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打造中国食品领域国际化程度最高、学术水平最好的国际会议 (二) 精选

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4th International Symposium on Phytochemicals in Medicine and Food

第四届医药与食品中的植物化学物质国际会议

4-ISPMF, 20201130-125, 西安

会议议程安排 (二)

会议议程全文下载:Programme final.docx

                                                                Program online

Beijing time

30 November

15:30-15:45

Opening Address (Jianbo Xiao)

Franz Bucar, University   of Graz, Austria 

Yoshinori Asakawa,   Tokushima Bunri University, Japan 

Jesus Simal-Gandara,   University of Vigo, Spain 

15:45-18:15

Plenary   lecture 1

                                                       (Min-Hsiung   Pan, Ipek Süntar)

15:45-16:15

PL1: Jesus Simal-Gandara, University of Vigo,   Spain 

Antioxidant phenolic   compounds within a circular and sustainable bio-economy

16:15-16:45

PL2: Franz Bucar, University of Graz, Austria

The role of flavonoids   as antimicrobials and inhibitors of bacterial efflux

16:45-17:15

PL3: Thomas Efferth, Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany

Artemisinin-type compounds against viruses

17:15-17:45

PL4: Randolph RJ Arroo, De Montfort University, UK

The role of simple phenolics in the prevention of   degenerative diseases

17:45-18:15

PL5: Milen I. Georgiev, Center of Plant Systems Biology and   Biotechnology, Bulgaria

Anti-obesity molecules of natural origin


Session 1:   Bioactivity of natural products (I)

(Jesus Simal-Gandara, Fuyuan Zhang)

18:30-18:55

IL00: Ipek Süntar, Gazi University, Turkey

Discovery of bioactive   natural products from traditionally used medicinal plants

18:55-19:20

IL01: Domenico Trombetta, University of Messina, Italy.

New insight into Citrus   genus: Antioxidant and anti-angiogenic properties of Citrus lumia juice

19:20-19:35

OL01: Hamed M El-Shora, Mansoura   University, Egypt

Anticancer,   antidiabetic, antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of methanolic leaf   extract of Rhamnus  alaternus L and Citrullus colocynthis L.

19:35-20:00

OL02: Ana Clara   Aprotosoaie, Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Romania

Inhibitory   effect on human platelet aggregation of Mentha   gattefossei Maire polyphenolic extract

20:00-20:15

OL03: Shailendra   Gurav, Goa University, India

Phytochemical analysis, post-coital antifertility   evaluation of Curcuma longa   varieties, and underlying mechanism thereof

20:15-20:30

OL04: Niranjan   Koirala, Dr. Koirala Research Institute for Biotechnology and Biodiversity,   Nepal

Determination of phenolic content, flavonoids   content, cytotoxicity, and nutritive value of Tinospora cordifolia (Willd.) Miers

20:30-20:45

OL05: E. Sanmuga   Priya, Anna University, India

Experimental   validation of the immunomodulatory potential of Indian Traditional Millets


Session 2:   Berries and Health

(Li-Shu Wang, Francesca Giampieri)

21:00-21:25

OL6: Lee Parry, Cardiff University, UK

Fermentation of dietary fiber by the microbiome   impacts upon intestinal stem cell maintenance

21:25-21:50

IL02: Amy Howell, Rutgers University, USA

Latest clinical evidence supporting cranberry   Iintake and Helicobacter pylori suppression

21:50-22:15

OL7: Stephanie May, Cardiff University, UK

Black Raspberry Mediated Colorectal Cancer   Prevention via regulation of stem cell pools

22:15-22:40

IL03: Francesca Giampieri, Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy

The effects of strawberry bioactive compounds on   lipid metabolism and adipogenesis

22:40-23:05

IL04: Jeevan K. Prasain, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

Cranberry polyphenols- chemistry, metabolism and   potential health benefits

23:05-23:30

OL8: Franck Carbonero, Washington State University-Spokane, USA

Impact of cranberry and cherry juice consumption   on the human gut microbiota

23:30-23:55

IL05: Li-Shu Wang, Medical College of Wisconsin, USA

A food-based approach for cancer immunoprevention


1 December


Plenary   lecture 2

(Si Mi)

14:00-14:35

PL6: Yoshinori Asakawa,   Tokushima Bunri University, Japan

Application   of Liverworts to Cosmetics, Foods and Medicinal Drugs

14:35-15:10

PL7: Min-Hsiung Pan,   台湾大学,中国

Recent   advances in cancer chemoprevention with phytochemicals

15:10-15:45

PL8: Jean-Luc Wolfender,   University of Geneva, Switzerland

How far are we from a   global and in-depth vision of the phytochemical composition of an herbal   medicine?


