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OP-101  POLYPHENOLS INTERACTIONS INSIDE ORAL CAVITY: INTERACTION WITH DIFFERENT FAMILIES OF SALIVARY PROTEINS AND WITH ORAL CELLS S. SoaresUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-102  PHOTOREACTIVITY AND METAL COMPLEXATION OF 3-HYDROXYFLAVONE: HIGHLIGHTING OF THE CONFINEMENT EFFECT IN ZEOLITE BY COMPARISON WITH SOLUTION A. Le PersonUniversité de Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
OP-103  POLYPHENOL-MEMBRANE INTERACTION: A MOLECULAR POINT OF VIEW P. TrouillasUniversity of Limoges, Limoges, France
OP-104  HOW pH AND REDOX POTENTIAL CAN MODULATE COLOR EXPRESSION OF YELLOW-ORANGE CHROMOPHORES? AN ANALYTICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL STUDY IN THE COLORFUL WORLD OF APPLE JUICES... E. Le DeunINRA, Le Rheu, France
OP-105  CROWN PROCYANIDIN: A NEW PROCYANIDIN SUB-FAMILY WITH UNUSUAL MACRO-CYCLIC CARBON SKELETON M. JourdesUniversité de Bordeaux, Villenave d’Ornon, France
OP-106  FLAVYLIUM-BASED PIGMENTS AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS S. ChassaingUniversité de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
OP-107  NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN FLAVYLIUM MULTISTATE CHEMISTRY F. PinaUniversidade NOVA de Lisboa, Caparica, Portugal
OP-108  DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A UNIFIED METHOD FOR SYNTHESIZING C–O DIGALLATE H. YamadaKwansei Gakuin University, Sanda, Japan
OP-109  PETROLOMICS-DERIVED DATA INTERPRETATION: A STRUCTURAL MODEL FOR ACETALDEHYDE-MEDIATED REACTIONS A. Vallverdu-QueraltINRA, Montpellier Cedex, France
OP-110  PROANTHOCYANIDIN BIOSYNTHESIS: STRUCTURAL STUDIES OF KEY STEPS INVOLVING ANS AND ANR S. AntonczakUniversité Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France
OP-111  REAL-TIME ANALYSIS OF POLYPHENOL-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS BY SURFACE PLASMON RESONANCE USING SURFACE-BOUND POLYPHENOLS S. QuideauUniversité de Bordeaux, Talence cedex, France
OP-112  MALVIDIN-3-GLUCOSIDE-FATTY ACID CONJUGATES: FROM HYDROPHILIC TOWARDS NOVEL LIPOPHILIC DERIVATIVES L. CruzUniversity of Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-113  COMPARISON OF METAL COMPLEXING PROPERTIES OF 3-HYDROXYFLAVONE AND 3-HYDROXYFLAVOTHIONE BY MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY C. FalantinUniversité de Lille, Sciences et Technologies, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
OP-114  ELUCIDATION OF STRUCTURE, NATURE AND PURITY OF CONDENSED TANNINS VIA QUANTITATIVE 31P NMR C. CrestiniUniversity of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy
OP-115  CHEMICAL MAPPING OF CONIFERIN AND MONO/DI-SACCHARIDES IN FREEZE-FIXED Ginkgo biloba BY CRYO TIME-OF-FLIGHT SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTROMETRY D. AokiNagoya University, Aichi, Japan
OP-201  REGULATION OF UV-INDUCED FLAVONOID PRODUCTION IN Marchantia polymorpha K. DaviesThe New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited (PFR), Palmerston North, New Zealand
OP-202  FRUIT SPECIFIC-MUTATION INSIDE ANTHOCYANIDIN SYNTHASE GENE EXHIBITS PATHWAYS CONTROLLING PIGMENTATION IN Rubus Idaeus M.Z. RafiqueFondazione Edmund Mach, San Michele all'Adige, Italy
OP-203  SHEDDING LIGHT ON GALLIC ACID BIOSYNTHESIS IN GRAPEVINE T. BontpartINRA, Montpellier Cedex, France
OP-204  EFFECT OF bHLH GENE REGULATORS OF ANTHOCYANIN PATHWAY OF WILD STRAWBERRIES (Fragaria vesca L) IN THE POLYPHENOL CONTENT ON COMMERCIAL STRAWBERRIES FRUIT (Fragaria x ananassa) L. HerreraFondazione Edmund Mach, S. Michele all'Adige, Italy
