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Table 1.1. Publications (first author)
Last update: 24-Mar-2017

2015 Energy requirements for alternative food processing technologies —principles, assumptions, and evaluation of efficiency  Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety
2011 Cross-protective effects of temperature, pH, and osmotic and starvation stresses in Escherichia coli O157:H7 subjected to pulsed electric fields in milk  International Dairy Journal 
2011 Processing temperature, alcohol and carbonation levels and their impact on pulsed electric fields (PEF) mitigation of selected characteristic microorganisms in beer Food Research International
2011 Factors affecting the inactivation of the natural microbiota of milk processed by pulsed electric fields and cross-flow microfiltration  Journal of Dairy Research
2011 The Influence of Size and Shape of Microorganism on Pulsed Electric Field Inactivation  IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience 
2011 Thesis: Hurdle technologies: microbial inactivation by pulsed electric fields during milk processing. University of Guelph
2010 A Performance Study of a Multi-Level Electrode Treatment Chamber for Food Processing  Industry applications society annual meeting (IAS)
2006 Thesis: Effect of electron beam irradiation and food composition on kinetics of microbial survival. Texas A&M University
2004 Electron Beam Irradiation Treatment of Cantaloupes: Effect on Product Quality  Food Science & Technology International
1999 Thesis: Diagnóstico de los desechos de las cuatro plantas de procesamiento de Zamorano y propuestas para su manejo Escuela Agrícola Panamericana

 
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