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Dried camu-camu (Myrciaria dubia H.B.K. McVaugh) industrial residue: A bioactive-rich Amazonian powder with functional attributes

2015

de Azevdo, Juliana Chrs Silva | Alice FujitaauthorLaboratory of Food Bioactive Compounds, Food and Experimental Nutrition Department, FCF, University of So Paulo, 05508-900 So Paulo, SP, Brazil | Edson Leandro de OliveiraauthorLaboratory of Food Bioactive Compounds and Dairy Technology, Chemical Engineering Department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Campus Lagoa Nova, 59075-180 Natal, RN, Brazil | Maria Ins GenoveseauthorLaboratory of Food Bioactive Compounds, Food and Experimental Nutrition Department, FCF, University of So Paulo, 05508-900 So Paulo, SP, Brazil | Roberta Targino Pinto CorreiaauthorLaboratory of Food Bioactive Compounds and Dairy Technology, Chemical Engineering Department, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Campus Lagoa Nova, 59075-180 Natal, RN, Brazil


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Other Subjects
Myrciaria dubia; Fruit pulp; Myricetin; Industrial residue; Functional properties; Anti-infective properties; Antimicrobial; Minimum inhibitory concentration; Ellagic acid; Antienzymatic; Syringic acid
Language
English
Type
Text; Journal Article

2016-11-15
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