Poster Award of the IDF World Dairy Summit 2018 in Daejeon
Is your current research of interest for the dairy sector? If the answer is yes, then take the challenge and dare to share your project as a poster at the
prestigious IDF World Dairy Summit in Daejeon, Korea (15-19 October 2018). The organizers cordially invite you to submit your poster and join us there. All posters submitted will compete for the IDF WDS 2018 Poster Award. The winning author will be rewarded with a prize of 1,000,000 KRW, while the second and third best poster presentations will receive 500,000 KRW and 200,000 KRW respectively. Besides the opportunity of winning these attractive awards, researchers attending the IDF World Dairy Summit 2018 in Daejeon will be able to network with dairy professionals from all over the world, from farming to processing industry, as well as specialists on trade and consumer topics.
We look forward to meeting you in Daejeon!
To view an abstract of the posters, please click on the below download button.
|Poster No.||Topic||Presenter||Abstract Title||Download|
|P-054||Nutrition & Health||Kei Eguchi||Prevention of respiratory syncytial virus infection with probiotic lactic acid bacterium Lactobacillus gasseri SBT2055|
|P-102||Nutrition & Health||Rufino Lopez-Ordaz||ß-hydroxybutyrate, calcium and non-esterified fatty acids in blood and their relationships with milk yield losses|
|P-104||Nutrition & Health||Asuka Tada||The effect of casein-derived peptide Met-Lys-Pro on blood pressure in subjects with mildly elevated blood pressure: a randomized controlled trial|
|P-105||Nutrition & Health||mayu yoshikawa||Estimation of milk protein requirements for young Japanese men using the indicator amino acid oxidation method|
|P-106||Nutrition & Health||Linda Le Roux||Protein sources: impact on the nutritional properties of infant formulas|
|P-107||Nutrition & Health||Keegan Wayne Burrow||Insights on the effects of sheep and cow milk on bone development in vitro and in vivo|
|P-108||Nutrition & Health||Muneya Tsuda||Protein-bound Amadori products in milk proteins are released but poorly absorbed after gastrointestinal digestion in rats|
|P-109||Nutrition & Health||Etienne Guillocheau||Trans-palmitoleic acid, a dairy fat biomarker, and metabolic syndrome components: a study on C57BL/6N mice|
|P-110||Nutrition & Health||Ankita Hooda||Characterization of buffalo micellar casein concentrate|
|P-111||Nutrition & Health||Inga Ciprovica||The study of bioavailability of fortified milk with vitamin D3|
|P-112||Nutrition & Health||Hae-Jeung Lee||Milk consumption patterns and perception in Korean adolescents, adults, and the elderly|
|P-113||Nutrition & Health||Hae-Jeung Lee||Effects of milk consumption on body weight, body mass index, and HDL-cholesterol in Korean adults|
|P-114||Nutrition & Health||Seung Yong Park||Effects of Avocado Butter Made from Mountain Pasture Milk for Skin Recovery of Lactating Women|
|P-115||Nutrition & Health||Hae-Jeung Lee||Ameliorated effects of bovine milk against extremely hot and salty diet-induced gastric damage in rats|