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Curently we are working with possibilities of food delivery system development with complex carbohydrates and fibre from vegetables, fruit pomace or skins (e. g. blueberry, apple and grape) and marine grass (note: ethnobotanical studies in Canada in countries in the Indian sub-Continent have noted use of human consumption outside of livestock and fishes similar to salad greens) semi-purified or fully processed for various types of complex carbohydrates: polysaccharides, oligosaccharides and their enzymatically derived sugars and spring first-cut forage feed material for various of the water-soluble carbohydrates (WSCHOs).
The processes used are to physically/chemically fractionate components for low amounts of lignin, the cellulose and hemicellulose attached and pectin in addition to antioxidants and assorted or various WSCHO, separate them in vitro in prep modality, further purify them and finally freeze-dry fraction to be stored at -5 deg C.
Marine grass is touted as various sources of commercial product and based on the capital-intensive, value-added ratio will favour the following in that order of production (this may not necessarily be reflected in marketshare vs. the competition but nevertheless represents a considerable growth opportunity):
2. food like our food delivery system for complex carbohydrates
3. energy for biofuel manufacturing
4. feed as bi-product vs. pond-raised duckweed
Digestive Studies for WSCHOs:
There is a need, like in the case for bioactive oligopeptides, to verify bioavailability of sugars through 'parallel' studies with rabbits (models) with small intestinal double re-entrant cannulae to both measure or estimate their flow and disappearance through of biological agents (or WSCHOs and oligosaccharides) ,which may, in addition, be used within the gut lining itself post absorptively, constituting these digestive studies.
Last update of this entry: August 08, 2019