Alan Crozier, Ph.D.

 Alan  Crozier, Ph.D.

Position

  • Research Associate
  • Department of Nutrition

Contact

Education

  • Ph.D., Bedford College, University of London, UK
  • Honours B.Sc. in Botany (2:1), University of Durham, UK

Research Interests

Dr. Crozier's research investigates the absorption, disposition, metabolism and excretion of dietary flavonoids and phenolic compounds and their potential to protect against non-communicable diseases.  He is one of 11 Thomson-Reuters 2014 Highly Cited Researchers on the UC Davis campus.

Selected Publications

Refereed scientific papers and reviews

Crozier, A., Audus, L.J. (1968)  Biological and chromatographic properties of two gibberellin-like compounds from etiolated seedlings of Phaseolus multiflorus seedlings.  Phytochemistry 7, 1923–1931 (PH).

Crozier, A., Audus, L.J. (1968)  Distribution of gibberellin-like substances in light- and dark-grown seedlings of Phaseolus multiflorus. Planta 83, 207–217 (PH).

Ruddat, M., Pharis, R.P, Aoki, H., Crozier, A. (1968)  Gibberellin-like substances in vegetative foliage of a conifer, Arizona cypress.  Plant Physiology 43, 2049–2053 (PH).

Crozier, A., Aoki, H., Pharis R.P. (1969)  Efficiency of countercurrent distribution, Sephadex G-10, and silicic acid partition chromatography in the purification of gibberellin-like substances.  Journal of Experimental Botany 20, 786–795 (PH).

Pharis R.P., Crozier, A., Reid, D.M., Kuo, C.C. (1969)  Activity of gibberellin A24 in ten plant bioassays.  Canadian Journal of Botany 47, 815–820 (PH).

Reid, D.M., Crozier, A., Harvey, B.R.M. (1969)  The effects of flooding on the export of gibberellins from the root to the shoot.  Planta 89, 376–379 (PH).

Aoki, H., Crozier, Pharis, R.P. (1970)  Progress in the isolation of gibberellins from conifers: vegetative shoots of Douglas-fir and Arizona cypress.  Zsez. Nauk. UMK, 13, 113-121 (PH).

Crozier, A., Aoki, H., Pharis, R.P., Durley, R.C. (1970)  Endogenous gibberellins in Douglas-fir.  Phytochemistry 9, 2453-2459 (PH).

Crozier, A., Kuo, C.C., Durley, R.C., Pharis, R.P. (1970)  The biological activity of 26 gibberellins in nine plant bioassays.  Canadian Journal of Botany 48, 867-877. (Current Contents Citation Classic, see 79) (PH).

Reid, D.M., Crozier, A. (1970)  CCC-induced increase in gibberellin levels in pea seedlings.  Planta 94, 95–106 (PH).

Crozier, A., Bowen, D.H., MacMillan, J., Reid, D.M., Most, B.H (1971)  Characterization of gibberellins from dark-grown Phaseolus coccineus seedlings by gas liquid chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.  Planta 97, 142–154 (PH).

Crozier, A., Reid, D.M. (1971)  Do roots synthesize gibberellins ?  Canadian Journal of Botany 49, 967–975 (PH).

Reid, D.M., Crozier, A. (1971)  Effects of waterlogging on endogenous gibberellins and growth of tomato plants.  Journal of Experimental Botany 22, 39–48 (PH).

Crozier, A., Durley, R.C., Pharis, R.P, Bowen, D.H., MacMillan, J. (1972)  Inactivity of some acetone condensation products and candicandiols A and B in gibberellin bioassays.  Plant and Cell Physiology 12, 471–476 (PH).

Crozier, A., Reid, D.M. (1972)  Gibberellin metabolism in roots of Phaseolus coccineus seedlings.  In "Plant Growth Substances 1970", (D.J. Carr, ed.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 420–427 (PH).

Durley, R.C., Crozier, A., Pharis, R.P., McLaughlin, G.E. (1972)  The chromatography of 33 gibberellins on a gradient eluted silica gel partition column.  Phytochemistry 11, 3029–3033 (PH).

Reid, D.M., Crozier, A. (1972)  Stimulation of the levels of gibberellin-like substances by the growth retardants CCC and AMO-1618. In "Plant Growth Substances 1970", (D.J. Carr, ed.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 420–427 (PH).

Bowen, D.H., Crozier, A., MacMillan, J., Reid, D.M. (1973)  Characterization of gibberellins from light-grown Phaseolus coccineus seedlings.  Phytochemistry 12, 2935–2941 (PH).

Crozier, A. Reid, D.M., Reeve, D.R. (1973)  Effects of AMO-1618 on growth, morphology and gibberellin content of Phaseolus coccineus seedlings.  Journal of Experimental Botany 24, 923–934 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1974)  An assessment of gibberellin structure-activity relationships.  Journal of Experimental Botany 25, 431–445 (PH).

Bowen, A., Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1975)  Effects of light on gibberellin metabolism and growth of Phaseolus coccineus seedlings.  Planta 126, 83–91 (PH).

