Regine Stockmann

Regine Stockmann
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation | CSIRO · Division of Animal, Food and Health Sciences

PhD

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As an alternative to bovine milk, plant-based milks are gaining popularity in the global food market. However, industry faces various technological hurdles such as colloidal instability and sedimentation of these plant-based milk alternatives. Colloidal stability of UHT legume-based milk alternatives made from native and partially hydrolysed faba b...
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Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a large group of carcinogenic compounds. PAHs are ubiquitous in the environment and food, thus human beings may be exposed to PAHs through ingestion (water and food), inhalation (air and smoking), and skin contact in daily life. Dietary intake is the major source of exposure to PAHs in humans. Significant...
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The bioaccessibility of minerals during food digestion is essential in facilitating absorption and hence mineral bioavailability. Bioprocessing approaches have shown promising effects on Fe and Zn bioaccessibility in plant food matrices. In this study, lactic acid bacteria fermentation or enzymatic hydrolysis was performed on pea protein concentrat...
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Understanding of the mechanism of interactions between dietary elements, their salts, and complexing/binding ligands is vital to manage both deficiency and toxicity associated with essential element bioavailability. Numerous mineral ligands are found in both animal and plant foods and are known to exert bioactivity via element chelation resulting i...
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Myo-Inositol hexakisphosphate or phytic acid concentration is a prominent factor known to impede divalent element bioavailability in vegetal foods including legumes. Both in vivo and in vitro studies have suggested that phytic acid and other plant-based constituents may synergis-tically form insoluble complexes affecting bioavailability of essentia...
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An increasing world population, rising affluence, urbanization, and changing eating habits are all contributing to the diversification of protein production. Protein is a building block of life and is an essential part of a healthy diet, providing amino acids for growth and repair. The challenges and opportunities for production of protein-rich foo...
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The effects of legume protein fractions on Fe and Zn bioaccessibility remain equivocal to date, largely due to the protein's structure and the presence of anti-nutritional compounds. We administered Fe and Zn salts with legume concentrates consisting mainly of albumin or globulin from lupin, pea and faba to in vitro gastrointestinal digestion. Unde...
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Sea buckthorn (SB) berries have been used as a medicine for centuries. Its exceptional nutritional value and health-promoting benefits have been disclosed by recent research. SB berries are high in health-promoting bioactive compounds, such as vitamin C, flavonoids, free fatty acids and carotenoids. At the same time, health-promoting benefits of SB...
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BACKGROUND: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disease and a major source of morbidity and mortality. Currently, no therapy nor drug can cure or modify AD progression, but recent studies suggest that nutritional compounds in certain foods can delay or prevent the onset of AD. Diets with high antioxidants is one of the exa...
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The objective of this research was to develop a model faba bean drink with a high concentration of protein (>4% w/w). The protein molecular weights and frequency for both faba and soy were assessed using SDS-PAGE. Results showed similarities in the protein molecular weight of both faba and soy (mainly 11S globulin ~Glycinin and 7S globulin ~β-congl...
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Lignin, despite being the second most abundant constituent of plant cell walls, is thought to be chemically inert during gastrointestinal digestion and therefore attracts little attention for its role in the human diet. This study explores the heat modifications of lignin to derive species capable of slowing starch digestion in vitro. We applied va...
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Evidence suggests that diets rich in antioxidants reduce the risk factors of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Hippophae rhamnoides, commonly known as sea buckthorn (SB), is rich in antioxidants which could have direct effects on amyloid beta (Aβ) levels and consequently influence AD pathogenesis. In this study, sea buckthorn powder (SBP) was administered...
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Background Alzheimer's disease (AD) is characterised by abnormal deposition of the amyloid‐β protein (Aβ) in the brain which plays a major role in AD pathogenesis and is one of the major targets for developing therapeutic agents. Evidence suggests that diets rich in antioxidants reduce the risk factors of AD. Hippophae rhamnoides, commonly called s...
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Pear puree was acidified with citric acid and was subjected to thermal (TP) and high pressure-thermal processing (HPTP). Citric acid inhibited peroxidase (POD) and polyphenol oxidase (PPO) and preserved the color of pear puree. The addition of citric acid (2%, w/w) increased total phenolic content (TPC) and oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC)...
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A series of methacrylamide-based polyampholytes were synthesised for the first time and their temperature responsive properties investigated. N-[3-(Dimethylamino)propyl]methacrylamide (DMAPMAm) and methacrylic acid (MAA) were copolymerised in equimolar amounts along with N-(tert-butyl)methacrylamide (tBMAm) via RAFT polymerisation, forming a series...
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Forward osmosis (FO) is an emerging membrane technology that enables the concentration of liquid streams through the removal of water across a semipermeable membrane driven by the osmotic pressure difference between the liquid feed stream and a draw solution across the membrane. Similar to other membrane-based concentration processes, including rev...
