Sushil Dhital
Sushil Dhital
Department of Chemical Engineering, Monash University
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Relationship between granule size and in vitro digestibility of maize and potato starches
S Dhital, AK Shrestha, MJ Gidley
Carbohydrate Polymers 82 (2), 480-488, 2010
2542010
Mechanisms of starch digestion by α-amylase—Structural basis for kinetic properties
S Dhital, FJ Warren, PJ Butterworth, PR Ellis, MJ Gidley
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 57 (5), 875-892, 2017
2132017
Synergistic and antagonistic effects of α-amylase and amyloglucosidase on starch digestion
B Zhang, S Dhital, MJ Gidley
Biomacromolecules 14 (6), 1945-1954, 2013
1352013
Milling of rice grains: Effects of starch/flour structures on gelatinization and pasting properties
J Hasjim, E Li, S Dhital
Carbohydrate polymers 92 (1), 682-690, 2013
1292013
Inhibition of α-amylase activity by cellulose: Kinetic analysis and nutritional implications
S Dhital, MJ Gidley, FJ Warren
Carbohydrate polymers 123, 305-312, 2015
1212015
Intactness of cell wall structure controls the in vitro digestion of starch in legumes
S Dhital, RR Bhattarai, J Gorham, MJ Gidley
Food & function 7 (3), 1367-1379, 2016
1162016
Effect of cryo-milling on starches: Functionality and digestibility
S Dhital, AK Shrestha, MJ Gidley
Food Hydrocolloids 24 (2-3), 152-163, 2010
1152010
Effects of grain milling on starch structures and flour/starch properties
E Li, S Dhital, J Hasjim
Starch‐Stärke 66 (1-2), 15-27, 2014
1002014
Physicochemical and structural properties of maize and potato starches as a function of granule size
S Dhital, AK Shrestha, J Hasjim, MJ Gidley
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 59 (18), 10151-10161, 2011
982011
Molecular, mesoscopic and microscopic structure evolution during amylase digestion of maize starch granules
AK Shrestha, J Blazek, BM Flanagan, S Dhital, O Larroque, MK Morell, ...
Carbohydrate Polymers 90 (1), 23-33, 2012
952012
Mechanism for starch granule ghost formation deduced from structural and enzyme digestion properties
B Zhang, S Dhital, BM Flanagan, MJ Gidley
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 62 (3), 760-771, 2014
932014
Densely packed matrices as rate determining features in starch hydrolysis
B Zhang, S Dhital, MJ Gidley
Trends in Food Science & Technology 43 (1), 18-31, 2015
872015
Freeze-drying changes the structure and digestibility of B-polymorphic starches
B Zhang, K Wang, J Hasjim, E Li, BM Flanagan, MJ Gidley, S Dhital
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 62 (7), 1482-1491, 2014
842014
The interplay of α-amylase and amyloglucosidase activities on the digestion of starch in in vitro enzymic systems
FJ Warren, B Zhang, G Waltzer, MJ Gidley, S Dhital
Carbohydrate polymers 117, 192-200, 2015
782015
Rice starch granule amylolysis–Differentiating effects of particle size, morphology, thermal properties and crystalline polymorph
S Dhital, VM Butardo Jr, SA Jobling, MJ Gidley
Carbohydrate polymers 115, 305-316, 2015
712015
Digestion of isolated legume cells in a stomach-duodenum model: Three mechanisms limit starch and protein hydrolysis
RR Bhattarai, S Dhital, P Wu, XD Chen, MJ Gidley
Food & function 8 (7), 2573-2582, 2017
672017
High‐Amylose Starches to Bridge the “Fiber Gap”: Development, Structure, and Nutritional Functionality
H Li, MJ Gidley, Sushil Dhital
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 1-18, 2019
642019
Cryo-milling of starch granules leads to differential effects on molecular size and conformation
S Dhital, AK Shrestha, BM Flanagan, J Hasjim, MJ Gidley
Carbohydrate Polymers 84 (3), 1133-1140, 2011
622011
The adsorption of α-amylase on barley proteins affects the in vitro digestion of starch in barley flour
W Yu, W Zou, S Dhital, P Wu, MJ Gidley, GP Fox, RG Gilbert
Food chemistry 241, 493-501, 2018
612018
Preparation and characterization of gelatinized granular starches from aqueous ethanol treatments
B Zhang, S Dhital, E Haque, MJ Gidley
Carbohydrate polymers 90 (4), 1587-1594, 2012
572012
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