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Liver and In-Born Errors of Metabolism

Compositions and Uses Thereof.

Patent

Patent Code: WO2005/044284 and PCT/GB2004/004682

Qi, X. and Tester, R. F. (2004) Compositions and Uses Thereof. WO2005/044284 and PCT/GB2004/004682.

A novel starch for the treatment of glycogen storage diseases.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Bhattacharya, K., Orton, R. C., Qi, X., Mundy, H., Morley, D. W., Champion, M. P., Eaton, S., Tester, R. F. and Lee, P. J. (2007) A novel starch for the treatment of glycogen storage diseases. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease 30, 350-357.

Use of slow release starch (SRS) to treat hypoglycaemia in Type 1 diabetics.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Qi, X., Band, M., Tester, R. F., Piggott, J. and Hurel, S. J. (2010) Use of slow release starch (SRS) to treat hypoglycaemia in Type 1 diabetics. Nutrition and Food Science 40 (2), 228-234.

Effect of composition and structure of native starch granules on their susceptibility to hydrolysis by amylase enzymes.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2016) Effect of composition and structure of native starch granules on their susceptibility to hydrolysis by amylase enzymes. Starch/Stärke 68, 811–815.

Effect of native starch granule size on susceptibility to amylase hydrolysis.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2016) Effect of native starch granule size on susceptibility to amylase hydrolysis. Starch/Stärke, 68, 807–810.

Heat and moisture modification of native starch granules on susceptibility to amylase hydrolysis.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2016) Heat and moisture modification of native starch granules on susceptibility to amylase hydrolysis. Starch/Stärke, 68, 816–820.