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Korbel E. European Food Research and Technology , 1 : p. Publications des agents du Cirad. Impact of temperature and water activity on enzymatic and non-enzymatic reactions in reconstituted dried mango model system. Mango fruit Mangifera indica L. Drying appears to be one of the most promising stabilization solutions.

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Korbel E. European Food Research and Technology , 1 : p. Publications des agents du Cirad. Impact of temperature and water activity on enzymatic and non-enzymatic reactions in reconstituted dried mango model system.

Mango fruit Mangifera indica L. Drying appears to be one of the most promising stabilization solutions. These conditions are highly favorable to enzymatic and non-enzymatic reactions 1st and 2nd step, respectively. The focus of this work was therefore to highlight the effects resulting from the coupling of aw and temperature on the development of these classes of reactions during the whole process.

Several precursors reducing sugars and amino acids and intermediary products of the Maillard reaction were analyzed to estimate non-enzymatic reaction intensity when polyphenoloxidase PPO was associated with enzymatic browning.

We were able to show that the highest production of 5-hydroxymethyl furfural 5-HMF as a Maillard reaction marker occurs mainly for an aw of 0. Kinetic analysis of Maillard reaction precursors and intermediate products in model mango system helped us identify asparagine and arginine as limiting precursors, and 5-HMF as a significant aw-dependent product. The impact of the aw on the thermal degradation of PPO proved to be radically different.

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Browning is the process of food turning brown due to the chemical reactions that take place within. The process of browning is one of the chemical reactions that take place in food chemistry and represents an interesting research topic regarding health, nutrition, and food technology. Though there are many different ways food chemically changes over time, browning in particular falls into 2 main categories: enzymatic versus non-enzymatic browning processes. Browning has many important implications on the food industry relating to nutrition, technology, and economic cost.

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