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Title Anthocyanins from natural sources : exploiting targeted delivery for improved health / edited by Marianne Su-Ling Brooks and Giovana B Celli.
Imprint London, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, [2019]

Series Food chemistry, function and analysis ; 12
Food chemistry, function and analysis ; no. 12.
Subject Anthocyanins -- Health aspects.
Food -- Composition.
Alt Name Brooks, Marianne Su-Ling,
Celli, Giovana B.,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on February 21, 2019).
Contents Intro; Title; Copyright; Contents; Part I Chemistry and Extraction of Anthocyanins; Chapter 1 Natural Sources of Anthocyanins; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Anthocyanins in Foods; 1.2.1 Fruits; 1.2.2 Legumes and Vegetables; 1.2.3 Cereal Grains; 1.3 Anthocyanins in Herbs and Plants of Traditional Medicine; 1.3.1 Traditional Chinese Medicine; 1.3.2 Indian Ayurvedic Medicine; 1.4 Anthocyanins in Exotic Plants from Around the World; 1.4.1 Açai Berry: Euterpe oleraceae Mart.; 1.4.2 Andes Berry: Rubus glaucus Benth; 1.4.3 Bayberry (Also Known as Arbutus and Chinese Tree Berry): Myrica rubra Sieb. et Zucc.
1.4.4 Camu-camu: Myrciaria dúbia (HBK) McVaugh1.4.5 Ceylon Gooseberry: Dovyalis hebecarpa (Gardner) Warb.; 1.4.6 Corozo: Bactris guineensis (L.) H.E. Moore; 1.4.7 Jaboticaba (or Jabuticaba): Myrciaria cauliflora (Mart.) O. Berg.; 1.4.8 Jamelão: Syzygium cumini (L.) Skeels (Also Known as Jambolan, Jambul, Black Plum, and Jamblon); 1.4.9 Juçara (or Jussara): Euterpe edulis Mart.; 1.4.10 Maqui Berry (Also Known as Maqui or Chilean Blackberry): Aristotelia chilensis (Mol.) Stuntz; 1.4.11 Red-jambo (Also Known as Malay Apple, Pomerac, and Mountain-apple): Syzygium malaccense (L.) Merr. and Perry
1.4.12 Roselle: Hibiscus sabdariffa L.1.5 Concluding Notes; References; Chapter 2 Chemistry of Anthocyanins; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Multistate System of Chemical Reactions for Anthocyanins: The Reversible System; 2.2.1 Chemical Reactions Interconnecting the Multistate Species; 2.3 Self-aggregation of Anthocyanins; 2.3.1 Intramolecular Self-aggregation Association in Malvidin-3-O-(6-p-coumaroyl)-glucoside; 2.3.2 Intramolecular Self-aggregation Association in the Morning Glory Flower; 2.3.3 Metalloanthocyanins; 2.4 Deoxyanthocyanins: A Different Kinetic Paradigm; 2.4.1 Oaklins
2.5 Chemical Reactivity of Anthocyanins -- The Irreversible Reactions2.5.1 Substituted Anthocyanins in Position 6 and 8; 2.5.2 Pyranoanthocyanins (First Generation); 2.5.3 Pyranoanthocyanins (Second Generation); 2.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Extraction of Anthocyanins from Natural Sources -- Methods and Commercial Considerations; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Basic Chemistry and Stability of Anthocyanins; 3.3 Pretreatment of Natural Materials Before Extraction; 3.4 Conventional Extraction Methods; 3.4.1 Conventional Solvent Extraction; 3.4.2 Solid-phase Extraction
3.5 Modern Green Extraction Methods3.5.1 Pressurized Liquid Extraction; 3.5.2 Supercritical Fluid Extraction; 3.5.3 Microwave-assisted Extraction; 3.5.4 Ultrasound-assisted Extraction; 3.5.5 Pulsed Electric Field Extraction; 3.5.6 Counter-current Chromatography; 3.5.7 Enzyme-assisted Extraction; 3.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 Extraction of Anthocyanins from Food Processing Waste -- Potential and Issues; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Characteristics of Raw Material Prior to Processing; 4.3 Extraction of Anthocyanins from Processing Waste; 4.3.1 Conventional Approaches
Summary Anthocyanins are interesting due to their potential health-promoting properties as dietary antioxidants. This book discusses ways of targeting the delivery of these compounds in the body through controlled release.
ISBN 9781788017367 (electronic book)
1788017366 (electronic book)
9781788012614 (electronic bk.)
1788012615 (electronic bk.)
9781788012157
1788012151
OCLC # 1086211234
Additional Format Print version: Anthocyanins from natural sources. Cambridge : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019 9781788012157 (OCoLC)1085966162



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