Mary Ann Lila spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Anthocyanin, Polyphenol, Botany and Food science. He interconnects Cell culture and Vaccinium in the investigation of issues within Biochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oxidative stress, Mitochondrion, Bioavailability and MPTP.
His research integrates issues of Genistein, Daidzein, Quercetin and Glutathione in his study of Polyphenol. His Botany study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lotaustralin and Horticulture. His Food science study incorporates themes from Antioxidant and Metabolism.
His primary areas of study are Polyphenol, Food science, Biochemistry, Botany and Proanthocyanidin. His Polyphenol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soy protein, Anti-inflammatory, Chromatography, Gallic acid and Ingredient. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phytochemical, Antioxidant and Berry in addition to Food science.
His Biochemistry research incorporates elements of Cell culture and Vaccinium. His Botany research includes elements of Traditional medicine, Isoflavones and Horticulture. His Proanthocyanidin research focuses on Anthocyanin and how it connects with Bioavailability.
His primary areas of investigation include Food science, Polyphenol, Antioxidant, In vitro and Anthocyanin. His research in Food science intersects with topics in Anti-inflammatory, Proanthocyanidin, Genotype and Oxylipin. His studies in Polyphenol integrate themes in fields like High carbon dioxide, High oxygen, Environmental chemistry, Berry and Traditional medicine.
His Antioxidant study combines topics in areas such as Cytoprotective Agent, Pharmacology, Resveratrol and Programmed cell death. The concepts of his In vitro study are interwoven with issues in Wound healing, Psoriasis, Circular dichroism and Cell biology. His Anthocyanin research includes themes of Flavonols and Tipularia discolor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Food science, Polyphenol, Antioxidant, In vitro and Reactive oxygen species. His work on Functional food as part of general Food science research is frequently linked to CD63, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. He has included themes like Fibroblast migration, Anti-inflammatory, Allergic sensitization, Berry and Western blot in his Polyphenol study.
The various areas that Mary Ann Lila examines in his Antioxidant study include Anthocyanin, Resveratrol and Vaccinium. His In vitro study is concerned with Biochemistry in general. His Reactive oxygen species research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Catalase, Pharmacology and Flavonoid.
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Anthocyanins and Human Health: An In Vitro Investigative Approach.
Mary Ann Lila.
BioMed Research International (2004)
Hypoglycemic activity of a novel anthocyanin-rich formulation from lowbush blueberry, Vaccinium angustifolium Aiton.
Mary H. Grace;David M. Ribnicky;Peter Kuhn;Alexander Poulev.
Berries from South America: a comprehensive review on chemistry, health potential, and commercialization.
Maria Elisa Schreckinger;Jennifer Lotton;Mary Ann Lila;Elvira Gonzalez de Mejia.
Journal of Medicinal Food (2010)
In Vitro and in Vivo Anti-Diabetic Effects of Anthocyanins from Maqui Berry (Aristotelia chilensis).
Leonel E. Rojo;David Ribnicky;Sithes Logendra;Alex Poulev.
Food Chemistry (2012)
Antioxidant Capacity of Fruit Extracts of Blackberry (Rubus sp.) Produced in Different Climatic Regions
Josephina Reyes-Carmona;Gad G. Yousef;Ramon A. Martinez-Peniche;Mary Ann Lila.
Journal of Food Science (2005)
Antioxidant capacity and in vitro inhibition of adipogenesis and inflammation by phenolic extracts of Vaccinium floribundum and Aristotelia chilensis.
Maria Elisa Schreckinger;Jinzhi Wang;Gad Yousef;Mary Ann Lila.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2010)
Phytoecdysteroids increase protein synthesis in skeletal muscle cells.
Jonathan Gorelick-Feldman;David MacLean;Nebojsa Ilic;Alexander Poulev.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2008)
Stable, water extractable isothiocyanates from Moringa oleifera leaves attenuate inflammation in vitro
Carrie Waterman;Diana M. Cheng;Patricio Rojas-Silva;Alexander Poulev.
Neuroprotective effects of anthocyanin- and proanthocyanidin-rich extracts in cellular models of Parkinson׳s disease.
Katherine E. Strathearn;Gad G. Yousef;Mary H. Grace;Susan L. Roy.
Brain Research (2014)
Characterization of polyphenolics in the seed coat of Black Jamapa bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).
Xochitl Aparicio-Fernandez;Gad G. Yousef;Guadalupe Loarca-Pina;Elvira De Mejia.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2005)
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