Nash, L.J., Crozier, A. (1975)  Translocation and metabolism of [3H]-gibberellins by light–grown Phaseolus coccineus seedlings.  Planta 127, 221–231 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A., Durley, R.C., Reid, D.M., Pharis R.P (1975)  Metabolism of 3H-gibberellin A1 and 3H-gibberellin A4 by Phaseolus coccineus seedlings.  Plant Physiology 55, 42–44 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1975)  Gibberellin bioassays.  In "Gibberellins and Plant Growth", (H.N. Krishnamoorthy, ed.), John Wiley and Sons, New Delhi, pp.  35–64 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1976)  Purification of plant extracts by gel permeation chromatography.  Phytochemistry 15, 791–793 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Yokota, T., Nash, L.J., Crozier, A. (1976)  The development of a high performance liquid chromatograph with a sensitive on-stream radioactivity monitor for the analysis of 3H- and 14C-labelled gibberellins. Journal of Experimental Botany 27, 1247–1258 (PH).

Yokota, T., Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1976)  The synthesis of [3H]-gibberellin A9 with high specific activity.  Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 40, 2091–2094 (PH).

Crozier, A., Reeve, D.R. (1977)  The application of high performance liquid chromatography to the analysis of plant hormones.  In "Plant Growth Regulation", (P.-E. Pilet, ed.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 67–76 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1977)  Radioactivity monitor for high performance liquid chromatography.  Journal of Chromatography 137, 271–281 (O).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1978)  The analysis of gibberellins by high performance liquid chromatography.  In "Isolation of Plant Growth Substances", (J.R. Hillman, ed.), Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series, No. 4, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 41–77 (PH).

Crozier, A. (1980)  The analysis of plant hormones in trees.  In "Control of Shoot Growth in Trees", (C.H.A. Little, ed.), Canadian Forest Service, Fredericton, New Brunswick, pp. 325–345 (PH).

Crozier, A. (1980)  Analysis of accuracy.  In “Gibberellins, Chemistry, Physiology and Use” (J.R. Lenton, ed.), British Plant Growth Regulator Group Monograph No. 5, pp. 17–24 (PH).

Crozier, A., Zaerr, J.B., Morris R.O. (1980)  High performance steric exclusion chromatography of plant hormones.  Journal of Chromatography 198, 57–63 (PH).

Crozier, A., Loferski, K., Zaerr, J.B. Morris, R.O. (1980)  Analysis of picogram quantities of indole-3-acetic acid by high performance liquid chromatography-fluorescence procedures.  Planta 150, 366–370 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1980)  Quantitative analysis of plant hormones.  In “Hormonal Regulation of Development 1. Molecular Aspects of Plant Hormones” (J. MacMillan, ed.), Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology New Series, Vol. 9, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 203–280 (PH).

Crozier, A. (1981)  Aspects of the metabolism and physiology of gibberellins.  In “Advances in Botanical Research” Vol. 9 (H.W. Woolhouse, ed.), Academic Press, London, pp. 33–149 (PH).

Crozier, A., Zaerr, J.B., Morris, R.O. (1982)  Reversed- and normal-phase high performance liquid chromatography of gibberellin methoxycoumaryl esters.  Journal of Chromatography 238, 157–166 (PH).

Nonhebel, H.M., Crozier, A., Hillman, J.R. (1982)  Analysis of [14C]indole-3-acetic acid metabolites from primary roots of Zea mays seedlings using reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography.  Physiologia Plantarum 57, 129–134 (PH).

Sandberg, G., Jensen, E., Crozier, A. (1982)  Biosynthesis of indole-3-acetic acid in protoplasts, chloroplasts and a cytoplasmic fraction from barley leaves (Hordeum vulgare).  Planta 156, 541–545 (PH).

Crozier, A. (1983)  The occurrence and structure of gibberellins.  In “ The Biochemistry and Physiology of Gibberellins” Vol. 1 (A. Crozier, ed.), Praeger, New York, pp. 1–18 (PH).

Crozier, A., Durley, R.C. (1983)  Modern methods of analysis of gibberellins.  In “The Biochemistry and Physiology of Gibberellins” Vol. 1 (A. Crozier, ed.), Praeger, New York, pp. 489–560 (PH).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1983)  HPLC radioactivity monitors - fact and fiction.  Laboratory Practice 32(3), 59–60 (O).

Reeve, D.R., Crozier, A. (1983)  A reply to “Information theory and plant growth substance analysis” by I.M. Scott.  Plant Cell and Environment 6, 365–367 (PH).

Sandberg, G., Jensen, E., Crozier, A. (1983)  Effect of light on the catabolism of [2'-14C]3-indole-acetic acid in protoplasts, a chloroplast-rich fraction and a crude cytoplasmic preparation from barley (Hordeum vulgare L.).  Plant Cell and Environment 6, 365–367 (PH).

Watts, S.H., Wheeler, C.T., Hillman, J.R., Berrie, A.M.M., Crozier, A., Math, V.M. (1983)  Abscisic acid in the nodulated root systems of Alnus glutinosa.  New Phytologist 95, 203–208 (PH).

