Unbenanntes Dokument
Poster Presentations
PO-101  SYNTHESIS OF NEW PHENOLIC SULFATES AND GLUCURONIDES A.F. AlmeidaInstituto Tecnológico de Química e Bioquímica António Xavier, Oeiras, Portugal
PO-102  REACTIVITY BETWEEN CORK EXTRACTS AND MAJOR WINE COMPONENTS J. AzevedoUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-103  TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF ENANTIOMERICALLY PURE (R)- AND (S)-O-DEMETHYLANGOLENSIN M. BergUniversity of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
PO-104  EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENT ON UV ABSORPTION BY SILYMARIN PHENOLIC DERIVATIVES M. BilerPalacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
PO-105  CHARACTERIZATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS FROM APPLE ROOT, BARK AND CORE WOOD A. BoeykensOdisee University College, Ghent, Belgium
PO-106  INTERACTION BETWEEN PROCYANIDINS AND PEARS CELL WALLS: EFFECT OF RIPENESS AND TISSUE TYPE M. Brahem Université d’Avignon et des Pays du Vaucluse, Avignon, France
PO-107  REACTION KINETICS OF MONOMERIC ANTHOCYANINS TO POLYMERIC PIGMENT C.E. BurtchCornell University, Ithaca, USA
PO-108  CHANGES IN PHENOLIC COMPOSITION OF RED WINES CAUSED BY OXIDATION IN RELATION TO THE LEVEL OF SO2 V. CarrasconUniversidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain
PO-109  MOLECULAR APPROACH OF THE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT ON ASTRINGENCY ELICITED BY MIXTURES OF FLAVANOLS M. DueñasUniversity of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
PO-110  ANTIVIRAL AND ANTIPARASITIC ACTIVITIES OF CLOVAMIDE (N-CAFFEOYL-L-DOPA) AND THE CHARACTERIZATION OF MAJOR PHENOLICS FROM THE AQUEOUS ALCOHOLIC LEAVES EXTRACT OF Dichrostachys cinerea (L.) WIGHT ET ARN R. ElSharawyNational Research Center, Cairo, Egypt
PO-111  ANALYSIS OF FLAVONOIDS OF THE SEAGRASS ZOSTERA MARINA L. K. EnerstvedtUniversity of Bergen, Bergen, Norway
PO-112  INTERACTION BETWEEN WINE PHENOLIC ACIDS AND SALIVARY PROTEINS BY STD-NMR AND MOLECULAR-DYNAMIC SIMULATIONS M.T. Escribano-BailonUniversity of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
PO-113  STUDY OF ANTHOCYANINS SELF-ASSOCIATION BY MULTIPLE APPROACHES V. FreitasUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-114  IS THE GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN AND VARIETY OF KIWIFRUIT IMPORTANT FOR THE EVOLUTION OF POLYPHENOLS AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY DURING DIFFERENT STORAGE CONDITIONS? M.J. Frutos Miguel Hernandez University, Alicante, Spain
PO-115  ANTIMICROBIAL EXTRACTS OF SOME EAST-AFRICAN TERMINALIA AND COMBRETUM SPECIES ARE RICH SOURCES OF ELLAGITANNINS P. FyhrquistUniversity of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
PO-116  CHARACTERIZATION OF THE POLYPHENOLIC PROFILES OF NEW AUTOCHTHONOUS CIDER APPLE VARIETIES FROM ASTURIAS (SPAIN) ACHIEVED IN A BREEDING PROGRAM TO IMPROVE CIDER APPLE TECHNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES B. GalloUniversidad del País Vasco/EHU, Bilbao, Spain
PO-117  CHEMOTAXONOMIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG CLONES OF Vitis vinifera cv RUFETE GRAPES BASED ON THE SKIN PHENOLIC COMPOSITION I. García-EstévezUniversity of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
PO-118  PHENOLIC COMPOSITION OF MINOR RED GRAPE CULTIVARS AND THEIR WINES FROM THE SPANISH REGION OF LA MANCHA S. Gómez-AlonsoUniversidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain
PO-119  CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN CIRUELO (Spondias purpurea L.) AND NARANJILLA (Solanum quitoense Lam.) A.M. González-ParamásUniversidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
