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Have a look at my Science Papers.

They are all published in international peer-reviewed journals. They can be quite boring, but some can be very useful to the seafood industry.

  1. Anacleto P., Barrento S., Nunes M.L., Rosa R., Marques A., 2014, Portuguese consumers’ attitudes and perceptions of bivalve molluscs. Food Control 41(0), 168-177.
  2. Anacleto P., Maulvault A.L., Barrento S., Mendes R., Nunes M.L., Rosa R., Marques A., 2013, Physiological responses to depuration and transport of native and exotic clams at different temperatures. Aquaculture(408-409), 136-146.
  3. Barrento S., Lupatsch I., Keay A., Christophersen G., 2013, Metabolic rate of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) under varying post-harvest holding conditions. Aquatic Living Resources 26(03), 241-247.
  4. Barrento S., Marques A., Teixeira B., Mendes R., Bandarra N., Vaz-Pires P., Nunes M.L., 2010, Chemical composition, cholesterol, fatty acid and amino acid in two populations of brown crab Cancer pagurus: Ecological and human health implications. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 23(7), 716-725.
  5. Barrento S., Marques A., Vaz-Pires P., Leonor Nunes M., 2011, Cancer pagurus (Linnaeus, 1758) physiological responses to simulated live transport: Influence of temperature, air exposure and AQUI-S®. Journal of Thermal Biology 36(2), 128-137.
  6. Barrento S., Marques A., Vaz-Pires P., Nunes M.L., 2010, Live shipment of immersed crabs Cancer pagurus from England to Portugal and recovery in stocking tanks: stress parameter characterization. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 67(3), 435-443.
  7. Barrento S., Marques A., Vaz-Pires P., Nunes M.L., 2012, Physiological changes during simulated live transport of Cancer pagurus and recovery in holding tanks. Aquaculture Research 43(10), 1415-1426.
  8. Marques A., Teixeira B., Barrento S., Anacleto P., Carvalho M.L., Nunes M.L., 2010, Chemical composition of Atlantic spider crab Maja brachydactyla: Human health implications. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 23(3), 230-237.
  9. The trade of live crustaceans in Portugal: space for technological improvements. 2008. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 65: 551-559.
  10. Live shipment of immersed crabs Cancer pagurus from England to Portugal and recovery in stocking tanks: stress parameter characterization. ICES Journal of Marine Science Advance Access published December 10, 2009
  11. Nutritional Quality of the Edible Tissues of European Lobster Homarus gammarus and American Lobster Homarus americanus. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2009, 57, 3645–3652Biochemical composition of homarids
  12. Essential elements and contaminants in edible tissues of European and American lobsters. Food Chemistry 111 (2008) 862–867
  13. Accumulation of elements (S, As, Br, Sr, Cd, Hg, Pb) in two populations of Cancer pagurus: Ecological implications to human consumption. Food and Chemical Toxicology 47 (2009) 150–156.
  14. Macro and trace elements in two populations of brown crab Cancer pagurus: Ecological and human health implications. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 22 (2009) 65–71
  15. Effect of Season on the Chemical Composition and Nutritional Quality of the Edible Crab Cancer pagurus. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2009, 57, 10814–10824
  16. Influence of Season and Sex on the Contents of Minerals and Trace Elements in Brown Crab (Cancer pagurus, Linnaeus, 1758). J. Agric. Food Chem. 2009, 57, 3253–3260.
  17. Recombinant single-chain variable fragment and single domain antibody piezoimmunosensors for detection of HIV1 virion infectivity factor. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 23 (2007) 384–392

Author’s note: to preserve the integrity of the official record of publication, the final published version of an article as it appears (in PDF or HTML) in an Elsevier journal is available only on an Elsevier site. Therefore the papers shown are pre-print versions that can also be found in my PhD thesis. For an updated list please check ResearcherID

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