Wheeler, C.T., McPhee, M.E., Hensen, I.E., Crozier, A. (1983)  Transport of plant growth substances in nodulated Alnus glutinosa.  In “Interactions between Nitrogen and Plant Growth Regulators in the Control of Plant Development” (M.B. Jackson, ed.), British Plant Growth Regulator Group Monograph No. 9, pp. 19–31 (PH).

Crozier, A., Turnbull, C.G.N. (1984)  Gibberellins: biochemistry and action in extension growth.  What’s New in Plant Physiology 15, 9–12 (PH).

Sandberg, G., Jensen, E., Crozier, A. (1984)  Analysis of 3-indole carboxylic acid in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) needles.  Phytochemistry 23, 99–102 (PH).

Wheeler, C.T., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G. (1984)  Biosynthesis of indole-3-acetic acid by Frankia.  Plant and Soil 78, 99–100 (PH).

Crozier, A., Bell, T.E. (1985)  Immunoassay of endogenous hormones in Sitka spruce during cone induction.  Forest Research p. 64 (PH).

Davies, J.L., Jensen, E., Junttila, O., Rivier, L., Crozier, A. (1985)  Identification of endogenous gibberellins in Salix pentandra.  Plant Physiology 78, 473–476 (PH).

Monteiro, A.M., Crozier, A., Sharif, R.R. (1985)  Metabolismo da [3H]giberelina A20 em plantulas de milho (Zea mays L.).  Revista Brasileira de Botanica 8, 211–218 (PH).

Monteiro, A.M., Turnbull, C.G.N., Crozier, A. (1985)  As giberelinas e sua funç ã o no alongamento de eixo caulinar.  Revista Brasileira de Botanica 8, 241–264 (PH).

Nonhebel, H.M. Hillman, J.R., Crozier, A., Wilkins, M.B. (1985)  Metabolism of [14C]indole-3-acetic acid by coleoptiles of Zea mays L.  Journal of Experimental Botany 36, 99–109 (PH).

Nonhebel. H.M., Hillman, J.R., Crozier, A., Wilkins, M.B. (1985)  Metabolism of [14C]indole-3-acetic acid by the cortical and stelar tissues of Zea mays roots.  Planta 164, 105–108 (PH).

Sandberg, G., Crozier, A. (1985)  The biosynthesis and metabolism of indole-3-acetic acid in protoplasts.  In “The Physiological Properties of Protoplasts” (P.E. Pilet, ed.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 209–218 (PH).

Turnbull, C.G.N., Crozier, A., Graebe, J.E., Schwenen, L. (1985) Conversion of [14C]gibberellin A12-aldehyde to C19- and C20-gibberellins in a cell-free system from immature seed of Phaseolus coccineus L.  Planta 165, 108–113 (PH).

Yokota, T., Arima, Y., Takahashi, N., Crozier, A. (1985) Steroidal plant growth regulators, castasterone and typhasterol (2-deoxycastasterone) from shoots of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis).  Phytochemistry 24, 1333–1335 (PH).

Brown, B.H., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G. (1986) Catabolism of indole-3-acetic acid in chloroplast fractions from light-grown Pisum sativum L. seedlings.  Plant, Cell and Environment 9, 527–534 (PH).

Brown, B.H., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G., Jensen, E. (1986)  Indole-3-acetic acid and indole-3-ethanol in light-grown Pisum sativum seedlings and their localisation in chloroplast fractions.  Phytochemistry 25, 299–302 (PH).

Crozier, A., Sandberg, G., Monteiro, A.M., Sundberg, B. (1986)  The use of immunological techniques in plant hormone analysis.  In “Plant Growth Substances 1985” (M. Bopp, ed.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 13–21 (PH).

Ernstsen, A., Sandberg, G., Crozier, A. (1986)  Effects of sodium diethyldithiocarbamate, solvent, temperature and plant extracts on the stability of indoles.  Physiologia Plantarum 68, 519–522 (PH).

Jensen, E., Crozier, A., Monteiro, A.M. (1986)  Analysis of gibberellins and gibberellin conjugates by ion-suppression reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography.  Journal of Chromatography 367, 377–384 (PH).

Jensen, E., Rivier, L., Junttila, O., Crozier, A. (1986)  Identification of abscisic acid from shoots of Salix pentandra.  Physiologia Plantarum 66, 404-408 (PH).

Sundberg, B., Sandberg, G., Crozier, A. (1986)  Purification of indole-3-acetic acid in plant extracts by immunoaffinity chromatography.  Phytochemistry 25, 285–288(PH).

Turnbull, C.G.N., Crozier, A., Schwenen, L., Graebe, J.E. (1986)  Biosynthesis of gibberellin A12-aldehyde, gibberellin A12 and their kaurenoid precursors from [14C]mevalonic acid in a cell-free system from immature seed of Phaseolus coccineus L.  Phytochemistry 25, 97–101 (PH).

Turnbull, C.G.N., Crozier, A., Schneider, G. (1986)  HPLC-based methods for the identification of gibberellin conjugates: metabolism of [3H]gibberellin A4 by seedlings of Phaseolus coccineus.  Phytochemistry 25, 1823–1828 (PH).