PO-120  CHARACTERIZATION OF MINOR OLIGOSTILBENOIDS IN GRAPE CANE EXTRACTS I. Hermosín-GutiérrezUniversidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain
PO-121  BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS IN COTYLEDON AND HUSK ON COCOA GENOTYPES GROWN IN MEXICO C. Hernández-HernándezUniversidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
PO-122  FLAVONOID PROPERTIES IN THE FLOWERS AND LEAVES OF MONOTYPIC GENUS Rhodotypos (ROSACEAE) T. IwashinaNational Museum of Nature and Science, Ibaraki, Japan
PO-123  SAMPLE-SPECIFIC ENZYMATIC OXIDATION REVEALS NEW BIOACTIVE POLYPHENOLS IN PLANTS J. KimUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
PO-124  SYNTHESIS OF ACYLQUINIC ACIDS AND THEIR BIO-FUNCTIONAL STUDIES T. KondoNagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
PO-125  DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD FOR SYNTHESIZING C-O DIGALLATES USING A NOVEL ORTHOQUINONE H. KonishiKwansei Gakuin University, Sanda, Japan
PO-126  FLAVONOID-INDUCED CATALASE INHIBITION J. Krych-MadejLodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland
PO-127  UPLC-DAD-MS/MS AS A TOOL TO IDENTIFY PROTEIN PRECIPITATING COMPOUNDS FROM PLANT EXTRACTS M. LeppäUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
PO-128  OXIDATION MECHANISM OF EPIGALLOCATECHIN-3-O-GALLATE BY POLYPHENOL OXIDASE Y. MatsuoNagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan
PO-129  OPTIMIZATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS EXTRACTION FROM PEANUT SEEDS USING RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY A. Prado MassarioliUniversity of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
PO-130  POTENTIAL OF NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY FOR DETERMINING THE PHENOLIC, ANTIOXIDANT, COLOUR AND BACTERICIDE CHARACTERISTICS OF RAW PROPOLIS I. Revilla University of Salamanca, Zamora, Spain
PO-131  AN APPROACH TO STUDY THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ELLAGITANNINS AND OXYGEN DURING BARREL AGING J.C. Rivas-GonzaloUniversity of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
PO-132  PURIFICATION OF MODEL TANNINS FROM 13 BRANCHES OF THE HYDROLYSABLE TANNIN PATHWAY S. SahaUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
PO-133  SHOTGUN POLYPHENOMICS OF ROSÉ WINES: TOWARDS ORIGIN DISCRIMINATIONS BY RAPID UPLC-QTOF-MS C. SaucierUniversité de Montpellier, Montpellier, France
PO-134  POLYPHENOL CONTENT AND STORABILITY OF GENUINE CHERRY-JUICE OF OLD LOCAL AUSTRIAN PRUNUS AVIUM VARIETIES E. SchüllerUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
PO-135  POLYPHENOL SCREENING OF CALLUS CULTURES FROM 13 PLANT SPECIES J. SuvantoUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
PO-136  PYROGALLOL-PHLOROGLUCINOL COUPLING:A POSSIBLE OLIGOMERIZATION MECHANISM OF TEA CATECHINS T. TanakaNagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan
PO-137  THE INFLUENCE OF THE SELF-ASSOCIATION EFFECT ON THE ANTHOCYANIN COPIGMENTATION MECHANISM N. TeixeiraUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-138  QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION AND PHARMACOKINETIC APPLICATION OF JARANOL IN RAT PLASMA BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY T.-H. TsaiNational Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan
PO-139  MRM METHODS REVEALED SEASONAL VARIATION IN ELLAGITANNIN AND FLAVONOID CONTENT OF Geranium sylvaticum A. TuominenUniversity of Turku, Turku, Finland
PO-140  SCREENING OF SPHAGNORUBIN PHENOLICS FROM Sphagnum mosses L. VainioUniversity of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland
PO-141  DESICCATION IN AIR WITH LOWERED HUMIDITY - PRACTICAL PRE-TREATMENT METHOD FOR LEAVES USED FOR QUANTITATIVE PHENOLIC ANALYSES? V. VirjamoUniversity of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland
PO-142  BINDING OF PHLOROTANNINS FROM LAMINARIA DIGITATA TO β-CASEIN A. VissersWageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands
PO-143  CONTENT OF PHENOLIC ACIDS FROM SPANISH AND CHILEAN RAW PROPOLIS A.M. Vivar-QuintanaUniversity of Salamanca, Zamora, Spain
PO-144  PHENOLIC COMPOSITION, ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF APPLE WOOD EXTRACTS H. WithouckOdisee University College, Ghent, Belgium
PO-145  TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF MALLOTUSININ K. YamashitaKwansei Gakuin University, Sanda, Japan
PO-146  CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF TANNINS IN LEAVES OF FIVE PLANT SPECIES H.-C. ZhouCity University of Hong Kong Shenzhen Research Institute, Shenzhen, PR China
PO-201  INFLUENCE OF LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE PHENYLPROPANPONOID METABOLISM OF BARLEY D. BrauchLeibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research IPK, Gatersleben, Germany
PO-202  METABOLIC ENGINEERING OF Saccharomyces cerevisiae FOR DE NOVO PRODUCTION OF AN ANTIOXIDANT, AN ANTIDIABETIC, AND A SWEET DIHYDROCHALCONE M. EichenbergerEvolva, Reinach, Switzerland
PO-203  ANTHOCHLOR PIGMENTS IN ASTERACEAE SPECIES H. HalbwirthTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PO-204  BIOSYNTHESIS OF 3-HYDROXYPHLORIDZIN IN APPLE O. HutabaratTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PO-205  GENETIC AND GENOMIC INVESTIGATION ON PHENOLIC ACIDS IN DURUM WHEAT B. LaddomadaNational Research Council, Italy
PO-206  MICROBIAL PRODUCTION OF PLANT POLYPHENOLS WITH CORYNEBACTERIUM GLUTAMICUM J. MarienhagenForschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany
PO-207  DIFFERENT EXPRESSION PROFILES OF ANTHOCYANIN BIOSYNTHETIC GENES AMONG CYMBIDIUM CULTIVARS T. NakatsukaUniversity of Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Japan
PO-208  FUNCTIONALLY ACTIVE RECOMBINANT FLAVONOID 3'-HYDROXYLASE FROM ANTHOCYANIN ACCUMULATING POINSETTIA CULTIVARS D. NitarskaTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PO-209  SCREENING FOR ANTHOCYANINS AND POLYPHENOLS IN RED AND BLUE POTATOES FOR EVALUATION OF DIFFERENCES IN ANTHOCYANIN BIOSYNTHESIS A. OertelTransMIT Project Division for Plant Metabolites and Chemicals (PlantMetaChem), Gießen, Germany
PO-210  REPLACEMENT OF A SINGLE AMINO ACID RESULTS IN FUNCTIONAL ACTIVATION OF AN INACTIVE RECOMBINANT FLAVONOID 3'-HYDROXYLASE OF Coreopsis grandiflora B. RothTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PO-211  METABOLITE INVESTIGATIONS OF POINSETTIA CULTIVARS C. StefaniniTechnical University Munich, Freising, Germany
PO-212  THE DUPLICATED GENE A1* FROM MAIZE (Zea mays) ENCODES A FUNCTIONALLY ACTIVE DIHYDROFLAVONOL 4-REDUCTASE SHOWING DISTINCT SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITY K. StichTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PO-213  IDENTIFICATION OF UDP-GLYCOSYLTRANSFERASES INVOLVED IN THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF HYDROLYSABLE TANNINS IN Eucalyptus camaldulensis K. TaharaMartin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany
PO-214  FLAVANOL GLYCOSIDES IN GRAPES AND WINES AS POTENTIAL KEY INTERMEDIATES IN PROANTHOCYANIDIN BIOSYNTHESIS N. TerrierUniversité de Montpellier, Montpellier, France
PO-215  PHYTOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF GRAIN PIGMENTATION OF BARLEY VARIETIES R. WangLeibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research IPK, Gatersleben, Germany
