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The Maillard Reaction in Food Chemistry

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This book is devoted to the characterization of Maillard reaction products using mass spectrometry (MS)-based technologies. The Maillard reaction is a well-known non-enzymatic reaction between reducing sugars and proteins, and one of the most important reactions in food sciences. The authors explore different MS-based technologies to systematically investigate the Maillard reaction from amino acids, peptides and proteins. By using amino acid/peptide-sugar models, the authors also show how reactants, temperature and time affect the Maillard reaction. In this book, readers will learn more about glucosylation, and how it can improve functional properties of food proteins.

The Maillard Reaction in Foods and Medicine

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This collection of papers are devoted to a single chemical reaction, The Maillard reaction. They look at various different topics, such as its use in the food industry, and its relation to ageing and age-related diseases.

The Maillard Reaction

Author : Raphael Ikan
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This first comprehensive review of the Maillard reaction and its applications shows the present state-of-the-art, including the most recent developments in its use. Describing the relevance of the reaction in areas of chemistry, geochemistry, nutritional and life sciences, leading scientists bring together both theoretical and practical aspects of the Maillard reaction.

The Maillard Reaction

Author : H E Nursten
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Research in the field of the Maillard reaction has developed rapidly in recent years as a result of not only the application of improved analytical techniques, but also of the realisation that the Maillard reaction plays an important role in some human diseases and in the ageing process. The Maillard Reaction: Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Implications provides a comprehensive treatise on the Maillard reaction. This single-author volume covers all aspects of the Maillard reaction in a uniform, co-ordinated, and up-to-date manner. The book encompasses: the chemistry of non-enzymic browning; recent advances; colour formation in non-enzymic browning; flavour and off-flavour formation in non-enzymic browning; toxicological aspects; nutritional aspects; other physiological aspects; other consequences of technological significance; implications for other fields; non-enzymic browning due mainly to ascorbic acid; caramelisation; inhibition of non-enzymic browning in foods; and inhibition of the Maillard reaction in vivo. The Maillard Reaction: Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Implications will be welcomed as an important publication for both new and experienced researchers who are involved in solving the mysteries and complexities of Maillard chemistry and biochemistry. It will also appeal to students, university lecturers, and researchers in a variety of fields, including food science, nutrition, biochemistry, medicine, pharmacology, toxicology, and soil science.

The Maillard Reaction in Food Processing Human Nutrition and Physiology

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Maillard Reactions in Chemistry Food and Health

Author : T P Labuza
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The Maillard reaction was originally studied due to its importance in foods. Lately, it has been found to play a key role in many health-related issues. It is now associated with diabetes, ageing and cancer. The 5th International Symposium on The Maillard Reaction was held at the University of Minnesota, USA, in August 1993. This volume of conference proceedings presents recent research and discusses aspects of the chemistry, kinetics, technology and toxicology of this reaction.

The Maillard Reaction

Author : John W. Baynes
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The Maillard reaction, first described during the early 20th century, originally referred to the browning reaction that occurs between amino acids and sugars during the cooking and processing of foods. This reaction contributes to the color, taste, aroma, and texture of foods, and also affects their nutritional and toxicological properties. The Maillard reaction, which has been at the crossroads of food and biomedical sciences, is now also known to contribute to the natural and normal aging of tissue proteins and other biomolecules. It is also implicated in the pathologic processes of a range of age-related chronic diseases, including arthritis, atherosclerosis, diabetes, and neurodegenerative diseases. The role of the Maillard reaction in diabetes and its complications has become a major focus of research, leading to a better understanding of the importance of oxidative stress, lipid peroxidation, and hyperlipidemia in diabetic complications. This volume addresses all of these issues - -from food to biomedical sciences -- and highlights current research trends, including the identification of new biomarkers, nutrition, and toxicology, and the role of oxidative stress, advanced glycoxidation and lipoxidation end products (AGE/ALEs) in aging and chronic disease. The last section of the book, devoted to recent research on AGE/ALE inhibitors in animal models and clinical trials, assesses the current status of pharmaceutical interventions for retarding the Maillard reaction and the pathophysiology associated with aging and age-related disease. NOTE: Annals volumes are available for sale as individual books or as a journal. For information on institutional journal subscriptions, please visit www.blackwellpublishing.com/nyas. ACADEMY MEMBERS: Please contact the New York Academy of Sciences directly to place your order (www.nyas.org). Members of the New York Academy of Science receive full-text access to the Annals online and discounts on print volumes. Please visit http://www.nyas.org/MemberCenter/Join.aspx for more information about becoming a member.

The Maillard Reaction

Author : S. E. Fayle
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It is almost 100 years since the Maillard reaction was first described. Despite decades of research since then, the products of the reaction and the mechanistic pathways leading to their formation are only gradually being unravelled. Combining comprehensive information regarding the various methods that can be employed in the analysis of Maillard products with a discussion of the advantages and limitations of those methods, this unique book provides a 'one-stop' text from which methods of analysis may be obtained. It will be useful for both new and experienced researchers who are involved in solving the mysteries and complexities of Maillard chemistry.

Chemistry of Maillard Reactions in Processed Foods

Author : Salvatore Parisi
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This SpringerBrief explains the importance of Maillard reactions in food processing. It underlines that the term “Maillard reaction” actually does not describe one single chemical reaction, but an entire class of chemical reactions, which lead to browning, with a strong impact on visual appearance, odor, and flavor. It emphasizes that the Maillard reactions are still not fully characterized, despite extensive historical studies. While under the right conditions Maillard reactions have many favorable effects (e.g. formation of antioxidants), the Brief discusses that there are also conditions where Maillard reactions can result in toxic or mutagenic reactions. Hence, it emphasizes that the reaction should be viewed as a complex network of various sub-reactions, with a plethora of concomitant reaction mechanisms and kinetics. This Brief thus makes a step toward a holistic evaluation of the complexity of the Maillard reaction scheme, with the aim of making better and more targeted use in food processing.

