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Selected Recent Publications:

  1. K.C. Drechsler, G.M. Bornhorst. 2018. Modeling the softening of carbohydrate-based foods during simulated gastric digestion. Journal of Food Engineering. 222: 38-48.
  2. Y.A. Mennah-Govela, G.M. Bornhorst. 2017. Fresh-squeezed orange juice properties before and during in vitro digestion as influenced by orange variety and processing method. Journal of Food Science. 82(10): 2438-2447.
  3. G.M. Bornhorst. 2017. Gastric mixing during digestion: Mechanisms and applications. Annual Review of Food Science and Technology. 8: 523 – 542.
  4. Y.A. Mennah-Govela, G.M. Bornhorst. 2016. Mass transport processes in orange-fleshed sweet potatoes leading to structural changes during in vitro gastric digestion. Journal of Food Engineering. 191: 48-57.
  5. K. Gebauer, J.A. Novotny, G.M. Bornhorst, D.J. Baer. 2016. Food processing and structure impact the metabolizable energy of almonds. Food and Function. DOI: 10.1039/c6fo01076h.
  6. G.M. Bornhorst, K.C. Drechsler, C.A. Montoya, S.M. Rutherfurd, P.J. Moughan, R.P. Singh. 2016. Gastric protein hydrolysis of raw and roasted almonds in the growing pig. Food Chemistry. 211: 502-508.
  7. G.M. Bornhorst, M.J. Ferrua, R.P. Singh. 2015. A proposed food breakdown classification system to predict food behavior during gastric digestion. Journal of Food Science. 80(5): R924-934.
  8. G.M. Bornhorst, S.M. Rutherfurd, M.J. Roman, B.J. Burri, P.J. Moughan, R.P. Singh. 2014. Gastric pH distribution and mixing of soft and rigid foods in the stomach using a dual-marker technique. Food Biophysics. 9(3): 292-300.
  9. G.M. Bornhorst, R.P. Singh. 2014. Gastric digestion in vivo and in vitro: How the structural aspects of food influence the digestion process. Annual Review of Food Science and Technology. 5:111-132.
  10. G.M. Bornhorst, M.J. Ferrua, S.M. Rutherfurd, D.R. Heldman, R.P. Singh. 2013. Rheological properties and textural attributes of cooked brown and white rice during gastric digestion in vivo. Food Biophysics. 8(2): 137-150.

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