Jianbo Xiao

Jianbo Xiao
University of Vigo | UVIGO · Department of Analytical and Food Chemistry

Ph.D
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Introduction
Dr. Jianbo Xiao is current a professor of Faculty of Food Science and Technology, University of Vigo (Spain) and an adjunct professor of Jinan University (China). He received PhD degree in nutrition from Okayama Prefectural University (Japan) in 2009. He worked as a Postdoc supported by AvH foundation at University of Würzbug, Germany (April 2013-May 2015). Dr. Xiao has been selected as Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers (2016, 2017, 2019 and 2020).
Additional affiliations
October 2015 - present
University of Macau
Position
  • Professor (Assistant) (Full time)
September 2015 - June 2018
Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University
Position
  • Professor
April 2013 - May 2015
University of Wuerzburg
Position
  • Researher fellow

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Publications (529)
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The natural flavonoids, especially their glycosides, are the most abundant polyphenols in foods and have diverse bioactivities. The biotransformation of flavonoid aglycones into their glycosides is vital in flavonoid biosynthesis. The main biological strategies that have been used to achieve flavonoid glycosylation in the laboratory involve metabol...
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Most data of bioactivity from dietary polyphenols have been derived from in vitro cell culture experiments. In this context, little attention is paid to potential artifacts due to chemical instability of these natural antioxidants. An early degradation time (CT10) and half-degradation time (CT50) were defined to characterize the stability of 53 nat...
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Scope: In this study, the antidiabetic activity of Lessonia nigrescens ethanolic extract (LNE) was investigated in streptozotocin (SZT)-induced type 2 diabetic mice fed with a high-sucrose/high-fat diet. Methods and results: The ultra-high performance liquid chromatography coupled with photo-diode array detector and electrospray ionization-mass...
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Citri reticulatae Pericarpium (CRP) is widely consumed as a food and herbal medicine in various countries and has many biological activities, including anti‐inflammatory effects, but the molecular mechanism is not completely known. This study aims to investigate whether CRP extract and its major flavonoids hesperidin (Hsd) and hesperetin (Hst) can...
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Extensive research over the past decades has identified numerous phytochemicals that could represent an important source of anti-cancer compounds. There is an immediate need for less toxic and more effective preventive and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of cancer. Natural compounds are considered suitable candidates for the development of...
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Diabetes, being the most widespread illness, poses a serious threat to global public health. It seems that inflammation plays a critical role in the pathophysiology of diabetes. This review aims to demonstrate a probable link between type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and chronic inflammation during its development. Additionally, the current review ex...
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As the number of older people has grown in recent decades, the search for new approaches to manage or delay aging is also growing. Among the modifiable factors, diet plays a crucial role in healthy aging and in the prevention of age-related diseases. Thus, the interest in the use of foods, which are rich in bioactive compounds such as functional fo...
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A convenient and intuitive method for detecting trace heavy metal ions is vital for food safety and quality monitoring. Herein, a dual-emission ratiometric fluorescence probe based on Zr-based metal-organic frameworks (Zr-MOF) and silver nanoclusters (AgNCs) was assembled to sensitive and visual detect mercury ions (Hg²⁺). The sensor exhibits good...
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Commonly used antibiotics use multiple administrations for providing a continuous bac-tericidal effect but can increase systemic toxicity, as well as lead to bacterial drug resistance [1,2]. The use of plant-based antibacterial compounds in combination with conventional antibiotics to treat drug-resistant infections could be an alternative to overc...
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Extrusion-based 3D food printing is one of the most common ways to manufacture complex shapes and personalized food. A wide variety of food raw materials have been documented in the last two decades for the fabrication of personalized food for various groups of people. This review aims to highlight the most relevant and current information on the u...
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The increased resistance of pathogenic microorganisms to a wide range of antibiotics has driven recent research efforts towards exploring and developing effective preservatives with better potential and new strategies to prevent this multi-resistance. Many of these studies have been on natural matrices such as plants [1]. This is in line with consu...
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Nano-priming is an innovative seed priming technology that helps to improve seed germination, seed growth, and yield by providing resistance to various stresses in plants. Nano-priming is a considerably more effective method compared to all other seed priming methods. The salient features of nanoparticles (NPs) in seed priming are to develop electr...
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Recent studies have explored the field of extracellular vesicles (evs), driving an increasing interest in their application to human health. evs have unique physicochemical traits to participate in intercellular communication, thus fostering the idea of using evs to yield synergistic, preventive, and therapeutic effects. Many reports have shown tha...
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A novel hydrophobic colorimetric film was developed using ethyl cellulose (EC), castor oil (CO) and purple potato anthocyanin (AN) for pork freshness monitoring. The films with CO concentrations of 0% (control), 0.25%, 0.5%, 1% and 2% were developed and expressed as F0, F0.25, F0.5, F1 and F2. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images showed that t...
