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Here are some notable works of 2015

 shape memory amidon stent

Starch materials for biomedical implants

Natural polymers can meet the need to develop biocompatible and bioresorbable materials for the production of biomedical implants.
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allergic test

Maternal exposure to the GOS / inulin mixture of prebiotics to prevent food allergy

Allergies are increasing throughout the world and can not be treated or prevented. They would be linked to disturbances in the microbial balance and...
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maize

New molecular targets to improve semolina quality of European maize hybrids

Maize vitreousness determines the yield of hominies, large glassy particles adapted to the cornflakes process.
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cake

For a moist cake

Originally a basic staple, cereal products have developed into pleasure foods that are now part of our daily meals. In this context, the textural...
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cellulose nanowhiskers in an agarose hydrogel

Cellulose nanowhiskers strengthen agarose gel properties

Hydrogels are materials made from a polymeric network and an aqueous solvent. They have various properties that can be modified by the presence of...
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Pore network revealed X-ray tomography and prediction of the mechanical behavior of a solid

Importance of the porous network induced by additive manufacturing in the mechanical behavior

A mechanical model is developed to understand the central role of defects induced by additive manufacturing. This model combines microstructural...
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Anisotropy map

Mechanical behaviour of biopolymer scaffolds elucidated by numerical modelling

Finite element simulation is proposed to shed more light on 3D elasticity of biopolymer scaffolds at extreme low density. All possibilities of...
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microgels

Stimuli-responsive alginate microgels for the controlled delivery of actives and stabilization of interfaces

The stimuli-responsive or smart polymers are able to respond to external stress by a conformational change. The polymer swells or shrinks depending...
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cider color

Red fleshed apple and ‘rosé’ juice and ciders

When producing ‘rosé’ ciders or juices, the use of red-fleshed varieties requires to consider new biochemical and technological constraints...
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immunolocalization of a glycosyl hydrolase

The enzymes responsible for the cell wall construction

Plant cells are surrounded by cell walls which are essential to plant growth and protection. In the case of cereal grains, cell walls are important...
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