Session 3:   Natural antidiabetic agents

(Milen I. Georgiev,   Rui Jiao)

16:00-16:25

IL06: Amin Ismail,   Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Underutilised seeds of Lepisanthes fruticose fruit reduced   hyperglycaemia and oxidative stress-related biomarkers related to diabetic   risk factors

16:25-16:50

IL07: Christian Carpéné, INSERM, France

Novel facets for an old   phytochemical? Direct influence of caffeine on glucose and biogenic amine   handling by human adipocytes

16:50-17:05

OL09: Rajapandian   Rajaganesh, Bharathiar University, India

Antidiabetic   and antioxidant properties of medicinal fairy ring edible mushroom, Marasmius oreades encapsulated Ag   Nanoparticles

17:05-17:20

OL10: Abdulfatai T. Ajiboye, Kwara State University,   Nigeria

GC-MS profiles, antioxidant and antihyperglycemic   potentials of methanol extract of roasted cashew kernel

17:20-17:35

OL11: Aminu Mohammed, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria

Antidiabetic effect   of tiger nuts, radish and chokeberry blend in a type 2 diabetes rat model

17:35-17:50

OL12: Jielun Hu,   Nanchang University, China

Hypoglycemic mechanism of polysaccharide from Cyclocarya paliurus leaves in type 2   diabetic rats by gut microbiota and host metabolism alteration


Session 4:   Bioactivity of natural products (II)

(Thomas   Efferth, Yane Luo)

18:15-18:40

IL08: Salah Akkal, University of Mentouri Constantine1, Algeria

Traditional therapeutic   properties and biological activities of some species in the eastern numidy (Northeast algeria).

18:40-19:05

IL09: Elwira Sieniawska, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

Metabolomic exploration   of mycobacteria stress response to natural products.

19:05-19:30

IL10: Haroon Khan, Abdul Wali Khan University, Pakistan

A comprehensive revision of the ethnopharmacology,   phytochemistry and preclinical studies of Oxyria   digyna

19:30-19:45

OL13: Hammad   Ullah, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

An   overview of the health benefits of Prunus species with special reference to   metabolic syndrome risk factors

19:45-20:00

OL14: Uuganbayar   B, Institute of Traditional Medicine and Technology of Mongolia, Mongolia

Effect   of Garidi traditional tape on experimental chronic arthritis model induced by   freund’s adjuvant induction in rats

20:00-20:15

OL15: João Victor   Dutra Gomes, University of Brasília, Brazil

Xylopia sericea A.St.-Hil.   (Annonaceae) leaves display anti-inflammatory effects on murine macrophage   LPS stimulated, urease enzyme inhibition and antioxidant activity

20:15-20:30

OL16: Maria H.   Ribeiro, Universidade Lisboa, Portugal

Paving   the Path Toward Anti-inflammatory Activity of (Un)processed Grapefruit Juice   in a Model of Colitis


Session 5:   Anti-obesity of dietary bioactives

(Marc   Diederich, Jiali Chan)

20:45-21:05

IL11: Takao Nagano, Ishikawa Prefectural University, Japan

Impact of dietary cellulose nanofibrils on obesity   and gut microbiota in high-fat diet-fed mice

21:05-21:30

IL12: Thomas Netticadan, Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health   and Medicine, Canada

Effects of edible oils on heart structure and   function in an animal model of diet-induced obesity

21:30-21:55

IL13: Keisuke Toda, Okayama Prefectural University, Japan.

Platelet-type 12S-lipoxygenase in hepatic stellate   cells of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis model mice

21:55-22:10

OL17: Iñaki   Milton-Laskíbar, University of the Basque Country, Spain

Pterostilbene modifies   triglyceride metabolism in hepatic steatosis induced by high-fat   high-fructose feeding. A comparison with its analog resveratrol


Session 6:   Polyphenols and Health (I)

(Esra   Capanoglu, Chen Lei)

22:25-22:50

IL18: Pradeep K. Sengupta, University of    Calcutta, India

Flavonoid-biomembrane interactions: binding   characteristics and antioxidant effects of the phytochemicals

22:50-23:15

IL19: Siau Hui Mah, Taylor’s University, Malaysia

3-O-Substituted   xanthone derivatives as potential cholinesterase inhibitors

23:15-23:40

IL20: Katalin Patonay, Eszterházy Károly University, Hungary

Investigations on Mentha longifolia (L.) L. populations from Northern Hungary as a   potential source of natural antioxidants: polyphenols and their contribution   to in vitro antioxidant properties of the plant

23:40-00:05

OL18: M. Fraga,   University of Vigo, Spain

Antioxidant phenolic compounds   within a circular and sustainable bio-economy

00:05-00:20

OL19: Kayode Azeez Abideen Abolanle, Babcock   University, Nigeria

Bioactivity-guided isolation of antiulcer   related constituents from Securidaca longepedunculata fres. leaf extracts

00:20-00:35

OL20: Aline   Priscilla Gomes da Silva, University of São Paulo, Brazil.

