With our extensive expertise in flavour and texture research, you will have access to our latest flavour and texture labs alongside our sensory and consumer psychology labs. This will enable you to create delicious healthy products that fit your consumers expectations.
Molecular nutrition research is supported by access to state-of-the-art technology at Northumbria University. The laboratories provide facilities to conduct studies in; Cell Biology and Genetics, Microbiology and Molecular Biology. NU-OMICS provides DNA sequencing infrastructure, using automated sample preparation and sequencing power of Illumina sequencing by synthesis and PacBio single molecular real time sequencing. Further Omic provision sees Nutran and molecular nutrition studies having access to proteomic and metabolomics profiling services with state of the art ThermoFisher Q-Exactive Quadrupole-orbitrap Mass Spectrometers, alongside other mass, liquid and gas chromatography platforms.
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- Dack, R.E., Black, G.W. and Koutsidis, G., 2017. The effect of Maillard reaction products and yeast strain on the synthesis of key higher alcohols and esters in beer fermentations. Food chemistry, 232, pp.595-601.
- Peinado, I., Miles, W. and Koutsidis, G., 2016. Odour characteristics of seafood flavour formulations produced with fish by-products incorporating EPA, DHA and fish oil. Food chemistry, 212, pp.612-619.
- Peinado, I., Girón, J., Koutsidis, G. and Ames, J.M., 2014. Chemical composition, antioxidant activity and sensory evaluation of five different species of brown edible seaweeds. Food research international, 66, pp.36-44.
- Periche, A., Koutsidis, G. and Escriche, I., 2014. Composition of antioxidants and amino acids in Stevia leaf infusions. Plant foods for human nutrition, 69(1), pp.1-7.