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Título Genomics, proteomics and metabolomics in nutraceuticals and functional foods / edited by Debasis Bagchi, Anand Swaroop and Manashi Bagchi

Publicación Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley Blackwell, 2015
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B. Ciencias. Física/Química-Depósito  SL 46-21    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
Edición 2nd ed.
Descripción física XXXII, 653 p. : il. ; 25 cm
Bibliografía Bibliografía por capítulos. -- Índices p. [637]-653
Contiene: Part I. Introduction -- 1. Novel omics technologies in food nutrition -- 2. Seafood authentication using foodomics: Proteomics, metabolomics, and genomics -- 3. A foodomics approach reveals hipocholesterolemic activity of red microalgae -- Part II. Genomics -- 4. Gene-diet interaction and weight management -- 5. NutrimiRomics: The promise of a new discipline in nutrigenomics -- 6. Genomics as a tool to characterize anti-inflammatory nutraceuticals -- 7. Nutrigenomics, inflammaging, and osteoarthritis: A review -- 8. Genetic basis of anti-inflammatory properties of Boswellia extracts -- 9. Cancer chemopreventive phytochemicals targeting NF-kB and Nrf2 signaling pathaways -- 10. The beneficial health effects of fucoxanthin -- 11. Nutrition, genomics, and human health: A complex mechanism for wellness -- 12. Application of genomics and bioinformatics analysis in exploratory study of functional foods -- 13. Omics analysis and databases for plant science -- 14. Synergistic plant genomics and molecular breeding approaches for ensuring food security -- 15. Combinatorial approaches utilizing nutraceuticals in cancer chemoprevention and therapy: A complementary shift with promising acuity -- 16. Nutrigenomic approaches to understanding the transcriptional and metabolic responses of phytochemicals to diet-induced obesity and its complications -- 17. Going beyond the current native nutritional food through the integration of the omic data in the post-genomic era: A estudy in (Resistant) starch systems biology -- Part III. Proteomics -- 18. Proteomics and nutrition research: an overview -- 19. Proteomics analysis for the functionality of Toona sinensis -- 20. Proteomic approaches to identify novel therapeutics and nutraceuticals from filamentous fungi: Prospects and challenges -- 21. Proteomics and metaproteomics for studying probiotic activity -- 22. Proteomics approach to assess the potency of dietary grape seed proanthocyanidins and dimeric procyanidin B2 -- 23. Genomic and proteomic approaches to lung transplantation: Identifying relevant biomarkers to improve surgical outcome -- 24. Proteomics in understanding the molecular basis of phytochemicals for health -- 25. Genomics/Proteomics of NEXT-II (R), a novel water-soluble, undernatured type II collagen in joint health care -- Part IV. Metabolomics -- 26. Harnessing metabolic diversity for nutraceutical plant breeding -- 27. Metabolimics and fetal-neonatal nutrition: an overview -- 28. Metabolomics, bioactives, and cancer -- 29. NMR-Bsed metabolomics of foods -- 30. Cancer chemopreventive effect of curcumin through suppressing metabolic crosstalk between components in the tumor microenvironment -- 31. Metabolomics of green tea -- Part V. Epigenetics -- 32. The potential epigenetic modulation of diabetes influenced by nutritional exposures in utero -- 33. The time has come (and the tools are available) for nutriepigenomics studies -- 34. Natural phytochemicals as epigenetic modulators -- Parte VI. Peptidomics -- 35. Detection and identification of food-derived peptides in human blood: Food-derived short chain peptidomes in human blood -- Part VII. Nutrigenomics and human health -- 36. Use of omics approaches for developing immune-modulatory and anti-inflammatory phytomedicines -- 37. The application of algae for cosmeceuticals in the omics age -- 38. Gut microbiome and functional foods: Health benefits and safey challenges -- 39. An overview on germinated brown rice and its nutrigenomic implications -- 40. Novel chromium (III) supplements and nutrigenomics exploration: a review -- Part VIII. Transcriptomics -- 41. Transcriptomics of plants interacting with pathogens and beneficial microbes -- 42. Transcriptomic and metabolomic profiling of chicken apidopse tissue: An overview -- 43. Nutritional transcriptomics: An overview -- 44. Dissecting transcriptomes of cyanobacteria for novel metabolite production -- 45. Inflammation, nutrition, and transcriptomics -- 46. Transcriptomics and nutrition in mammalians -- Part IX. Nutriethics -- 47. Nutritional sciences at the intersection of omics disciplines and ethics: A focus on nutritional doping -- Part X. Nanotechnology -- 48. Current relevant nanotechnologies for the food industry -- Index
Materia Alimentos funcionales
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Genómica
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Proteómica
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Autor secundario Bagchi, Debasis, ed. lit.
Swaroop, Anand, ed. lit.
Bagchi, Manashi, ed. lit.
ISBN 9781118930427