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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: PROCESSING AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENT OF FOODS TO PREVENT OBESITY RELATED AND OTHER DEGENERATIVE DISEASES

Location: Healthy Processed Foods Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Effects of a hydrodynamic process on extraction of carotenoids from tomato     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ishida, B.K., Chapman, M.H. 2011. Effects of a hydrodynamic process on extraction of carotenoids from tomato. Food Chemistry. 132:1156-1160. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2011.11.036.
Garbanzo diet lowers cholesterol in hamsters - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Avena Bustillos, R.D., Chiu, M.M. 2012. Garbanzo diet lowers cholesterol in hamsters. Food and Nutrition Sciences. 3(3):401-404.
alpha-Solasinine and alpha-Solamargine Contents of Goboma (Solanum macrocarpon L.) and Scarlet (S. aethiopicum L.) Eggplants Determined by HPLC-MS with Selective-Ion-Monitoring - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(25-Mar-10)
Hepatic Gene Expression Related to Lower Plasma Cholesterol in Hamsters Fed High Fat Diets Supplemented with Blueberry Pomace and Extract - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kim, H., Bartley, G.E., Rimando, A.M., Yokoyama, W.H. 2010. Hepatic Gene Expression Related to Lower Plasma Cholesterol in Hamsters Fed High Fat Diets Supplemented with Blueberry Pomace and Extract. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58 (7), pp 3984–3991. DOI: 10.1021/jf903230s.
Evaluating health benefits of various fruits - (Proceedings)
Kahlon, T.S. 2010. Evaluating health benefits of various fruits. In: Proceedings of the American Chemical Society Symposium Series, August 17-21,2008, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. pp 13-23.
Quantification of the Sulfated Cholecystokinin CCK8 in Hamster Plasma Using Immunoprecipitation-Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Young, S.A., Julka, S., Bartley, G.E., Gilbert, J.R., Wendelburg, B., Hung, S., Anderson, W., Yokoyama, W.H. 2009. Quantification of the Sulfated Cholecystokinin CCK8 in Hamster Plasma Using Immunoprecipitation-Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. 81:9120-8.
Adiponectin in Hamster: Characterization and Functions in Soluble Dietary Fiber Mediated Lipid Homeostatis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(14-Jun-09)
In Vitro Bile-Acid-Binding of Whole vs. Pearled Wheat Grain - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Chiu, M.M., Chapman, M.H. 2009. In Vitro Bile-Acid-Binding of Whole vs. Pearled Wheat Grain. Cereal Chemistry. 86(3):329-332.
Effects of flavonol-rich diet on select cardiovascular parameters in a Gold Syrian Hamster model - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kalgaonkar, S., Gross, H., Yokoyama, W.H., Keen, C. 2010. Effects of flavonol-rich diet on select cardiovascular parameters in a Gold Syrian Hamster model. Journal of Medicinal Food. 13(1): 108-115. doi:10.1089/jmf.2008.0295.
Evaluating Healthful Properties of Cereals and Cereal Fractions by Their Bile-Acid-Binding Potential - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S. 2009. Evaluationg Healthful Properties of Cereals and Cereal Fractions by Their Bile-Acid-Binding Potential. Cereal Foods World. 54:(3)118-121
Particle Size Effects on the Quality of Flour Tortillas Enriched with Whole Grain Waxy Barley - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Prasopsunwattana, N., Omary, M.B., Arndt, E.A., Cooke, P.H., Flores, R.A., Yokoyama, W.H., Toma, A., Chongcham, S., Lee, S.P. 2009. Particle Size Effects on the Quality of Flour Tortillas Enriched with Whole Grain Waxy Barley. Cereal Chemistry. 86(4):438-451
Steam Cooking Significantly Improves In Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Collard Greens, Kale, Mustard Greens, Broccoli, Green Bell Pepper and Cabbage - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Chiu, M.M., Chapman, M.H. 2008. Steam Cooking Significantly Improves In Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Collard Greens, Kale, Mustard Greens, Broccoli, Green Bell Pepper and Cabbage. Nutrition Research. 28:351-357.
