Latest Publications

Latest Publications

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Mitchell, A. E., Burns, S. A., Rudolf, J. L. Nov 2007.  Isozyme- and gender-specific induction of glutathione S-transferases by flavonoids. Archives of Toxicology 81(11); 777-784.

Meyers, K., J. Swiecki, T. J., and A. E. Mitchell. Aug. 2007. An Exploratory Study of the Nutritional Composition of Tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus) Acorns after Potassium Phosphonate Treatment. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(15): 6186-6190.

Koh, E. and A. E. Mitchell. June 2007. Urinary Isoflavone Excretion in Korean Adults: Comparisons of Fermented Soybean Paste and Unfermented Soy Flour. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 87: 2112-2120.

Mitchell, A. E., Hong, Y. J., Koh, E., Barrett, D. M., Diaz, J., Bryant, D. E., Denison, R. F. and S. Kaffka.  June 2007. A ten-year comparison of the influence of organic and conventional crop management practices on the content of flavonoids and carotenoids in tomatoes. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55(15): 6154-6159.

Hong, Y.J., Mitchell A. E. Oct. 2006. Identification of glutathione-related quercetin metabolites in humans. Chem. Res. Toxicol, 19, 1525-1532.

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Chassy, A. W., Bui, L., Renaud, E. N. C., Van Horn, M. and A. E. Mitchell. A three-year  comparison of the content of antioxidant microconstituents and several quality characteristics  in organic and conventionally managed tomatoes and bell peppers. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2006, 54(21):8244-8252.

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Meyers, K., J. Swiecki, T. J., and A. E. Mitchell. Understanding the Native Californian Diet:  Identification of Condensed and Hydrolyzable Tannins in Tanoak Acorns (Lithocarpus densiflorus). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54(20); 7686-7691.

Nunez, V., C. Gomez-Cordoves, B. Bartolome, H. Yun-Jeong and A.E. Mitchell.  April 2006.  Non-galloylated and galloylated proanthocyanidin oligomers in grape seeds from Vitus vinifera L. cv. Graciano, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 86(6):915-921.

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Hong, Y.J., F.A.  Tomas-Barberan, A. Kader, and A.E. Mitchell, March 2006.  The flavonoid glycosides and procyanidin composition of Deglet Noor dates (Phoenix dactylifera). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54(6) 2405-2411.

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Mitchell, A. E., Y.J. Hong, J. C. May, C. A. Wright, and C. W. Bamforth,  March 2005.  A comparison of plyvinylpolypryyolidine (PVPP), silica xerogel and a polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP)- silica co-product for the ability to remove polyphenols from beer.  Journal of the Institute of Brewing 111(1):20-25.

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Donham, R.T., D. Morin,  W.T. Jewel,  S. A. Burns,  A.E. Mitchell, M.W. Lame, H.J. Segall, and R.S. Tjeerdema,  Feb. 2005. Characterization of glutathione S- transferases in juvenile white sturgeon.  Aquatic Toxicology (Amsterdam) 71(3):203-214.

Ebeler, S.E., K.H. Dingley, E. Ubick,  S. Abel, A.E. Mitchell,  S.A.Burns, F.M. Steinberg, and A.J. Clifford,  Jan. 2005.  Animal models and analytical approaches for understanding the relationships between wine and cancer.  Drugs Under Experimental & Clinical Research 31(1):19-27.

Hong, Y.J. and A.E. Mitchell  Nov. 2004.  Metabolic profiling of flavonol metabolites in human urine by liquid chromatography and tandem mass spectrometry.  Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemisty 52(22):6794-6801.

Burns, S.A., Y.J. Hong and A.E. Mitchell.   Oct. 2004.  Direct liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry method for the detection of glutathione S-tranferase isozymes and investigation of their expression in response to dietary flavone.  Journal of Chromatography B, Analytica Technologies in the Biomedical & Life Sciences. 809(2):331-337.

Hong, Y.J., D.M. Barrett and A.E. Mitchell.  April  2004.  Liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry investigation of the impact of thermal processing and storage on peach procyanidins.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 52(8)2366-2371.