Advances in Plant Phenolics
From Chemistry to Human Health
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occurring bioactive compounds, to the understanding of their health benefits.
Isolation, HPLC Separation, and Antioxidant Activity
1. Isolation and Analysis of Antioxidant Phytochemicals from Black Chokeberry, Maqui, and Goji Berry Dietary Supplements
2. Phenolic Compounds from the Brazilian Genus Lychnophora Mart. (Asteraceae)
3. Polyphenolic Profile of the Fruits Grown in Serbia
4. Analysis of C-Glycosyl Flavones and 3-Hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-glycosyl Derivatives in Blood Oranges (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) Juices and Their Influence on Biological Activity
5. Determination of Ellagic Acid in the Wastes of Walnut, Chestnut, and Pomegranate Grown in Turkey
Mass Spectrometry, NMR, and in Vitro Activities
6. Extraction, Identification, and Potential Health Benefits of Spinach
Flavonoids: A Review
7. Cryo-TOF-SIMS Visualization of Water-Soluble Compounds in Plants
8. Extraction and Identification of Health-Promoting Phytochemicals from Brussels Sprouts
9. Expanding Human Blood Metabolomics to the Analysis of Coenzymes and Antioxidants Using NMR Spectroscopy
10. Proanthocyanidins from Chinese Bayberry (Myrica rubra Sieb. et Zucc.) Leaves: Structure Elucidation and Bioactive Functions
11. Phenolic Compounds in Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) and Potential Health Benefits
12. Chemical and Biological Properties of the Genus Abies
Nanoencapsulation and Health Benefits of Various Phenolic Compounds
13. Encapsulation of Polyphenols: An Effective Way To Enhance Their Bioavailability for Gut Health
14. Metabolic and Microbiome Innovations for Improving Phenolic Bioactives for Health
15. Xanthohumol, What a Delightful Problem Child!
16. Cooking Practice and the Matrix Effect on the Health Properties of Mediterranean Diet: A Study in Tomato Sauce
17. Garlic Grown from Air Bulbils and Its Potential Health Benefits
18. Biological Activities of Phenolic Compounds from Fruit, Leaves, Heartwood, and Root of Artocarpus communis
19. Impact of Anthocyanins on Colorectal Cancer
20. Phenolic Compounds Accumulation in Wild and Domesticated Cladodes from Opuntia spp. and Its Benefits in Cardiovascular Diseases
21. Nanoencapsulation: An Advanced Nanotechnological Approach To Enhance the Biological Efficacy of Curcumin
22. Powering the Activity of Natural Phenol Compounds by Bioinspired Chemical Manipulation
and identified more than 90 novel, rare and unstudied bioactive compounds from various natural products. He filed 24 patents in United States, Europe and India. He published more than 145 research papers, 25 book chapters, 210 presentations, edited four books and one encyclopedia. Due to his outstanding research contribution, he
received four Fellow Awards from Indian Chemists, Agricultural Food and Food Chemistry, American Chemical Society, The Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), UK and Association of Food Scientists & Technologist (India).
Bhimanagouda S. Patil is Director of the Vegetable and Fruit Improvement Center and Professor in the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M AgriLife Research. He has published more than 190 peer-reviewed manuscripts focused on "Farm to Consumer Approaches" involving pre- and post-harvest factors affecting health promoting compounds, taste, flavor, and quality. He is actively involved in both research and educational activities related to global level on 'Foods
He gave more than 120 invited presentations in land grant institutions, professional societies, industry, and learned society organizations including 9 plenary/keynote in several countries including China, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Brazil, Sweden, France, India, Israel, Spain, Canada, Portugal, Chile, and different states in the USA. He received 18 awards, including Healthy Living Lifetime Achievement Award by the Texas International Producers Association, Distinguished Service Award
from the American Chemical Society- Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Outstanding Graduate Educator Award from the American Society for Horticultural Sciences, and Outstanding Achievement Research Award from the TAMU College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Four professional societies
recognized as a Fellow, a title bestowed on those who have made exceptional contributions to research and academia.
Dr. Giuseppe Gattuso is Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Universita di Messina, Italy. His most recent research has been carried out in the field of the supramolecular chemistry of macrocyclic receptors and their applications in sensing devices and self-assembling smart materials, as well as in the area of natural compounds, on the isolation and characterization of flavonoids and other phenolics from plant sources, and their antioxidant and biological
properties. He is the author or co-author of more than 90 publications on international journals and invited book chapters. He got his degree in Chemistry in 1993 at the Universita di Messina, and his PhD at the University of Birmingham, UK, in 1997 under the supervision of the Nobel Laureate Professor Sir J. F.