OP-205  REDUCING PHLORIDZIN CONCENTRATIONS IN APPLE PERTURBS GENERAL PHENYLPROPANOID BIOSYNTHESIS AND PLANT DEVELOPMENT A. DareThe New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited (PFR), Auckland, New Zealand
OP-206  EXUDATE FLAVONOIDS OF Primula: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE K.M. Valant-VetscheraUniversity of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
OP-207  BIOSYNTHESIS OF LIPOPHILIC FLAVONES IN PELTATE GLANDULAR TRICHOMES OF SWEET BASIL D. GangWashington State University, Pullman, USA
OP-208  SWITCHING ON AND OFF FLAVANONE 4-REDUCTASE ACTIVITY OF DIHYDROFLAVONOL 4-REDUCTASE FROM Sinningia cardinalis Ch. SchlosserTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
OP-209  PRODUCTION OF FLAVONOIDS IN RECOMBINANT MICROORGANISMS USING BACTERIAL CO-CULTURES M. KoffasRensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA
OP-301  SLOW-GROWING Salix repens UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE K. NissinenUniversity of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland
OP-302  INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT UV LIGHT SPECTRA ON THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF FLAVONOIDS IN DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF PAK CHOI S. NeugartLeibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops Grossbeeren/Erfurt e.V. , Grossbeeren, Germany
OP-303  POLYPHENOL-ALUMINUM COMPLEX FORMATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR ALUMINUM TOLERANCE IN PLANTS A. HagermanMiami University, Oxford, USA
OP-304  IN PLANTA LOCALIZATION OF STILBENES AND (+)-CATECHIN WITHIN NORWAY SPRUCE PHLOEM T. JyskeNatural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Vantaa, Finland
OP-305  LIFE+2013 EVERGREEN IDENTIFIED POLYPHENOL BOTANICAL BIOSTIMULANTS AS POTENTIAL SUBSTITUTES OF AGROCHEMICALS TO INCREASE PLANT RESISTANCE TO Meloidogyne arenaria CHIT E. BargiacchiConsortium INSTM, Firenze, Italy
OP-306  DISTRIBUTION OF POLYPHENOL-BASED PRO-OXIDANT DEFENSES IN THE PLANT KINGDOM J.-P. SalminenUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
OP-401  A MOLECULAR PARADIGM FOR THE BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF CURCUMIN C. SchneiderVanderbilt University Medical School, Nashville, USA
OP-402  THE IMPACT OF GASTROINTESTINAL MODIFICATIONS ON THE BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACTIVITY OF BROWN SEAWEED PHLOROTANNINS G. CoronaUniversity of Roehampton, London, UK
OP-403  STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP OF PHENOLIC ACIDS DERIVATIVES: IMPACT ON TOXICITY AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY D. PereiraUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-404  REDUCING WHEAT ALLERGIC RESPONSE BY POLYPHENOL-ALLERGEN INTERACTIONS M. PerotINRA, Nantes, France
OP-405  CHEMICAL STRUCTURES OF PLANT HYDROLYZABLE TANNINS REVEAL THEIR IN VITRO ACTIVITY AGAINST EGG HATCHING AND MOTILITY OF Haemonchus contortus NEMATODES M.Th. EngströmUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
OP-406  NOVEL THERAPEUTIC (POLY)PHENOLS REVEALED AFTER A BERRY GERMPLASM BIOPROSPECTION R. MenezesInstituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnológica, Portugal
OP-407  ELECTROCHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SYNERGISTIC ANTIOXIDANT AND NEUROPROTECTIVE PROPERTIES OF OLIVE OIL POLYPHENOLS M. Lambert de MalezieuUniversité de Rennes 1, Rennes, France
OP-408  FLAVONOID METABOLITES ARE ABUNDANT IN HUMAN URINE AFTER ANTHOCYANIN INTAKE W. KaltAgriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Kentville Nova Scotia, Canada
OP-409  DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF ANTHOCYANINS ON CELLULAR BIOENERGETICS AND INFLAMMATORY RESPONSES OF M1/M2 MACROPHAGES S. KomarnytskyNorth Carolina State University, Kannapolis, USA
