopene bioavailability in healthy humans.

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ScientificReports

Soluble milk proteins improve muscle mass recovery after immobilization-induced muscle atrophy in old rats but do not improve muscle functional property

Effects of high-intensity interval training and moderate-intensity continuous training on glycaemic control and skeletal muscle mitochondrial function in db/db mice.