Crozier, A. (1987)  Plant hormone analysis: theoretical considerations.  In “Principles and Practice of Plant Hormone Analysis” Vol. 1 (L. Rivier, A. Crozier, eds.), Academic Press, London, pp. 1–7 (PH).

Ernstsen, A., Sandberg, G., Crozier, A., Wheeler, C.T. (1987)  Endogenous indoles and the biosynthesis and metabolism of indole-3-acetic acid in cultures of Rhizobium phaseoli.  Planta 171, 422–428 (PH).

Monteiro, A.M., Sandberg, G., Crozier, A. (1987)  Detection of abscisic acid, indole-3-acetic acid and indole-3-ethanol in seeds of a cerrado plant: Dalbergia dolichopetala.  Phytochemistry 26, 327–328 (PH).

Sandberg, G., Crozier, A., Ernstsen, A. (1987)  Indole-3-acetic acid and related compounds.  In “Principles and Practice of Plant Hormone Analysis” Vol. 2, (L. Rivier, A. Crozier, eds.), Academic Press, London, pp. 169–301 (PH).

Sandberg, G., Crozier, A., Ernstsen, A., Sundberg, B. (1987)  High performance liquid chromatography and the analysis of indole-3-acetic acid and some of its decarboxylated catabolites in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.).  In “Modern Methods in Plant Analysis Vol. 5, High Performance Liquid Chromatography in Plant Sciences”, (H.F. Linskins, G.F. Jackson, eds.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 52–71 (PH).

Atzorn, R., Crozier, A., Wheeler, C.T., Sandberg, G. (1988)  Production of gibberellins and indole-3-acetic acid by Rhizobium phaseoli in relation to nodulation of Phaseolus vulgaris roots.  Planta 175, 532–538 (PH).

Crozier, A., Arruda, P., Jasmim, J.M., Monteiro, A,M., Sandberg, G. (1988)  Analysis of indole-3-acetic acid and related indoles in culture medium from Azospirillum lipoferum and Azospirillum brasilense.  Applied and Environmental Microbiology 54, 2833–2837 (PH).

Crozier, A., Sandberg, G., Wheeler, C.T., Ernstsen, A., Atzorn, R., Monteiro, A.M., Jasmim, J.M., Arruda, P. (1988)  Phytohormone production in nitrogen fixing bacteria.  In “Physiology and Biochemistry of Auxins in Plants”, (M. Kutá cek, R.S. Bandurski, J. Krekule, eds.), SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, pp. 67–65 (PH).

Jensen, E., Schneider, G., Monteiro, A. M., Crozier, A. (1988)  Gibberellins and gibberellin conjugates: correlations between structure and reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography retention properties.  In “Plant Hormone Conjugates: Structure, Metabolism and Function”, (K. Schreiber, H.R. Schütte, G. Sembdner, eds.), Academy of Science, German Democratic Republic, pp. 216–224 (PH).

Monteiro, A.M., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G. (1988)  Endogenous hormones, germination and early seedling growth of Dalbergia dolichopetala.  Journal of Plant Physiology 132, 762–765 (PH).

Monteiro, A.M., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G. (1988)  Biosynthesis and conjugation of indole-3-acetic acid in germinating seeds and seedlings of Dalbergia dolichopetala.  Planta 174, 561–568 (PH).

Crozier, A. (1989)  Gibberellin structure and the induction of growth.  Current Contents Citation Classic - Canadian Journal of  Botany 48: 867-77, 1970.  Current Contents 20(11), 16. (see 9) (PH).

Turnbull, C.G.N., Crozier, A. (1989)  Metabolism of [1,2-3H]gibberellin A4 by epicotyls and cell-free preparations from Phaseolus coccineus L. seedlings.  Planta 178, 267–274 (PH).

Crozier, A., Monteiro, A.M. (1990)  Strategies for the analysis of plant products by HPLC.  Chromatography and Analysis 11, 5-7 (O).

Ottoboni, L.M.M., Leite, A., Targon, M.L.N., Crozier, A., Arruda, P. (1990)  Analysis of proteins in seeds of Coix lacryma-jobi var. Adlay.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 38, 631–635 (O).

Tonin, G.S., Wheeler, C.T., Crozier, A. (1990)  Effect of nitrogen nutrition on amino acid composition of xylem sap and stem wood in Alnus glutinosa.  Physiologia Plantarum 79, 506–511 (O).

Crozier, A., Turnbull, C.G.N., Malcolm, J.M., Graebe, J.E. (1991)  Gibberellin metabolism in cell-free preparations from Phaseolus coccineus.  In “Gibberellins”, (N. Takahashi, B.O. Phinney, J. MacMillan, eds.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 83–93 (PH).

Malcolm, J.M., Crozier, A., Turnbull, C.G.N., Jensen, E. (1991)  Metabolism of C19- and C20-gibberellins by a cell-free preparation from immature seed of Phaseolus coccineus L.  Physiologia Plantarum 82, 57–66 (PH).

Mazzafera, P.M., Crozier, Magalhães, A.C. (1991)  Caffeine metabolism in Coffea arabica and other species of coffee.  Phytochemistry 30, 3913–3916 (PA).

