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Publications 2020

Publications 2020
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Dardevet D, L Mosoni, I Savary-Auzeloux, MA Peyron, S Polakof, D Rémond. Important determinants to take into account to optimize protein nutrition in the elderly: solutions to a complex equation. Proc Nutr Soc

Reynaud Y, Buffière C, Cohade B, Vauris M, Liebermann K, Hafnaoui N, Lopez M, Souchon I, Dupont D, Rémond D. True ileal amino acid digestibility and digestible indispensable amino acid scores (DIAASs) of plant-based protein foods. Food Chem.

Reynaud Y, Couvent A, Manach A, Forest D, Lopez M, Picque D, Souchon I, Rémond D, Dupont D.  Food-dependent set-up of the DiDGI® dynamic in vitro system: Correlation with the porcine model for protein digestion of soya-based food.  Food Chem.

Gleize B, M Hiolle, N Meunier, B Pereira, R Richard, I Savary-Auzeloux, C Buffière, MA Peyron, C Halimi, C Caris-Veyrat, F Nau, E Reboul Food Structure Modulates the Bioavailability of Triglycerides and Vitamin D, and Partly That of Lutein: A Randomized Trial with a Crossover Design in Adults. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research

Dopierala C , P Y Gumery, M R Frikha, J J Thiebault, S Junot, P Defaye, A Carabelli, P Tuvignon, D Remond, J Hermet, B Cohade, S Basrour, P Cinquin, F Boucher A new gastric impedancemeter for detecting the development of a visceral edema: a proof-of-concept study on an experimental endotoxemic shock  Eng Med Biol Soc 

Blanquet-Diot S, Francois O., Denis S, Hennequin,  Peyron MA. Importance of oral phase in in vitro starch digestibility related to wholegrain versus refined pastas and mastication impairment. Food Hydrocolloids

Le Bacquer O, Lanchais K, Combe K, Van Den Berghe L, Walrand S.Acute rimonabant treatment promotes protein synthesis in C2C12 myotubes through a CB1-independent mechanism. J Cell Physiol

Tremblay-Franco M , N Poupin, A Amiel, C Canlet, D Rémond, L Debrauwer, D Dardevet, F Jourdan  I Savary-Auzeloux, S Polakof.Postprandial NMR-based metabolic exchanges reflect impaired phenotypic flexibility across splanchnic organs in the obese Yucatan minipig.  Nutrients

Monfoulet LE, Buffière C, Istas G, Dufour C, Le Bourvellec C, Mercier S, Bayle D, Boby C, Remond D, Borel P, Rodriguez-Mateos A, Milenkovic D, Morand C Effects of the apple matrix on the postprandial bioavailability of flavan-3-ols and nutrigenomic response of apple polyphenols in minipigs challenged with a high fat meal.  Food Funct.

Reynaud Y, Buffière C, David J, Cohade B, Vauris M, Lopez M, Souchon I, Dupont D, Rémond D,. Temporal changes in postprandial intragastric pH: comparing measurement methods, food structure effects, and kinetic modelling. Food Research International

Peyron M.-A., V. Santé-Lhoutellier, D. Dardevet, M. Hennequin,, D. Rémond, O. François, A. Woda  Adressing various challenges related to food bolus and nutrition with the mastication simulator AM2. Food Hydrocolloids

Buffière C, M Hiolle, Ma Peyron, R Richard, N Meunier, C Batisse, D Rémond, D Dupont, F Nau, B Pereira, I Savary-Auzeloux. Food matrix structure (from biscuit to custard) has an impact on folate bioavailability in healthy volunteers. European Journal of Nutrition

Bourdiol P, Hennequin M, Peyron MA, & Woda A. Masticatory adaptation to occlusal changes. Frontiers in Physiology

Linas, N, Peyron MA, Eschevins C, Hennequin M, Nicolas E, Collado V. Natural food mastication capability in preschool children according to their oral condition: a preliminary study. J Texture Studies