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    1. Bianchi, G; Giansante, L; Shaw, A; Kell, DB
      Chemometric criteria for the characterisation of Italian protected denomination of origin (DOP) olive oils from their metabolic profiles

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF LIPID SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    2. Mendes, P; Kell, DB
      MEG (Model Extender for Gepasi): a program for the modelling of complex, heterogeneous, cellular systems

      BIOINFORMATICS
    3. Weichart, DH; Kell, DB
      Characterization of an autostimulatory substance produced by Escherichia coli

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    4. Raamsdonk, LM; Teusink, B; Broadhurst, D; Zhang, NS; Hayes, A; Walsh, MC; Berden, JA; Brindle, KM; Kell, DB; Rowland, JJ; Westerhoff, HV; van Dam, K; Oliver, SG
      A functional genomics strategy that uses metabolome data to reveal the phenotype of silent mutations

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    5. Kell, DB; Darby, RM; Draper, J
      Genomic computing. Explanatory analysis of plant expression profiling datausing machine learning

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Vaidyanathan, S; Rowland, JJ; Kell, DB; Goodacre, R
      Discrimination of aerobic endospore-forming bacteria via electrospray-ionization mass spectrometry of whole cell suspensions

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Kell, DB; Young, M
      Bacterial dormancy and culturability: the role of autocrine growth factors- Commentary

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Biketov, S; Mukamolova, GV; Potapov, V; Gilenkov, E; Vostroknutova, G; Kell, DB; Young, M; Kaprelyants, AS
      Culturability of Mycobacterium tuberculosis cells isolated from murine macrophages: a bacterial growth factor promotes recovery

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Woodward, AM; Davies, EA; Denyer, S; Olliff, C; Kell, DB
      Non-linear dielectric spectroscopy: antifouling and stabilisation of electrodes by a polymer coating

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY
    10. Yardley, JE; Todd, R; Nicholson, DJ; Barrett, J; Kell, DB; Davey, CL
      Correction of the influence of baseline artefacts and electrode polarisation on dielectric spectra

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY
    11. Kell, DB; King, RD
      On the optimization of classes for the assignment of unidentified reading frames in functional genomics programmes: the need for machine learning

      TRENDS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    12. Davies, ZS; Gilbert, RJ; Merry, RJ; Kell, DB; Theodorou, MK; Griffith, GW
      Efficient improvement of silage additives by using genetic algorithms

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Goodacre, R; Shann, B; Gilbert, RJ; Timmins, EM; McGovern, AC; Alsberg, BK; Kell, DB; Logan, NA
      Detection of the dipicolinic acid biomarker in Bacillus spores using Curie-point pyrolysis mass spectrometry and fourier transform infrared spectroscopy

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    14. Goodacre, R; Heald, JK; Kell, DB
      Characterisation of intact microorganisms using electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    15. Mukamolova, GV; Kormer, SS; Kell, DB; Kaprelyants, AS
      Stimulation of the multiplication of Micrococcus luteus by an autocrine growth factor

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Woodward, AM; Gilbert, RJ; Kell, DB
      Genetic programming as an analytical tool for non-linear dielectric spectroscopy

      BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY AND BIOENERGETICS
    17. Davey, HM; Jones, A; Shaw, AD; Kell, DB
      Variable selection and multivariate methods for the identification of microorganisms by flow cytometry

      CYTOMETRY
    18. McGovern, AC; Ernill, R; Kara, BV; Kell, DB; Goodacre, R
      Rapid analysis of the expression of heterologous proteins in Escherichia coli using pyrolysis mass spectrometry and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy with chemometrics: application to alpha 2-interferon production

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    19. Kell, DB
      Revolutionary ideas come round again

      NATURE
    20. Shaw, AD; Kaderbhai, N; Jones, A; Woodward, AM; Goodacre, R; Rowland, JJ; Kell, DB
      Noninvasive, on-line monitoring of the biotransformation by yeast of glucose to ethanol using dispersive Raman spectroscopy and chemometrics

      APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY
    21. Vlahov, G; Shaw, AD; Kell, DB
      Use of C-13 nuclear magnetic resonance distortionless enhancement by polarization transfer pulse sequence and multivariate analysis to discriminate olive oil cultivars

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS SOCIETY
    22. Mendes, P; Kell, DB
      Non-linear optimization of biochemical pathways: applications to metabolicengineering and parameter estimation

      BIOINFORMATICS
    23. BARER MR; KAPRELYANTS AS; WEICHART DH; HARWOOD CR; KELL DB
      MICROBIAL STRESS AND CULTURABILITY - CONCEPTUAL AND OPERATIONAL DOMAINS