Randi, A.M., Crozier, A. (1991)  Gibberellins, indole-3-acetic acid and the germination of spores of the tree fern Cyathea delgadii Sternb.  Revista Brasileira de Botanica 14, 67–72 (PH).

Tonin, G.S., Wheeler, C.T., Crozier, A. (1991)  Effect of changes in nitrogen nutrition on the polyamine content of Alnus glutinosa.  Plant, Cell and Environment 14, 415–421 (O).

Catalá  , C., Östin, A., Chamarro, J., Sandberg, G., Crozier, A. (1992)  Metabolism of indole-3-acetic acid by pericarp discs from immature and mature tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill).  Plant Physiology 100, 1457–1463 (PH).

Crozier, A., Reeve, D.R. (1992)  Information theory and the analysis of natural products.  Analytical Proceedings 29, 422-425 (O).

Östin, A. Monteiro, A.M., Crozier, A., Jensen, E., Sandberg, G. (1992)  Analysis of indole-3-acetic acid metabolites from Dalbergia dolichopetala by high performance liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry.  Plant Physiology 100, 63–68 (PH).

Wheeler, C.T., Tonin, G.S., Crozier, A. (1992)  Effects of exposure to acetylene on nitrogen transport and plant growth in Alnus glutinosa.  Actao Ecologica 13, 433-441 (O).

Nilsson, O., Crozier, A., Schmülling, T., Sandberg, G., Olsson, O. (1993)  Indole-3-acetic acid homeostasis in transgenic tobacco plants expressing the Agrobacterium rhizogenes rolB gene.  The Plant Journal 3, 681–689 (PH).

Catalá, C., Crozier, A., Chamarro, J. (1994)  Decarboxylative metabolism of [1-14C]indole-3-acetic acid by tomato pericarp discs during ripening.  Effects of wounding and ethylene.  Planta 193, 508–513 (PH).

Mazzafera, P., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G. (1994)  Studies on the metabolic control of caffeine turnover in developing endosperms and leaves of Coffea arabica and Coffea dewevrei.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 42, 1423–1427 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Monteiro, A.M., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A. (1995)  Biosynthesis pathways of caffeine in Coffea arabica leaves.  In "Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Coffee Science", Kyoto. ASIC, Paris, pp. 589-598 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Shimizu, H., Takeda, Y., Suzuki, T., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A. (1995)  Caffeine metabolism in high and low caffeine containing cultivars of Camellia sinensis.  Zeitschrift für Naturforschung 50c, 602–607 (PA).

Crozier, A., Monteiro, A.M., Moritz, T., Gillies, F.M., Ashihara, H. (1995)  Purine alkaloid catabolism pathways in Coffea arabica leaves. In "Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Coffee Science", Kyoto. ASIC, Paris, pp. 606–615 (PA).

Gillies, F.M., Jenkins, G.I., Ashihara, H., Crozier, A. (1995)  In vitro biosynthesis of caffeine: the stability of N-methyltransferase activity in cell-free preparations from liquid endosperm of Coffea arabica. In "Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Coffee Science", Kyoto. ASIC, Paris, pp. 599–605 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Monteiro, A.M., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A. (1996)  Biosynthesis of caffeine in leaves of coffee.  Plant Physiology 111, 747–753 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Monteiro, A.M., Moritz, T., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A. (1996)  Catabolism of caffeine and related alkaloids in leaves of Coffea arabica L.  Planta 198, 334–339 (PA).

Kato, M., Kanehara, T., Shimizu, H., Suzuki, T., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (1996)  Caffeine biosynthesis in young leaves of Camellia sinensis  L.: in vitro studies on N-methyltransferase activity involved in the conversion of xanthosine to caffeine.  Physiologia Plantarum 98, 629–636 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A. (1997)  Metabolism of caffeine and related purine alkaloids in young, mature and aged leaves of tea (Camellia sinensis L.).  Plant and Cell Physiology 38, 413–419 (PA).

Crozier, A. (1997)  Decaff.  Biological Sciences Review 10, 40–41 (PA).

Crozier, A., Jensen, E., Lean, M.E.J., McDonald, M.S. (1997)  Quantitative analysis of flavonoids by reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography A 761, 315–321 (HN).

Crozier, A., McDonald, M.S., Lean, M.E.J., Black C. (1997)  Quantitative analysis of the flavonoid content of tomatoes, onions, lettuce and celery.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 45, 590–595 (HN).

Ito, E., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (1997)  Metabolism of theophylline in higher plants.  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1336, 323–330 (PA).

Mösli Waldhauser, S.S., Gillies, F.M., Crozier, A., Baumann, T.W. (1997)  Separation of the N-7 methyltransferase, the key enzyme in caffeine biosynthesis.  Phytochemistry 45, 1407–1414 (PA).

Aziz, A.A., Edwards, C.A., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (1998)  Absorption and excretion of conjugated flavonols, including quercetin-4'-O-b-glucoside and isorhamnetin-4'-O-b-glucoside, by human volunteers after the consumption of onions.  Free Radical Research, 29, 257–269 (HN).