OP-410  BIOAVAILABILITY OF RED WINE ANTHOCYANINS: A HUMAN TRIAL IN NORMAL WEIGHT MEN I. FernandesUniversity of Porto, Porto, Portugal
OP-411  IMPACT OF PROCYANIDIN-CELL WALL INTERACTIONS WITHIN APPLE MATRICES ON THE METABOLISM OF PROCYANIDINS BY THE HUMAN GUT MICROBIOTA C. Le BourvellecINRA, Avignon, France
OP-412  METABOLIC PROFILING UNCOVERS NEW BIOACTIVES FROM BERRIES: POLYPHENOLS AND OTHER COMPONENTS G.J. McDougallThe James Hutton Institute, Dundee, Scotland
OP-413  IN VIVO-DIGESTED RASPBERRY (POLY)PHENOLICS DECREASE DNA DAMAGE IN NORMAL COLONOCYTES Ch. GillUniversity of Ulster, Coleraine, Northern Ireland
OP-414  OXIDATIVE TRANSFORMATION OF CURCUMIN-GLUCURONIDE P. LuisVanderbilt University Medical School, Nashville, USA
OP-415  LIPO-PHENOLIC DERIVATIVES AS ANTI-CARBONYL STRESSORS IN RETINA PATHOLOGIES C. CrausteInstitute of Biomolecules Max Mousseron (IBMM), Montpellier, France
OP-416  COFFEE PHENOLIC METABOLITES ON RETINA DEGENERATION C. LeeCornell University, Ithaca, USA
OP-501  PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS (PEF) AND SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION (SFE) – AN INNOVATIVE PROCESS FOR SUSTAINABLE ANTHOCYANIN EXTRACTION FROM BILBERRY POMACE E. VoigtTechnical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany
OP-502  HOMOGENEOUS TECHNICAL LIGNINS AS POLYPHENOLIC PRECURSORS TO HEAT STABLE POLYMERS & CARBON FIBERS D. ArgyropoulosNorth Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA
OP-503  CREATING A WATER-SOLUBLE RESVERATROL-BASED ANTIOXIDANT THROUGH SITE-SELECTIVE ENZYMATIC GLUCOSYLATION A. LepakGraz University of Technology, Graz, Austria
OP-504  HOT WATER EXTRACTS FROM THE BARK OF EUROPEAN SOFTWOOD SPECIES AT DIFFERENT PROCESS CONDITIONS AND TISSUE AGES S. BianchiBern University of Applied Science, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland
OP-505  INFLUENCE OF TOASTING OAK WOOD ON ELLAGITANNIN STRUCTURES K. ChiraUniversité de Bordeaux, Villenave d’Ornon, France
OP-506  POLYPHENOL LIPOPHILIZATION: A SUITABLE TOOL FOR THE VALORIZATION OF NATURAL BY-PRODUCTS C. Grajeda-IglesiasMontpellier SupAgro, Montpellier, France
OP-507  PHENOL–FORMALDEHYDE REACTIVITY WITH LIGNIN IN THE WOOD CELL WALL D. YelleU.S. Forest Service, Madison, USA
OP-508  A SUPERIOR ALL-NATURAL ANTIOXIDANT BIOMATERIAL FROM SPENT COFFEE GROUNDS FOR POLYMER STABILIZATION, CELL PROTECTION AND FOOD LIPID PRESERVATION L. PanzellaUniversity of Naples "Federico II", Naples, Italy
OP-509  STEM CELL-COMPATIBLE MUSSEL-INSPIRED ADHESIVE THIN FILMS BUILT UPON NATURAL CATECHOLS A. Napolitano University of Naples "Federico II", Naples, Italy
OP-901  ENGINEERING LACTOCOCCUS LACTIS FOR STILBENE PRODUCTION A. DudnikTechnical University of Denmark, Hørsholm, Denmark
OP-902  PHYTOCHEMICAL MINING OF BERRIES GERMPLASM D. StewartThe James Hutton Institute, Dundee, Scotland
OP-903  BIOPROSPECTING AND BIODISCOVERY OF NOVEL BERRY HIGH VALUE PHENOLICS C.N. SantosInstituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnológica, Oeiras, Portugal
OP-904  BIOSYNTHETIC PATHWAY IDENTIFICATION OF BERRY PHENOLICS – RNAseq DATABASE MINING J.-E. BassardUniversity of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
OP-905  CONSTRUCTION OF A CORYNEBACTERIUM GLUTAMICUM STRAINS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF STILBENES AND (2S)-FLAVANONES J. MarienhagenForschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany
OP-906  PRODUCTION OF BERRY HIGH VALUE PHENOLICS IN LACTOCOCCUS LACTIS A. SolopovaUniversity of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands