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Here are some notable works of 2016
Kraft fibers treated with LPMO enzyme (light microscopy observation).

LPMOs: new enzymatic tools for the production of cellulose nanofibres

Cellulose is a renewable source for the production of energy and biosourced materials.
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microgels

Encapsulation of Pickering oil microdroplets into alginate microgels by microfluidics for lipophilic compound delivery

Alginate microgels are widely used as delivery systems in food, cosmetics and the pharmaceutical industries for the encapsulation and sustained...
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mie de pain

Densification, an important step in bread chewing

Cereal products are an important part of our daily diet and are consumed throughout the day, despite the fact that most people are unaware of their...
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gelled water

Development of enriched gelled water for a population suffering from dysphagia

Dysphagia, or swallowing disorder, mainly affects the elderly and people with hemiparesis. The gelled water allows the hydration of these patients...
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donnees spectrométrie de masse

Which proteins are hidden behind mass spectrometry spectra ?

During the past few years, we have seen an increase in the technicality of our tools, with the constant evolution of our analytical capacity and a...
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egg

The way in which proteins aggregate when heated may change their sensitising potency

Food allergies affect 5% of adults and 8% of children and their frequency is increasing.
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