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Physicochemical and Sensory Characteristics of Sausages Made with Grasshopper (Sphenarium purpurascens) Flour

2022 , Salvador O. Cruz-López , Yenizey M. Álvarez-Cisneros , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , Héctor B. Escalona-Buendía , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia

Insects are currently of interest due to their high nutritional value, in particular for the high concentration of quality protein. Moreover, it can also be used as an extender or binder in meat products. The objective was to evaluate grasshopper flour (GF) as a partial or total replacement for potato starch to increase the protein content of sausages and achieve good acceptability by consumers. GF has 48% moisture, 6.7% fat and 45% total protein. Sausages were analyzed by NIR and formulations with GF in all concentrations (10, 7, 5 and 3%) combined with starch (3, 5 and 7%) increased protein content. Results obtained for the sausages formulations with grasshoppers showed an increase in hardness, springiness, gumminess and chewiness through a Texture-Profile-Analysis. Moreover, a* and b* are similar to the control, but L* decreased. The check-all-that-apply test showed the attributes highlighted for sausages with GF possessed herbal flavor, brown color, and granular texture. The liking-product-landscape map showed that the incorporation of 7 and 10% of GF had an overall liking of 3.2 and 3.3, respectively, considered as “do not like much”. GF can be used as a binder in meat products up to 10% substitution. However, it is important to improve the overall liking of the sausage.

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Selecting crackling product based on sensory analysis by different statistical data approaches

2017 , G. Sanchez-Gutierrez , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , G. Rodriguez-Serrano , H. Escalona-Buendia , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Gutiérrez, Sebastián , Mario Graff

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Facial Emotion Recognition: A Comparison of Different Landmark-Based Classifiers

2018 , Álvarez-Pato, Víctor M. , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Gutiérrez, Sebastián , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , Velázquez, Ramiro

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Modeling of Amorphous-Carbon Cells for Molecular Dynamics Simulations

2019 , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , ORTIZ-MEDINA, JOSUE

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Consumer Acceptances Through Facial Expressions of Encapsulated Flavors Based on a Nanotechnology Approach

2018 , Álvarez-Pato, Víctor M. , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Gutiérrez, Sebastián , Bryan Lopez , Rodrigo Quiroz , David E. Mendoza , Hector E. Buendia , Velázquez, Ramiro

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Heidegger and the simile of the cave. The assumptions of its interpretation

2020 , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Orvañanos-Guerrero, María T.

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Texture Analysis of Corn-based Snacks with Fast Fourier Transform

2022 , Jose-David Martinez-Velasco , Annamaria Filomena-Ambrosio , Claudia L. Garzon-Castro , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , Paolo Visconti , Velázquez, Ramiro

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Liking Product Landscape: Going Deeper into Understanding Consumers’ Hedonic Evaluations

2019 , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta , Héctor B. Escalona-Buendía , Mario Graff , Gutiérrez, Sebastián , Gabriela Sánchez

The use of graphical mapping for understanding the comparison of products based on consumers’ perceptions is beneficial and easy to interpret. Internal preference mapping (IPM) and landscape segmentation analysis (LSA) have successfully been used for this propose. However, including all the consumers’ evaluations in one map, with products’ overall liking and attributes’ perceptions, is complicated; because data is in a high dimensional space some information can be lost. To provide as much information as possible, we propose the liking product landscape (LPL) methodology where several maps are used for representing the consumers’ distribution and evaluations. LPL shows the consumers’ distribution, like LSA, and also it superimposes the consumers’ evaluations. However, instead of superimposing the average overall liking in one map, this methodology uses different maps for each consumer’s evaluation. Two experiments were performed where LPL was used for understanding the consumers’ perceptions and compared with classic methodologies, IPM and cluster analysis, in order to validate the results. LPL can be successfully used for identifying consumers’ segments, consumers’ preferences, recognizing perception of product attributes by consumers’ segments and identifying the attributes that need to be optimized.

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A comparative analysis of finite element programs for their implementation in a graphic tool of insulated power cables

2017 , Gutiérrez, Sebastián , Sánchez-Gómez, Claudia , Jeronimo Alvarez , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta

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EFFECT OF CONDITIONED MEDIUM FROM HUMAN BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS ON IMMUNOREGULATION OF LUMINAL AND BASAL SUBTYPE BREAST CANCER CELLS

2022 , Domínguez-Soberanes, Julieta