2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Argentina Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Ecology, Microcystin, Antioxidant and Gill. Daniel Alberto Wunderlin specializes in Environmental chemistry, namely Bioconcentration. His work on Water quality and Fecal coliform as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Cyanobacteria and Environmental stress, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Antioxidant research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Melatonin, Berry, Botany and Food science. His research integrates issues of Zoology, Jenynsia multidentata, Biomonitoring and Bioaccumulation in his study of Gill. He combines subjects such as Glutathione peroxidase, Glutathione, Catalase and Aquatic animal with his study of Lipid peroxidation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Antioxidant, Food science, Bioaccumulation and Polyphenol. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecology, Soil water and Pesticide in addition to Environmental chemistry. His Antioxidant study is related to the wider topic of Biochemistry.
His work in Food science addresses issues such as DPPH, which are connected to fields such as Gallic acid. His Bioaccumulation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Jenynsia multidentata, Phytoremediation, Botany and Gill. His Polyphenol research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Antioxidant capacity and Gastrointestinal digestion.
Daniel Alberto Wunderlin mostly deals with Food science, Polyphenol, Antioxidant, Environmental chemistry and Bioaccumulation. The Food processing research Daniel Alberto Wunderlin does as part of his general Food science study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Plant Components, Health benefits and Food supply, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His study in Polyphenol is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Antioxidant capacity, Digestion, Gastrointestinal digestion and Antimicrobial.
His Antioxidant research includes elements of Oxidative stress, Wine, Proteome and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Trophic level, Contamination and Soil water. His study explores the link between Bioaccumulation and topics such as Bioindicator that cross with problems in Fishery and Pollution.
Daniel Alberto Wunderlin focuses on Polyphenol, Food science, Antioxidant capacity, Antioxidant and Food processing. His research brings together the fields of Absorption and Polyphenol. His Antioxidant capacity research incorporates elements of Stomach, Wine and Digestion, Intestinal digestion.
His work on DPPH as part of general Antioxidant study is frequently connected to Tryptophan, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His research in DPPH intersects with topics in Fortification and Pulp. The concepts of his Food processing study are interwoven with issues in Metabolic Marker, Artificial intelligence, Food components, Machine learning and Marker selection.
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Use of water quality indices to verify the impact of Córdoba City (Argentina) on Suquía River.
Silvia F. Pesce;Daniel A. Wunderlin.
Water Research (2000)
Differential detoxification and antioxidant response in diverse organs of Corydoras paleatus experimentally exposed to microcystin-RR
Jimena Cazenave;María de los Angeles Bistoni;Silvia Fabiana Pesce;Daniel Alberto Wunderlin.
Aquatic Toxicology (2006)
Oxidative stress responses in different organs of Jenynsia multidentata exposed to endosulfan.
M.L. Ballesteros;D.A. Wunderlin;M.A. Bistoni.
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (2009)
Uptake, tissue distribution and accumulation of microcystin-RR in Corydoras paleatus, Jenynsia multidentata and Odontesthes bonariensis. A field and laboratory study.
Jimena Cazenave;Daniel Alberto Wunderlin;María de los Ángeles Bistoni;María Valeria Amé.
Aquatic Toxicology (2005)
The effects of a cyanobacterial crude extract on different aquatic organisms: evidence for cyanobacterial toxin modulating factors.
Constanze Pietsch;Claudia Wiegand;M. Valeria Amé;Andreas Nicklisch.
Environmental Toxicology (2001)
Determination of priority pesticides in water samples combining SPE and SPME coupled to GC–MS. A case study: Suquía River basin (Argentina)
Rocío Inés Bonansea;María Valeria Amé;Daniel Alberto Wunderlin.
Fingerprints for main varieties of argentinean wines: terroir differentiation by inorganic, organic, and stable isotopic analyses coupled to chemometrics.
Romina D. Di Paola-Naranjo;María V. Baroni;Natalia S. Podio;Héctor R. Rubinstein.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2011)
Composition of honey from Córdoba (Argentina): Assessment of North/South provenance by chemometrics
María Verónica Baroni;Carina Arrua;María Laura Nores;Pablo Fayé.
Food Chemistry (2009)
Occurrence of toxic cyanobacterial blooms in San Roque Reservoir (Córdoba, Argentina): A field and chemometric study
María Valeria Amé;María del Pilar Díaz;Daniel Alberto Wunderlin.
Environmental Toxicology (2003)
Occurrence of glyphosate and AMPA in an agricultural watershed from the southeastern region of Argentina
Leonardo Lupi;Karina Silvia Beatriz Miglioranza;Virginia Carolina Aparicio;Damian Jose Gabriel Marino.
Science of The Total Environment (2015)
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