PO-216  STRATEGIES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FUNCTIONALLY ACTIVE RECOMBINANT AURONE SYNTHASE S. MiosicTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
PO-301  ROLE OF TANNINS IN CARBON AND NITROGEN CYCLING OF BOREAL FOREST SOIL B. AdamczykUniversity of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
PO-302  OXIDATIVE STRESS AND ANTIOXIDANT ROLE OF POLYPHENOLS IN YOUNG SEEDLINGS OF ACACIA TORTILIS (FORSSK.) SUBSP. RADDIANA (SAVI) UNDER WATER DEFICIT CONDITIONS F. AidUniversité des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene (USTHB), Algérie
PO-303  METABOLITE PROFILING AND HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING OF SUGAR BEET CULTIVARS WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE PATHOSYSTEM Beta vulgaris - Cercospora beticola N. ArensLeibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research IPK, Gatersleben, Germany
PO-304  FLAVONOIDS AS UNEXPECTED FEATURES IN THE Psychotria ALLIANCE (RUBIACEAE) A. BergerUniversity of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
PO-305  IN SITU FUNCTIONALITY OF BETANIN IN PHOTO-DAMAGED LEAF TISSUES OF BETALAIN-PRODUCING CARYOPHYLLALES PLANTS WITH DYNAMIC INTRA- AND INTER-CELLULAR EFFUSION OF THE PIGMENT FROM VACUOLES Y. HashidokoHokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
PO-306  CONTRIBUTION OF POLYPHENOL IN EXCRETA OF Terebralia palustris TO ELUTION OF DISSOLVED IRON IN MANGROVE ECOSYSTEM K. HinokidaniTokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan
PO-307  ACCUMULATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS AND THEIR ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES IN Parkinsonia aculeata L. PLANTS SUBJECTED TO WATER DEFICIT N. LassouaneÉcole Nationale Supérieure Agronomique (ENSA), Algérie
PO-308  DETECTION OF HETEROGENEITY IN LIGNIN COMPOSITION OF LEAF TISSUES BY DFRC METHOD N. MatsuiForestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan
PO-309  THE ROLE OF PHENOLIC METABOLISM IN BUCKWHEAT ALUMINIUM RESISTANCE O. SmirnovTaras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kiev, Ukraine
PO-401  ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES OF SOME FRUIT PEELS EXTRACTS M.A. Aguilar-MéndezInstituto Politécnico Nacional, Distrito Federal, México
PO-402  ASSESSMENT AND QUANTIFICATION OF DAILY PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS INTAKE FROM FRESH FRUITS AND 100% FRESH FRUIT JUICE BY CANADIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS L. AhmadiThe University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
PO-403  HABITUAL FLAVONOID INTAKE AND COGNITIVE BENEFITS: A LONGITUDINAL INVESTIGATION IN HEALTHY OLDER ADULTS M. AlharbiUniversity of Reading, Reading, UK
PO-404  BIOFUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF BLUEBERRIES N. AlsaeediUniversity of Surrey, Guildford, UK
PO-405  PHENOLIC COMPOSITION OF SEED EDIBLE TISSUES FROM Artocarpus heterophyllus LAM P. AndradeUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-406  RESVERATROL RESCUES HEPATIC LEPTIN SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION VIA STAT3 PATHWAY IN A CELLULAR MODEL OF FAT ACCUMULATION INDUCED BY PALMITIC ACID A. Ardid-RuizUniversitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
PO-407  DETERMINATION OF POLYPHENOLIC CONTENT AND ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF RED WINES FROM SERBIA M. AtanackovićUniversity of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia
PO-408  MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE EFFECTS OF QUERCETIN AND EPICATECHIN IN CAENORHABDITIS ELEGANS B. Ayuda-DuranUniversidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
PO-409  TOTAL PHENOLIC, ANTIOXIDANT, ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES AND TOXICITY STUDY OF WILD Anethum Graveolens L. A. BelkebirUniversity des Science et Technology Houari Boumedienne (USTHB), Algeria
PO-410  EFFECT OF POLYPHENOLS FROM HALOPHYTES TOWARDS AMYLOID FORMATION RELATED TO TYPE-II DIABETES MELLITUS AND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE A. Ben HmideneUniversity of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
PO-411  LIPOPHILIZATION OF HYDROXYTYROSOL-ENRICHED FRACTIONS FROM OLEA EUROPAEA L. BY-PRODUCTS AND EVALUATION OF THE IN VITRO EFFECTS ON A MODEL OF COLORECTAL CANCER CELLS R. BerniniUniversity of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy
PO-412  INFLUENCE OF FUNGICIDE RESIDUES ON COLOUR OF RED WINES B. Cancho-GrandeUniversity of Vigo, Orense, Spain
PO-413  FLAVONOIDS LUTEOLIN AND QUERCETIN INHIBITS RPS19 CONTRIBUTES TO METASTASIS OF CERVICAL CANCER THROUGH cMyc REDUCTION C.-H. ChengTaipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
PO-414  PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF 6,6’-BIECKOL ISOLATED FROM ECKLONIA CAVA AGAINST PANCREATIC β CELLS GLUCOTOXICITY BY HIGH GLUCOSE S.H. CheongChonnam National University, Yeosu, Republic of Korea
PO-415  OPTIMIZATION OF THE ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED EXTRACTION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS FROM Justicia spicigera M.A. Cruz-HernándezInstituto de Edafología, Montecillo, México
PO-416  ANTIPROLIFERATIVE POTENTIAL OF DRIED APPLE TEA BEFORE AND AFTER IN VITRO SIMULATED DIGESTION N. ĆujićInstitute for Medicinal Plants Research “Dr Josif Pančić”, Belgrade, Serbia
PO-417  PROOXIDANT ACTIVITIES OF RESVERATROL, A POLYPHENOL OF GRAPEVINE, TO INDUCE DNA DAMAGE IN COLON CANCER MODELS D. DelmasUniversité de Bourgogne, Dijon, France
PO-418  PHENOLIC EXTRACTS OF BILBERRY: THEY PROTECT DIETARY LIPIDS FROM OXIDATION IN IN VITRO DIGESTION CONDITIONS C. DufourINRA, Avignon, France
PO-419  ETHYLGALLATE – A NEW POSITIVE HEALTH RELATED PHENOL IN RED WINE? R. EderHöhere Bundeslehranstalt und Bundesamt für Wein- und Obstbau, Klosterneuburg, Austria
PO-420  ACCUMULATION OF PLASMA ANTHOCYANINS AND THEIR METABOLITES FOLLOWING MULTIPLE DOSES OF SASKATOON BERRIES J. FangSaskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
PO-421  RED WINE POLYPHENOLS INHIBIT MELANIN SYNTHESIS IN VITRO T. FujimakiSuntory Global Innovation Center Ltd. Research Institute, Kyoto, Japan
PO-422  PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF STRAWBERRY AGAINST INFLAMMATORY STATUS: AN IN VITRO STUDY M. GasparriniPolytechnic University of Marche, Ancona, Italy
PO-423  VARIATION IN PHENOLICS AND FLAVONOIDS PRODUCTION AS WELL AS ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITIES OF Zingiber zerumbet (L.) IN RELATION TO CHALCONE SYNTHASE AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF GROWTH A. GhasemzadehUniversity Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia
PO-424  ASSESSING THE BIOAVAILABITY OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS AND ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF OLIVE OILS C. González-BarreiroUniversity of Vigo, Orense, Spain
PO-425  RESVERATROL INHIBITS PROLIFERATION OF MYOMETRIAL AND LEIOMYOMA CELLS AND DECREASES EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN EXPRESSION S.-M. HsiaTaipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan
