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Optimization of Iranian mentha longifolia of nanoemulsion containing omega-3 fatty acids by Spontaneous emulsification

Nasrin Faraji; Mohammad Alizadeh khaled abad; Hadi Almasi; Sajad Pirsa; Soheila Faraji

Volume 17, Issue 1 , March and April 2021, , Pages 143-172


  Introduction: Fish oil is an omega3 source, because it consists of a long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), namely Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA, 20:5 n-3) and Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6 n-3) that are essential to all humans and provide multiple health benefits associated with brain development, ...  Read More

Study on the physicochemical/ microbial properties and gas chromatography profile of synbiotic yogurt

Nasibeh Obudi; Mohammad Alizadeh khaled abad; Sajad Pirsa

Volume 15, Issue 3 , July and August 2019, , Pages 45-59


  A synbiotic yogurt was provided by adding aerobic (Lactobacillus acidophilus) and anaerobic (Bifidobacterium bifidum) probiotics and inulin to the yogurt. The effects of aerobic and anaerobic probiotics, storage time, and inulin on the physicochemical/microbial properties of synbiotic yogurt in terms ...  Read More

Use of clarifying agents in the purification of raw sugar beet juice

Edris Arjeh; Mikhalil Piruzifard; Sajad Pirsa

Volume 15, Issue 2 , May and June 2019, , Pages 267-279


  Introduction Raw sugar beet juice (RSBJ) is an intermediate of sugar beet processing obtaining by diffusion process. The RSBJ contains approximately 85% water, 13% sucrose, and 2% non-sugar compounds (impurities) and its purity ranges from 85 to 88%. Due to the low purity, the RSBJ should be subjected ...  Read More

Migration of ohmic heating electrode components into a food

Mohsen Zandi; Nazila Dardmeh; Sajad Pirsa; Hadi Almasi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , July and August 2015, , Pages 273-278


  Ohmic heating has an advantage over conventional indirect heating methods because heater (electrode) surfaces temperatures are comparatively lower as heat is generated within bulk fluid. Conventional ohmic heating under typical low frequency alternating current (50 or 60 Hz) could cause hydrogen and ...  Read More