Crozier, A., Baumann, T.W., Ashihara, H., Suzuki, T., Waller, G.W. (1998)  Pathways involved in the biosynthesis and catabolism of caffeine in Coffea and Camellia. In "Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Coffee Science", Nairobi. ASIC, Paris, pp. 106–113 (PA).

Duthie, G.G., Gardner, P.T., Morrice, P.C., Crozier, A., McPhail, D.B. (1998)  Antioxidant efficacy of plant polyphenols in chemical and biological systems.  In "Polyphenols in Foods" (R. Armandõ, H. Andersson, F. Serra, eds.), Proceedings of COST 916-Action Workshop, pp. 117–122 (HN).

Kato, A., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (1998)  Subcellular localisation of the N-3 methyltransferase involved in caffeine biosynthesis in young leaves of Camellia sinensis.  Phytochemistry 273, 777–779 (PA).

McDonald, M.S., Hughes, M., Lean, M.E.J., Burns, J., Matthews, D., Crozier, A. (1998)  Survey of the free and conjugated flavonol content of sixty five red wines of different geographical origins.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 46, 368–375 (HN).

Ashihara, H., Crozier, A. (1999)  Biosynthesis and catabolism of caffeine in low caffeine-containing species of Coffea. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 47, 3425–3431 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Crozier, A. (1999) Biosynthesis and degradation of caffeine and related purine alkaloids.  In "Advances in Botanical Research", Vol. 30, (J.A. Callow, ed.), Academic Press, London, pp. 117–205 (PA).

Crozier, A., Moritz, T. (1999)  Physicochemical methods of plant hormone analysis.  In “The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plant Hormones”, (P.J.J. Hooykaas, K.  Libbenga, M.A. Hall. eds.), New Comprehensive Biochemistry Vol. 33, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 23–60 (PH).

Gardner, P.T., McPhail, D.B., Crozier, A., Duthie, G.G. (1999) Electron spin resonance spectroscopic assessment for the contribution of quercetin and other flavonoids to the antioxidant capacity of red wines.  Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 79, 1011-1014 (HN).

Hughes, M., Donnelly, C., Crozier, A., Wheeler, C.T. (1999)  Effects of the exposure of roots of Alnus glutinosa to light on flavonoids and nodulation.  Canadian Journal of Botany 77, 1311–1315 (O).

Kato, M., Mizuno, K., Fujimura, T., Iwanma, M., Irie, M., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (1999)  Purification and characterization of caffeine synthase from tea leaves.  Plant Physiology 120, 579–586 (PA).

Lean, ME.J., Crozier, A. (1999)  Time to eat up your 'reds'.  Leading Edge, 4, 8-9 (HN).

Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (1999) Cutting edge.  Times Higher Educational Supplement, May 7, p.36 (HN).

Lean, M.E.J., Noroozi, M., Burns, J., Talwar, D., Sattar, N., Crozier, A. (1999)  Dietary flavonoids protect diabetic human lymphocytes against oxidative damage to DNA. Diabetes, 48, 176–181 (HN).

Young, J., Nielsen, S.E., Haraldsdáttir, J., Daneshvar, B., Lauridsen, S.T., Knutsen, P., Crozier, A., Sandström, B., Dragsted, L.O. (1999)  Effect of fruit juice intake on urinary quercetin excretion and biomarkers of antioxidative status.  American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 69, 87–94 (HN).

Bremner, P.D., Blacklock, C.J., Paganga, G., Mullen, W., Rice-Evans, C.A., Crozier, A. (2000)  Comparison of the flavonoid composition of fruit juices by single HPLC analysis of multiple components versus multiple chromatographic runs for individual families.  Free Radical Research 32, 549–554 (HN).

Burns, J., Gardner, P.T, McPhail, D.B., O’Neil, J., Crawford, S., Morecroft, I., Lister, C., Matthews, D., MacLean, M.R, Lean, M.E.J., Duthie, G.G., Crozier, A. (2000)  Relationship among antioxidant activity, vasodilation capacity and phenolic content of red wines.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 48, 220–230 (HN).

Caldwell, S.T., Crozier, A., Hartley, R.C. (2000)  Isotopic labelling of quercetin-4'-O-b-glucoside.  Tetrahedron 56, 4101–4106 (HN).

Crozier, A., Burns, J., Aziz, A.A., Stewart, A.J., Rabiasz, H.S., Jenkins, G.I., Edwards, C.A., Lean, M.E.J. (2000)  Antioxidant flavonols from fruits and vegetables: measurements and bioavailability.  Biological Research 33, 78–88 (HN).

Crozier, A., Kamiya, Y., Bishop, G.J., Yokota, T. (2000)  The synthesis of hormones and elicitor molecules.  In "Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants", (R.B. Buchanan, W. Gruissem, R. Jones, eds.), American Society of Plant Physiologists, Rockville, Md., pp. 850–929 (PH).

Duthie, G.G., Crozier, A. (2000)  Plant-derived phenolic antioxidants.  Current Opinion in Lipidology 11, 43–47 (HN).

