2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Netherlands Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Biochemistry, Polysaccharide, Food science, Chromatography and Arabinoxylan. His Biochemistry study is mostly concerned with Cell wall and Cellulose. He interconnects Pectin, Soybean meal and Broiler in the investigation of issues within Polysaccharide.
His work carried out in the field of Food science brings together such families of science as Immobilized enzyme, Nutrient and Quantitative determination. His Chromatography research integrates issues from Plant protein, Solubility, Xylanase and Hydrolysate. His Arabinoxylan study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Arabinose, Xylose, Wheat flour, Oligosaccharide and Glycoside hydrolase.
His primary areas of study are Biochemistry, Chromatography, Polysaccharide, Food science and Enzyme. His is doing research in Cell wall, Pectin, Oligosaccharide, Glycoside hydrolase and Hydrolase, both of which are found in Biochemistry. Alphons G. J. Voragen has researched Cell wall in several fields, including Side chain and Cellulose.
In his study, Stereochemistry and Ferulic acid is strongly linked to Organic chemistry, which falls under the umbrella field of Pectin. His Chromatography research includes elements of Ion exchange, Hydrolysis, Hydrolysate and Peptide. His work in Polysaccharide addresses subjects such as Arabinose, which are connected to disciplines such as Arabinoxylan.
Alphons G. J. Voragen mostly deals with Biochemistry, Chromatography, Polysaccharide, Organic chemistry and Food science. His Chromatography research incorporates elements of Ionic strength and Solubility. Alphons G. J. Voragen has included themes like Chemical structure, Pectin, Cell wall and Enterobacter in his Polysaccharide study.
His Pectin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sugar, Hydrolysis, Phenols and Pectinase. His work deals with themes such as Bilberry and Stereochemistry, which intersect with Cell wall. His research in Organic chemistry intersects with topics in Chemical modification and Ferulic acid.
His primary areas of investigation include Biochemistry, Cell wall, Food science, Pectin and Polysaccharide. Alphons G. J. Voragen has researched Biochemistry in several fields, including Chromatography and Feces. His Chromatography study combines topics in areas such as Pectinesterase and Daucus carota.
His studies deal with areas such as Plant cell, Cell biology and Cell–cell interaction as well as Cell wall. His study on Pectin also encompasses disciplines like
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Pectin, a versatile polysaccharide present in plant cell walls
Alphons G. J. Voragen;Gerd-Jan Coenen;René P. Verhoef;Henk A. Schols.
Structural Chemistry (2009)
If homogalacturonan were a side chain of rhamnogalacturonan I. Implications for cell wall architecture
Jean-Paul Vincken;Henk A. Schols;Ronald J.F.J. Oomen;Maureen C. McCann.
Plant Physiology (2003)
An unambiguous nomenclature for xyloglucan‐derived oligosaccharides
Stephen C. Fry;William S. York;Peter Albersheim;Alan Darvill.
Physiologia Plantarum (1993)
Effect of pretreatment severity on xylan solubility and enzymatic breakdown of the remaining cellulose from wheat straw
Mirjam A. Kabel;Gijs Bos;Jan Zeevalking;Alphons G.J. Voragen.
Bioresource Technology (2007)
Sorghum grain as human food in Africa: relevance of content of starch and amylase activities
Mamoudou H. Dicko;Harry Gruppen;Alfred S. Traoré;Alphons G. J. Voragen.
African Journal of Biotechnology (2006)
Technological aspects of functional food-related carbohydrates
Alphons G.J. Voragen.
Trends in Food Science and Technology (1998)
The Food Matrix of Spinach Is a Limiting Factor in Determining the Bioavailability of β-Carotene and to a Lesser Extent of Lutein in Humans
J.J.M. Castenmiller;C.E. West;J.P.H. Linssen;K.H. van het Hof.
Journal of Nutrition (1999)
Fermentation of Plant Cell Wall Derived Polysaccharides and Their Corresponding Oligosaccharides by Intestinal Bacteria
K.M.J. van Laere;R. Hartemink;M. Bosveld;H.A. Schols.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2000)
Enzymic degradation of apple pectins
J.A. De Vries;F.M. Rombouts;A.G.J. Voragen;W. Pilnik.
Carbohydrate Polymers (1982)
Complex Pectins: Structure elucidation using enzymes
H.A. Schols;A.G.J. Voragen.
Progress in Biotechnology (1996)
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