Mohammed IDDIR, MS - PhD Student

Activities

Mohammed Iddir has a MSc degree in Biosciences and Health Engineering from the University of Lorraine, France. In his PhD project, he is currently working on the interaction between carotenoids and proteins during digestion, with the aim to discover a potential influence of various types and concentrations of proteins on carotenoid digestion and their relevance regarding aspects of bioavailability. This includes matrix release, bio-accessibility and cellular uptake, as well as colonic recovery and fermentation of carotenoids.

Keywords

• Carotenoids 

• Proteins

• Bioavailability

• In vitro digestion

• Cell-culture experiments

• Spectrophotometry

• Chromatography

• Confocal microscopy

• Extraction of phytochemicals (from plant matrices and plasma)

• Colonic fermentation

• Nutritional intervention trials

Publications

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Latest LIH publications

• Phytochemicals as Modifiers of Gut Microbial Communities
October 21, 2020
2020 Oct. Food Funct.11(10):8444-8471.
By: Dingeo G,  Brito A,  Samouda H,  Iddir M,  La Frano MR,  Bohn T.

Influence of soy and whey protein, gelatin and sodium caseinate on carotenoid bioaccessibility
June 24, 2020
2020 Jun. Food Funct.11(6):5446-5459.
By: Iddir M,  Dingeo G,  Porras Yaruro JF,  Hammaz F,  Borel P,  Schleeh T,  Desmarchelier C,  Larondelle Y,  Bohn T.

Strengthening the Immune System and Reducing Inflammation and Oxidative Stress through Diet and Nutrition: Considerations during the COVID-19 Crisis
May 27, 2020
2020 May. Nutrients.12(6):1562.
By: Iddir M,  Brito A,  Dingeo G,  Fernandez Del Campo SS,  Samouda H,  La Frano MR  Bohn T.

Obesity considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak
F Dohet, S Loap, A Menzel, M Iddir, F Dadoun, T Bohn, H Samouda
International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research

• Sea Buckthorn Oil as a Valuable Source of Bioaccessible Xanthophylls
December 27, 2019
2019 Dec. Nutrients.12(1):76.
By: Tudor C,  Bohn T,  Iddir M,  Dulf FV,  Focsan M,  Rugina DO,  Pintea A.

• Whey protein isolate modulates beta-carotene bioaccessibility depending on gastro-intestinal digestion conditions.
September 01, 2019
2019 Sep. Food Chem.291:157-166. Epub 2019 Apr 1.
By: Iddir M  Degerli C  Dingeo G  Desmarchelier C  Schleeh T  Borel P  Larondelle Y  Bohn T.

 

Mohammed Iddir, NutriHealth group Population Health Preventive medicine caroprot

"The main objective of the CAROPROT study on human subjects
will be to evaluate the influence of the simultaneous
consumption of two different selected protein sources
on the bioavailability of food carotenoids",
explains Mohammed IDDIR, PhD student, NutriHealth group.

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Phone : +352 26 970 857
mohammed.iddir@lih.lu

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