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Food Technology and Biotechnology Research Center Wels Campus

Publications

IRS-1 acts as an endocytic regulator of IGF-I receptor to facilitate sustained IGF signaling

Y. Yoneyama, P. Lanzerstorfer, F. Hakuno, J. Weghuber, S. Takahashi - IRS-1 acts as an endocytic regulator of IGF-I receptor to facilitate sustained IGF signaling - eLIFE, 2018
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

An In-ovo Model for Testing Insulin-Mimetic Compounds

R. Haselgrübler, F. Stübl, V. Stadlbauer, P. Lanzerstorfer, J. Weghuber - An In-ovo Model for Testing Insulin-Mimetic Compounds - JOVE, 2018
Elevated blood glucose levels in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), a complex and multifactorial metabolic disease, are caused by insulin resistance and β-cell...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Effects of Various Commercial Whole-Grain Breads on Postprandial Blood Glucose Response and Glycemic Index in Healthy Subjects

P. Lanzerstorfer, E. Rechenmacher, O. Lugmayr, V. Stadlbauer, O. Höglinger, A. Vollmar, J. Weghuber - Effects of Various Commercial Whole-Grain Breads on Postprandial Blood Glucose Response and Glycemic Index in Healthy Subjects - Austin Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2018
Postprandial hyperglycemia is a serious risk factor for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). As diet is a cornerstone of both T2DM...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Possible molecular mechanisms by which an essential oil blend from star anise, rosemary, thyme, and oregano and saponins increase the performance and ileal protein digestibility of growing broilers

H. Reyer, J. Zentek, K. Männer, I. Youssef, T. Aumiller, J. Weghuber, K. Wimmers, A. Müller - Possible molecular mechanisms by which an essential oil blend from star anise, rosemary, thyme, and oregano and saponins increase the performance and ileal protein digestibility of growing broilers - JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY, Vol. 65, No. 32, 2017, pp. 6821-6830
Phytogenic feed additives represent a potential alternative to antibiotics with attributed health and growth-promoting effects. Chickens supplemented with an...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Examination of Beer Under the Aspect of its Eligibility as a Fitness Drink

K. Krennhuber, P. Kuttner, A. Jäger - Examination of Beer Under the Aspect of its Eligibility as a Fitness Drink - International Journal of Food and Biosystems Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016, pp. 67-73
During longer physical strainsour body loses water and salts by sweating. This deprivation leads to states of exhaustion and convulsions. A fitness drink ...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Determination of mass loss for steam exploded wheat straw

P. Kuttner, K. Krennhuber, A. Jäger - Determination of mass loss for steam exploded wheat straw - Proceedings of the 14th World Congress on Anaerobic Digestion, Viña del Mar , Chile, 2015, pp. 4
Steam Explosion is often used to improve biogas yields of lignocellulosic biomass. To evaluate the effects of steam explosion pretreatment on biomass...   more
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  • Energy and the Environment
  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Differences in pharmacokinetics of apple polyphenols after standardized oral consumption of unprocessed apple juice

J. Wruss, P. Lanzerstorfer, S. Huemer, M. Himmelsbach, H. Mangge, O. Höglinger, D. Weghuber, J. Weghuber - Differences in pharmacokinetics of apple polyphenols after standardized oral consumption of unprocessed apple juice - Nutritional Journal, Vol. 14, No. 32, 2015
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Examination of commercial additives for biogas production

P. Kuttner, A. Weißböck, V. Leitner, A. Jäger - Examination of commercial additives for biogas production - Agronomy Research, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2015, pp. 337-347
The formation of biogas from biomass is a complex process with a multitude of variable process parameters. Stability of biogas production and production rate...   more
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  • Energy and the Environment
  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Study of Annual Plants Fibres for Thermal Insulation Material

T. Schnabel, K. Nagl, P. Wolf, A. Jäger, H. Hermann, A. Petutschnigg - Study of Annual Plants Fibres for Thermal Insulation Material in 2015 FPS International Convention - Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, 2015
Annual plants fibres are less homogeneous due to their structure. The adhesion of straw fibres does not yield satisfactory results for industrial applications....   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

PSYCHROPHILIC ALGAE AS CANDIDATES FOR OUTDOOR BIOREACTORS IN COLD COUNTRIES

D. Remias, H. Kahr, A. Jäger - PSYCHROPHILIC ALGAE AS CANDIDATES FOR OUTDOOR BIOREACTORS IN COLD COUNTRIES - Algae Event 2015, Wien, Austria, 2015
Freshwater psychrophilic algae are potential candidates for usage in outdoor bioreactors colder countries. Species live in extreme places like long lasting...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