Kato, M., Mizuno, K., Crozier, A., Fujimura, T., Ashihara, H. (2000) Cloning a gene encoding caffeine synthase.  Nature 406, 957–958 (PA).

Koshiishi, C., Ito, E., Kato, A., Yoshida, Y., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2000) Purine alkaloid biosynthesis in young leaves of Camellia sinensis in light and darkness.  Journal of Plant Research 113, 217–221 (PA).

Noroozi, M., Burns, J., Crozier, A., Kelly, I.E., Lean, M.E.J. (2000)  Prediction of dietary flavonol consumption from fasting plasma concentration and urinary excretion.  European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 54, 143–149 (HN).

Sitbon, F., Åstot, C., Edlund, A., Crozier, A., Sandberg, G. (2000) The relative importance of tryptophan-dependent and tryptophan-independent biosynthesis of indole-3-acetic acid tobacco during vegetative growth. Planta 211, 715–721 (PH).

Stewart, A.J., Bozonnet, S., Mullen, W., Jenkins, G.I., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2000) Occurrence of flavonols in tomato fruits and tomato-based products.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 48, 2663–2669 (HN).

Waller, G.R., Ashihara, H., Baumann, T.W, Crozier, A., Suzuki, T. (2000)  Pathways involved in the metabolism of caffeine by Coffea and Camellia plants.  In: "Chemistry and Health, Benefits of Caffeinated Beverages" (T.H. Parliment, C.-T. Ho, P. Schieberle, eds.), American Chemical Society Symposium Series, pp. 9–19 (PA).

Young, J., Nielsen, S.E., Haraldsdáttir, J., Daneshvar, B., Lauridsen, S.T., Knutsen, P., Crozier, A., Sandström, B., Dragsted, L.O. (2000) Polfenoliske antioxidanter i frugjuice.  Journal of the Danish Medical Association 162, 1388–1392 (HN).

Ashihara, H., Crozier, A. (2001) Caffeine: a well known but little mentioned compound in plant science. Trends in Plant Science 6, 407–413 (PA).     

Burns, J., Crozier, A., Lean, M.E.J. (2001)  Alcohol consumption and mortality: Is wine different from other alcoholic beverages ?  Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease 11, 249–258 (HN).

Burns, J., Gardner, P.T., Matthews, D., Duthie, G.G., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2001)  Extraction of phenolics and changes in antioxidant activity of red wine during vinification.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 49, 5797–5808 (HN).

Koshiishi, C., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2001) Profiles of purine and pyrimidine nucleotides in fresh and manufactured tea leaves.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 49, 4378–4382 (PA).

Koshiishi, C., Kato, A., Yama, S., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2001) A new caffeine biosynthetic pathway in tea leaves: utilisation of adenosine released from the S-adenosyl-L-methionine cycle. FEBS Letters 499, 50–54 (PA).

Stewart, A.J., Chapman, W., Jenkins, G.I., Graham, I., Martin, T., Crozier A. (2001) The effect of nitrogen and phosphorus deficiency on flavonol accumulation in plant tissues.  Plant, Cell and Environment 24,1189–1197 (O).

Ashihara, H., Crozier, A. (2002)  Biosynthesis and catabolism of caffeine by low caffeine-containing species of Coffea. “Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Coffee Science”, Treiste. ASIC, Paris.  Published as a CD (PA).

Burns, J., Mullen, W., Landrault, W., Teissedre, P.-L., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2002)  Variations in the profile and content of anthocyanins in wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon and hybrid grapes.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50, 4096–4102 (HN).

Burns, J., Yokota, T., Ashihara, H., Lean, M.E.J. Crozier, A. (2002) Plant foods and herbal sources of resveratrol.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50, 3337–3340 (HN).

Mullen, W., Graf, B.A., Caldwell, S.T., Hartley, R.C., Duthie, G.G., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2002)  Determination of flavonol metabolites in plasma and tissues of rats by HPLC-radiocounting and tandem mass spectrometry following oral ingestion of [2-14C]quercetin-4'-glucoside.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50, 6902–6909 (HN).

Mullen, W., McGinn, J., Lean, M.EJ., MacLean, M.R., Gardner P., Duthie, G.G., Crozier, A. (2002) Ellagitannins, flavonoids and other phenolics in red raspberries and their contribution to antioxidant capacity and vasorelaxation properties. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50, 5191–5196 (HN).

Mullen, W., Stewart, A J., Lean, M.EJ., Gardner, P., Duthie, G.G., Crozier, A. (2002) Effect of freezing and storage on the phenolics, ellagitannins, flavonoids and antioxidant capacity of red raspberries.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50, 5197–5201(HN).

Mullen, W., Lean, M.EJ., Crozier, A. (2002) Rapid characterisation of anthocyanins in red raspberry fruit by HPLC coupled to a single quadrupole mass spectrometer.  Journal of Chromatography A. 966, 63–70 (HN).

