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Peer-reviewed Original Contributions 2013

Please note: Publications of Veronika Somoza are numbered consecutively (numbers in brackets, starting from the year 1993)

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(103) Walker J, Schueller K, Schaefer LM, Pignitter M, Esefelder L, Somoza V. (2013) Resveratrol and its metabolites inhibit pro-inflammatory effects of lipopolysaccharides in U-937 macrophages in plasma representative concentrations. Food FuncFunct 18: 74-84.


(102) Sack M, Kretschy N, Rohm B, Somoza V, Somoza MM. (2013) Simultaneous light-directed synthesis of mirror-image microarrays in a photochemical reaction cell with flare suppression. Anal Chem 85:8513-7.


(101) Frank S, Linder K, Fritsche L, Kullmann S, Hege MA, Krzeminski A, Fritsche A, Schieberle P, Somoza V, Hinrichs J, Veit R, Preissl H. (2013) Olive oil aroma extract modulates cerebral blood flow in gustatory brain areas in humans. Am J Clin Nutr 98:1360-6.


(100) Rohm B, Holik AK, Somoza MM, Pignitter M, Zaunschirm M, Ley JP, Krammer GE, Somoza V. (2013) Nonivamide, a capsaicin analog, increases dopamine and serotonin release in SH-SY5Y cells via a TRPV1-independent pathway. Mol Nutr Food Res 57:2008-18.


(99) Klenovics KS, Boor P, Somoza V, Celec P, Fogliano V, Šebeková, K. (2013) Advanced glycation end products in infant formulas do not contribute to insulin resistance associated with their consumption. PLoS One 8:e53056. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0053056. Epub 2013 Jan 2.


(98) Holik AK, Rohm B, Somoza MM, Somoza V. (2013) Nε-carboxymethyllysine (CML), a maillard reaction product, stimulates serotonin release and activates the receptor for advanced glycation end products (RAGE) in SH-SY5Y cells. Food Funct 4:1111-20.


(97) Pötzsch S, Blankenhorn A, Navarrete Santos A, Silber R.-E, Somoza V, Simm A. (2013) The effect of an AGE-rich dietary extract on the activation of NF-ĸB depends on the cell model used. Food Funct 4:1023-31.


(96) Walker JM, Maitra A, Walker J, Ehrnhoefer-Ressler MM, Inui T, Somoza V. (2013) Identification of Magnolia officinalis L. bark extract as the most potent anti-inflammatory of four plant extracts. Am J Chin Med 41:531-44.


(95) Ehrnhöfer-Ressler MM, Fricke K, Pignitter M, Walker JM, Walker J, Rychlik M, Somoza V. (2013) Identification of 1,8-cineole, borneol, camphor, and thujone as anti-inflammatory compounds in a Salvia officinalis L. infusion using human gingival fibroblasts. J Agric Food Chem 61:3451-9.


(94) Winhusen T, Walker J, Brigham G, Lewis D, Somoza E, Theobald J, Somoza V. (2013) Preliminary evaluation of a model of stimulant use, oxidative damage and executive dysfunction. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 39:227-34.

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