Processing of citrus peel for the extraction of flavonoids for biotechnological applications

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Puri, Munish, Verma, Madan Lal and Mahale, Kiran. 2012. "Processing of citrus peel for the extraction of flavonoids for biotechnological applications." Yamane, Kazuya and Kato, Yuudai (ed.) Handbook on flavonoids: dietary sources, properties and health benefits . Hauppauge, New York. Nova Science Publishers. pp. 443-459
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Processing of citrus peel for the extraction of flavonoids for biotechnological applications

Book Chapter CategoryEdited book (chapter)
ERA Publisher ID2797
Book TitleHandbook on flavonoids: dietary sources, properties and health benefits
AuthorsPuri, Munish (Author), Verma, Madan Lal (Author) and Mahale, Kiran (Author)
EditorsYamane, Kazuya and Kato, Yuudai
Page Range443-459
SeriesBiochemistry Research Trends: Nutrition and Diet Research Progress
Chapter Number13
Number of Pages17
Year2012
PublisherNova Science Publishers
Place of PublicationHauppauge, New York
ISBN9781619420496
9781619420526
Web Address (URL)https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=30056
Abstract

Flavonoids are extra nutritional constituents that naturally occur in small quantities in plants. They are a family of polyphenolic compounds that are widespread in nature and are consumed as part of the human diet in significant amounts. The diversity in their structure and bioactivity of flavonoids make these compounds an interesting candidate for biotechnology based research. Extraction of flavonoids from citrus employing the use of various techniques such as chemical and physical methods is attempted in this write up. The biotechnological potential of flavonoids is not currently exploited to its maximum since extraction procedures are in developing phase. The current knowledge on the sources of citrus flavonoids and their potential activities in alleviating human health is also discussed.

Keywordsbioactives; flavonoids; supercritical; ultrasound, microwave; hypertension; antitumor
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020310199. Biochemistry and cell biology not elsewhere classified
320507. Metabolic medicine
310106. Enzymes
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Byline AffiliationsDeakin University
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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