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Our work entitled "Subchronic treatment with grape-seed phenolics inhibits ghrelin production despite a short-term stimulation of ghrelin secretion produced by bitter-sensing flavanols" authored by Joan Serrano, Àngela Casanova-Martí, Inge Depoortere, M Teresa Blay, Ximena Terra, Montserrat Pinent and Anna Ardévol has just been published on-line in the Molecular Nutrition and Food Research Journal.
In this study we describe the short-term and long-term effects of GSPE on ghrelin secretion in vivo in rats and ex vivo in rat intestinal segments. A murine ghrelinoma cell line was used to study the effects of GSPE and the main pure phenolic compounds of GSPE on ghrelin release. Pure phenolic compounds were eventually studied in rats and rat intestinal segments to confirm the effects. Since monomeric flavanols are agonists of the bitter receptors hTAS2R14 and hTAS2R39, we used ghrelinoma cells to test the hypothesis that bitter-taste signaling is involved in the flavanol-mediated effects on ghrelin release.
Recently published online a review paper regarding the “Effects of Flavanols on the Enteroendocrine System: Repercussions on Food Intake”
This review has been published in the journal "Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition". The ranking of this journal in FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY category is 2/123.
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