EXAMINATION OF BEER UNDER THE ASPECT OF ITS ELIGIBILITY AS FITNESS DRINK

K. Krennhuber, P. Kuttner, A. Jäger - EXAMINATION OF BEER UNDER THE ASPECT OF ITS ELIGIBILITY AS FITNESS DRINK in International Journal of Food and Biosystems Engineering (Editors: Dr. K. Petrotos, Dr. A. Filintas), 2015
During longer physical strains our body loses water and salts through sweating. The deprivation leads to states of exhaustion and convulsions. A fitness drink...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Bioethanol production in a lignocellulosic biorefinery

A. Jäger, H. Kahr - Bioethanol production in a lignocellulosic biorefinery - 3rd World Congress of Bioenergy (WCBE-2013) , nanjing, China, 2013, pp. 375-572
Evaluation of an integrated Biorefinery concept for the flexible production of Bioethanolm Biogas or Biodiesel   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

The effect of Water Reduction during Steam Explosion

H. Kahr, A. Jäger, D. Steindl - The effect of Water Reduction during Steam Explosion - 3rd World Congress of Bioenergy (WCBE-2013) , nanjing, China, 2013, pp. 437-438
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Evaluation of the Biomass Potential for the Production of Lignocellulosic Bioethanol from Various Agricultural Residues in Austria and Worldwide

H. Kahr, J. Wimberger, D. Schürz, A. Jäger - Evaluation of the Biomass Potential for the Production of Lignocellulosic Bioethanol from Various Agricultural Residues in Austria and Worldwide - Energy Procedia, Vol. 40, No. 2013, 2013
Diverse reasons like the decrease of fossil fuel reserves or CO2 reduction are the motivation of intensive research about alternatives for example bioethanol...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Optimization of leaching conditions for heavy metals decontamination of biomass fly ashes

M. Kröppl, C. Lanzerstorfer - Optimization of leaching conditions for heavy metals decontamination of biomass fly ashes - 37th International Symposium on Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Antwerpen, Belgium, 2012
Biomass (mostly wood) as CO2-neutral fuel is increasingly used for heat and combined heat and power generation. After incineration two ash fractions remain....   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Differences in aluminium content of various tea powders (black, green, herbal, fruit) and tea infusions

M. Kröppl, M. Zeiner, I. Juranovic-Cindric, G. Stingeder - Differences in aluminium content of various tea powders (black, green, herbal, fruit) and tea infusions - European Chemical Bulletin, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2012, pp. 382-386
Trace elements play an important role in human health. Some trace elements are essential, but some are harmful – especially in higher concentrations. Aluminum...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Comparison of certain elemental mounts in black, green, fruit, and herbal teas

M. Kröppl, M. Zeiner, I. Juranovic-Cindric, G. Stingeder - Comparison of certain elemental mounts in black, green, fruit, and herbal teas - 4th International Symposium on trace elements in the food chain, Visegrad, Hungary, 2012
The diet is the main source of minerals and trace elements, thus exposure to dietary essential elements has a direct impact on human health. Magnesium is a...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

OPTIMAL ENERGY OUTPUT OF A LIGNOCELLULOSIC RESIDUAL BASED BIOREFINERY

V. Steinmüller, K. Eisenhuber, K. Krennhuber, D. Steindl, H. Kahr, A. Jäger - OPTIMAL ENERGY OUTPUT OF A LIGNOCELLULOSIC RESIDUAL BASED BIOREFINERY - EU BC&E Proceedings 2012, Mailand, Italy, 2012
The aim of this work was to analyse different scenarios for a bioethanol and biogas producing wheat straw biorefinery focusing on the maximal energy output....   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

A new concept for a multiple feedstock biorefinery

A. Jäger, H. Kahr - A new concept for a multiple feedstock biorefinery - IEA Bioenergy Conference 212, Vienna, Austria, 2012, pp. 67-75
Talking about lignocellulosic based biorefineries, commonly bioethanol is the product of interest. Research groups follow different strategies to increase...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Comparison of magnesium amount in black, green, fruit, and herbal teas

M. Zeiner, M. Kröppl, I. Juranovic-Cindric, G. Stingeder - Comparison of magnesium amount in black, green, fruit, and herbal teas - European Chemical Bulletin, Vol. 2, No. 3, 2012, pp. 99-102
The diet is the main source of minerals and trace elements, thus exposure to dietary essential elements has a direct impact on human health. Magnesium is a...   more
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

Utilisation of wheat- and maize straw in biogas plants

A. Jäger, H. Kahr, V. Steinmüller, D. Steindl - Utilisation of wheat- and maize straw in biogas plants - Proceedings Central European Biomass Conference Graz 2011, Graz, Austria, 2011, pp. 2
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  • Food Technology and Biotechnology

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