Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media

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Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media. / Celik, Ecem Evrim; Amigo Rubio, Jose Manuel; Andersen, Mogens Larsen; Gökmen, Vural.

In: Food Chemistry, Vol. 278, 2019, p. 294-304.

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Celik, EE, Amigo Rubio, JM, Andersen, ML & Gökmen, V 2019, 'Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media', Food Chemistry, vol. 278, pp. 294-304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.11.068

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Celik, E. E., Amigo Rubio, J. M., Andersen, M. L., & Gökmen, V. (2019). Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media. Food Chemistry, 278, 294-304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.11.068

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Celik EE, Amigo Rubio JM, Andersen ML, Gökmen V. Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media. Food Chemistry. 2019;278:294-304. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.11.068

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Celik, Ecem Evrim ; Amigo Rubio, Jose Manuel ; Andersen, Mogens Larsen ; Gökmen, Vural. / Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media. In: Food Chemistry. 2019 ; Vol. 278. pp. 294-304.

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title = "Interactions of dietary fiber bound antioxidants with hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in aqueous and liposome media",
abstract = "The interactions between dietary fiber (DF)-bound antioxidants and free antioxidants, with different substitution patterns of –OH and –OCH3 groups on their aromatic rings has been investigated. The activity and efficiency of these interactions were examined with a structural approach. Whole wheat (WW) DF-bound antioxidants and 21 hydroxycinnamic acid/hydroxybenzoic acids (HCA/HBA) were used in the experimental studies. Studies were performed in liposome and aqueous media by monitoring lipid oxidation and scavenging of DPPH radical in the presence of WW-bound antioxidants and HCA/HBA derivatives. Predominantly synergistic interactions were observed in aqueous medium, while both synergistic and antagonistic interactions were seen in liposome medium. Concentrations of HCA/HBA and WW-bound antioxidants in mixtures and their 2-way interactions made significant effect on lipid oxidation and radical scavenging reactions, with some exceptions. HCA/HBA derivatives with 3,4 -dihydroxyphenyl substitution acted as strong antioxidants in liposome medium, while the number of –OH groups affected antioxidant activity in aqueous medium.",
keywords = "Bound antioxidants, Cereal fibers, DPPH, Hydroxybenzoic acids, Hydroxycinnamic acids, Liposomes",
author = "Celik, {Ecem Evrim} and {Amigo Rubio}, {Jose Manuel} and Andersen, {Mogens Larsen} and Vural G{\"o}kmen",
year = "2019",
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language = "English",
volume = "278",
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journal = "Food Chemistry",
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publisher = "Elsevier",

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AU - Andersen, Mogens Larsen

AU - Gökmen, Vural

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - The interactions between dietary fiber (DF)-bound antioxidants and free antioxidants, with different substitution patterns of –OH and –OCH3 groups on their aromatic rings has been investigated. The activity and efficiency of these interactions were examined with a structural approach. Whole wheat (WW) DF-bound antioxidants and 21 hydroxycinnamic acid/hydroxybenzoic acids (HCA/HBA) were used in the experimental studies. Studies were performed in liposome and aqueous media by monitoring lipid oxidation and scavenging of DPPH radical in the presence of WW-bound antioxidants and HCA/HBA derivatives. Predominantly synergistic interactions were observed in aqueous medium, while both synergistic and antagonistic interactions were seen in liposome medium. Concentrations of HCA/HBA and WW-bound antioxidants in mixtures and their 2-way interactions made significant effect on lipid oxidation and radical scavenging reactions, with some exceptions. HCA/HBA derivatives with 3,4 -dihydroxyphenyl substitution acted as strong antioxidants in liposome medium, while the number of –OH groups affected antioxidant activity in aqueous medium.

AB - The interactions between dietary fiber (DF)-bound antioxidants and free antioxidants, with different substitution patterns of –OH and –OCH3 groups on their aromatic rings has been investigated. The activity and efficiency of these interactions were examined with a structural approach. Whole wheat (WW) DF-bound antioxidants and 21 hydroxycinnamic acid/hydroxybenzoic acids (HCA/HBA) were used in the experimental studies. Studies were performed in liposome and aqueous media by monitoring lipid oxidation and scavenging of DPPH radical in the presence of WW-bound antioxidants and HCA/HBA derivatives. Predominantly synergistic interactions were observed in aqueous medium, while both synergistic and antagonistic interactions were seen in liposome medium. Concentrations of HCA/HBA and WW-bound antioxidants in mixtures and their 2-way interactions made significant effect on lipid oxidation and radical scavenging reactions, with some exceptions. HCA/HBA derivatives with 3,4 -dihydroxyphenyl substitution acted as strong antioxidants in liposome medium, while the number of –OH groups affected antioxidant activity in aqueous medium.

KW - Bound antioxidants

KW - Cereal fibers

KW - DPPH

KW - Hydroxybenzoic acids

KW - Hydroxycinnamic acids

KW - Liposomes

U2 - 10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.11.068

DO - 10.1016/j.foodchem.2018.11.068

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JF - Food Chemistry

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