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Particles and droplets of micrometre scale are present in many industrial products and processes, where they can be either part of the product (e.g. emulsion droplets), need to be separated in order to be further utilised in product formulations (e.g. starch particles of specific size or oil from enhanced recovery emulsions) or discarded as waste (...
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Background Food and nutrition security, a major global challenge, relies on the adequate supply of safe, affordable and nutritious fresh and processed foods to all people. The challenge of supplying healthy diets to 9 billion people in 2050 will in part be met through increase in food production. However, reducing food losses throughout the supply...
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Multi-responsive (diethylene glycol) methyl ether methacrylate–methacrylic acid (DEGMA–MAA) copolymers were synthesised for the first time via RAFT polymerisation, and the structure–activity interplay of statistical and block copolymers in solution was compared. In addition to MAA, DEGMA was also copolymerised with 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacryla...
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Stimuli responsive polymers (SRP) have attracted increasing interest for their unlimited potential of molecular capture, separation, purification and delivery particularly at the cutting edge of bio-nano technologies, as well as for the biotechnological, food and medical industries. However, molecular mechanisms of SRPs and their interactions with...
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Ion exchange processes are widely used in the food, bioprocessing and related industries for the isolation of proteins and other ionic species. Traditional ion exchange resins require salts, acids or bases for releasing adsorbed molecules creating a strong saline waste stream with negative environmental and economic impact. Stimuli responsive polym...
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A pilot study was conducted to evaluate the suitability of multi-element isotope ratio analysis for determining the origin of cows’ milk produced within Australasia. A milk sample from pasture-fed cows was obtained from seven dairying regions in Australia and New Zealand and analysed for the ratios of 13C/12C, 15N/14N, 18O/16O, 34S/32S, and 87Sr/86...
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The kinetics of beta-lactoglobulin (beta-LG) denaturation in pressure-treated reconstituted skim milk samples over a wide pressurization range (100-600 MPa) and at various temperatures (10-40 degrees C) was studied. Denaturation was extremely dependent on the pressure and duration of treatment. At 100 MPa, no denaturation was observed regardless of...
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Reconstituted skim milk samples were pressure treated at 100–600 MPa from 0 to 60 min at 10–40 °C. The changes in casein micelle size, the size distribution and the level of casein dissociated from the casein micelles were monitored after pressure treatment. Small decreases in size were observed at 100 MPa, with slightly greater effects at higher t...
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Biophenols have attracted increasing attention during the past few years due to their biological activities and natural abundance and are potential targets for the food and pharmaceutical industries. Olive mill waste (OMW) is rich in biophenols and typically contains 98% of the total phenols in the olive fruit, making value addition to OMW an attra...
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The quality and shelf-life of high pressure processed (HPP) Valencia and Navel orange juices were compared to fresh and thermally pasteurized juices. The juices were pressure processed at 600 MPa, 20 °C for 60 s and stored at 4 and 10 °C for up to 12 weeks. The microbiological, physical, chemical and nutritional properties of the juices and pectin...
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The global functional food and nutriceutical market is currently worth about US$50 billion and is growing at some 8% annually. This huge and rapidly growing market, driven by consumer demands for health-promoting foods, is creating an almost insatiable desire on the part of food manufacturers for new and novel ingredients with which to formulate th...
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A study was performed on the binding of organic compounds to β-lactoglobulin (β-lg) for the use of the protein as a carrier. The interaction of β-lg with vanillin was monitored by trytophan fluorescence in different physicochemical conditions. It was found that the quenching of β-lg increased with pH, indicating strong interaction at higher pH valu...
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Background - Olive oil contains some minor constituents including, characteristic phenolic compounds which contribute to the stability of the oil, antioxidant properties, lipoxygenase activity inhibition and microbial activity. Objective - To determine differences between olive and sunflower oils in regards to nutrient/phytochemical concentration,...
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Whey protein-based supramolecular aggregates show great promise as agents for texturisation and structure building in foods (Bryant & McClements 1998). Such structures have been prepared by heating beta-lactoglobulin-rich whey protein dispersions under specific conditions of temperature, pH and ionic strength. The response of supramolecular whey pr...
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Selective depiction of beta-lactoglobulin in whey protein products has been identified as a potential approach to the preparation of whey protein products with modified responses to heat treatment. The rationale for this approach is based on the principle that through a reduction in the content of beta-lactoglobulin, the effects of any heat-mediate...
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Analytical solutions for a mathematical model describing dynamic adsorption processes of proteins onto non-porous adsorbent particles in a finite bath are presented. The model, based on the Langmuir adsorption isotherm, has been applied to experimental data obtained with affinity and ion-exchange adsorbents. The external film mass transfer resistan...

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