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Influence of Chemically-Modified Potato Starch (RS Type 4) on the Nutritional and Physiological Indices of Rats

., Krupa U., Chapter 9: In vitro hydrolysed chemically modified potato starch-binding of cholesterol and bile acids. 2008, in : Starch: Recent Progress in Biopolymer and Enzyme Technology (eds. P. Tomasik, E. Bertoft, A. Blennow). Polish Society of Food Technologists. Cracow, pp. 123-130. Wurzburg O. B., Nutritional aspects and safety of modified food starches. Nutr. Rev., 1986, 44, 74-79. Younes H., Demigne C., Behr S., Remesy C., Resistant starch exerts a lowering effect on plasma urea by enhancing urea N transfer

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Characterization of Starch Edible Films with Different Essential Oils Addition

. Edible films and coatings: Structures, active functions and trends in their use Trends Food Sci. Tech. 2011 22 292 303 12. Fang J.M., Fowler P.A., Tomkinson J., Hill C.A.S., The preparation and characterization of a series of chemically modified potato starches. Carbohydr. Polym., 2002, 47, 245–252. Fang J.M. Fowler P.A. Tomkinson J. Hill C.A.S. The preparation and characterization of a series of chemically modified potato starches Carbohydr. Polym. 2002 47 245 252 13. Ghasemlou M., Aliheidari N., Fahmi R., Shojaee

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