Acquisition of theoretical and practical experience by taking an internship in the leading research institution the Spanish National Research Council, Murcia, Spain
The full profile of cereal and fruit agro-industrial by-products and their derived hydrolysates obtained through the enzymatic hydrolysis with starch and non-starch polysaccharides-degrading enzymes has been elucidated within an internship of V. Radenkovs at the leading research institution the Spanish National Research Council (CEBAS-CSIC), Murcia, Spain under the ERDF funding project No.22.214.171.124/VIAA/1/16/201 “The development of new synbiotic food products using enzymatic hydrolysis of plant by-product”.
Under the supervision of experienced leading researcher Diego Ángel Moreno-Fernández part of the results has been summarized in the journal Food Bioscience – Wild apple (Malus spp.) by-products as a source of phenolic compounds and vitamin C for food applications and in Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety – Naturally occurring melatonin: Sources and possible ways of its biosynthesis.
Ready-to-eat synbiotic product containing live probiotic bacteria and dietary fibers