Fedor Vityazev

Fedor Vityazev
Russian Academy of Sciences | RAS · laboratory of glicology

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The aim of the study is to develop and evaluate the printability of k-carrageenan inks enriched with callus tissue of lupin (L. angustifolius) and to determine the effect of two lupin calluses (LA14 and LA16) on the texture and digestibility of 3D-printed gel. The results demonstrated that the enriched ink was successfully 3D printed at concentrati...
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The aims of the study were to evaluate the influence of pectin isolated from fireweed (FP) on the mechanical and rheological properties of agar (A) gel, to investigate the release of phenolic compounds (PCs) and pectin from A-FP gels at simulated digestion in vitro, and to evaluate the oral processing and sensory properties of A-FP gels. The hardne...
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The above-ground part of the Salsola passerine was found to contain ~13% (w/w) of polysaccharides extractable with water and aqueous solutions of ammonium oxalate and sodium carbonate. The fractions extracted with aqueous sodium carbonate solutions had the highest yield. The polysaccharides of majority fractions are characterized by similar monosac...
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The study aims to develop gel beads with improved functional properties and biocompatibility from hogweed (HS) pectin. HS4 and AP4 gel beads were prepared from the HS pectin and apple pectin (AP) using gelling with calcium ions. HS4 and AP4 gel beads swelled in PBS in dependence on pH. The swelling degree of HS4 and AP4 gel beads was 191 and 136%,...
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This study aimed to investigate the influence of kappa (κ)-carrageenan on the initial stages of the foreign body response against pectin gel. Pectin-carrageenan (P-Car) gel beads were prepared from the apple pectin and κ-carrageenan using gelling with calcium ions. The inclusion of 0.5% κ-carrageenan (Car0.5) in the 1.5 (P1.5) and 2% pectin (P2) ge...
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The aim of this study was to isolate pectins with antioxidant activity from the leaves of Epilobium angustifolium L. Two pectins, EA-4.0 and EA-0.8, with galacturonic acid contents of 88 and 91% were isolated from the leaves of E. angustifolium L. by the treatment of plant raw materials with aqueous hydrochloric acid at pH 4.0 and 0.8, respectively...
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Low methyl-esterified pectin (AU701) was found to form gel beads with glycerol. Wet AU701-glycerol gel beads exhibited similar diameter and hardness compared to the AU701-Ca gel beads, prepared by ionotropic gelation with Ca²⁺ and used for comparison. The morphology of dry pectin gel beads determined by scanning electron microscopy revealed that th...
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The pectins were isolated from sterile stems of E. arvense (EA, yield 5.9%) and E. sylvaticum (ES, yield 4.8%) (Equisetaceae) using ammonium oxalate extraction after preliminary treatment with dilute HCl (рH 4.0). The pectins possessed high molecular weight (Mw, 340–360 kDa), high GalA content (ca. 85%), low degrees of methyl-esterification (14–16%...
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The rheological characteristics and transit time of gastric digesta and the postprandial glycaemic response in mice orally administered with water (control) or pectin solutions supplemented (AP-Ca) or not supplemented (AP) with CaCO3 were elucidated. AP and AP-Ca increased viscosity, storage and loss moduluses (G’ and G’’) of mice gastric digesta....
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Rheological properties of pectins with a different chemical characteristic in a simulated gastrointestinal fluid, as well as behavioural satiety sequence and food intake in mice, were investigated. Mice treated with pectin isolated from floscules of tansy Tanacetum vulgare L. (TVF) spent less time feeding and ate less food. Apple pectin (AU701) fai...
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The antioxidant properties of vegetable pectin fractions against intraluminal reactive oxygen species were elucidated in vitro in conjunction with their structural features. The pectin fractions were isolated using a simulated gastric fluid (pH 1.5, pepsin 0.5 g/L, 37°C, 4 h) from fresh white cabbage, carrot, onion, and sweet pepper. The fraction f...
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It was shown that sulfated pectin derivatives bind human serum low-density lipoproteins (LDLs) in vitro to a greater extent than native pectins. At the same time, the number of sulfate groups and the molecular weight of sulfated derivatives were crucial factors. The sulfated pectin derivatives with molecular weights more than 200 kDa containing 45...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the in vitro effects of vegetable carbohydrates on the activity of microbial β-glucuronidase (βG) and the adsorption of the enzyme on carbohydrates. This study used pectin-protein complexes (PPCs) with molecular weights of 300 kDa isolated under conditions simulating a gastric environment from cabbage (H...
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The following pectins were sulfated: bergenan BC (the pectin of Bergenia crassifolia L), lemnan LM (the pectin of Lemna minor L), and galacturonan as a backbone of pectins. Pyridine monomethyl sulfate, pyridine sulfotrioxide, and chlorosulfonic acid were used as reagents for sulfation. Chlorosulfonic acid proved to be the optimal reagent for sulfat...

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