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2010
Tavares LR, Fortalezas S, Carrilho C, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Ferreira RB, Santos CN.  2010.  Antioxidant and antiproliferative properties of strawberry tree tissues. Journal of Berry Research. 1:3-12.
Fortalezas S, Tavares LR, Pimpao RC, Tyagi A, Pontes V, Alves PM, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Ferreira RB, Santos CN.  2010.  Antioxidant properties and neuroprotective capacity of strawberry tree fruit (Arbutus unedo). Nutrients. 2:214-229.
Whitson J, McDougall GJ, Ross HA, Lund VA, Hamilton CA, Dominiczak AF, Stewart D.  2010.  Bioactive berry components: Potential modulators of health benefits. Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology. 4:34-38.
Ross HA, McDougall GJ, Vincent JFV, Stewart D, Verrall SR, Taylor MA.  2010.  Discerning intra-tuber differences in textural properties in cooked Solanum tuberosum group Tuberosum and group Phureja tubers. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 90:1527-1532.
McDougall GJ, Dobson P, Jordan-Mahy N.  2010.  Effect of different cooking regimes on rhubarb polyphenols. Food Chemistry. 119:758-764.
Almoosawi S, McDougall GJ, Fyfe L, Al-Dujaili EAS.  2010.  Investigating the inhibitory activity of green coffee and cacao bean extract on pancreatic lipase. Nutrition Bulletin. 35:207-212.
Gill CIR, McDougall GJ, Glidewell SM, Stewart D, Shen Q, Tuohy K, Dobbin A, Boyd A, Brown E, Haldar S et al..  2010.  Profiling of phenols in human faecal water after raspberry supplementation. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58:10389-10395.
Gondoin A, Grussu D, Stewart D, McDougall GJ.  2010.  White and green tea polyphenols inhibit pancreatic lipase in vitro. Food Research International. 43:1537-1544.
2009
McDougall GJ, Kulkarni NN, Stewart D.  2009.  Berry polyphenols inhbit pancreatic lipase actvity in vitro. Food Chemistry. 115:193-199. Abstract
Weaver J, Briscoe T, Hou M, Goodman C, Kata S, Ross HA, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Riches A.  2009.  Strawberry polyphenols are equally cytotoxic to tumourigenic and normal human breast and prostate cell lines. International Journal of Oncology. 34:777-786.
2008
McDougall GJ, Ross HA, Ikeji M, Stewart D.  2008.  Berry extracts exert different antiproliferative effects against cervical and colon cancer cells grown in vitro. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56:3016-3023. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Kulkarni NK, Stewart D.  2008.  Current developments on the inhibitory effects of berry polyphenols on digestive enzymes. Biofactors. 34:73-80. Abstract
2007
McDougall GJ, Fyffe S, Dobson P, Stewart D.  2007.  Anthocyanins from red cabbage - stability to simulated gastrointestinal digestion. Phytochemistry. 68:1285-1294. Abstract
Coates EM, Popa G, Gill CIR, McCann MJ, McDougall GJ, Stewart D, Rowland I.  2007.  Colon-available raspberry polyphenols exhibit anti-cancer effects on in vitro models of colon cancer. Journal of Carcinogenesis. 6:1-13. Abstract
2005
McDougall GJ, Gordon SL, Brennan RM, Stewart D.  2005.  Anthocyanin-flavanol condensation products from blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:7878-7885. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Fyffe S, Dobson P, Stewart D.  2005.  Anthocyanins from red wine - their stability under simulated gastrointestinal digestion. Phytochemistry. 66:2540-2548. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Dobson P, Smith P, Blake A, Stewart D.  2005.  Assessing potential bioavailability of raspberry anthocyanins using an in vitro digestion system. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:5896-5904. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Shpiro F, Dobson P, Smith P, Blake A, Stewart D.  2005.  Different polyphenolic components of soft fruits inhibit . Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:2760-2766. Abstract
McDougall GJ, Stewart D.  2005.  The inhibitory effects of berry polyphenols on digestive enzymes. Biofactors. 23:189-195. Abstract

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