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The global prevalence of prediabetes is on the rise, and it is of value to manage prediabetes and predisposal to diabetes at an early stage. Myricetin is a natural poly-hydroxyflavonoid, found in planta with several health benefits. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of myricetin on prediabetes. In vitro assay indicated that the cell viabilit...
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Quercetin is evidently unstable in Dulbecco's modified Eagle's medium (DMEM) at 37°C. However, the underlying mechanism of this instability is not clear yet. The stability and new degradation products of quercetin in DMEM at 37°C were investigated via in UPLC‐MS‐MS analysis. With increasing incubation time, quercetin formed various degradation prod...
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The potential anti-diabetic effect of resveratrol derivative, 3,3′,4,5′-tetramethoxy-trans-stilbene (3,3′,4,5′-TMS) and its underlying mechanism in high glucose (HG) and dexamethasone (DXMS)-stimulated insulin-resistant HepG2 cells (IR-HepG2) were investigated. 3,3′,4,5′-TMS did not reduce the cell viability of IR-HepG2 cells at the concentrations...
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Cornus species are widely distributed in central and southern Europe, east Africa, southwest Asia, and America. Several species are known for edible fruits, especially Cornus mas and Cornus officinalis. These delicious fruits, characterized by their remarkable nutritional and biological values, are widely used in traditional medicine. In contrast t...
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Chronic low-grade inflammation (CLGI) is closely associated with various chronic diseases. Researchers have paid attention to the comprehensive application and development of food materials with potential anti-inflammatory activity. Owing to their abundant nutrients and biological activities, coarse cereals have emerged as an important component of...
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Pugionium cornutum (L.) Gaertn (also Pugionium ) is a special Mongolian vegetable, belonging to the Cruciferous family, growing in arid and semi-arid areas of northern China, with a unique flavor and potential health benefits. This article aims to describe the profile of volatile flavor compounds in fresh and different dehydrated samples, establish...
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Polyphenols are plant secondary metabolites, whose biological activity has been widely demonstrated. However, the research in this field is a bit reductive, as very frequently the effect of individual compound is investigated in different experimental models, neglecting more complex, but common, relationships that are established in the diet. This...
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The effects of microbubbles in chitosan-based slurry ice production were investigated, and the efficiency of chitosan-based slurry ice was evaluated for silver pomfret (Pampus argenteus) precooling and storage at 0 °C. Microbubbles generated though agitation accelerated slurry ice production by promoting ice nucleation and eliminating supercooling....
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To improve the postharvest quality and reduce the anthracnose of bananas, the sodium alginate (SA)/tea tree essential oil nanoemulsion (TEON) based bilayer films incorporated with different contents of TiO2 nanoparticles were fabricated in this work. The developed TEON presented satisfactory DPPH scavenging activity (65.5 ± 1.8%) and antifungal cap...
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Mycotoxins are produced primarily as secondary fungal metabolites. Mycotoxins are toxic in nature and naturally produced by various species of fungi, which usually contaminate food and feed ingredients. The growth of these harmful fungi depends on several environmental factors, such as pH, humidity, and temperature; therefore, the mycotoxin distrib...
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Background: Recent experimental studies have shown that vegetable oil supplementation ameliorates high-fat diet- (HFD-) induced hyperlipidemia and oxidative stress in mice via modulating hepatic lipid metabolism and the composition of the gut microbiota. The aim of this study was to investigate the efficacy of the Torreya grandis kernel oil (TKO)...
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Aromatic grasses of Cymbopogon (Poaceae) are a known genus of medicinal plants used in traditional medicine by the native people of America, Asia, and Africa. Due to large amounts of valuable essential oils they are readily used in many branches of industry. The potential therapeutic effects of Cymbopogon essential oils as well as the potential the...
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Artichoke leaf (Cynarae folium) extracts are used as traditional herbal medicinal products to treat a wide range of human ailments, being widely commercialized as nutraceutical or pharmaceutical preparations. In the current study, the hydromethanolic dried leaf extracts of Cynara scolymus L. var. major Brotero and C. scolymus L. var. redonensis N.H...
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Introduction A large body of evidence suggests that propolis exerts antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial activities, mostly ascribed to its polyphenol content. Growing evidence suggests that propolis could modulate gut microbiota exerting a positive impact on several pathological conditions. The aim of this study was to determine the i...
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Background With the globalization of trade, the current fresh fruit supply chain now incorporates multiple entities, wide distribution, and intricate transactions. This brings about the issues of information tamper resistance, supply-demand relationship, and traceable supervision. Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology with advantages of tam...