      Microbiology
    24. GOODACRE R; TIMMINS EM; BURTON R; KADERBHAI N; WOODWARD AM; KELL DB; ROONEY PJ
      RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF URINARY-TRACT INFECTION BACTERIA USING HYPERSPECTRAL WHOLE-ORGANISM FINGERPRINTING AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Microbiology
    25. TAYLOR J; GOODACRE R; WADE WG; ROWLAND JJ; KELL DB
      THE DECONVOLUTION OF PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTRA USING GENETIC PROGRAMMING- APPLICATION TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF SOME EUBACTERIUM SPECIES

      FEMS microbiology letters
    26. GOODACRE R; ROONEY PJ; KELL DB
      DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN METHICILLIN-RESISTANT AND METHICILLIN-SUSCEPTIBLE STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    27. DAVEY CL; KELL DB
      THE INFLUENCE OF ELECTRODE POLARIZATION ON DIELECTRIC SPECTRA, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CAPACITIVE BIOMASS MEASUREMENTS - I - QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTS ON ELECTRODE POLARIZATION OF FACTORS LIKELY TO OCCUR DURING FERMENTATIONS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    28. DAVEY CL; KELL DB
      THE INFLUENCE OF ELECTRODE POLARIZATION ON DIELECTRIC SPECTRA, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CAPACITIVE BIOMASS MEASUREMENTS - (II) REDUCTION IN THE CONTRIBUTION OF ELECTRODE POLARIZATION TO DIELECTRIC SPECTRA USING A 2-FREQUENCY METHOD

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    29. WOODWARD AM; ALSBERG BK; KELL DB
      THE EFFECT OF HETEROSCEDASTIC NOISE ON THE CHEMOMETRIC MODELING OF FREQUENCY-DOMAIN DATA

      Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems
    30. OLIVER SG; WINSON MK; KELL DB; BAGANZ F
      SYSTEMATIC FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE YEAST GENOME

      Trends in biotechnology
    31. GOSHAWK JA; BINDING DM; KELL DB; GOODACRE R
      RHEOLOGICAL PHENOMENA OCCURRING DURING THE SHEARING FLOW OF MAYONNAISE

      Journal of rheology
    32. MUKAMOLOVA GV; KAPRELYANTS AS; YOUNG DI; YOUNG M; KELL DB
      A BACTERIAL CYTOKINE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    33. VOTYAKOVA TV; MUKAMOLOVA GV; SHTEINMARGOLINA VA; POPOV VI; DAVEY HM; KELL DB; KAPRELYANTS AS
      RESEARCH ON THE HETEROGENEITY OF A MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS CULTURE DURING AN EXTENDED STATIONARY-PHASE - SUBPOPULATION SEPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION

      Microbiology
    34. JONES A; YOUNG D; TAYLOR J; KELL DB; ROWLAND JJ
      QUANTIFICATION OF MICROBIAL PRODUCTIVITY VIA MULTI-ANGLE LIGHT-SCATTERING AND SUPERVISED LEARNING

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    35. MUKAMOLOVA GV; YANOPOLSKAYA ND; KELL DB; KAPRELYANTS AS
      ON RESUSCITATION FROM THE DORMANT STATE OF MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    36. KELL DB; KAPRELYANTS AS; WEICHART DH; HARWOOD CR; BARER MR
      VIABILITY AND ACTIVITY IN READILY CULTURABLE BACTERIA - A REVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF THE PRACTICAL ISSUES

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    37. ALSBERG BK; KELL DB; GOODACRE R
      VARIABLE SELECTION IN DISCRIMINANT PARTIAL LEAST-SQUARES ANALYSIS

      Analytical chemistry (Washington)
    38. ALSBERG BK; WOODWARD AM; WINSON MK; ROWLAND JJ; KELL DB
      VARIABLE SELECTION IN WAVELET REGRESSION-MODELS

      Analytica chimica acta
    39. DAVEY HM; KELL DB
      FLUORESCENT BRIGHTENERS - NOVEL STAINS FOR THE FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF MICROORGANISMS

      Cytometry
    40. ALSBERG BK; WOODWARD AM; KELL DB
      AN INTRODUCTION TO WAVELET TRANSFORMS FOR CHEMOMETRICIANS - A TIME-FREQUENCY APPROACH

      Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems
    41. ALSBERG BK; WINSON MK; KELL DB
      IMPROVING THE INTERPRETATION OF MULTIVARIATE AND RULE INDUCTION MODELS BY USING A PEAK PARAMETER REPRESENTATION

      Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems
    42. KELL DB
      TARGET PRACTICE - NOVEL APPROACHES TO ANTIMICROBIAL CHEMOTHERAPY

      Trends in biotechnology
    43. WINSON MK; KELL DB
      YOUVE GOT IT, FLAUNT IT - RAPID SCREENING FOR MICROBIAL BIOCATALYSTS

      Trends in biotechnology
    44. GOODACRE R; HAMMOND D; KELL DB
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE ADULTERATION OF ORANGE JUICE WITH SUCROSE USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND CHEMOMETRICS

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    45. SALTER GJ; LAZZARI M; GIANSANTE L; GOODACRE R; JONES A; SURRICCHIO G; KELL DB; BIANCHI G
      DETERMINATION OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL ORIGIN OF ITALIAN EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    46. TIDSWELL EC; SALTER GJ; KELL DB; MORRIS JG
      ENANTIOSELECTIVITY OF SULCATONE REDUCTION BY SOME ANAEROBIC-BACTERIA

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    47. KELL DB
      CHECKS AND BALANCES

      Nature
    48. GILBERT RJ; GOODACRE R; WOODWARD AM; KELL DB
      GENETIC PROGRAMMING - A NOVEL METHOD FOR THE QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OFPYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTRAL DATA

      Analytical chemistry
    49. BROADHURST D; GOODACRE R; JONES A; ROWLAND JJ; KELL DB
      GENETIC ALGORITHMS AS A METHOD FOR VARIABLE SELECTION IN MULTIPLE LINEAR-REGRESSION AND PARTIAL LEAST-SQUARES REGRESSION, WITH APPLICATIONSTO PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Analytica chimica acta
    50. WINSON MK; GOODACRE R; TIMMINS EM; JONES A; ALSBERG BK; WOODWARD AM; ROWLAND JJ; KELL DB
      DIFFUSE-REFLECTANCE ABSORBENCY SPECTROSCOPY TAKING IN CHEMOMETRICS (DRASTIC) - A HYPERSPECTRAL FT-IR-BASED APPROACH TO RAPID SCREENING FOR METABOLITE OVERPRODUCTION

      Analytica chimica acta
    51. SHAW AD; DICAMILLO A; VLAHOV G; JONES A; BIANCHI G; ROWLAND J; KELL DB
      DISCRIMINATION OF THE VARIETY AND REGION OF ORIGIN OF EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OILS USING C-13 NMR AND MULTIVARIATE CALIBRATION WITH VARIABLE REDUCTION

      Analytica chimica acta
    52. ALSBERG BK; GOODACRE R; ROWLAND JJ; KELL DB
      CLASSIFICATION OF PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTRA BY FUZZY MULTIVARIATE RULE INDUCTION-COMPARISON WITH REGRESSION, K-NEAREST NEIGHBOR, NEURAL AND DECISION-TREE METHODS

      Analytica chimica acta
    53. GOODACRE R; TIMMINS EM; JONES A; KELL DB; MADDOCK J; HEGINBOTHOM ML; MAGEE JT
      ON MASS-SPECTROMETER INSTRUMENT STANDARDIZATION AND INTERLABORATORY CALIBRATION TRANSFER USING NEURAL NETWORKS

      Analytica chimica acta
    54. ALSBERG BK; WOODWARD AM; WINSON MK; ROWLAND J; KELL DB
      WAVELET DENOISING OF INFRARED-SPECTRA

      Analyst
    55. KELL DB
      MEMBRANE TENSION

      Trends in cell biology
    56. GOODACRE R; NEAL MJ; KELL DB
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF MULTIVARIATE DATA USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS - A TUTORIAL REVIEW AND APPLICATIONS TO THE DECONVOLUTION OF PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTRA

      Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie
    57. GOODACRE R; RISCHERT DJ; EVANS PM; KELL DB
      RAPID AUTHENTICATION OF ANIMAL-CELL LINES USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND AUTOASSOCIATIVE ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Cytotechnology
    58. GOODACRE R; TIMMINS EM; ROONEY PJ; ROWLAND JJ; KELL DB
      RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF STREPTOCOCCUS AND ENTEROCOCCUS SPECIES USING DIFFUSE REFLECTANCE-ABSORBENCY FOURIER-TRANSFORM INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPYAND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    59. MENDES P; KELL DB; WESTERHOFF HV
      WHY AND WHEN CHANNELING CAN DECREASE POOL SIZE AT CONSTANT NET FLUX IN A SIMPLE DYNAMIC CHANNEL

