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Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences
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Du Bin

Du Bin
Du Bin
Hebei Normal University of Science and Technology


Bin Du did MS in Food Science (2006), Shenyang Agricultural University, China, PhD in Chinese Medicine (2016) Hongkong Baptist University, Hongkong followed by Post-doc in Food Science, Bi-State School of Food Science, Washington State University & University of Idaho, USA.

Research Interest

His research interests primarily focus on on isolation and purification of phytochemicals (such as polysaccharide, phenolics, and flavones) in fruits, vegetables and mushroom. He also shows interests in the structure, physicochemical and biological properties (such as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities) of these phytochemicals.

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