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09. Bioavailability Session

BIOAVAILABILITY SESSION

Invited Lecture: Conceição Calhau (Portugal)

Sponsored Lecture: Lucas Actis-Goretta

Oral Presentations: Elke Richling (Germany). Christine Morand (France). Celestino Santos-Buelga (Spain). Gemma Darby - Gary Williamson (United Kingdom).

Poster Talk Presentations: Paul Kroon (United Kingdom). Joana M Planas - Irene Alfaras (Spain).

BIOAVAILABILITY SESSION

INVITED LECTURE
Phenolic compounds and human metabolism: modulation of transmembranar transport systems. Conceição Calhau (Department of Biochemistry. Faculty of Medicine. University of Porto. Portugal)

      

NESTLÉ SPONSORED LECTURE
(-)-Epicatechin metabolism after administration of purified compound or flavanol-rich foods in humans. Lucas Actis-Goretta (Research Scientist Projects on Bioavailability and Bioefficacy of Polyphenols. Nestlé Research Center. Lausanne, Switzerland)

     

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

The food matrix affects the bioavailability of polyphenols. Elke Richling (University of Kaiserslautern, Food Chemistry & Toxicology. Kaiserslautern, German)

What role for citrus flavanone in cardiovascular health? Christine Morand (Human Nutrition Unit. INRA. UNH-UMR 1019. Centre de Recherche Clermont/Theix. St Genes Champanelle, France)

Activity and bioavailability of quercetin, catechins and their O-methylated metabolites on Caenorhabditis elegans. Celestino Santos-Buelga (Grupo de Investigación en Polifenoles. Universidad de Salamanca. Spain)

Oral green tea catechins are bioavailable and reduce the erythemal response to UVR exposure in human skin. Gemma Darby - Gary Williamson (University of Manchester. UK)

     

POSTER TALK PRESENTATIONS

Lack of hydrolysis of (epi)catechin-sulfates and methyl-sulfates by commercial sulfatases: Evidence of significant underestimation of epicatechin bioavailability in humans. Paul Kroon (Institute of Food Research. Norwich, UK)

The bioavailability and distribution of trans-resveratrol are constrained by ABC transporters. Joana M Planas - Irene Alfaras (Grup de Fisiologia i Nutrició Experimental. Departament de Fisiologia and Institut de Recerca en Nutrició i Seguretat Alimentària. Universitat de Barcelona. Spain)