Rice Bran: Production, Composition, Functionality and Food Applications, Physiological Benefits - (Book / Chapter)
Kahlon, T.S. 2009. Chapter 14: Rice Bran: Production, Composition, Functionality and Food Applications, Physiological Benefits. In: Eds. Cho, S.S. and Samuel, P. Fiber Ingredients Food Applications and Health Benefits. CRC Press. Taylor & Francis Group. 305-321.
In Vitro Micellarization and Intestinal Cell Uptake of cis Isomers of Lycopene Exceed Those of All-trans Lycopene - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Failla, M.L., Chitchumroonchokchai, C., Ishida, B.K. 2008. In Vitro Micellarization and Intestinal Cell Uptake of cis Isomers of Lycopene Exceed Those of All-trans Lycopene. Journal of Nutrition. 138:482-486.
Steam Cooking Significantly Improves in Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Beets, Eggplant, Asparagus, Carrots, Green Beans and Cauliflower - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Chiu, M.M., Chapman, M.H. 2007. Steam Cooking Significantly Improves in Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Beets, Eggplant, Asparagus, Carrots, Green Beans and Cauliflower. Nutrition Research. 27:750-755.
Viscoelastic Properties of Waxy and Non-Waxy Rice Flours, Their Fat and Protein-Free Starch, and the Microstructure of Their Cooked Kernels - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ibanez-Carranza, A.M., Wood, D.F., Yokoyama, W.H., Park, I.M., Tinoco, M.A., Hudson, C.A., McKenzie, K.S., Shoemaker, C.F. 2007. Viscoelastic Properties of Waxy and Non-Waxy Rice Flours, Their Fat and Protein-Free Starch, and the Microstructure of Their Cooked Kernels. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55(16):6761-6771.
Processing Tangerine Tomatoes: Effects on Lycopene-Isomer Concentrations and Profile - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ishida, B.K., Roberts, J.S., Chapman, M.H., Burri, B.J. 2007. Processing Tangerine Tomatoes: Effects on Lycopene-Isomer Concentrations and Profile. Journal of Food Science. 72(6):C307-C312.
Lung Vitamin E Transport Processes are Affected by Both Age and Environmental Oxidants in Mice - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Valacchi, G., Vasu, V.T., Yokoyama, W., Corbacho, A.M., Phung, A., Lim, Y., Aung, H.H., Cross, C.E., Davis, P.A. 2007. Lung Vitamin E Transport Processes are Affected by Both Age and Environmental Oxidants in Mice. Journal of Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 222(2):227-234.
Dietary Soluble Celluloses Prevent Obesity-Related Metabolic Diseases in Fat Fed Hamsters - (Proceedings)
Yokoyama, W.H. 2006. Dietary Soluble Celluloses Prevent Obesity-Related Metabolic Diseases in Fat Fed Hamsters. UJNR Food & Agricultural Panel Proceedings. FF:15-19.
In Vitro Binding of Bile Acids by Okra, Beets, Asparagus, Eggplant, Turnips, Green Beans, Carrots, and Cauliflower - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Chapman, M.H., Smith, G.E. 2007. In vitro binding of bile acids by okra, beets, asparagus, eggplant, turnips, green beans, carrots, and cauliflower. Food Chemistry 103:676-680.
In Vitro Bile Acid Binding Capacity of Wheat Bran, Milled Wheat Bran and Milled Extruded Wheat Bran at Five Specific Mechanical Energy Levels - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Berrios, J.DeJ., Smith, G.E., Pan, J.L. 2006. In Vitro Bile Acid Binding Capacity of Milled Wheat Bran and Milled Extruded Wheat Bran at Five Specific Mechanical Energy Levels. Cereal Chemistry. 83(4):434-438.
The New Food Guide Pyramid: Recommendations on Grains, Fruits and Vegetables - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S. May-June 2006. The New Food Guide Pyramid: Recommendations on Grains, Fruits, and Vegetables. Cereal Foods World. 51(3):104-107.
In Vitro Binding of Bile Acids by Bananas, Peaches, Pineapple, Grapes, Pears, Apricots and Nectarines - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Smith, G.E. 2007. In vitro binding of bile acids by bananas, peaches, pineapple, grapes, pears, apricots and nectarines. Food Chemistry. 2007. 101(3):1046-1051.