Polyphenols from Uvaia (Eugenia pyriformis Cambess) fruit and   leaf after acid digestion ameliorate LPS induced inflammation in Caco-2 cells   by reducing oxidative stress and pro-inflammatory genes


2 December


Session 7:   Natural anti-cancer agents (I)

(Maurizio   Battino, Jielun Hu)

01:00-01:25

IL17: Maria-José U. Ferreira, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Reversing of Multidrug   Resistance in Cancer by Indole Alkaloid Derivatives

01:25-01:50

IL18: Didem Şöhretoğlu, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Natural histone   deacetylase inhibitors

01:50-02:05

OL21: Nadire   Özenver, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Chemometric and transcriptomic   profiling, microtubule disruption and cell death induction by secalonic acid   in tumor cells

02:05-02:20

OL22: María Cecilia   Carpinella, Catholic University of Córdoba, Argentina

Active principles obtained from plants of Argentina   as new therapeutic tools against multi-drug resistant tumors

02:20-02:35

OL23: Diaconeasa   Zoriţa, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Romania

Novel   formulation of encapslated anthocyanins and their antiproliferative potential   in vitro

02:35-02:50

OL24: Bo Eng   Cheong, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia

Isolation   and characterization of potential anti-proliferative compound from the roots   of Clinacanthus nutans (sabah snake   grass)


Plenary   lecture 3

(Nilufar Z.   Mamadalieva, Weibin Bai)

14:00-14:35

PL9: Yoshinori Marunaka,   Kyoto Industrial Health Association, Japan

Stimulatory   mechanisms of ciliary beating movement by a herbal medicine, Sei-hai-to   (TJ-90; Qing Fei Tang)

14:35-15:10

PL10: Michael Heinrich,   University College London, UK

Best practice in   research on medicinal and food plants: Yes, we must set a place for a more   robust phytochemical characterization

15:10-15:45

PL101: Marc Diederich,   Seoul National University, South Korea

Natural compounds   induce immunogenic cell death in cancer

15:45-16:20

PL12: Maurizio Battino, Polytechnic   University of Marche, Italy

Effect of Manuka honey   on 5-fluorouracil chemosensitivity in cancer stem (-like) cells enriched from   colorectal carcinoma


Session 8: Leads finding from nature   (I)

(Krystyna   Skalicka-Woźniak, Xinwei Jiang)

16:30-16:55

IL19: Nilufar Z. Mamadalieva, Academy Sciences of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan

Chemical constituents and biological activities of   Lagochilus setulosus

16:55-17:20

IL20: Maria Daglia, University of Napoli Federico II, Italy

Epilobium angustifolium L. in benign prostatic hyperplasia: well beyond   its traditional use!

17:20-17:35

OL25: Shaden A.   Khalifa, Stockholm University, Sweden

Honeybee products: An updated   review of neurological actions

17:35-17:50

OL26: Paolo   Magni, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

Plant extracts from Cameroon   possess biochemical and molecular properties potentially useful for   prevention and management of cardio-metabolic diseases

17:50-18:05

OL27: Yit-Lai Chow, Universiti Tunku Abdul   Rahman, Malaysia

Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor   gamma (PPARγ) antagonists and agonists from benzylisoquinoline alkaloids

18:05-18:20

OL28: Anna Paula   A. de Carvalho, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Discovering   the medicinal effects of natural compounds found in more than 60 Brazilian   native fruits and plant species: new insights to prevent and treat several   human diseases 

18:20-18:35

OL29: Marco Clericuzio,   Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy

 Edibility of   wild mushrooms: a still open question, with many contradictory cases. A   phytochemist’s point of view


Session 9: Isolation and analytical   techniques

(Min-Hsiung Pan, Guoling Li)

18:50-19:15

IL21: Gokhan Zengin, Selcuk University, Turkey

Chemical characterization, antioxidant and enzyme   inhibitory effects of Mitracarpus   hirtus extracts

19:15-19:40

IL22: Krystyna Skalicka-Woźniak, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

Isolation of natural   products and its relevance to health improvement

19:40-19:55

OL30: Polina   Turova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Application   of HPLS-MS-PARAFAC approach in phytochemical analysis.

19:55-20:10

OL31: Onur Can   Bodur, Gazi University, Turkey

Determination of phytochemicals by using biosensors

20:10-20:25

OL32: Andrey   Stavrianidi, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

Quantitative   assessment of total saponin content in herbal products based on hydrolysis   and HPLC-MS determination

20:25-20:40

OL33: Daniela   Andrea Ramirez, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina

Multi-phytochemical   determination of polar and non-polar garlic bioactive compounds in different   food and nutraceutical preparations

20:40-20:55

OL34: Jelena B.   Popović-Djordjević, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Application of Raman microscopy combined with   multivariate analysis for rapid discrimination between storage reserves in   wild and cultivated rosehip


Session 10: Bioaccessibility and   bioavailability of polyphenols

(Mohamed A. Farag,   Lingjun Ma)

21:10-21:35

IL23: Esra Capanoglu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Increasing the   bioaccessibility of antioxidants in tomato sauce using excipient emulsion