PO-426  ANTI-ROTAVIRAL ACTIVITY OF GLYCYRRHIZA URALENSIS EXTRACT BY SUPPRESSION OF VIRAL REPLICATION K. JungKorea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Jeonbuk, Republic of Korea
PO-427  COMPARISON OF ABSORPTION RATE AND RELEASE KINETICS OF BLUEBERRY ANTHOCYANINS FROM CAPSULE FORMULATION M. KageyamaDHC Corporation Laboratories, Chiba, Japan
PO-428  COULD RESVERATROL BE A PIVOTAL THERAPEUTIC OPTION IN THE TREATMENT OF ADRENOLEUKODYSTROPHY? H. Kalkan YıldırımEge University, Izmir, Turkey
PO-429  THE INFLUENCE OF COEXISTENCE OF FOOD CONSTITUENTS ON THE AGING OF MAJOR NORLIGNANS FROM THE HEARTWOOD OF Cryptomeria japonica F. KawamuraForestry and Forest Products Research Institute (FFPRI), Ibaraki, Japan
PO-430  EFFECTS OF POMEGRANATE PEEL EXTRACT ON THE ACTIVATION OF THP-1 CELLS EXPOSED TO PARTICULATE MATTER PM10 Y.M. KimRuby Crown Co. Ltd., Daegu, Republic of Korea
PO-431  SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF N-PALMITOYL 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE ON GLUTAMATE-MEDIATED APOPTOSIS THROUGH BDNF-CREB PATHWAY IN HT-22 CELLS M. KimChungnam National University, Daejeon, Republic of Korea
PO-432  STABILITY AND BIOTRANSFORMATION OF FLAVONOIDS IN VARIOUS MATRICES R. KlopschLeibniz-Institut für Gemüse- und Zierpflanzenbau Großbeeren/ Erfurt e.V., Grossbeeren, Germany
PO-433  ISSUES WITH FRUIT DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS IN THE US - AUTHENTICATION BY ANTHOCYANIN J. LeeUSDA-ARS-HCRU worksite, Parma, USA
PO-434  OIL PALM PHENOLICS (OPP) REGULATED CIRCADIAN RHYTHM AND HEAT SHOCK RESPONSE GENE EXPRESSION IN MAJOR ORGANS OF MICE INJECTED WITH CANCER CELLS S.-S. LeowMalaysian Palm Oil Board, Kajang, Malaysia
PO-435  ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PRINCIPLES FROM Sarcandra glabra L.-C. LinMinistry of Health and Welfare, Taipei, Taiwan
PO-436  HYDROXYTYROSOL AND THEIR COLONIC METABOLITES PRODUCE APOPTOSIS AND INCREASE CELL DEATH IN COLON CANCER CELLS M.-C. López de las HazasUniversitat de Lleida, Lleida, Spain
PO-437  COLONIC FATE OF ANTHOCYANINS AND ANTIAPOPTOTIC EFFECTS OF MALVIDIN, PELARGONIDIN AND THEIR MICROBIAL METABOLITES I.A. LudwigUniversitat de Lleida, Lleida, Spain
PO-438  CAFFEIC ACID METHYL AND ETHYL ESTERS EXHIBIT BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ON GLUCOSE AND LIPID METABOLISM IN CULTURED MURINE INSULIN-SENSITIVE CELLS H. M. EidUniversité de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
PO-439  AFFINITY OF FOOD TANNINS TOWARDS CELIAC DISEASE PEPTIDES: INTERACTION AND INFLUENCE ON THEIR EPITHELIAL TRANSPORT N. MateusUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-440  EFFECT OF POMEGRANATE PEEL EXTRACT ON BIOFILM AND PLANKTONIC CELLS OF Candida albicans H. MerzoukUniversité A/Mira, Bejaia, Algeria
PO-441  PHENOLIC COMPOSITION OF QUINCE (Cydonia oblonga Miller) VARIETIES M. Mieszczakowska-FrącResearch Institute of Horticulture, Skierniewice, Poland
PO-442  ELDERBERRY FRUITS AS AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS M. Mikulic-PetkovsekUniversity of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
PO-443  MACROMOLECULAR COMPOSITION OF HAZE IN APPLE-BASED BEVERAGES M. MilletINRA UR1268 Biopolymères Interactions et Assemblages, Equipe Polyphénols, Réactivité
PO-444  IN VITRO EFFECTS OF CHICKPEA AND LENTIL STANDARDIZED EXTRACTS ON A MODEL OF COLORECTAL CANCER CELLS R. ZonefratiUniversity of Florence, Florence, Italy
PO-445  RED-FLESHED APPLES: UPGRADING THE SAYING THAT AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY M.-J. MotilvaUniversitat de Lleida, Lleida, Spain