Pterostilbene As a New Agonist for the Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor Alpha Isoform - (Patent Application)
Rimando, A.M., Feller, D., Yokoyama, W.H. 2006. Pterostilbene as a new agonist for the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha isoform. Patent No. 11/207,038. 2/24/06.
Soluble Fibers Prevent Insulin Resistance in Hamsters Fed High Saturated Fat Diets - (Other)
Yokoyama, W.H., Shao, Q. January-February 2006. Soluble fibers prevent insulin resistance in hamsters fed high saturated fat diets. Cereal Foods World. 51:16-18.
In Vitro Binding of Bile Acids by Spinach, Kale, Brussel Sprouts, Broccoli, Mustard Greens, Green Bell Pepper, Cabbage and Collards - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Chapman, M.H., Smith, G.E. 2007. In vitro binding of bile acids by spinach, kale, brussel sprouts, broccoli, mustard greens, green bell pepper, cabbage and collards. Food Chemistry. 100:1531-1536.
Hypocholesterolemic Properties of Food Fibers and Fractions - (Abstract Only)
(20-Dec-05)
Rice Starch Amylopectin, and Amylose: Molecular Weight and Solubility in Dimethyl Sulfoxide-Based Solvents - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Zhong, F., Yokoyama, W.H., Wang, Q., Shoemaker, C.F. 2006. Rice Starch, Amylopectin, and Amylose: Molecular Weight and Solubility in Dimethyl Sulfoxide-Based Solvents. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 10.1021:A-G.
Walnuts Reduce Aortic Et-1 Mrna Levels in Hamsters Fed a High Fat, Atherogenic Diet - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis, P., Valacchi, G., Pagnin, E., Shao, Q., Gross, H.B., Calo, L., Yokoyama, W.H. 2006. Walnuts Reduce Aortic ET-1 mRNA Levels in Hamsters Fed a High Fat, Atherogenic Diet. Journal of Nutrition. 0022-3166/06:428-432.
In Vitro Binding of Bile Acids by Blueberries(vaccinium Spp),plums (Prunus Spp),prunes(prunus Spp),strawberries(fragaria X Ananassa),cherries(malpighia Punicifolia),cranberries(vaccinium Macrocarpon)& Apples(malus Sylvestris) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Smith, G.E. 2007. In vitro binding of bile acids by blueberries (vaccinium spp), plums (prunus spp), prunes(prunus spp), strawberries (fragaria x ananassa), cherries(malpighia punicifolia), cranberries(vaccinium macrocarpon) and apples (malus sylvestris). Food Chemistry. 100:1182-1187.
Extrusion Conditions Modify Hypocholesterolemic Properties of Wheat Bran Fed to Hamsters - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Berrios, J.D., Smith, G.E., Pan, J. 2006. Extrusion conditions modify hypocholesterolemic properties of wheat bran fed to hamsters. Cereal Chemistry 83(2):152-156.
In Vitro Bile Acid Binding Capacity of Wheat Bran Extruded at Five Specific Mechanical Energy Levels - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kahlon, T.S., Berrios, J.D., Smith, G.E., Pan, J. 2006. In vitro bile acid binding capacity of wheat bran extruded at five specific mechanical energy levels. Cereal Chemistry, 83(2):157-160.
New Food Pyramid and Healthful Potential of Processed Wheat Bran - (Abstract Only)
Kahlon, T.S. 2005. New Food Pyramid and Healthful Potential of Processed Wheat Bran. Nutrition Division News - AACC Int'l. 26:3. Sept 2005.
Assessing Bioavailability of Cis and Trans-Lycopene Isomers in Humans Fed Tomato-Based Sauces - (Abstract Only)
Ishida, B.K., Burri, B.J., Chapman, M.H. 2005. Assessing Bioavailability of CIS- and Trans-Lycopene Isomers in Humans Fed Tomato-Based Sauces. Meeting Abstract Poster #44:153-154.
