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Infogest, International Conference on Food Digestion


Day 1 - Tuesday 4 April 2017 afternoon
12:00-13:30 Registration
13:30-13:45 Opening welcome from Grégoire Thomas, Director of Agrocampus Ouest
13:45-14:00 Presentation of INFOGEST and ICFD
Didier Dupont, chair of INFOGEST, INRA Rennes, France
  Chairs : Didier Dupont and Isidra Recio
14:00-14:45 Keynote lecture 1 : Beyond digestion: nutrient transporters and transceptors in the intestinal epithelium
Hannelore Daniel, Technical University of Munich, Germany
14:45-15:05 New bioactive peptides involved in appetite control
Benoit Cudennec, University of Lille, France
15:05-15:25 Sustained satiety induced by food foams is independent of energy content, in healthy adults
Simeon Stoyanov, Unilever, The Netherlands
15:25-16:25 Coffee Break & Poster session 1
  Chairs : Steven Le Feunteun and Alfonso Clemente
16:25-16:45 In vitro and in vivo evaluation of whey protein hydrogels to improve riboflavin bioavailability
Graham O’Neill, University College of Dublin, Ireland
16:45-17:05 In vitro and in vivo evaluation of bioaccessibility and bioavailability of vitamin D3 encapsulated within, re-assembled casein micelles
Uri Lesmes, Technion, Israel
17:05-17:25 Exploring in vivo gastric digestion of egg white gels: impact of the initial gel structure and texture
Françoise Nau, INRA-Agrocampus Ouest, Rennes, France
17:25-17:45 Controlling lipid delivery by tailored Oil/Water Interfaces
Pascal Bertsch, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
19:00-20:00 Social programme : Visit of the old town
19:00-21:00 Welcome cocktail at the bar "La Place" (city center)
Day 2 -  Wednesday 5 April 2017
  Chairs : Francesco Capozzi and Frédéric Carrière
9:00-9:45 Keynote lecture 2: Benefits to combine in vitro and in vivo modeling with human trials for mechanistic assessment of dietary factors
Christophe Lacroix, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
9:45-10:05 Early prebiotic supplementation induces long-lasting consequences on microbiota composition and metabolic health in adult pigs consuming an unbalanced diet
Cindy Le Bourgot, Téréos, INRA-INSERM Rennes, France
10:05-10:25 Prebiotic effect of predigested mango (Mangifera indica L) peel on gut microbiota assessed in a dynamic in vitro model of the human colon
Sonia Sayago-Ayerdi, Tecnológico Nacional de México, Mexico
10:25-10:45 Neonatal modulation of gut digestion and microbiota by addition of dairy lipids and probiotic L. fermentum CECT 5716 in infant formula programs adult gut microbiota and physiology in a minipig model
Marion Lemaire, INRA-INSERM, Rennes, France
10:45-11:40 Coffee Break & Poster session 1
  Chairs : Choi-Hong Lai and Harry Wickers
11:40-12:00 Digestion of Proteins in Milk: Comparing different in vitro systems with in vivo data
Reto Portmann, Agroscope, Bern, Switzerland
12:00-12:20 Casein and whey protein in vitro digestion in comparison with duodenal and jejunal in vivo digests
Isidra Recio, CSIC, Madrid, Spain
12:20-12:40 Dairy Food Structures Influences the Rates of nutrient Digestion through Different in vitro Gastric Behaviour
Ana-Isabel Mulet-Cabero, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK
12:40-13:00 Dynamic modelling of the release and absorption of fatty acids
Steven Le Feunteun, INRA-AgroParisTech, Grignon, France
13:30-14:30 Lunch
  Chairs : Frederick Warren and Nadja Siegert
14:30-15:15 Keynote lecture 3 : Short Chain Fatty Acids old fuels but new tricks
Gary Frost, Imperial College of London, UK
15:15-15:35 Reduced glycaemic potential of bread with quercetin fortification: An in vitro digestibility study
Lin Jing, National University of Singapore, Singapore
15:35-15:55 Glycaemic response to kiwifruit and co-ingested starchy cereal depends on their temporal separation and order of ingestion
Suman Mishra, The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited, Palmerston North, New Zealand
15:55-17:00 Coffee break & Poster session 2
  Chairs : Uri Lesmes and Myriam Grundy
17:00-17:20 Oatmeal particle size alters glycaemic index but not as a function of gastric emptying rate
Alan Mackie, The University of Leeds, UK
17:20-17:40 A tale of gastric layering and sieving: gastric emptying of a liquid meal with water blended in or consumed separately
Paul Smeets, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
17:40-18:00 Transport of digesta in the human and porcine small intestinal mucus
Adam Macierzanka, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
18:00-18:45 Activities of WG1, WG2 and WG3
Didier Dupont, Andre Brodkorb, Alan Mackie & Uri Lesmes
18:45-19:00 Presentation of ICFD6
19:00-19:30 Transfer by bus to the Chateau d'Apigné
20:00-23:00 Gala Dinner
From 23:00 Transfer by bus to the city center
Day 3 - Thursday 6 April 2017
  Chairs : Alan Mackie and Gerd Elisabeth Vagarud
9:00-9:20 The digestion of galactolipids and its importance for the uptake of alpha-linolenic acid
Frédéric Carrière, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, France
9:20-9:40 4 D (x, y, z, t) imaging of digestive lipases during simulated neonatal gastro-intestinal digestion of milk fat globules or biomimetic emulsions using synchrotron SOLEIL DISCO beamline
Claire Bourlieu, CIRAD/INRA, UMR IATE, Montpellier, France
9:40-10:00 Digestion and the true energy content of food
Edoardo Capuano, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
10:00-10:20 In vitro formation of carboxymethyl-lysine (CML) under physiological digestion conditions
Dolores del Castillo, CSIC Madrid, Spain
10:20-11:30 Coffee Break & Poster session 2
  Chairs : Mans Minekus and André Brodkorb
11:30-11:50 TSI – A low volume small intestine in vitro model with increased throughput
Tomasz Cieplak, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
11:50-12:10 Assessment of true ileal protein digestibility and Digestible Indispensable Amino Acids Score (DIAAS) for adults and infants in tiny-TIM
Susann Bellmann, Triskelion, The Netherlands
12:10-12:30 CoMiniGut– a small volume in vitro colon model with increased throughput
Maria Wiese, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
12:30-12:45 Conclusion and perspectives
13:00-14:30 Lunch

14:30-17:00 - Infogest Workshop dedicated to the launching of 3 new Working Groups:

  • WG4 on digestive lipases and lipid digestion
  • WG5 on digestive amylases and starch digestion
  • WG6 on in silico (mathematical) models of digestion

Participation to these WG meetings will be free of charge, do not forget to confirm your participation when registering to the conference. In the “comments” box, please indicate to which WG meeting you’d like to participate (WG4 or WG5 or WG6).