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    60. DAVEY HM; DAVEY CL; WOODWARD AM; EDMONDS AN; LEE AW; KELL DB
      OSCILLATORY, STOCHASTIC AND CHAOTIC GROWTH-RATE FLUCTUATIONS IN PERMITTISTATICALLY CONTROLLED YEAST CULTURES

      Biosystems
    61. MENDES P; KELL DB
      ON THE ANALYSIS OF THE INVERSE PROBLEM OF METABOLIC PATHWAYS USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Biosystems
    62. WOODWARD AM; JONES A; ZHANG XZ; ROWLAND J; KELL DB
      RAPID AND NONINVASIVE QUANTIFICATION OF METABOLIC SUBSTRATES IN BIOLOGICAL CELL-SUSPENSIONS USING NONLINEAR DIELECTRIC-SPECTROSCOPY WITH MULTIVARIATE CALIBRATION AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS - PRINCIPLES ANDAPPLICATIONS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    63. NICHOLSON DJ; KELL DB; DAVEY CL
      DECONVOLUTION OF THE DIELECTRIC SPECTRA OF MICROBIAL CELL-SUSPENSIONSUSING MULTIVARIATE CALIBRATION AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    64. GOODACRE R; PYGALL J; KELL DB
      PLANT SEED CLASSIFICATION USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY WITH UNSUPERVISED LEARNING - THE APPLICATION OF AUTOASSOCIATIVE AND KOHONEN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems
    65. WINSON MK; KELL DB
      GOING PLACES - FORCED AND NATURAL MOLECULAR EVOLUTION

      Trends in biotechnology
    66. DAVEY HM; KELL DB
      FLOW-CYTOMETRY AND CELL SORTING OF HETEROGENEOUS MICROBIAL-POPULATIONS - THE IMPORTANCE OF SINGLE-CELL ANALYSES

      Microbiological reviews
    67. KAPRELYANTS AS; MUKAMOLOVA GV; DAVEY HM; KELL DB
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL HETEROGENEITY WITHIN STARVED CULTURES OF MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS BY FLOW-CYTOMETRY AND CELL SORTING

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    68. WESTERHOFF HV; KELL DB
      WHAT BIOTECHNOLOGISTS KNEW ALL ALONG ...

      Journal of theoretical biology
    69. GOODACRE R; KELL DB
      CORRECTION OF MASS-SPECTRAL DRIFT USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Analytical chemistry
    70. MARKX GH; KELL DB
      THE USE OF DIELECTRIC PERMITTIVITY FOR THE CONTROL OF THE BIOMASS LEVEL DURING BIOTRANSFORMATIONS OF TOXIC SUBSTRATES IN CONTINUOUS-CULTURE

      Biotechnology progress
    71. WOODWARD AM; KELL DB
      ON HARMONIC-GENERATION IN NONLINEAR BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Biosensors & bioelectronics
    72. SALTER GJ; KELL DB
      SOLVENT SELECTION FOR WHOLE-CELL BIOTRANSFORMATIONS IN ORGANIC MEDIA

      Critical reviews in biotechnology
    73. MUKAMOLOVA GV; YANOPOLSKAYA ND; VOTYAKOVA TV; POPOV VI; KAPRELYANTS AS; KELL DB
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHANGES ACCOMPANYING THE LONG-TERM STARVATION OF MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS CELLS IN SPENT GROWTH-MEDIUM

      Archives of microbiology
    74. MENDES P; KELL DB; WESTERHOFF HV
      A SERIES OF CASES IN WHICH METABOLIC CHANNELING CAN DECREASE THE POOLSIZE AT CONSTANT NET FLUX IN A SIMPLE DYNAMIC CHANNEL

      Biochemical Society transactions
    75. KELL DB; KAPRELYANTS AS; GRAFEN A
      PHEROMONES, SOCIAL-BEHAVIOR AND THE FUNCTIONS OF SECONDARY METABOLISMIN BACTERIA

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    76. KELL DB; SONNLEITNER B
      GMP - GOOD MODELING PRACTICE - AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE

      Trends in biotechnology
    77. KELL DB
      PREPARATION FOR UNIVERSITY

      Nature
    78. MUKAMOLOVA GV; KAPRELYANTS AS; KELL DB
      SECRETION OF AN ANTIBACTERIAL FACTOR DURING RESUSCITATION OF DORMANT CELLS IN MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS CULTURES HELD IN AN EXTENDED STATIONARY-PHASE

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    79. GOODACRE R; TREW S; WRIGLEYJONES C; SAUNDERS G; NEAL MJ; PORTER N; KELL DB
      RAPID AND QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF METABOLITES IN FERMENTER BROTHS USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY WITH SUPERVISED LEARNING - APPLICATIONTO THE SCREENING OF PENICILLIUM-CHRYSOGENUM FERMENTATIONS FOR THE OVERPRODUCTION OF PENICILLINS

