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    • Faecal microbial metabolism of olive oil phenolic compounds: in-vitro and in-vivo approaches 

      Mosele, Juana; Martín Peláez, Sandra María; Macià i Puig, Ma Alba; Farràs, Marta; Valls, Rosa M.; Catalán Santos, Úrsula; Motilva Casado, Mª José (John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
      In the present study, the individual colonic metabolism of the main components of the virgin olive oil phenolic fraction was evaluated by an in vitro model using human faecal microbiota. To assess differences in metabolism ...
    • Influence of phenol-enriched olive oils on human intestinal immune function 

      Martín Peláez, Sandra María; Castañer, Olga; Solà, Rosa; Motilva Casado, Mª José; Castell, Margarida; Pérez Cano, Francisco José; Fitó, Montserrat (MDPI, 2016)
      Olive oil (OO) phenolic compounds (PC) are able to influence gut microbial populations and metabolic output. Our aim was to investigate whether these compounds and changes affect the mucosal immune system. In a randomized, ...
    • Study of the catabolism of thyme phenols combining in-vitro fermentation and human intervention. 

      Mosele, Juana; Martín Peláez, Sandra María; Macià i Puig, Ma Alba; Farràs, Marta; Valls, Rosa M.; Catalán Santos, Úrsula; Motilva Casado, Mª José (American Chemical Society, 2014)
      The gut metabolism of four thyme phenolics (monoterpenes thymol and carvacrol, rosmarinic acid, and eriodictyol) was evaluated in vitro. After the in vitro transformations of the individual phenols had been studied, the ...