List of papers. The papers are removed from the thesis due to publisher restrictions.
Paper I Linda Holtung, Stine Grimmer, and Kjersti Aaby Effect of processing of black currant press-residue on polyphenol composition and cell proliferation. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2011, 59, 3632-40.8 doi:10.1021/jf104427r
Paper II Kjersti Aaby, Stine Grimmer, and Linda Holtung Extraction of phenolic compounds from bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) press residue: Effects on phenolic composition and cell proliferation. LWT- Food Science and Technology 2013, 54, 257-264.1 doi:10.1016/j.lwt.2013.05.031
Paper III Linda Holtung, Kjersti Aaby, Ane Meisland, and Stine Grimmer Potential health effects of fruit juice enriched with polyphenols from black currant pressresidue analyzed using in vitro model systems.
Paper IV Torunn Elisabeth Tjelle, Linda Holtung, Siv Kjølsrud Bøhn, Kjersti Aaby, Magne Thoresen, Siv Åshild Wiik, Ingvild Paur, Anette Karlsen, Kjetil Retterstøl, Per Ole Iversen, and Rune Blomhoff Polyphenol-rich juices reduce blood pressure measures in a randomized trial in high normal and hypertensive volunteers.
Paper V Linda Holtung, Siv Åshild Wiik, Naouale El-Yamani, Rune Blomhoff, and Andrew Richard Collins Consumption of polyphenol-rich juice causes a decrease in oxidative damage in DNA in healthy participants with elevated blood pressure.