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Seaweeds are widely known superfood in coasts where most anthropogenic heavy metal discharges are inputted and stored. The present study analyzed 11 seaweed species and 13 heavy metals to test the hypothesis that the species-specific capacity of heavy metal bioaccumulation had great significance to health risk of human. The seaweeds were collected...
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Ultrasonic-assisted extraction (UAE) coupled with deep eutectic solvent (DES) is a novel, efficient and green extraction method for phytochemicals. In this study, the effects of 16 DESs coupled with UAE on the extraction rate of polyphenols from Paederia scandens (Lour.) Merr. (P. scandens), an edible and medicinal herb, were investigated. DES synt...
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Potato phenolics exhibit health-promoting effects. Studies on bound phenolics are scarce. Here, significant differences in total phenolic content (TPC), total flavonoid content (TFC) and antioxidant activity in free and bound forms were found among 19 potato genotypes. 7 free and 24 bound phenolics were characterized and quantified using ultrahigh-...
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Fisetin is one of the most popular flavonoids found in vegetables and fruits with several health benefits such as antidiabetic, anticancer, and anti‐inflammatory activities. Biotechnology or chemosynthesis tools were used for the synthesis of fisetin and its analogs to improve their yield and efficacy. Structure activity relationships (SARs) reveal...
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Meat constitutes one the main protein sources worldwide. However, ethical and health concerns have limited its consumption over the last years. To overcome this negative impact, new ingredients from natural sources are being applied to meat products to obtain healthier proteinaceous meat products. Algae is a good source of unsaturated fatty acids,...
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Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a complex metabolic disorder described by hyperglycemia and glucose intolerance. It is considered a new pandemic and its control involves numerous challenges[1]. Currently, the most common treatments consist of the use of oral hypoglycemic agents and insulin, treatments that have shown side effects(cardiovascular problem...
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Food spoilage makes foods undesirable and unacceptable for human use. The preservation of food is essential for human survival, and different techniques were initially used to limit the growth of spoiling microbes, e.g., drying, heating, salting, or fermentation. Water activity, temperature, redox potential, preservatives, and competitive microorga...
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The scarcity of natural resources and a higher incidence of diseases related to inappropriate eating habits have focused research on the search for food and nutraceutical products with functional properties that are respectful of the environment. Agro-industrial by-products are a profitable source for obtaining bioactive compounds, with various bio...
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Retinoids (vitamin A) have been reported extensively for anti-cancer properties due to their high receptor-binding affinities and gene regulation abilities. However, the anti-cancer potential of retinoids has not been reviewed in recent years. Thus, this review focused on the anti-cancer effects of retinoids and their synergistic effects with other...
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The scarcity of natural resources and a higher incidence of diseases related to inappropriate eating habits have focused research on the search for food and nutraceutical products with functional properties that are respectful of the environment. Agro-industrial by-products are a profitable source for obtaining bioactive compounds, with various bio...
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Ganoderma (lingzhi) is a famous herbal medicine and edible supplement in oriental countries for a long history. In this study, a simple micellar electrokinetic chromatography (MEKC) method was established for the analysis of nucleosides and bases, the major bioactive components in Ganoderma for the first time. By optimizing the borate concentration...
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Uvaia (Eugenia pyriformis Cambess – Myrtaceae family) is an unexplored native fruit from the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest with a high potential for agro-industrial processing. Nevertheless, scientific information on existing research of uvaia should be explored to provide the trends and perspectives for the industrial application of this fruit. Th...
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Glycated protein is a kind of substance that often exists in the human body through the combination of sugar and protein under enzyme or non-enzyme conditions. Enzyme-catalyzed glycated proteins are widely distributed in the human body and participate in life activities such as human growth and immune regulation. Non-enzymatic glycated protein is o...
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Quercetin is one of most important flavonoids in foods with multi-benefits for human health. The thermal processing is the main food processing approach. Here, the stability of quercetin in boiling water (100 ℃) was investigated by UPLC-Q-TOF-MS-MS. With the increasing boiling time, quercetin gradually degraded, and the initial degradation time is...
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The cover image is based on the Original Article Phage?based technologies for highly sensitive luminescent detection of foodborne pathogens and microbial toxins: A review by Yane Luo et al., https://doi.org/10.1111/1541-4337.12908.
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Diabetes, a chronic physiological dysfunction affecting people of different age groups and severely impairs the harmony of peoples' normal life worldwide. Despite the availability of insulin preparations and several synthetic oral antidiabetic drugs, there is a crucial need for the discovery and development of novel antidiabetic drugs because of th...