21:35-22:00

IL24: Avi Shpigelman, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Structure dependant   bioaccessibility of polyphenols: Impact of thermal and high pressure   processing at different pH levels and the presence of cell wall material in a   model system

22:00-22:15

OL35: Luigi Lucini, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore,   Italy

Artichoke   polyphenols and sesquiterpene lactones: in vitro modulation of amylase   activity, bioaccessibility and bioavailability following simulated large   intestine fermentation

22:15-22:30

OL36: Senem   Kamiloglu, Bursa Uludag University, Turkey

Effect   of oil matrix on the bioaccessibility of polyphenols from broccoli   by-products and lemon juice

22:30-22:45

OL37: Gulay   Ozkan, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

PVP/quercetin   coprecipitation by supercritical antisolvent process: preparation,   characterization and bioaccessibility

22:45-23:00

OL38: A. Gulcin   Sagdicoglu Celep, Gazi University Ankara, Turkey

 Encapsulation   and controlled release of (-)-epicatechin


Session 11:   Natural anti- infection and antimicrobial agents

(Franz. Bucar, Xinyu Wang)

23:15-23:40

IL25: Céline   Rivière, University of Lille, France

Discovery   of a novel inhibitor of Hepatitis C virus RNA replication from Juncus   maritimus: Dehydrojuncusol as a lead toward a more affordable medicine?

23:40-23:55

OL39: Tuguldur A,   Traditional Medicine and Technology Institute of Mongolia, Mongolia

Antimicrobial activity of drug Nagbo-9

23:55-00:10

(3 December)

OL40: Paramita Paul, University of North Bengal, India

Preparation and characterizations of chitosan coated   PLGA nanoparticles loaded with voriconazole: A novel approach to treat lung   fungal infection by pulmonary administration

00:10-00:25

(3 December)

OL41: Dawang D.   Noel, Plateau State Polytechnic, Nigeria

Antidiarrheal potency of ethanolic and n-Hexane   extracts of Curcuma longa (Turmeric)   against bacteria associated with diarrhoea infection.

00:25-00:40

(3 December)

OL42: Balamurugan   Chandramohan, Bharathiar University, India

Synergistic effect of bio-fabricated silver, gold   and silver-gold alloy nanoparticles using medicinal plants (Smilax zeylanica L.) for antimicrobial   and larvicidal at the clean, stagnant and sewage water ecosystems.

00:40-01:05

(3 December)

IL26: Sevgi   Gezici, Kilis 7 Aralik University, Turkey

Current perspectives on immune-boosting antiviral   agents and complementary therapy for novel SARS-CoV-2

01:05-01:30

(3 December)

IL27: Hesham R.   El-Seedi, Uppsala University, Sweden

Comprehensive overview on multiple strategies fighting   COVID-19: natural and derived bio-active compounds in preclinical and   clinical studies


3 December


Session 12:   Metabolomics and phytochemcials

 (Lin Shi, Maria Daglia)

14:00-14:25

IL28: Mohamed A. Farag, American University in   Cairo, Egypt

Metabolomics gateway for milestone discoveries in   the prehistoric and post genomic era

14:25-14:50

IL29: Nokwanda P. Makunga, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

Comparative   metabolomics and genetic population structure in some medicinal flora from   the cape floristic region

14:50-15:05

OL43: Intan   Safinar Ismail, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Metabolic   variation in biological evaluation of Clinacanthus   nutans (burm. F.) Lindau leaf extracts on LPS-induced neuroinflammatory   in rats

15:05-15:20

OL44: Nqobile A.   Masondo, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

Integrating   metabolome and proteome approaches during exposure to salt and nutrient   stress in Sutherlandia frutescens   (L.) R.Br. – cancer bush

15:20-15:35

OL45: B.   Balamuralikrishnan, Sejong University, South Korea

Potential   effects of Tridax procumbens and   its extracts on biochemical profiles in aflatoxin induced Wistar rats

15:35-15:50

OL46: Akinrinde   AS, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

The multiple health benefits of luteolin, a   flavonoid phytochemical: further mechanistic evidences of its protective   potential against chemical-induced toxicities in vivo

15:50-16:05

OL47: Lucia   Caputo, University of Salerno, Italy

Phytotoxicity   assessment of essential oil from Mentha   pulegium (lamiaceae) leaves


Session 13: Downstream processing

(Nataša   Poklar Ulrih, Xiumin Chen)

16:20-16:45

IL30: Ana Sanches-Silva, INIAV, Portugal

The potential of   industrial fruits by-products to produce antioxidant extracts and their   application in active food packaging

16:45-17:10

IL31: Zhongxiang Fang, University of Melbourne,  Australia

Effect of gallic   acid/chitosan coating on fresh pork quality in modified atmosphere packaging

17:10-17:25

OL48: Alam Zeb,   University of Malakand, Pakistan

Changes in phenolic profile and antioxidant activity   of Rubus fruticosus fruit during   maturation.