Assessing Bioavailability of Cis and Trans-Lycopene Isomers in Humans Fed Tomato-Based Sauces - (Proceedings)
Ishida, B.K., Burri, B.J., Chiu, M.M. Assessing bioavailability of cis- and trans-lycopene isomers in humans fed tomato-based sauces. Int'l Conference & Exhibition of Nutraceuticals & Functional Foods Proceedings. Oct 16-19, 2005. Anaheim, CA. p. 1-6.
Assessing Bioavailability of Cis Vs Trans-Lycopene Isomers in Tangerine and Red Tomatoes - (Abstract Only)
Ishida, B.K., Burri, B.J., Chapman, M.H., Neidlinger, T.R. 2005. Assessing bioavailability of cis- vs trans-lycopene isomers in tangerine and red tomatoes. Meeting Abstract of the Papers. July 2005. 9:92.
Microarray Analysis of Carotenoid Biosynthesis Genes During Cool Temperature Lycopene Production in Tomato Sepals - (Abstract Only)
Bartley, G.E., Ishida, B.K., Zhu, T., Ono, M. 2005. Microarray Analysis of Carotenoid Biosynthesis Genes During Cool Temperature Lycopene Production in Tomato Sepals. Meeting Abstract, p. 17, 2nd Int'l Congress on Antioxidant Methods, 6/22/05, Orlando, FL.
Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (Hpmc) May Prevent Insulin Resistance in Hamsters Fed High Saturated Fat Diets Through Regulating Metabolic Genes - (Abstract Only)
Shao, Q., Wlaschin, K., Yokoyama, W.H., Nissom, P.M., Yap, M., Hu, W., Lazo, G.R. 2005. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC) May Prevent Insulin Resistance in Hamsters Fed High Saturated Fat Diets through Regulating Metabolic Genes. Meeting Abstract Paper AGFD #103, ACS Cornucopia, 3/15/05, San Diego, CA.
Cool Temperature-Induced Lycopene Production in Sepals of Vfnt Cherry Tomato Fruit Cultured in Vitro - (Abstract Only)
Ishida, B.K., Bartley, G.E., Zhu, T., Ono, M. 2005. Cool Temperature-induced Lycopene Production in Sepals of VFNT Cherry Tomato Fruit Cultured in Vitro. Meeting Abstract Paper AGFD #12. ACS Cornucopia, 3/15/05, San Diego, CA.
Effect of Processing on Lycopene-Isomer Content of Tangerine Tomato - (Abstract Only)
Ishida, B.K., Bartley, G.E., Chapman, M.H. 2005. Effects of Processing on Lycopene-isomer Content of Tangerine Tomato. Meeting Abstract Paper AGFD #117, ACS Cornucopia, 3/15/05, San Diego, CA.
Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (Hpmc) Prevents Insulin Resistance in Hamsters Fed High High Saturated Fat Diets Through Regulation of Metabolic Genes - (Abstract Only)
Shao, Q., Wlaschin, K., Yokoyama, W.H., Nissom, P.M., Yap, M., Hu, W., Lazo, G.R. 2005. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (hpmc) May Prevent Insulin Resistance in Hamsters Fed High Saturated Fat Diets through Regulating Metabolic Genes. Meeting Abstract Paper AGFD #103, ACS Cornucopia, 3/15/05, San Diego, CA.
Carotenoids: Chemistry, Sources, and Physiology - (Book / Chapter)
Ishida, B.K., Bartley, G.E. 2005. Carotenoids: Chemistry, Sources, and Physiology. Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition. 2nd Edition. Vol 1. Chapter C. p. 330-338.
Healthful Properties of Cereal Fractions - (Abstract Only)
Kahlon, T.S., Smith, G.E. 2005. Healthful properties of cereal fractions. Meeting Abstract Poster, Page 98, 50 Years ICC-Jubilee Conference "Cereals-the Future Challenge". July 2005. Vienna, Austria.
Extraction of Carotenoids from Plant Material - (Patent Application)
Ishida, B.K., Chapman, M.H., Randhava, S.S., Randhava, S.S. 2005. Extraction of carotenoids from plant material. Patent Application Serial No. 60/640,029 Filed 12/28/2004.
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