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  1. A Review of Deep Learning for Automatic Sleep Stage Scoring 

    Brogli, Luzius; Karlen, Walter (2019)
    Conference Poster
  2. Kinetics of chain scission and of total oxidative damage in the Fenton-induced degradation of cereal β-glucan 

    Boulos, Samy; Burkhardt, Nadja; Nyström, Laura (2017)
    Mixed-linkage (1→3,1→4)-β-D-glucan (BG) from oat and barley grains is similarly to cellulose a linear homopolysaccharide of β-D-glucopyranose. In contrast to cellulose, cereal BG is water-soluble due to β-(1→3)- linkages that interrupt the β-(1→4)-cellulosic domains every 3 or 4 repeating units, resulting in flexible chains. Regular intake of BG has several well-established health benefits such as attenuation of blood cholesterol and ...
    Conference Poster
  3. Mass spectrometric investigation of neutral soluble dietary fiber interactions with small molecules 

    Boulos, Samy; Zeegers, Guido Paul; Nyström, Laura (2019)
    Regular intake of soluble dietary fibers (DF) is an effective way of reducing the risks of cardiovascular diseases related to high blood cholesterol levels and diabetes type 2. In addition, the bioavailability of nutritionally relevant minerals like iron highly depends on the food matrix. Thereby, fibers and their associated phytochemicals play an important role on mineral absorption. While some interactions of metal cations with negatively ...
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  4. Investigation of the Hydroxyl Radical-Mediated Degradation of Cereal β-Glucan on a Molecular Level 

    Boulos, Samy; Nyström, Laura (2014)
    Cereal beta-glucan (formally mixed linkage (1->3,1->4)-beta-D-glucan) is a soluble fiber predominantly found in the cell walls of the endosperm and aleurone layer of oat and barley grains. Structurally, it is mostly comprised of beta-(1->3)-linked cellotriosyl and cellotetraosyl units. Its EFSA and FDA approved health benefits – such as improvement of blood glucose regulation and reduction of cholesterol levels – make cereal beta-glucan ...
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  5. Complementary sample preparation strategies for analysis of cereal β-glucan oxidation products by UPLC-MS/MS 

    Boulos, Samy; Nyström, Laura (2017)
    The oxidation of (1→3,1→4)-β-D-glucan (BG) from oat and barley can influence the health promoting and technological properties of this linear, soluble homopolysaccharide by chain scission or introduction of new functional groups. Apart from deliberate modifications, oxidation of BG also occurs during processing and storage of foodstuff, which is mediated by hydroxyl radicals (HO•) formed by the Fenton reaction.[1] We recently developed a ...
    Conference Poster
  6. Tropospheric delay models estimated by GNSS, InSAR and their combination 

    Shehaj, Endrit; Wilgan, Karina; Geiger, Alain (2019)
    Conference Poster
  7. Rotational motion and spatial wavefield gradient data in seismic exploraiton - a review 

    Schmelzbach, Cédric; Sollberger, David; Van Renterghem, Cédéric; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  8. Oxygen variability and extremes in the eastern tropical Pacific (ETP) between 1979 and 2016 

    Köhn, Eike; Münnich, Matthias; Vogt, Meike; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  9. Long-lived radionuclides (129I and 236U) as water mass tracers in the North Atlantic and Fram Strait 

    Wefing, Anne-Marie; Castrillejo, Maxi; Casacuberta, Nuria; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  10. Oxygen extreme events in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific (ETSP) 

    Köhn, Eike; Münnich, Matthias; Vogt, Meike; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  11. Oxygen extreme events in the Eastern Tropical Pacific (ETP) 

    Köhn, Eike; Münnich, Matthias; Vogt, Meike; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  12. Collection and Detection Mechanisms for Photons Emerging from Tunnel Junctions 

    Zengin, B.; Cabrera, H.; Yildiz, D.; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  13. Intricacies in Twisted bilayer graphene: Structural or Electronic? 

    Tömecke, S.; Arslan, B.G.; Gürlü, O.; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  14. Contrast Mechanism in Scanning Field Emission Microscopy 

    Bertolini, G.; Pröbsting, Robin; Cabrera, Hugo; et al. (2019)
    Conference Poster
  15. Tubing-free Microfluidic Platform for Co-culture of 2D Adherent Cells and 3D Microtissue Spheroids 

    Gökce, Furkan; Hierlemann, Andreas; Modena, Mario Matteo (2019)
    Conference Poster
  16. Structure Matters – A Social Network Analysis on Information Exchange concerning the SDG 6 

    Pärli, Rea; Fischer, Manuel; Lieberherr, Eva (2019)
    Conference Poster
  17. Implementing the Agenda 2030 – What is the Role of Forums? 

    Pärli, Rea (2019)
    Conference Poster

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