The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Food science, Biochemistry, Antioxidant, Polyphenol and Chromatography. His Food science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Proanthocyanidin, Quercetin and Flavonoid. His studies link Bioavailability with Biochemistry.
His study in the field of Flavonols also crosses realms of Health benefits. His Polyphenol study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gallic acid and Neurodegeneration. His Chromatography study deals with Catechin intersecting with Phenol.
His primary areas of investigation include Biochemistry, Food science, Chromatography, Bioavailability and Polyphenol. His Biochemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Caffeine. Alan Crozier combines subjects such as Excretion, Phenols, Flavonols and Antioxidant with his study of Food science.
His Chromatography study combines topics in areas such as Gibberellin, Catechin and Orange juice. His work deals with themes such as Ingestion, Urine, Small intestine and Flavan, which intersect with Bioavailability. In his study, Ellagic acid is strongly linked to Anthocyanin, which falls under the umbrella field of Polyphenol.
Alan Crozier mainly investigates Biochemistry, Food science, Bioavailability, Chromatography and Polyphenol. His study in Biochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Berry and In vivo. The Food science study combines topics in areas such as Ingestion, Phenolic acid, Blood pressure and ABTS.
His work carried out in the field of Bioavailability brings together such families of science as Probiotic, Detection limit, Metabolomics and Urine, Glucuronide. His research integrates issues of Flavanone, Phenols, Orange juice and Phenol in his study of Chromatography. His Polyphenol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gallic acid and Anthocyanin.
Alan Crozier mostly deals with Bioavailability, Biochemistry, Food science, Urine and Polyphenol. His Bioavailability research incorporates themes from Mechanism of action, Metabolomics, Cell specific, Digestion and Excretion. Biochemistry is frequently linked to Site of action in his study.
His Food science study incorporates themes from Ingestion, Blood pressure, Caffeine and Probiotic. The study of Urine is intertwined with the study of Chromatography in a number of ways. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gallic acid, Pharmacokinetics, Gut flora and Potential biomarkers.
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Dietary phenolics: chemistry, bioavailability and effects on health.
Alan Crozier;Indu B. Jaganath;Michael N. Clifford.
Natural Product Reports (2009)
Dietary (Poly)phenolics in Human Health: Structures, Bioavailability, and Evidence of Protective Effects Against Chronic Diseases
Daniele Del Rio;Ana Rodriguez-Mateos;Jeremy P E Spencer;Massimiliano Tognolini.
Antioxidants & Redox Signaling (2013)
Plant foods and herbal sources of resveratrol.
Jennifer Burns;Takao Yokota;Hiroshi Ashihara;Michael E J Lean.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2002)
Quantitative Analysis of the Flavonoid Content of Commercial Tomatoes, Onions, Lettuce, and Celery
Alan Crozier;Michael E. J. Lean;and Morag S. McDonald;Christine Black.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (1997)
Plant Secondary Metabolites: Occurrence, Structure And Role In The Human Diet
A Crozier;MN Clifford;H Ashihara.
How should we assess the effects of exposure to dietary polyphenols in vitro
Paul A Kroon;Michael N Clifford;Alan Crozier;Andrea J Day.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2004)
Relationship among Antioxidant Activity, Vasodilation Capacity, and Phenolic Content of Red Wines
Jennifer Burns;Peter T. Gardner;Jennifer O'Neil;Sharon Crawford.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2000)
Plant-derived phenolic antioxidants.
Garry Duthie;Alan Crozier.
Current Opinion in Lipidology (2000)
Plasma antioxidants from chocolate
Serafini M;Bugianesi R;Maiani G;Valtuena S.
HPLC-MSn analysis of phenolic compounds and purine alkaloids in green and black tea.
Daniele Del Rio;Amanda J. Stewart;William Mullen;Jennifer Burns.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2004)
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