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Article

Netzel, G., Tan, E. T. T., Yin, M., Giles, C., Yong, K. W. L., Al Jassim, R. and Fletcher, M. T. (2019) Bioaccumulation and Distribution of Indospicine and Its Foregut Metabolites in Camels Fed Indigofera spicata. Toxins (Basel), 11 (3). ISSN 2072-6651

Bobrich, A., Fanning, K. J., Rychlik, M., Netzel, G., Diczbalis, Y. and Netzel, M. E. (2018) Bioactive phytochemicals and their bioaccessibility in four unexploited tropical fruits grown in Queensland, Australia. Acta Horticulturae, 1205 . pp. 259-266. ISSN 2406-6168

Sultan, S., Giles, C., Netzel, G., Osborne, S. A., Netzel, M. E. and Fletcher, M. T. (2018) Release of Indospicine from Contaminated Camel Meat following Cooking and Simulated Gastrointestinal Digestion: Implications for Human Consumption. Toxins (Basel), 10 (9). ISSN 2072-6651

Netzel, M., Bobrich, A., Topp, B., Russel, D., Netzel, G., Flanagan, B., Gidley, M. J. and Fanning, K. J. (2014) Biofortified produce – Queen garnet, a new high anthocyan plum. Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 1 . p. 20.

Padayachee, A., Netzel, G., Netzel, M., Day, L., Zabaras, D., Mikkelsen, D. and Gidley, M. (2012) Binding of polyphenols to plant cell wall analogues - Part 1: Anthocyanins. Food Chemistry, 134 (1). pp. 155-161.

Book Section

Fanning, K., Edwards, D., Netzel, M., Stanley, R., Netzel, G., Russell, D. and Topp, B. (2013) Increasing anthocyanin content in Queen Garnet plum and correlations with in-field measures. In: Acta Horticulturae. International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium. ISBN 0567-7572978-90-66053-39-7

Conference or Workshop Item

Sarwar, S., Mereddy, R., Netzel, M., Netzel, G. and Sultanbawa, Y. (2019) Effect of curcumin-based photodynamic treatment on nutritional properties of strawberry fruit. In: 4th Queensland Annual Chemistry Symposium QACS 2019, 29th November 2019, University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Sultan, S., Giles, C., Netzel, G., Osborne, S., Netzel, M. and Fletcher, M. T. (2016) Effect of thermal processing on indospicine residues in meat and its digestive fate in the human gastrointestinal tract in vitro. In: International Conference on Global Trends in Safe & Healthy Food, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

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