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Energy and Blood Glucose Control

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 short term administration of glucomannan hydrolysates on adult blood lipid parameters and glucose concentrations.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Suwannaporn, P., Tester, R. F., Al-Ghazzewi, F. H. and Artitdit, P (2015) Effect of short term administration of glucomannan hydrolysates on adult blood lipid parameters and glucose concentrations. Nutrition and Food Science 45, 616-624.

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.

Is starch or maltodextrin ‘glucose’?

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2018) Is starch or maltodextrin ‘glucose’? Starch/Stärke 70, article 1700304.

Flour - Cooked or uncooked?: A healthy food component.

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi, Farage H. Al-Ghazzewi and Richard F. Tester (2018) Flour - Cooked or uncooked?: A healthy food component. Starch/Stärke 70, article 1700343.

The 'epileptic diet' - ketogenic and/or slow release of glucose intervention: A review. 

Journal article

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Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2020) The 'epileptic diet' - ketogenic and/or slow release of glucose intervention: A review. Clinical Nutrition 39 (5), 1324-1330.

Fructose, galactose and glucose - In health and disease

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2019) Fructose, galactose and glucose - In health and disease. Clinical Nutrition ESPEN 33, 18-28. 

Lactose, maltose and sucrose - In health and disease

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2020) Lactose, maltose and sucrose - In health and disease. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 64, article 201901082.

Savoury cracker development for blood glucose control and management

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2020) Savoury cracker development for blood glucose control and management. Bioactive Carbohydrate and Dietary Fibre 24, article 100249.

Is sugar extracted from plants less healthy than sugar consumed within plant tissues? The sugar anomaly

Journal article

Patent Code: Not applicable.

Xin Qi and Richard F. Tester (2021) Is sugar extracted from plants less healthy than sugar consumed within plant tissues? The sugar anomaly. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 101, 2194-2200.