A technological platform for nutrition analysis to promote healthy food
Sandro Carrara EPFL
Richard Hurrell ETHZ
Jeremy Ramsden UniBasel
Guy Vergères AgroscopeLiebefeld-Posieux
The NutriChip project’s goal was to develop an integrated platform to investigate the potential of immunomodulation properties of dairy products. The NutriChip would provide steady-state culture conditions that mimic the in vivo fluid flow and shear stress in controllable manner, thus bringing the gut in vitro model closer to the physiological micro-environment.
Validation of an in vitro digestive system for studying macronutrient decomposition in humans K. A. Kopf-Bolanz, F. Schwander, M. Gijs, G. Vergères, R. Portmann, C. Egger J Nutr.
Nutrigenomics - linking food to human metabolism G. Vergères Trends in Food Science & Technology, Volume 31, Issue 1, May 2013, Pages 6-12
Image Thresholding Techniques for Localization of Sub?Resolution Fluorescent Biomarkers Julien Ghaye, Madhura Avinash Kamat, Linda Corbino-Giunta, Paolo Silacci, Guy Vergères, Giovanni De Micheli, Sandro Carrara Cytometry Part A 83A, 1001-1016 (2013)
Empowering Low-Cost CMOS Cameras by Image Processing to Reach Comparable Results with Costly CCDs Gözen Köklü, Julien Ghaye, Yusuf Leblebici, Giovanni De Micheli, Sandro Carrara BioNanoScience
Biological workflow of the NutriChip project G. Vergères, F. Schwander, K. Bolanz, L. Corbino-Giunta, D. Gille, B. Bogicevic, C. Buri, R. Portmann, C. Egger, P. Silacci, B. Walther, R. K. Laederach, M. Chollet, A. Schmid, N. Petri, F. Pralong, N. Vionnet, M. Gijs
Peptide Profiling after in vitro digestion. A fingerprint of selected dairy products Katrin Kopf-Bolanz, Flurina Schwander, Martin gijs, Magali Chollet, Reto Portmann, Lotti Egger, Guy Vergères