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Total phenolic content (TPC), phenolic profiles, and antioxidant activity of free and bound extracts of Sargassum polycystum, obtained by different extraction solvents and hydrolysis methods, were investigated. Aqueous acetone afforded the highest free TPC and antioxidant ability, followed by aqueous ethanol and aqueous methanol. Twelve free phenol...
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Cruciferous vegetables, also known as brassicaceae vegetables, are widely consumed worldwide for their nutritive and substantial health benefits. Compositional heterogeneity was explored in six cruciferous vegetables viz, cauliflower, turnip, broccoli, watercress, radish and cabbage leaves targeting their aroma and nutrients profile. A headspace so...
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Currently, agricultural production generates large amounts of organic waste, both from the maintenance of farms and crops (agricultural wastes) and from the industrialization of the product (food industry waste). In the case of Actinidia cultivation, agricultural waste groups together leaves, flowers, stems and roots while food industry by-products...
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Many epidemiological and experimental studies have consistently reported the beneficial effects of dietary proanthocyanidins (PAC) on improving gastrointestinal physiological functions. This review aims to present a comprehensive perspective by focusing on structural properties, interactions and gastrointestinal protection of PAC. In brief, the mai...
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Organic farming is characterized by the prohibition of the use of chemical synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, feed additives and genetically modified organisms and by the application of sustainable agricultural technologies based on ecological principles and natural rules. Organic products are believed to be more nutritious and safer foods compared...
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Foodborne pathogens and microbial toxins are the main causes of foodborne illness. However, trace pathogens and toxins in foods are difficult to detect. Thus, techniques for their rapid and sensitive identification and quantification are urgently needed. Phages can specifically recognize and adhere to certain species of microbes or toxins due to mo...
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Brown algae are ubiquitously distributed in the NW coastline of the Iberian Peninsula, where they stand as an underexploited resource. In this study, five solvents were applied to the extraction of pigments from nine brown algae, followed by their determination and quantification by HPLC-DAD. A total of 13 compounds were detected: Six were identifi...
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Microalgae, as a photosynthetic autotrophic organism, contain a variety of bioactive compounds, including lipids, proteins, polysaccharides, which have been applied in food, medicine, and fuel industries, among others. Microalgae are considered a good source of marine lipids due to their high content in unsaturated fatty acid (UFA) and can be used...
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Bioactive compounds possess different health benefits. Onion contains various bioactive compounds, such as organosulfur compounds, flavonols, ascorbic acids, and carbohydrate prebiotics, and its by‐products have more content of flavonoids than the bulb. Diallyl monosulfide, diallyl disulfide, diallyl trisulfide, and diallyl tetrasulfide are the maj...
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A visual Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) fibrous film incorporated with Roselle anthocyanin (RS) and Cinnamon essential oil (CEO) (PRC film) was designed via electrospinning technology for pork preservation and freshness monitoring. The PRC film presented well structural integrity and stability in buffer solutions without leaking out RS. And PCR fil...
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Type 2 diabetes (T2DM) is one of the most serious chronic diseases worldwide. The epidemiological studies provided evidence that dietary of flavanols, flavonols, flavan-3-ols and isoflavones can reduce the risk of T2DM. The number of publication (Indexed by Scopus) on “flavonoids and diabetes” was significantly increased during last ten years (2011...
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A dual-signal fluorescent sensor was developed for tetracycline (TET) detection in milk with excellent reproducibility and stability. In this protocol, molybdenum disulfide quantum dots (MoS2 QDs) with blue fluorescence and cadmium telluride quantum dots (CdTe QDs) with yellow fluorescence were synthesized to establish the MoS2/CdTe-based sensor wi...
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Despite the progression in targeting the complex pathophysiological mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases (NDDs) and spinal cord injury (SCI), there is a lack of effective treatments. Moreover, conventional therapies suffer from associated side effects and low efficacy, raising the need for finding potential alternative therapies. In this regard...
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The commercialization of products with cannabidiol (CBD) has undergone a significant increase. These products can be presented in different forms such as baked goods, gummies or beverages (such as kombucha, beer or teas, among others) using wide concentrations ranges. The use of CBD in edibles favors its consumption, for medicinal users, during the...
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Wheat germ protein is a potential resource to produce bioactive peptides. As a cheap, safe, and healthy nutritional factor, wheat germ-derived bioactive peptides (WGBPs) provide benefits and great potential for biomedical applications. The objective of this review is to reveal the current research status of WGBPs, including their preparation method...
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Natural pyrazines, mainly methyl-or ethyl-substituted forms, are commonly applied as flavor ingredients in raw and roasted food. Meanwhile alkylpyrazines are used as food preservatives due to their effective antimicrobial action. These natural pyrazines are widely distributed in several biological systems such as plants, animals, and insects; each...