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FFC's 23rd International Conference and Expo on Functional Foods - 11th Int. Symposium of ASFFBC

Functional Foods and Bioactive Compounds in Health and Disease:
Science and Practice. April 24-25, 2018, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA


Poster Session

Conference Poster Presentations: Poster presentations give the audience a clear visual of the presenter's work in a simple format. The reasonable size for posters is 2.5-3.0 feet high by 3.5-4 feet wide.

Poster presentation recommendations:

  1. Present the title, the author(s), affiliation(s), and a description of the research, along with highlighting the abstract's major elements.
  2. Minimize detail and try to use simple statements. Keep it short and easy to read.
  3. Remember that pictures, tables, and figures are key to any poster display.
  4. If possible, use color in your visuals.
  5. Don't overwhelm the audience with excessive information. Instead, construct a display that enhances the presentation.
  6. At least 50% of the surface area should be used for photos, graphs and diagrams.
  7. Use a clear structure and layout.
  8. Use complementary colors. Use black or dark blue for text. Too much color can be hard to read!
  9. One or two large, high quality photographs attract attention.
  10. Your title should be a condensed statement of the main idea of your poster. It should be large and clear.
  11. Your poster title should be easily readable from a distance of 3-4 meters. Include author(s) name(s), and address(es).
  12. We recommend the following sections on the poster: Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Tables, Figures, Results, and Conclusions.
  13. Please confirm your poster number on the list. The posters with odd number will be presented on September 22, 2017 and the posters with even number will be presented on September 23, 2017.
  14. Please put up your own poster in the position indicated by your presentation number by noon of each day. Presentation numbers are already indicated on display panels. Please check your presentation number and be careful to put up your poster on the correct panel. Please use pins to put up posters. Please do not use glue or sellotape.
  15. Please present your work in front of your own poster during the poster session.
  16. The best poster presentation award will be chosen by votes of all participants.
  17. Posters will be changed every day. Please help by taking your own poster down. Posters still displayed after the removal time has passed will be disposed of by the secretary the following day.

Posters Accepted for Presentation: (from previous conference)

P1

Zohreh Hamidi-Esfahani

Arachidonic acid production using Mortierella alpinain batch and fed-batch fermentation

P2

Dimou Charalampia

Correlation of specific functional foods consumption with anthropometric characteristics and body composition on a sample of 18-65 years old aged adults from Greece

P3

Dimou Charalampia

Production of innovative Cistus Creticus leaf-flavored extra virgin olive oil based products of industrial interest with functional activity

P4

André Moreira-Rosário

Impact of daily consumption of wheat germ on human health: a randomized, placebo-controlled, crossover trial

P5

Norma-Aurea Rangel-Vázquez

Nanotechnology in the analysis of Polyurethane/Graphene/ Polymethylmetacrylate for new prosthesis for diabetic patients using Quantum mechanics and Monte Carlo simulation

P6

Jitka Ulrichová

Effect of cranberry extract on hepatic and intestinal cytochromes P450 in normal and obese mice – in vivo study

P7

Asma K. Alhindi

In adults’ athletics and what is the time, energy, and macronutrient requirement to gain lean body mass?

P8

Bernard Downs

Sustained safety and efficacy of a novel KD120 MEC multi-enzyme complex (N-Sorb®) in human volunteers

P9

Takashi Sato

Lysophosphatidic acid promotes the tube formation of human dermal lymphatic endothelial cells in an MMP-activity-dependent manner

P10

Sheila Wicks

Ribes nigrum L. (Grossulariaceae) and Sambus nigra L. (Adoxaceae) extracts enhance growth and inhibit apoptosis in rat L6 muscle cells

P11

Veronica Oluwatoyin Odubanjo

Cognitive enhancing effects of aqueous extract of two medicinal plants (Tetrapleura tetraptera and Quassia undulata) in scopolamine induced amnesic rats

P12

Olubunmi Ajayi

Antidiabetic effect of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) based diets on blood glucose of alloxan – induced diabetes rats

P13

Firouzeh Dehghan

Aqeuous extract of crategus monogyna with aerobic training improves angiogenic mediators

P14

Zohreh Hamidi-Esfahani

Optimization of encapsulation conditions of vitamin C within yeast cell Saccharomyces cervisiea as biocapsule

P15

Radha Madhyastha

Aloin prevents osteoclastogenesis via downregulation of microRNA-21

P16

Thao L. Nguyen

Real time in vivo monitoring of green tea polyphenol (−)-Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate’s effect in resolving neutrophil-mediated inflammation in transgenic zebrafish

P17

Huda Mobarki

How much weight loss is expected after each type of bariatric surgery procedure?

P19

Abhilasha Singh

Aegeline vs statin in the treatment of Hypercholesterolemia: A comprehensive study in rat model of liver steatosis

P20

Carla Schwanke

Association between metabolic syndrome and polyunsaturated fatty acids in elderly

P21

Norma-Aurea Rangel-Vázquez

Analysis of the absorption of drugs in hydrogels for treatments of skin cancer using nanotechnology

P22

Maksim Khotimchenko

Instant pectin from sea grass Phyllospadix iwatensis as a key ingredient of the functional food with radioisotope-removing properties

P23

Deniz Sezgin

New approaches to changing healthy life expectations: functional food in Turkey

P24

Maria Gabriela Valle Gottlieb

Functional properties of red-aroeira or pink pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi)

P25

Mei-Jun Zhu

Red raspberry consumption suppresses NLRP3 inflammasome and attenuates metabolic syndromes in diet-induced obese mice

P26

Thunnalin Winuprasith

Encapsulation of vitamin D 3 in emulsion-based delivery systems using microfibrillated cellulose extracted from mangosteen rind

P27

Carla Schwanke

Kefir effect on metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance and obesity in adults and elderly: A systematic review

P28

Deborah Fratantonio

MicroRNAs in chicken egg exosomes: content and bioavailability in healthy humans

P29

Doman Kim

The effect of fermented buckwheat on producing L-carnitine and Gamma-aminobutyric acid enriched designer eggs

P30

Marius Rusu

Bioactive compounds from walnut (Juglans regia L.) septum extracts: antioxidant and cytotoxic activity

P31

Jian-ping Chen

Effect of YH0618 soup on chemotherapy-induced toxicity in cancer patients: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

P32

Amaia Iriondo De Hond

Spent coffee grounds activate intestinal motility and are safe upon chronic treatment. Radiographic and histological study in rats

P33

Eden Birhanu

Effect of moringa and maize flour blending ratio on the functional, nutritional and sensory quality of wheat based biscuit

P34

Danyue Zhao

Synergistic application of tea extract and lactic acid bacterial fermentation in enhancing bioavailability and anti-oxidative effectiveness of tea flavonoids in vitro and in vivo

P35

Thanutchaporn Kumrungsee

Challenging of finding a new type of calmodulin inhibitors

P36

Zhiyun Du

Chemical compositions and bioactivities of essential oils from eleven Curcuma species

P37

Nattiporn Ornthanalai

Effects of jerusalem artichoke snack bar on gastric emptying and colon transit: A randomized crossover trial

P38

Tony L. Brown

The role of probiotics in microbial resistance treatment and why they should be added to the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines

P39

María Dolores del Castillo

Intake of antioxidant dietary fiber from spent coffee grounds improves the circadian rhythm and body weight management in human adults

P40

Agnieszka Szczepankowska

Composition of recombinant Lactococcus bacteria ameliorate the symptoms of EAE -multiple sclerosis animal model, in rats