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Berry Products: Complete List of References

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4. Jean-Marc Brillouet, Jean-Luc Verdeil, Eric Odoux, Marc Lartaud, Michel Grisoni and Geneviève Conéjéro (March 2014). Phenol homeostasis is ensured in vanilla fruit by storage under solid form in a new chloroplast-derived organelle, the phenyloplast. Published in Journal of Experimental Botany.

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41. Yu Jiang, Yunong Zhang, Logan Wark, Edlin Ortiz, Soyoung Lim, Hui He, Weiqun Wang, Denis Medeiros, and Dingbo Lin (November 2011). Wolfberry Water Soluble Phytochemicals Down-Regulate ER Stress Biomarkers and Modulate Multiple Signaling Pathways Leading To Inhibition of Proliferation and Induction of Apoptosis in Jurkat Cells. Published in Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences.

42. Yang Song and Baojun Xu (2013). Diffusion Profiles of Health Beneficial Components from Goji Berry (Lyceum barbarum) Marinated in Alcohol and Their Antioxidant Capacities as Affected by Alcohol Concentration and Steeping Time. Published in Foods.

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44. Chiu K, Zhou Y, Yeung SC, Lok CK, Chan OO, Chang RC, So KF, Chiu JF (May 2010). Up-regulation of crystallins is involved in the neuroprotective effect of wolfberry on survival of retinal ganglion cells in rat ocular hypertension model. Published by Journal of Cellular Biochemistry.

45. USDA Agricultural Research Service, National Nutrient Database (Release 26). Full Report (All Nutrients): 19165, Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened. Published by United States Department of Agriculture.

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49. Diana M. Cheng, Peter Kuhn, Alexander Poulev, Leonel E. Rojo, Mary Ann Lila, and Ilya Raskin (July 2012). In vivo and in vitro antidiabetic effects of aqueous cinnamon extract and cinnamon polyphenol-enhanced food matrix. Published in Food Chemistry.

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51. Priyanga Ranasinghe, Shehani Pigera, GA Sirimal Premakumara, Priyadarshani Galappaththy, Godwin R Constantine, and Prasad Katulanda (October 2013). Medicinal properties of ‘true’ cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum): a systematic review. Published in BioMed Central, Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

52. B. N. Shyamala, M. Madhava Naidu, G. Sulochanamma, and P. Srinivas (July 2007). Studies on the Antioxidant Activities of Natural Vanilla Extract and Its Constituent Compounds through in Vitro Models. Published by Plantation Products, Spices and Flavour Technology Department, Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore 570 020.

53. Takahashi M, Inai Y, Miyazawa N, Kurobayashi Y, Fujita A. (2013). Key odorants in cured Madagascar vanilla beans (Vanilla planiforia) of differing bean quality. Published in Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry.

54. Takahashi M, Inai Y, Miyazawa N, Kurobayashi Y, Fujita A. (2013). Identification of the key odorants in Tahitian cured vanilla beans (Vanilla tahitensis) by GC-MS and an aroma extract dilution analysis. Published in Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry.

55. Carlos L. Céspedes, Maribel Valdez-Morales, José G. Avila, Mohammed El-Hafidi, Julio Alarcón, Octavio Paredes-López (2010). Phytochemical profile and the antioxidant activity of Chilean wild black-berry fruits, Aristotelia chilensis (Mol) Stuntz (Elaeocarpaceae). Published in Food Chemistry.

56. E. Misle, E. Garrido, H. Contardo and W. González, Department of Agrarian Sciences and Forestry, Catholic University of Maule, Los Niches, Curicó, Chile (2011). Maqui [Aristotelia chilensis (Mol.) Stuntz]-the Amazing Chilean Tree: A Review. Published in Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology.

57. Carlos L. Cespedes, Mohammed El-Hafidi, Natalia Pavon, Julio Alarcon (2008). Antioxidant and cardioprotective activities of phenolic extracts from fruits of Chilean blackberry Aristotelia chilensis (Elaeocarpaceae), Maqui. Published in Food Chemistry.

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