The Maillard Reaction in Food Processing Human Nutrition and Physiology

Author : P. Finot
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Maillard Reaction in Foods

Author : Salvatore Parisi
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This book provides an overview of mitigation strategies and positive health effects of Maillard Reaction products in the contexts of food processing and storage. The effects of Maillard Reactions can vary considerably: while on the one hand certain sensorial alterations and influences on color, flavor and odor may be desirable, Maillard Reactions can also result in potentially harmful and toxic products (e.g. furfurals, furosines, or acrylamide). This book discusses possible mitigation strategies for the reduction of toxic reaction products, including the addition of enzymes or antioxidants, reducing sugars, and encapsulation approaches, as well as new processing strategies, such as high-pressure, radio-frequency, ultrahigh-temperature, or Ohmic heating methods. The book also illustrates that certain Maillard products can even produce positive health effects, e.g. antimicrobial or anticarcinogenic effects. The methods described here can serve as a blueprint for promoting the formation of beneficial compounds and reducing / avoiding toxic substances, offering essential strategies and methods.

The Maillard Reaction in Food Chemistry and Medical Science

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Almost 200 scientists (73 overseas participants from 17 different countries and 118 participants from Japan) attended the five days conference. Two major multidisciplinary topics on the Maillard reaction were food science and medical science; the former covered the reaction mechanism, kinetics and analytical aspect of the Maillard reaction, food technology, flavor chemistry, ecology and antioxidants, whereas the latter covered in vivo reaction of the Maillard reaction affecting human health and diseases, which included oxidative stress, glycation and cell biology, pharmacological prevention of glycation, new horizon of glycation research, and glycation and diseases.

The Maillard Reaction

Author : Merlin C. Thomas
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In September 2009, a meeting was held in Palm Cove, Australia, which brought together the world experts in the Maillard or 'browning' reaction. This reaction causes the browning of foods when they are heated and in chocolate, caramel and beer, this reaction is appetizing, contributing to aroma, taste and texture. But when these products accumulate in the body, this same process contributes to disease and ageing. The book is the proceedings of that meeting, held in response to a growing recognition of the role reactive carbonyl compounds play in food technology, nutrition and tissue ageing in biology and medicine. Reactive carbonyls now touch every aspect of food science, biology and medicine. Efforts to counteract the damage caused by these products are gaining acceptance as a basis for novel therapeutic approaches, and the fields of food technology, ageing and preventive medicine are experiencing an upsurge of interest in strategies to minimize the unwanted effects of the Maillard reaction. The meeting also fostered a balanced approach to understanding both the advantageous and deleterious properties of carbonyl compounds and their end products in food science, technology and medicine. The major audience of this book is the large body of scientists and worldwide industries with an interest in the Maillard reaction in foods and biology and medicine, with both basic and applied researchers and industry representatives from diverse fields, who have interests in: * Chemistry of the Maillard Reaction * Biology and the Maillard Reaction * Enzymology, Receptors and Signal Transduction * Bioinformatics and Systems Biology * Physiology, Disease and Therapeutics * Food Science and Nutrition and the Maillard Reaction

The Maillard Reaction in Foods and Medicine

Author : John O'Brien
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This collection of papers are devoted to a single chemical reaction, the Maillard reaction. They look at various different topics, such as its use in the food industry, and its relation to ageing and age-related diseases. This collection of papers are devoted to a single chemical reaction, the Maillard reaction. They look at various different topics, such as its use in the food industry, and its relation to ageing and age-related diseases.

The Maillard Reaction in Foods and Nutrition

Author : George R. Waller
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The Maillard Reaction in Aging Diabetes and Nutrition

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The Maillard Reaction Reconsidered

Author : Jack N. Losso
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Cooking involves chemical reactions that can make food smell and taste better. However, the same process that is responsible for creating the aroma, flavor, palatability, color, and taste of grilled and seared foods has also been linked to the development of chronic degenerative diseases. The Maillard reaction produces advanced glycation end produc

Flavour Formation Through the Maillard Reaction in Chocolate Crumb Manufacture

Author : James Steven Edward Williams
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Analytical Methods for the Assessment of Maillard Reactions in Foods

Author : Rajeev K. Singla
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This Brief provides an overview of different analytical methods and techniques for the qualitative and quantitative evaluation of Maillard Reactions and their reaction products in foods during processing and storage. Reliable methodology for the investigation of Maillard Reactions and their products are of utmost importance in food analysis: since Maillard Reactions can on the one hand be desirable and advantageous, influencing the colors, flavors and odors of food products, they can on the other hand also produce detrimental compounds afflicting the consumers’ health (e.g. furfurals, furosine, or acrylamide). This Brief introduces different analytical methods, which can be used to investigate and characterize Maillard Reactions and their products in foods, including for example capillary electrophoresis, high performance liquid chromatography, gas chromatography with mass spectrometric detection, UV-VIS spectrophotometry, fluorescence, electronic nose, gravimetric systems, and many more. The chapters exemplify how the analytical techniques can be applied for assessing and evaluating different Maillard Reaction products in foods. Readers will find basic information, as well as practical hints and guidelines for application in their own laboratory.

On the Maillard Reaction

Author : Clinton Oscar Chichester
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