17:25-17:40

OL49: Basavaraj   K. Nanjwade, KJD Pharma Pvt Ltd, India

Development   and Evaluation of Curcumin   Floating Tablets

17:40-17:55

OL50: Umesh   Patil, University of Macau, Macau

Albumin   and globulin from coconut meat: characteristics and their role in emulsion   stability

17:55-18:10

OL51: Simone   Angeloni, University of Camerino, Italy

Coffee   silverskin: chemical characterization and extracts evaluation

18:10-18:25

OL52: Antonella   Smeriglio, University of Messina, Italy

New perspectives from circular economy: essential   oils from Mentha pulegium   (Lamiaceae) flowers as eco-friendly herbicides


Session 14: Bioactivity of natural   products (III)

(Nilufar Z.   Mamadalieva, Yuchen Zhu)

18:40-19:05

IL32: Bunleu Sungthong,   Mahasarakham University, Thailand

Effect   of Dipterocarpus alatus Extracts on   Inflammatory Mediator Production in Lipopolysaccharide Induced Inflammation   in Macrophage Cell Line (RAW 264.7)

19:05-19:30

IL33:   Pharkphoom Panichayupakaranant, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

A   green technology for curcuminoid dietary supplement products

19:30-19:55

IL34: Tarun   Belwal, Zhejiang University, China

Food waste   valorization for high-end use

19:55-20:10

OL53: Sevgi   Kolayli, Karadeniz Tehnical University, Turkey

Chestnut flowers: phenolic content, phenolic   composition and antioxidant properties

20:10-20:25

OL54: Olufunke F.   Ajeigbe, Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria

Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Sand Paper (Ficus   Spp) Leaves on Some Enzymes Linked to Hypertension and Pro-Oxidants Induced   Damage in Rats’ Heart Homogenates

20:25-20:40

OL55: Adriana   Trifan, Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi, Romania

Is comfrey more than toxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids?   Novel insights into chemical composition and biological activity of Symphytum officinale L. roots


Session 15: Food Function and Nutrition

(Tarun   Belwal, Xiaojun Huang)

21:00-21:25

IL35: Nataša Poklar Ulrih, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Characterization of   algae food supplements using the antioxidative potential, elemental and   stable isotope approaches

21:25-21:50

IL36: Mario M. Martinez, Aarhus University, Denmark

Snacking Right:   molecular mechanisms to improve carbohydrate nutritional quality

21:50-22:15

IL37: Hazrulrizawati Abd Hamid, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia

Physiochemical   properties of roasted seeds of fermented rambutan and pulasan in comparison   to cocoa powder

22:15-22:30

OL56: Monica Rosa   Loizzo, University of Calabria, Italy

Almond   seed coat: a possible opportunity to functionalize Rubus ulmifolius (Rosaceae) jam

22:30-22:45

OL57: Magdalena   Grajzer, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland

Chemistry,   oxidative stability and bioactivity of oil extracted from Rosa rugosa (Thunb.) seeds by   supercritical carbon dioxide

22:45-23:00

OL58: Alejandra   B. Camargo, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina

Functionality   studies of garlic organosulfur compounds

23:00-23:15

OL59: Katarzyna   Świąder, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

The use of selected natural high-intensity   sweeteners in functional food - the case of the Polish market

23:15-23:30

OL60: Yafang Shang, Hefei University of   Technology, China

Comparison of   phenolic compounds extracted from Diaphragma   juglandis fructus, walnut pellicle, and flowers of Juglans regia using   methanol, ultrasonic wave, and enzyme assisted-extraction

23:30-23:45

OL61: Merve Keskin, Bilecik Seyh Edebali University, Turkey  

A natural remedy   from the bee hives: Propolis


4   December


Section 16: Bioengineering and Biotechnology

Elwira Sieniawska,   Jiyong Shi

14:00-14:25

IL38: Kadarkarai Murugan, Bharathiar University, India

Biosynthesis and phytonanotechology   characterization of iron nanoparticles using aromatic plant Elettaria cardamomum: An experimental   approach to control mosquito vectors, dengue and malarial fever and harmful   bacteria in the aquatic system

14:25-14:50

IL39: Tatiana Matveeva, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

New medicinal naturally   transgenic plants

14:50-15:15

IL40: Łukasz Woźniak, Institute of Agricultural and Food Biotechnology,   Poland

Bioactive constituents   of plant cuticles and kinetics of their synthesis during development of   fruits and leaves

15:15-15:40

IL41: Adam Matkowski, Wroclaw Medical University, Poland

From fields to   test-tubes or the other way? Remarks on plant tissue culture and related   approaches in aromatic and medicinal plants

15:40-15:55

OL62: Ranabir   Sahu, University of North Bengal, India

A   precursor-feeding strategy to enhance rosmarinic acid biosynthesis in Solenostemon scutellarioides

15:55-16:10

OL63:   Zhengyi Wei,  Jilin Academy of Agricultural   Sciences, China

Higher plant   plastid metabolism engineering for the production of functional compounds

16:10-16:25

OL64: Pan Liao,   Purdue University, USA

Is   cuticle affect the release of volatiles from petunia flowers into the   atmosphere?

