Volume 3 issue 2: Special Issue for Maillard Reaction & Glycation

This volume 3 (issue 2) is dedicated to the 3rd World Congress on Maillard Reaction & Glycation which was held in Budapest, Hungary, from May 26-27, 2016.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18143/JISANH_v3i2

Conference site: http://glycation-site.com/

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 Extended Abstracts:


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  • anti-glycation and anti-oxidation activity of a complex of polyphenols
    Vicente Micol , Etienne Soudant , Celine Klotz
  • new fermented spirulina ingredient for anti-glycation and anti-inflammation protection
    Yuki Takeda , Mizuho Nasu , Ak Tan , Masada Takeda
  • combination of 3 seaweed that protect the skin against uv damages, glycation and aging
    Yuki Takeda , Mizuho Nasu , Ak Tan , Masada Takeda
  • ages and bone fracture
    Deepak Vashishth, Lamya Karim
  • effect of mas-receptor agonist administration on glucose utilization and skeletal muscle renin-angiotensin system in obese zucker rats - role of nox4 and p22phox
    ViktóRia LóRy, Miroslava Slamková, KataríNa KršKová, Rafal Olszanecki, ŠTefan ZóRad
  • oxidative status and the regulation of adiponectin receptor 2 in an animal model of obesity
    Katarina Krskova, Stefan Zorad, Lucia Gajdosechova, Rafal Olszanecki
  • food-derived advanced glycation end products induce an inflammatory response in human macrophages in vitro
    Timme Van Der Lugt, Antje Weseler, Antoon Opperhuizen, Aalt Bast
  • the influence of methionine on sugar degradation reactions
    Michael Hellwig, Katja LöBmann, Tom Orywol, Annegrit Voigt
  • slot dot-blot as an effective method for detection of ages present in sera in trace amounts
    Agnieszka Bronowicka-SzydełKo, Aleksandra Kuzan, Kinga Gostomska-Pampuch, MałGorzata Gacka, Jadwiga Pietkiewicz, Urszula Jakobsche-Policht, Rajmund Adamiec, Andrzej Gamian
  • glycation and oxidation of macrophage migration inhibitory factor in alzheimer’s disease
    Omar Munir, Jean Van Den Elsen
  • use of the vc1 domain of human rage for the affinity purification of ages
    Genny Degani, Mara Colzani, Guenter Fritz, Andrea Saccani, Laura Popolo, Giancarlo Aldini
  • the comprative studies of potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate upon treated with human serum albumin concerning maillard reaction and amyloid formation
    Fereshteh Taghavi, Mehran Habibi-Rezaei, Mousa Bohlooli, Ali Akbar Saboury, Ali Akbar Moosavi-Movahedi
  • hmw-ages induces ca2+ imbalance in rat cardiomyocytes
    Dorien Deluyker, Virginie Bito
  • jeju magma sea water inhibits expression of a receptor of advanced glycation end products (rage) in uva-exposed human dermal fibroblasts
    So-Hyun Kim, So-Hun Lee, Ye-Hyang Kim, Jin-Young Kim, Su-Yeon Lee, Young-Heui Kim
  • expression of advanced glycation end-products in the skin related to the ultraviolet exposure – a preliminary study
    Adina Bianca Bosca, Aranka Ilea, Alina Elena Parvu, Iulia Clara Badea, Carmen Mihaela Mihu, Carmen Melincovici, Anne Marie Constantin, Maria CrişAn
  • high-frequency ultrasound assesment of topical treatment with flavonoids in anti-aging processes
    Aranka Ilea, Adina Bianca BoşCa, Anca ȘTefania Mesaros, MîNdra Eugenia Badea, Adriana Florinela CăToi, Maria CrişAn
  • glycation impairs adipose tissue capillarization, blood flow and expandability causing insulin resistance
    Tiago Daniel Almeida Rodrigues, Paulo Matafome, José Sereno, José Almeida, LuíS Gamas, JoãO Castelhano, Christian Neves, SóNia GonçAlves, Catarina Carvalho, Amina Arslanagic, Elinor Wilcken, Rita Fonseca, Ilda SimõEs, Silvia Vilares Conde, Miguel Castelo-Branco, Raquel SeiçA
  • detection of ages as markers for carbohydrate metabolism and protein denaturation
    Ryoji Nagai
  • srage and esrage levels show significant inverse relationship to hscrp in lean, but not in centrally obese apparently healthy adolescents
    Katarina Sebekova, Radana Gurecka, Ivana Koborova, Melinda Csongova, Jozef ŠEbek
  • oral skin protection formula reducing glycation and aging effects, while protecting the skin from uv damages
    Yuji Takeda, Mizuho Nasu, Ak Tan, Masada Takeda
  • towards de-glycation of skin - use of symbiotic microorganisms extracts
    Amandine André, Kaatio Touré, Joanna Wdzieczak-Bakala, Didier Stien, VéRonique Eparvier
  • studies on relationship between total phenolics and rutin contents, antioxidant capacity, fermentation process and the formation of advanced glycation end-products (ages) in buckwheat-based ginger cakes
    Malgorzata Przygodzka, Henryk ZielińSki
  • metabolization of maillard reaction products by the human colonic microbiota
