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    Amylose-oleic acid complexes (AOA) were exposed to microwave heat-moisture treatment (M-HMT) with different moisture content (MC), and the variations in structures and digestibility were investigated. M-HMT caused the dissociation of helical structures and destruction of short-range molecular order of AOA. Meanwhile, the molecules of amylose and oleic acid rearranged and more amylose-oleic acid complexes were formed during M-HMT, the complexing index of AOA was increased from 25.41 % to 41.20 % when treating at 35 % MC. Moreover, the relative content of single helix increased with increasing MC, resulting in higher V-type relative crystallinity. With ≥30 % MC, the treated complexes showed greater thermostability than that of original AOA. The treatment increased the enzymatic digestibility of AOA, and sample treated with 35 % MC had the highest resistant starch content of 82.33 %, which was 17.96 % higher than that of native AOA. The improved enzyme resistance should be correlated to increased molecular interplay and formation of amylose-oleic acid complexes. Copyright © 2022 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


    Fubin Wu, Bo Chi, Ruyan Xu, Huiyun Liao, Xiaoqi Xu, Xiaoyan Tan. Changes in structures and digestibility of amylose-oleic acid complexes following microwave heat-moisture treatment. International journal of biological macromolecules. 2022 Aug 01;214:439-445

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