16:25-16:40

OL65: Raquel Mateos Briz, ICTAN-CSIC, Spain

Bioconversion of polyphenols and organic   acids by gut microbiota of predigested Hibiscus   sabdariffa L. calyces and Agave (Agave   tequilana Weber) fructans assessed in a dynamic in vitro model (TIM-2) of the human colon

16:40-16:55

OL66: Xiaoyan Zhao, Shanghai Academy of Agricultural   Sciences

UPLC-Q-TOF-MS guided molecular networking to identify   unique natural products in Morchella sp.


Session 17:   Natural anti-cancer agents (II)

(Ipek   Süntar, Jiaoyan Ren)

17:00-17:25

IL42: Claudia Cerella , Hôpital Kirchberg, Luxembourg

Predictive markers of   response to cardiac glycosides in acute myeloid leukemia patients

17:25-17:50

IL43: Wen-Chin Yang, 台北,台湾,中国

Functional and mechanistic studies of a novel   polyacetylene of Bidens pilsoa, DHTT, against breast cancer in mice

17:50-18:05

OL67: Srinivas Nerella, Kakatiya University, India

Regioselective synthesis of   podophyllotoxin-glycosyl triazole hybrids via click protocol mediated by   Silver (I)-N-heterocyclic carbenes and their anti-cancer evaluation as   Topoisomerase-II inhibitors

18:05-18:20

OL68: Ali M. El-Hagrassi,   National Research Centre, Egypt

Studying   the chemical composition and anticancer mechanisms of Allium porrumin execution of Ehrlich ascites carcinoma in mice

18:20-18:35

OL69: Sajad Fakhri, Kermanshah University of Medical   Sciences, Iran

The applicability of phytochemicals in   diseases: From neurodegeneration to cancer

18:35-18:50

OL70: Alev Önder,   Ankara University, Turkey

The antiproliferative effects of the roots of Seseli petraeum M. Bieb. on cancer   cells


Session 18: Leads finding from   nature (II)

(Michael   Heinrich, Suowen Xu)

19:00-19:25

IL44: Nazim Sekeroglu, Kilis 7 Aralik University, Turkey

Traditional herbal coffees: as healthy coffee   substitutes

19:25-19:50

IL45: Anca Miron, Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania

Crataegus pentagyna: perspectives on cardiovascular activity


IL46: Fa-Chu Wong, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia

Identification of antioxidant peptides derived   from tropical jackfruit seed and investigation of the stability profiles

19:50-20:05

OL71:   Thilahgavani Nagappan, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia

Biological activities of coastal herbs (Ficus deltoidea, Hibiscus tiliaceus, Melaleuca   cajuputi) from bris soil of terengganu, malaysia

20:05-20:20

OL72: Erna   Karalija, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bioactive properties of widely growing plants in   Bosnia and Herzegovina

20:20-20:35

OL73: Marija   Glisic, University of Bern, Switzerland

A systematic review of phytochemicals in oat and   buckwheat

20:35-20:50

OL74: Olayinka T.   Asekun, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria

Phytochemical studies of selected nigerian medicinal plants

20:50-21:05

OL75: Mahesh   Kawale, Dhote Bandhu Science College, India

Holarhena   antidysenterica   Flowers: A Promising Wild edible source from central India


Session 19: Bioactivity of natural   products (IV)

(Salah   Akkal, Jing Wang)

21:15-21:40

IL47: Hang Xiao,   University of Massachusetts, USA

Interactions between food bioactives and gut microbiota:   good or bad?

21:40-22:05

IL48: Mingfu   Wang, University of Hong Kong, China

Neuroprotective activity of some selected   phytochemicals in ischemic stroke

22:05-22:30

IL49: Hui-Min   Wang, 中兴大学, 台湾, 中国

Skin physiology and oxidative stress: Tissue   regeneration, delay aging and fight against metastatic melanoma

22:30-22:45

 

OL76: Adeleh Sahebnasagh, North Khorasan University of Medical   Sciences, Iran

The Prophylaxis and   Treatment Potential of Supplements for COVID-19

22:45-23:00

 

OL77: Xiaojun Huang, Nanchang University,   China

Study on nutrients   of 24 Chinese cowpea cultivars

23:00-23:15

OL78: Jayapal Subramaniam, Bharathiar University, India

Computational   screening of phytochemicals from Neem (Azadirachta   indica) to combating potent inhibitors against SARS (COVID -19) Spike   Proteins

23:15-23:30

OL79: Tarun K   Dua, University of North Bengal, India

Protective effects of an edible herb, Enhydra   fluctuans against heavy metal induced oxidative stress in mouse liver


Session 20: Bioactivity of natural   products (V)

(Anca Miron,   Junfu Ji)