PO-446  GRAPE SEED EXTRACTS AS PROTECTIVE AGENTS AGAINST THE DAMAGES FROM RADIATIONS N. MulinacciUniversity of Florence, Florence, Italy
PO-447  INDUCTION OF DRUG EFFLUX TRANSPORTER P-GLYCOPROTEIN BY POLYPHENOLS T. NabekuraAichi Gakuin University, Nagoya, Japan
PO-448  EFFECT OF PHYTOCHEMICALS INTERACTION IN POLYPHENOLS ENRICHED COFFEE CHERRY PRODUCTS ON HUMAN HEALTH B. NemzerVDF FutureCeuticals Inc., Momence, USA
PO-449  RASPBERRY AS SOURCE OF NEW ANTI-HUNTINGTON COMPOUNDS: BIO-GUIDED ASSAY USING HUMANIZED YEAST C. Nunes dos SantosInstituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnológica, Portugal
PO-450  MODULATION OF CASPASE-3, CASPASE-9 AND BCL-2 ON APOPTOSIS MEDIATED CELL-DEATH IN MCF-7 BREAST CANCER CELLS BY MALVIDIN-3-O-GLUCOSIDE DERIVATIVES H. OliveiraUniversity of Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-451  EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN SELECTED BEANS A. OritaGraduate school of Nakamura Gakuen University, Japan
PO-452  STANDARDIZED EXTRACTS IN BIFLAVONOIDS FROM Garcinia madruno: PROSPECTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANTIOXIDANT FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENT E. OsorioUniversidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia
PO-453  IDH2 KNOCKDOWN SENSITIZES TUMOR CELLS TO CYTOTOXICITY OF NATURAL PRODUCTS J.-W. ParkKyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea
PO-454  ANTI-INFLUENZA VIRUS ACTIVITY AND IT'S MECHANISM OF ABIETANE DITERPENOIDS ISOLATED FROM JAPANESE NUTMEG TREE (TORREYA NUCIFERA) S.-J. ParkKorea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Jeonbuk, Republic of Korea
PO-455  PERMEABILITY STUDY OF ROSEMARY EXTRACT IN HUMAN INTESTINAL COLON ADENOCARCINOMA CACO-2 CELLS BY UHPLC-ESI-UHR-Q-TOF-MS A. Pérez-SánchezMiguel Hernández University (UMH), Elche, Spain
PO-456  COMPARISON OF THE ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF TWO HONEYS, BEFORE AND AFTER IN-VITRO DIGESTION P. Reboredo-RodríguezUniversity of Vigo, Orense, Spain
PO-457  SCREENING FOR THE ANTIPROLIFERATIVE ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF MARINE INVERTEBRATES ON HUMAN COLON CANCER CELL LINES V. Ruiz-TorresMiguel Hernández University (UMH), Elche, Spain
PO-458  POLYPHENOL-RICH EXTRACTS OF Terminalia laxiflora AND Terminalia brownii GIVE PROMISING ANTICANDIDAL ACTIVITY E.Y.A. SalihUniversity of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
PO-459  AROMATIC PLANTS: A SOURCE OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS? A. Sanches-SilvaNational Institute of Health, Lisbon, Portugal
PO-460  OLIVE OIL PHENOLICS PREVENT OXYSTEROLS-INDUCED PRO INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE SECRETION IN HUMAN PBMC: INSIGHT ON THE CELLULAR MECHANISM OF ACTION G. SerraUniversity of Reading, Reading, UK
PO-461  INFLUENCE OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS ON IN VITRO AND IN VIVO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF DIFFERENT BERRY JUICES A. SlatnarUniversity of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
PO-462  BIOACTIVITY OF QUERCETIN, DIHYDROCAFFEIC ACID AND SULFORAPHANE ON THE PROLIFERATION OF HUMAN COLORECTAL ADENOCARCINOMA CELLS M. ThabitUniversity of Surrey, Guildford, UK
PO-463  PHENOLICS AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF FLACOURTIA INDICA FRUIT FROM THE NORTH EASTERN PART OF BOTSWANA O. TibeBotswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources Gaborone, Botswana
PO-464  TOTAL PHENOLS, CONDENSED TANNINS AND ANTHELMINTIC EFFECTS OF Grewia flava AND Acacia tortilis LEAF EXTRACTS IN BOTSWANA O. TibeBotswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources Gaborone, Botswana
