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The effect of nuts on markers of glycemic control: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.

Tindall, A.M., E.A. Johnston, P.M. Kris-Etherton, K.S. Petersen, 2019. The effect of nuts on markers of glycemic control: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Am J Clin Nutr. 109:297–314.

Almond consumption and processing affects the composition of the gastrointestinal microbiota of healthy adult men and women: a randomized controlled trial.

Holscher, H.D., A.M. Taylor, K.S. Swanson, J.A. Novotny, D.J. Baer, 2018. Almond consumption and processing affects the composition of the gastrointestinal microbiota of healthy adult men and women: a randomized controlled trial. Nutrients 10(2), 126; https://doi.org/10.3390/nu10020126

Understanding the effect of particle size and processing on almond lipid bioaccessibility through microstructural analysis: from mastication to faecal collection.

Mandalari, G., M.L. Parker, M.M.-L. Grundy, T. Grassby, A. Smeriglio, C. Bisignano, R. Raciti, D. Trombetta, D.J. Baer, P.J. Wilde, 2018. Understanding the effect of particle size and processing on almond lipid bioaccessibility through microstructural analysis: from mastication to faecal collection. Nutrients. 10, 213; doi:10.3390/nu10020213.

Immunoreactivity of biochemically purified amandin from thermally processed almonds (PrunusdulcisL.).

Zaffran, V.D., S.K. Sathe, 2018. Immunoreactivity of biochemically purified amandin from thermally processed almonds (PrunusdulcisL.). J Food Sci. 83(7):1805-1809. Almond seeds were subjected to select thermal processing and amandin was purified from processed and unprocessed (control) seeds using cryoprecipitation. Amandin immunoreactivity was assessed using two murine monoclonal antibodies (mAbs)–4C10 and 4F10 detecting human IgE-relevant conformational and linear epitopes, respectively. Overall amandin immunoreactivity following thermal treatment ranged from 64.9% to 277.8% (4C10) and 81.3% to

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Food allergen epitope mapping.

Liu, C., S.K. Sathe, 2018. Food allergen epitope mapping. J. Agric. Food Chem. 66:7238−7248. With the increased global awareness and rise in food allergies, a multifold interest in food allergens is evident. The presence of undeclared food allergens results in expensive food recalls and increased risks of anaphylaxis for the sensitive individuals. Regardless of the allergenic food, the immunogen needs to be identified and detected before making any efforts to inactivate/eliminate it. In type

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Inositol phosphates: health implications, methods of analysis, and occurrence in plant foods.

Duong, Q.H., K.G. Lapsley, R.B. Pegg, 2018. Inositol phosphates: health implications, methods of analysis, and occurrence in plant foods. J. Food Bioact. 1:41-55. Inositol phosphates (InsPs), especially myo-inositol hexakisphosphate (InsP6), are important binders of phosphorus and minerals in plant seeds. However, they have long been considered as anti-nutritional components of plant foods due to their possible negative effects on the absorption of minerals and proteins in mammals. On the other hand, recent findings have

Almond Allergy: An Overview on Prevalence, Thresholds, Regulations and Allergen Detection.

Mandalari, G., A.R. Mackie, 2018. Almond Allergy: An Overview on Prevalence, Thresholds, Regulations and Allergen Detection. Nutrients. 10(11), 1706; https://doi.org/10.3390/nu10111706 Food allergy has been on the increase for many years. The prevalence of allergy to different foods varies widely depending on type of food, frequency of consumption and geographic location. Data from the literature suggests that the prevalence of tree nut allergy is of the order of 1% in the general population. Almond is

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