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Assessment of the in vitro prebiotic potencial of novel oligosaccharides enzymatically synthesized using microbial transglycosidases acting on sucrose

AuthorsDíez-Municio, M. ; Kolida, Sofía; Herrero, Miguel ; Olano, Agustín ; Rastall, Robert A.; Moreno, F. Javier
Issue Date2016
CitationVII Workshop Probióticos, Prebióticos y Salud. Evidencia Científica (2016)
AbstractA wide range of non-digestible oligosaccharides with potential of being selectively fermented in the human gut is emerging, which can be considered as candidate functional food ingredients. Among the strategies used to obtain new prebiotic candidates, enzymatic synthesis has attracted special attention as this process commonly exhibits high yields, substrate specificity and regio- and stereo-specificity. Once the challenges of production, structural characterization and purification have been met, evaluation of the prebiotic potential of dietary carbohydrates is an essential research target. In this work, fermentation profiles of five enzymatically synthesized purified oligosaccharides (4-galactosyl-kojibiose, kojibiose, lactulosucrose, and sets of lactosyl- (DP 4-6) and raffinosyl-oligofructosides (DP 4-7)) were studied using an in vitro batch-culture fermentation system inoculated with human faecal slurries, simulating the events in the distal colon.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado al VII Workshop Probióticos, Prebióticos y Salud, celebrado en Sevilla (España) del 28 al 29 de enero de 2016.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/151649
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