Q on palatinose/isomaltulose

Ralf ralf.hartemink at micro.fdsci.wau.nl
Tue Nov 24 08:05:42 EST 1998


You can try the following publications :

Dahlqvist, A.; Auricchio, S.; Semensa, G. and Prader, A. : Human
intestinal disaccharidases and hereditary disaccharide intolerance.
The hydrolysis of sucrose, isomaltose, palatinose (isomaltulose), and
a 1,6-_-oligosaccharide (isomalto-oligosaccharide) preparation. J.
Clin. Invest. 42(1963)556-562.

Fritz, M. ; Siebert, G. and Kaspar, H. :  Dose dependence of breath
hydrogen and methane in healthy volunteers after ingestion of a
commercial disaccharide mixture, PalatinitR. Br. J. Nut. 54(1985)
389-400

Kaga, T. and Mizutani, T. : Verwendung von Palatinose fur
Nahrungsmittel. Proc. Res. Soc. Jap. Sugar Refineries Technologists
34(1985)45-57. Translated from Japanese into German by the University
of Hannover, Germany. 

Kashimura, J.; Nakajima, Y.; Benno, Y.; Endo, K. and Mitsuoka, T. :
Effects of palatinose and its condensate intake on human fecal
microflora. Bif. Micr. 8(1989)45-50 

Kawai, K.; Okuda, Y.; Chiba, Y. and Yamashita, K. : Palatinose as a
potential parenteral nutrient: its metabolic effects and fate after
oral and intravenous administartion to dogs. J. Nut. Sci. Vitam.
32(1986)297-306

Mizutani, T. : Manufacture and application of palatinose
oligosaccharides. Fd Chemicals = Gekkan Fudo Kamikaru 5(1989b)67-72 

Mizutani, T. : Palatinose as a functional food ingredient. New Food
Industry 31(1989)9-15

Ooshima, T.; Izumitani, A.; Sobue, S.; Okahashi, N. and Hamada, S. :
Non-cariogenicity of the disaccharide palatinose in experimental
dental caries of rats. Inf. Imm. 39(1983)43-49 

I hope this helps.

Ralf Hartemink

Wageningen Agricultural University
Department of Food Technology and Nutritional Sciences
Division of Food Science, Food Microbiology Group
Bomenweg 2 / P.O. Box 8129
6700 EV Wageningen
The Netherlands 
Telephone +31 (0)317 482241, fax   +31 (0)317 484893
E-mail    Ralf.Hartemink at micro.FdSci.wau.nl


On Mon, 23 Nov 1998 15:55:36 -0800, Frederik Boernke
<boernke at nospam.ipk-gatersleben.de> wrote:

>Dear netters,
>
>can anybody provide some information about which organism and by what
>pathway can produce palatinose/isomaltulose either from sucrose or any
>other precursor. A literature search didn't yield any hits.
>Any hints will be appreciated.
>
>Thanks
>Ricky
>
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