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- Publishing History
Quality Biosensors: publishing history
Melo L, Delahunty C, Forde C, Cox DN. Development and validation of a tool to recall alcoholic beverage and wine consumption over consumers' lifetimes. Food Quality and Preference. In press.
Kalua CM, Boss PK. 2010. Comparison of major volatile compounds for Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes (Vitis vinifera L.) from fruit-set to harvest. The Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research. In press.
Melo L, Colin J, Delahunty C, Forde C, Cox DN. Lifetime wine drinking, changing attitudes and associations with current wine consumption: A pilot study indicating how experience may drive current behaviour. Food Quality and Preference. In press.
Berna A. 2010. Metal oxide sensors for electronic noses and their application to food analysis. Sensors 10: 3882-3910.
Dacres H, Wang J, Dumancic MM, Trowell SC. 2010. Experimental determination of the Förster distance for two commonly used bioluminescent resonance energy transfer (BRET) pairs. Analytical Chemistry. 82: 432-435.
Keyzers RA, Boss PK. 2010. Changes in volatile production in fermentations made from musts with increasing grape content. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58: 1153-1164.
Varghese SS, Zhu Y, Davis TJ, Trowell SC. 2010. FRET for lab on a chip devices. Current trends and future prospects. Lab on a Chip. 10: 1355-1364.
Anderson AR, Wanner KW, Trowell SC, Warr CG, Jaquin-Joly E, Zagatti P, Newcomb RD. 2009. Molecular basis of female-specific odorant responses in Bombyx mori. Insect Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. 39: 189-197.
Berna AZ, Anderson AR, Trowell SC. 2009. Bio-benchmarking of electronic noses. PLoSONE. 4(7): e640.
Berna AZ, Trowell S, Clifford D, Cynkar W, Cozzolino D. 2009. Geographical origin of Sauvignon Blanc wines predicted by mass spectrometry and metal oxide-based electronic nose. Analytica Chimica Acta. 648: 146–152.
Cox D. 2009. Predicting Consumption, Wine Involvement and Perceived Quality of Australian Red Wine. Journal of Wine Research. 20: 209 - 229.
Dacres H, Dumancic MM, Horne I, Trowell SC. 2009. Direct comparison of fluorescence and bioluminescence-based resonance energy transfer methods for real time monitoring of thrombin-catalyzed proteolytic cleavage. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 24: 1064-1070.
Dacres H, Dumancic MM, Horne I, Trowell SC. 2009. Direct comparison of bioluminescence-based resonance energy transfer methods for real time monitoring of thrombin-catalysed proteolytic cleavage. Analytical Biochemistry. 385: 194-202.
Jordan MD, Anderson AR, Begum D, Carraher C, Authier A, Marshall SDG, Kiely A, Gatehouse LN, Greenwood DR, Christie DL, Kralicek AV, Trowell SC, Newcomb RD. 2009. Odorant receptors from the lightbrown apple moth (Epiphyas postvittana) recognise important volatile compounds produced by plants. Chemical Senses. 34: 383-394.
Kalua C, Boss PK. 2009. Changes in volatile composition during Cabernet Sauvignon berry development – implications for flavour management in the vineyard. The Australian and New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker. 545a: 27-29.
Kalua CM, Boss PK. 2009. Evolution of volatile compounds during the development of Cabernet sauvignon grapes (Vitis vinifera L). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 57(9): 3818-3830.
Berna AZ, Trowell SC, Cynkar W, Cozzolino D. 2008. Comparison of metal oxide based-electronic nose and mass spectrometry-based electronic nose to predict red wine spoilage. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56(9): 3238-3244.Bramley RGV, Hamilton RP. 2007. Terroir and precision viticulture: are they compatible? Journal international des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin. 41(1): 1-8.
Kalua CM, Boss PK. 2008. Sample preparation optimization in wine and grapes. Dilution and sample/headspace volume equilibrium theory for headspace solid-phase microextraction. Journal of Chromatography A. 1192: 25–35.
Wanner KW, Anderson AR, Trowell SC, Theilmann DA, Robertson HM, Newcomb RD. 2007. Female-biased expression of odorant receptor genes in the adult antennae of the silkworm, Bombyx mori. Insect Molecular Biology. 16(1): 107-119.
Watkins P, Wijesundera C. 2006. Application of zNose™ for the analysis of selected grape aroma compounds. Talanta. 70: 595–601.
Book & book chapters
Dunlevy JD, Kalua CM, Keyzers RA, Boss PK. 2009. The production of flavour and aroma compounds in grape berries. In: Roubelakis-Angelakis KA. (ed). Molecular Biology and Biotechnology of Grapevine, 2nd Edition. Springer, Berlin, Germany. Pp: 293-340.
Berna AZ, Clifford D, Boss P, Trowell S. 2009. Selection of optimal sensor/temperature conditions for winegrape analysis using generalized additive modeling of thermally cycled metal oxide sensors. Proceedings of the 8th IEEE Conference on Sensors. Christchurch, New Zealand. Pp. 1117-1120.
Collaboration Cluster Publications
De Bruyne M, Smart R, Zammit E, Warr CG. 2010. Functional and molecular evolution of olfactory neurons and receptors for aliphatic esters across the Drosophila genus. Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 196: 97-109.
Marshall B, Warr CG, de Bruyne M. 2010. Detection of volatile indicators of illicit substances by the olfactory receptors of Drosophila melanogaster. Chemical Senses. DOI: 10.1093/chemse/bjq050.
Reinhard J, Sinclair M, Srinivasan MV, Claudianos C. 2009. Honeybees learn odour mixtures via a selection of key odorants. PLoS ONE. 5(2): e9110.
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