PO-465  POLYPHENOLS OF PULSE GRAINS AND QUINOA SEEDS: BIOACCESSIBILITY, BIOAVAILABILITY AND ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS R. TsaoAgriculture and Agri‐Fodo Canada, Ontario, Canada
PO-466  THE EFFECTS OF ELLAGIC ACID ON HIPPOCAMPAL BRAIN DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR AND SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER LEVELS IN MOUSE DEPRESSION MODELS C. UstaAkdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey
PO-467  COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO METHODOLOGIES TO EVALUATE MONOAMINE OXIDASE A INHIBITION BY POLYPHENOL-RICH EXTRACTS P. ValentãoUniversidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
PO-468  EFFECT OF FERMENTATION WITH DIFFERENT LACTIC ACID BACTERIA AND IN VITRO DIGESTION ON THE PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS OF POMEGRANATE JUICE E. Valero-CasesMiguel Hernandez University, Alicante, Spain
PO-469  THE SPECTRAL EFFECTS OF CONTINUOUS AND PULSED LED LIGHT ON PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS OF MUSTARD MICROGREENS V. VaštakaitėLithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Babtai, Lithuania
PO-470  DIFFERENCES IN PHENOLIC CONTENT IN APPLES OF DIFFERENT SIZE CLASSES R. VebericUniversity of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
PO-471  HEPATOPROTECTIVE POTENTIAL OF SUPERCRITICAL VERSUS SPRAY DRIED EXTRACTS OF Satureja montana J. VladicUniversity of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia
PO-501  EFFECTS OF RESVERATRYL TRIGLYCOLATE, A NOVEL DERIVATIVE OF RESVERATROL, ON CELLULAR MELANIN SYNTHESIS Y.C. BooKyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea
PO-502  NATURAL STANDARDIZED POLYPHENOLIC FRACTIONS FOR INNOVATIVE GREEN FORMULATIONS IN AGRONOMICS M. CampoUniversity of Florence, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
PO-503  AN INSIGHT INTO LIPOSOME-ENCAPSULATED ANTHOCYANINS FORMULATION Z. DiaconeasaUniversity of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
PO-504  THE MICROENCAPSULATION OF MAQUI (Aristotelia chilensis (Mol.) Stuntz) JUICE BY SPRAY-DRYING C. FredesUniversity of Chile, Santiago, Chile
PO-505  ELLAGITANNIN CONTENT, VOLATILE COMPOSITION AND SENSORY PROFILE OF GREEK WINES MATURED IN OAK BARRELS SUBJECTED TO DIFFERENT TOASTING METHODS M.R. González-CentenoUniversité de Bordeaux, Villenave d’Ornon, France
PO-506  BIOMIMETIC OXIDATION OF SINAPYL γ-ACETATE T. KishimotoToyama Prefectural University, Kurokawa Imizu, Japan
PO-507  CARNOSIC ACID FROM ROSEMARY EXTRACT LIMITS OXIDATION IN EDIBLE OILS AND PROTECTS ENDOGENOUS α-TOCOPHEROL: A MECHANISTIC APPROACH M.-N. MaillardUniversité Paris-Saclay, Massy, France
PO-508  FROM BENCH TO APPLICATION: ANTHOPLUS – ANTHOCYANIN PRODUCTION PLATFORM USING PLANT SUSPENSION CULTURES AS GREEN FACTORIES (ERA-IB) S. MartensTransMIT Project Division for Plant Metabolites and Chemicals (PlantMetaChem), Gießen, Germany
PO-509  MONITORING MUST PHENOLIC COMPOSITION FOR FINE-TUNING THE QUALITY OF CHAMPAGNE WINES E. MeudecINRA, Montpellier Cedex, France
PO-510  ORGANIC GRAPE WATER: PROVEN EFFICCACY ON SKIN HYDRATION AND SOOTHING C. Morel-SalmiCaudalie RandD, Montpellier, France
PO-511  PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS CAN BE VALUED FOR THEIR DUAL ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL POTENTIAL: STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS A. PerninUniversité Paris-Saclay, Massy, France
PO-512  TAMYB14-1 REDIRECTS THE ANTHOCYANIN PATHWAY TO PRODUCE ELEVATED TANNINS IN WHITE CLOVER (Triflolium repens) LEAVES M. RoldanAgResearch Limited, Hamilton, New Zealand