      Analytica chimica acta
    80. KAPRELYANTS AS; MUKAMOLOVA GV; KELL DB
      ESTIMATION OF DORMANT MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS CELLS BY PENICILLIN LYSIS AND BY RESUSCITATION IN CELL-FREE SPENT CULTURE-MEDIUM AT HIGH DILUTION

      FEMS microbiology letters
    81. BEVING H; ERIKSSON LEG; DAVEY CL; KELL DB
      DIELECTRIC-PROPERTIES OF HUMAN BLOOD AND ERYTHROCYTES AT RADIO FREQUENCIES (0.2-10-MHZ) - DEPENDENCE ON CELL-VOLUME FRACTION AND MEDIUM COMPOSITION

      European biophysics journal
    82. GOODACRE R; KARIM A; KADERBHAI MA; KELL DB
      RAPID AND QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF RECOMBINANT PROTEIN EXPRESSION USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS - APPLICATION TO MAMMALIAN CYTOCHROME B(5) IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of biotechnology
    83. KELL DB; GOODACRE R; NEAL MJ
      THE DOGS THAT DID NOT BARK

      Trends in biotechnology
    84. KELL DB; GOODACRE R; NEAL MJ
      THE DOGS THAT DID NOT BARK

      Trends in biotechnology
    85. VOTYAKOVA TV; KAPRELYANTS AS; KELL DB
      INFLUENCE OF VIABLE CELLS ON THE RESUSCITATION OF DORMANT CELLS IN MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS CULTURES HELD IN AN EXTENDED STATIONARY-PHASE - THE POPULATION EFFECT

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    86. GOODACRE R; NEAL MJ; KELL DB; GREENHAM LW; NOBLE WC; HARVEY RG
      RAPID IDENTIFICATION USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND ARTIFICIALNEURAL NETWORKS OF PROPIONIBACTERIUM-ACNES ISOLATED FROM DOGS

      Journal of Applied Bacteriology
    87. KELL DB
      MORE SUSPECT STATISTICS

      Chemistry in Britain
    88. GOODACRE R; TREW S; WRIGLEYJONES C; NEAL MJ; MADDOCK J; OTTLEY TW; PORTER N; KELL DB
      RAPID SCREENING FOR METABOLITE OVERPRODUCTION IN FERMENTOR BROTHS, USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY WITH MULTIVARIATE CALIBRATION AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    89. GOODACRE R; NEAL MJ; KELL DB
      RAPID AND QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTRA OF COMPLEX BINARY AND TERTIARY MIXTURES USING MULTIVARIATE CALIBRATION AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Analytical chemistry
    90. KAPRELYANTS AS; GOTTSCHAL JC; KELL DB
      DORMANCY IN NON-SPORULATING BACTERIA

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    91. GOODACRE R; EDMONDS AN; KELL DB
      QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF THE PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTRA OF COMPLEX-MIXTURES USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS - APPLICATION TO AMINO-ACIDS IN GLYCOGEN

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    92. KAPRELYANTS AS; KELL DB
      DORMANCY IN STATIONARY-PHASE CULTURES OF MICROCOCCUS-LUTEUS - FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF STARVATION AND RESUSCITATION

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    93. DAVEY CL; MARKX GH; KELL DB
      ON THE DIELECTRIC METHOD OF MONITORING CELLULAR VIABILITY

      Pure and applied chemistry
    94. GOODACRE R; KELL DB; BIANCHI G
      RAPID ASSESSMENT OF THE ADULTERATION OF VIRGIN OLIVE OILS BY OTHER SEED OILS USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    95. GOODACRE R; KELL DB
      RAPID AND QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF BIOPROCESSES USING PYROLYSIS MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND NEURAL NETWORKS - APPLICATION TO INDOLE PRODUCTION

      Analytica chimica acta
    96. DAVEY CL; DAVEY HM; KELL DB; TODD RW
      INTRODUCTION TO THE DIELECTRIC ESTIMATION OF CELLULAR BIOMASS IN REAL-TIME, WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON MEASUREMENTS AT HIGH-VOLUME FRACTIONS

      Analytica chimica acta
    97. MENDES P; KELL DB
      ON THE ROLE OF ENZYME-KINETIC PARAMETERS IN DETERMINING THE EFFECTIVENESS WITH WHICH CHANNELING CAN DECREASE THE SIZE OF A METABOLITE POOL

      Acta biotheoretica


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