23:30-23:55

IL50: Moklesur Rahman Sarker, State University of   Bangladesh, Bangladesh

Potential antidiabetic activities of a novel   formulation of functional foods (Dia-Best): Evidences from diabetic animal   model and clinical studies with type 2 diabetes mellitus patients

23:55-24:10

OL80: Qing Kong, Ocean University of China, China

Antimicrobial   peptides: classification, design, application and research progress in   multiple fields

24:10-00:25

OL81:Oliver D. John, University of Southern Queensland,   Australia

Rind from yellow   mangosteen (Garcinia dulcis)   attenuated physiological and metabolic changes in rats with diet-induced   metabolic syndrome

00:25-00:40

(December 5)

OL82: Gamze Toydemir, Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat   University, Turkey

Current processing trends   for enhanced antioxidant bioavailability

00:40-00:55

(December 5)

OL83: O.T. Asekun, University of Lagos, Nigeria

Phytochemicals,   mineral composition and cytotoxic activities in Anchomanes difformis

00:55-01:10

(December 5)

OL84: Lucian Hritcu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of   Iasi, Romania

Ameliorative   effects of rhoifolin in scopolamine-induced amnesic zebrafish (Danio rerio)  model

01:10-01:25

(December 5)

OL85: Eliane Przytyk Jung, Instituto Nacional de   Tecnologia, Brasil

Phenolic compounds   of Bauhinia forficata Link infusions as revealed by LC-qTOF/MS

01:25-01:40

(December 5)

OL86: Ardiansyah, Universitas Bakrie, Indonesia

Functional   properties of rice bran to improve lifestyle-related diseases

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                                                                           E-Poster

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December 5

14:00-14:10

EP1

Phytochemical and nutritive   quality of dried seeds of Buchholzia   coriacea

Ibrahim   T.A

14:10-14:20

EP2

Iridiod glucosides from Ceratotheca sesamoides: a neglected vegetable, exert monoamine a   & b inhibitory, antioxidant with structure activity relationship (SAR)

Oluwasesan M. Bello

14:20-14:30

EP3

Biosynthesis, characterization and biological   applications of silver nanoparticles using Celosia trigyna and Solanum   nigrum extracts: neglected vegetables in nigeria

Bello   Oluwasesan Micheal

14:30-14:40

EP4

Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and   hepatoprotective activities of Terminalia   bellirica and its bioactive component   ellagic acid against diclofenac induced oxidative stress

Ashutosh Gupta

14:40-14:50

EP5

Allochrusa gypsophiloides, an endemic   medicinal plant of central Asia: phytochemistry and bioactivity

Farukh   S. Sharopov

14:50-15:00

EP6

Decoctions of Cornus mas L. (cornelian cherry) dried fruits and   leaves: development of new nutraceuticals and food supplements

Rosa Tundis

15:00-15:10

EP7

Some   results of the phytochemical study of Mongolian endemic plant of Artemisia.   sphaerocephala Krasch

Nyamdemberel Ts

15:10-15:20

EP8

Sceletiums   in the closet? a phytochemical investigation of the Sceletium genus

Reddy   K

15:20-15:30

EP9

The quality of   ikrainian saffron and its antibacterial activity

Оlha   Мykhailenko

15:30-15:40

EP10

Determination of   antioxidant activity of natural products isolated from broussonetia.   Papyrifera

Jakub   TremL

15:40-15:50

EP11

In-vitro bioaccessibility study of phenolic compounds recovered from grapevine   bunch. stems and canes by-products

Susana Ferreyra

15:50-16:00

EP12

Fast dissolving sublingual films loaded with Viburnum opulus fruit extract: development and in vitro characterization

Alexandra   Bujor

16:00-16:10

EP13

Jaboticaba skin   anthocyanin-rich extracts obtained by conventional, ultrasound-assisted and   high hydrostatic pressure-assisted extraction

Gabriela   N. Mattos

16:10-16:20

EP14

Effects of curcumin on   viability, proliferation and protein expression of imatinib-sensitive and   imatinib-resistant CML cell lines

Esma   Bilajac

16:20-16:30

EP15

Health applications of boron

Abdulkadir Solak

16:30-16:40

EP16

Preparation,   characterization and controlled release of antibiotic drug from microspheres   embedded in the membrane: a biocompatible material for wound healing

Ebru   Kondolot Solak

16:40-16:50

EP17

Micoencapsulation of   non-steroidal anti inflammatory drug (NSAID) with biocompatible polymers and   its controlled release

Seçil   Kaya

16:50-17:00

EP18

Antibacterial and   anti-inflammatory activities of hedera helix leaves from Algeria

Lynda Lamoudi

17:00-17:10

EP19

Obtaining of Pouteria ramiflora (Mart.) Radlk pulp   soluble tea by spray drying process

Gabriela   Roso Cibin

17:10-17:20

EP20

Comparative study   between synthetic and phytotherapeutic medicines for inflammatory diseases

A.   Toubane

17:20-17:30

EP21

Free radical   scavenging and metal chelating activities of Amaranthus caudatus L.