    Michael Hellwig, Diana Bunzel, Melanie Huch, Charles M.A.P. Franz, Sabine E. Kulling, Thomas Henle
  • identification of the schiff base intermediate in the glucose/asparagine reaction by coupled hplc-ftir spectroscopy
    Aristodimos Ioannou, Constantinos Varotsis
  • glycation impairs hepatic lipid metabolism and glucose tolerance in high-fat diet-induced obese rats, contributing to the onset of nafld
    Christian Neves, José Sereno, CláUdia SimõEs, Tiago Rodrigues, JoãO Castelhano, Judith GonçAlves, Guida Bento, SóNia GonçAlves, Maria RosáRio Domingues, Raquel SeiçA, Miguel Castelo-Branco, Paulo Matafome
  • antioxidant properties of heterocyclic maillard reaction intermediates
    Clemens Kanzler, Lothar Wilfried Kroh
  • physicochemical and biological properties of fish protein hydrolysate-ribose conjugate by maillard reaction
    Sung-Yong Yang, Sanghoon Lee, Min Cheol Pyo, Hyeonjin Jeon, Yoonsook Kim, Kwang-Won Lee
  • nitric oxide metabolites and dinitrosyl iron complexes in the non-enzymatic glycation reactions
    Olga V. Kosmachevskaya, Elvira I. Nasybullina, Konstantin B. Shumaev, Alexey F. Topunov
  • urinary excretion of advanced glycation end-products in domestic cats
    Pornsucha Palaseweenun, Gerrit Koop, Thomas Schonewille, Esther Hagen-Plantinga
  • investigation of the michael addition between quinones and amines as a possible mechanism for inhibition of maillard reactions in foods with plant polyphenols: effects in lactose-free ultra-high-temperature processed milk
    Therese Jansson, Yuting Li, Valentin Rauh, Sisse Jongberg, John SøRensen, Michael J. Davies, Mogens L. Andersen, Colin A. Ray, Marianne N. Lund
  • black radish (raphanus sativus l. var. niger): a potential hepatoprotective vegetable in a oxidative stress model *
    Taekyun Shin, Meejung Ahn, Gi Ok Kim
  • momordica charantia (bitter melon) extracts promote angiogenesis in vitro via the receptor for advanced glycation endproducts (rage)
    Ali Aljohi, Sabine Matou-Nasri, Nadia Al-Khafaji, Mark Slevin, Nessar Ahmed
  • on the molecular mechanism that links glycation with aggregation: the case of lysozyme glycated with ribose
    Laura MariñO, Pilar SanchíS, Kris Pauwels, Pierre Lebrun, Bartolomé Vilanova, Francisco MuñOz, Josefa Donoso, Miquel Adrover, Juan Frau
  • characterization of advanced glycation end products by fluorescence and maldi-tof/ms in patients with heart failure
    Beatriz Paradela-Dobarro, Susana BeléN Bravo, Diana Bou-Teen, Jana Alonso, Bruno Kotska RodiñO-Janeiro, Sergio Raposeiras-RoubíN, Alfonso Varela-RomáN, José RamóN GonzáLez-Juanatey, Ezequiel Alvarez
  • a comparative study of non-enzymatic glycation of lysozyme by two glycating agents: methylglyoxal and glycolaldehyde
    Bartolomé Vilanova, Laura MariñO, Kris Pauwels, Miquel Adrover, Carlos A Maya, Juan Frau, Francisco MuñOz, Josefa Donoso
  • glycation of plant proteins during environmental stress and ageing: methodological approaches, potential mechanisms and biological role
    Andrej Frolov, Tatiana Bilova, Uta Greifenhagen, Gagan Paudel, Elena Lukasheva, Elena Tarakhovskaya, Nadezhda Frolova, Juliane Mittasch, Dominic Brauch, Natalia Osmolovskaya, Gerd Ulrich Balcke, Alain Tissier, Thomas Vogt, Carsten Milkowski, Claudia Birkemeyer, Ludger Wessjohann
  • relation between welding fumes exposure and plasma advanced glycation end-products among shipyard workers
    Ching-Huang Lai
  • endothelial cell dysfunction caused by diabetes and age related reactive dicarbonyls
    Andreas Simm, Kathleen Jacobs, Alexander Navarrete-Santos, Hendrik Treede, Britt Hofmann
  • glycated apolipoprotein a-i exacerbates cellular senescence in human umbilical vein endothelial cells accompanied by impaired insulin secretion activity and embryo toxicity
    Ki-Hoon Park, Jae-Yong Kim, Kyung-Hyun Cho
  • age accumulation contributes to synaptic dysfunction
    Shirley Shidu Yan
  • "prevention of glycosylation by natural and synthetic antioxidants"
    Izabela Sadowska-Bartosz, Sabina Galiniak, Ireneusz Stefaniuk, Grzegorz Bartosz
  • irage as a novel carboxymethylated peptide that prevents age-induced apoptosis and endoplasmic reticulum stress in vascular smooth muscle cells
    Jean-SéBastien Maltais, Elie Simard, Ulrike Froehlich, Jean-Bernard Denault, Louis Gendron, Michel Grandbois
  • glycation abolishes the cardioprotective effects of albumin during ischemia-reperfusion
    M.Faadiel Essop, Rudo Mapanga, Danzil Joseph, Florence Boyer, Emmanuel Bourdon
  • glycated human albumin triggers mitochondrial metabolism of preadipocyte cells
    Pascal Baret, Emmanuel Bourdon, Anne Devin, Philippe Rondeau

 

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