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Nut and Dried Fruit Research Database

Access to over 1,900 scientific references, studies, and publications. This section is constantly updated with studies that have been published in prestigious scientific journals.

Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM)-Profiling to Assess Compliance With an Almond Consumption Intervention.  Authors:Dhillon, J., Ferriera, C. R., Sobreira, T. J. P., & Mattes, R. D.  (2017)

A Walnut-Enriched Diet Reduces Lipids in Healthy Caucasian Subjects, Independent of Recommended Macronutrient Replacement and Time Point of Consumption: a Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial.  Authors:Bamberger, C., Rossmeier, A., Lechner, K., Wu, L., Waldmann, E., Stark, R. G., ... & Parhofer, K. G.  (2017)

Changes in Polyphenol Profile of Dried Apricots Containing So2 at Various Concentrations during Storage.  Authors:Altındağ, M., Türkyılmaz, M., & Özkan, M.  (2017)

Drying-induced physico-chemical changes in cranberry products.   Authors:Michalska, A., Wojdyło, A., Honke, J., Ciska, E., & Andlauer, W.  (2018)

A metabolomics-based approach identifies changes in the small molecular weight compound composition of the peanut as a result of dry-roasting.   Authors:Klevorn, C. M., & Dean, L. L.  (2018)

The effects of different dry roast parameters on peanut quality using an industrial belt-type roaster simulator.   Authors:Shi, X., Dean, L. O., Davis, J. P., Sandeep, K. P., & Sanders, T. H.  (2018)

Peanuts that keep aflatoxin at bay: A threshold that matters.   Authors:Sharma, K. K., Pothana, A., Prasad, K., Shah, D., Kaur, J., Bhatnagar, D., ... & Sudini, H. K.  (2017)

Composition and properties of virgin pistachio oils and their by-products from different cultivars.  Authors:Ojeda-Amador, R. M., Fregapane, G., & Salvador, M. D.  (2017)

Is the profile of fatty acids, tocopherols and amino acids suitable to differentiate Pinus armandii suspicious to be responsible for the Pine Nut syndrome (PNS) from other Pinus species?.   Authors:Matthäus, B., Li, P., Ma, F., Zhou, H., Jiang, J., & Özcan, M. M.  (2017)

LC-MS profiling highlights hazelnut (Nocciola di Giffoni PGI) shells as a byproduct rich in antioxidant phenolics.  Authors:Masullo, M., Cerulli, A., Mari, A., de Souza Santos, C. C., Pizza, C., & Piacente, S.  (2017)

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