Fadime   Eryılmaz Pehlivan

17:30-17:40

EP22

Mechanisms of the   anticancer action of aqueous fraction of cotinus   coggygria scop. leaves extract on malignant melanoma cell line A375

Georgi   Antov

17:40-17:50

EP23

Phenolic compound   profiling of boiled and raw chilean araucaria   araucana kernels: antioxidant and inhibitory activity on metabolic   syndrome-associated enzymes

Javier   Antileo-Laurie

17:50-18:00

EP24

From table tomato by-products to bioactive food ingredients

Mikel   Añibarro-Ortega

18:00-18:10

EP25

Biological activity of   different parts of Eucalyptus   camaldulensis Dehnh. Extract

Petra   Herczogová

18:10-18:20

EP26

Effect of black   myrobalan (Terminalia Chebula Retz.)   aqueous extract on pre-diabetic healthy volunteers

Prasob-orn   Rinthong

18:20-18:30

EP27

Prebiotic effects of   yam bean (Pachyrhizus erosus (L.)   urban) tuber extract

Sakulrat   Rattanakiat

18:30-18:40

EP28

Obtaining and   characterization of macerated oils for cosmetic use

Mousa   Sha’at

18:40-18:50

EP29

Total phenolic and   flavonoid contents and antioxidant capacity of leaf extracts of Securidaca longepedunculata Fres.   (Polygalaceae) and Luffa cylindrica   Linn. (Cucurbitaceae) against free radicals and oxidative damage

Kayode   Azeez Abideen Abolanle

18:50-19:00

EP30

Assessment of   polyphenolic components, total phenolic content and antioxidant activity of   propolis samples from different regions of hungary - a chemical fingerprint   of the geographical origin

Szabolcs Molnár

19:00-19:10

EP31

Herbal anti-SARS-Cov2   compounds

Olesia   Bogomaz

19:10-19:20

EP32

Thymoquinone: could be   a novel energy restriction mimetic?

Mustafa   Fevzi KARAGÖZ

19:20-19:30

EP33

Development of gel   preparation from the mixtures of Derris   scandens extract

Jirawan   Atchariyawongmaeti

19:30-19:40

EP34

Phytochemical   composition and antioxidant activity of six Genista L. taxa

Mirel   Subašić

19:40-19:50

EP35

Antiproliferative effect   of paku pakis on breast cancer cells

Teoh   Peik Lin

19:50-20:00

EP36

The antidiabetic   effect of thymoquinone: phytochemical from blessed Nigella sativa seeds

Mustafa   Fevzi KARAGÖZ

20:00-20:10

EP37

Spiraeoside from red   onion skin ameliorate apoptosis and exerts potent antitumor,   anti-inflammatory and enzyme inhibitory effect

Arti   Nile

20:10-20:20

EP38

Enhancing the   antimicrobial activity of sargassum muticum extracts on escherichia   coli strain using microwave assisted extraction

Aurora Silva

20:20-20:30

EP39

Humulus lupulus LC-MS untargeted profiling study for   geographic origin classification task

Yuriy   Ikhalaynen

20:30-20:40

EP40

Obtaining of Pouteria ramiflora (Mart.) Radlk pulp   soluble tea by spray drying process

Gabriela   Roso Cibin

20:40-20:50

EP41

Plant originated   nanomaterials as ecofriendly adsorbents, stable sensing elements and   effective therapeutic agents

Shruti   Shukla

20:50-21:00

EP42

In vitro cellular antioxidant potential and inhibition of   foodborne pathogens in vivo by a sesquiterpene ilimaquinone

Vivek   K. Bajpai

21:00-21:10

EP43

Effect of   indole-3-carbinole on diseases caused by oxidative stress

Ayfer   BEYAZ COŞKUN

21:10-21:20

EP44

Characterization of a   pollen-based yogurt

Akretche-kelfat   Soraya

21:20-21:30

EP45

Antioxidant and   anticancer activities of gallic acid and its encapsulation

Aslihan   Demirkaya

21:30-21:40

EP46

Investigation of the biological potential of Miconia chamissois Naudin

Juliana de F. Ferreira

21:40-21:50

EP47

Probiotics for   immuncompromised patients or patients with infections, sepsis, fungemia,   bacteraemia

Eylem   Seker Ari

21:50-21:00

EP48

Food additives and   genetic influences

Ece   ÇELİK

22:00-22:10

EP49

Efficacy of   resveratrol on inflammatory bowel diseases

Özlem   PÖLENT

22:10-22:20

EP50

The importance of   probiotics and approaches of dieticians to probiotic products

Şehriban   Duyar Özer

22:20-22:30

EP51

The effect of caffeine   on women fertilization

Şehriban   Duyar Özer

22:30-22:40

EP52

Evaluation of almond   oils sold in the market in terms of European pharmacopoeia monograph criteria

Aysel   Berkkan

 

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