Zheng, X.-Q., Ye, C.-X., Y., Kato, M., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2002) Theacrine (1,3,7,9-uric acid) synthesis in leaves of a Chinese tea, kucha (Camellia assamica var. kucha).  Phytochemistry 60, 129–134 (PA)

Aziz, A.A., Edwards, C.A., Cahill, A.P., Khan, K.M., Finlay, I.G., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2003) Absorption and excretion of the conjugated flavonols, quercetin-3,4'-diO-b-D-glucoside, quercetin-4'-O-b-D-glucoside and isorhamnetin-4'-O-b-D-glucoside, in human ileostomy volunteers after the consumption of onions. In: “Molecular and Therapeutic Aspects of Redox Biochemistry” (T. Bahorun, A. Gurib-Fakim eds.) OICA International, London, pp. 194–205 (HN).

Corder, R., Crozier, A., Kroon, P.A. (2003). Drinking your health? It’s too early to say.  Nature 426,119 (HN).

Crozier, A. (2003). Classification and biosynthesis of secondary plant products: An overview.  In: “Plants: Diet and Health”, (G. Goldberg, ed.) British Nutrition Foundation, Chapman Hall, London, pp. 27–48 (HN).

Crozier, A. (2003). Modern methods in phytochemical analysis.  Phytochemistry 64, 1172–1173 (HN)

Duthie, G.G., Crozier, A. (2003) Beverages. In: “Plants: Diet and Health”, (G. Goldberg, ed.) British Nutrition Foundation, Chapman Hall, London, pp. 147–182 (HN).

Keya, C.A., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2003) Inhibition of caffeine biosynthesis in tea (Camellia sinensis) and coffee (Coffea arabica) plants by ribavirin.  FEBS Letters 554, 473–477 (PA).

Luximon-Ramma, A., Bahorun, T., Crozier, A. (2003)  Antioxidant actions, phenolic and vitamin C composition of common Mauritian exotic fruits.  Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 83, 496–502 (HN).

Mullen, W., Hartley, R.C., Crozier, A. (2003) Detection and identification of 14C-labelled flavonol metabolites by HPLC-radio-counting and tandem mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A 1007, 21–29 (HN).

Mullen, W., Yokota, T., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2003) Analysis of elligitannins and conjugates of ellagic acid and quercetin in raspberry fruits by LC-MSnPhytochemistry 64, 617–624 (HN).

Saltmarch, M., Crozier, A., Radcliffe, B. (2003) Fruit and vegetables. In: “Plants: Diet and Health”, (G. Goldberg, ed.) British Nutrition Foundation, Chapman Hall, London, pp.107–133 (HN).

Serafini, M., Bugianesi, R., Maiani, G., Valteuna, S., De Santis, S., Crozier, A. (2003)  Plasma antioxidants from chocolate. Nature 424, 1013 (HN).

Serafini, M., Crozier, A. (2003) Milk and absorption of dietary flavanols - reply.  Nature 426, 787–788 (HN).

Bahorun, T., Luximon-Ramma, A., Crozier, A., Aruoma, O.I.  (2004) Total phenols, flavonoids, proanthocyanidins, vitamin C contents and antioxidant activities of Mauritian vegetable Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 84, 1553–1561 (HN).

Crozier, A., Borges, G., Stewart, A.J. (2004). Absorption, metabolism and potential bioavailability of dietary flavonols and anthocyanins. European Journal of Neutraceuticals and Functional Foods 15, 16–19 (HN).

Del Rio, D, Stewart, A.J., Mullen, W., Burns, J., Lean, M.E.J., Brighenti, F., Crozier, A. (2004)  HPLC-MSn analysis of phenolic compounds and purine alkaloids in green and black tea. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52, 2807–2815 (HN).

Huxley, R.R., Lean, M.E.J., A Crozier, A., John, J.H., Neil, H.A.W. (2004) Effect of dietary advice to increase fruit and vegetable consumption on plasma flavonol levels:  results from a randomised controlled intervention trial.  Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 58, 288–289 (HN).

Kroon, P.A., Clifford, M.N., Crozier, A., Day, A.J., Donovan, J.L., Monach, C., Williamson, G. (2004)  Based on in vivo data, how do we assess the effects of exposure to dietary polyphenols in vitro ? American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 80, 15–21 (HN).

Mullen, W., Boitier, A., Stewart, A.J., Crozier, A. (2004)  Flavonoid metabolites in human plasma and urine after consumption of red onions: analysis by HPLC with photodiode array and full scan tandem mass spectrometric detection.  Journal of Chromatography A 1058, 163–168 (HN).

Stewart, A.J., Crozier, A. (2004) Chlorogenic acids in coffee- absorption and excretion by humans. “Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Coffee Science”, Bangalore. ASIC, Paris.  Published as a CD

Beattie, J., Crozier, A., Duthie, G.G. (2005)  Potential health benefits of berries. Current Nutrition and Food Science 1, 71–86 (HN).

Graf, B.A., Mullen, W., Caldwell, S.T., Hartley, R.C., Duthie, G.G., Lean, M.E.J, Crozier, A., Edwards, C.A. (2005) Disposition and metabolism of dietary quercetin-4'-glucoside in rats. Drug Metabolism and Disposition 33, 1036–1043 (HN).

Luximon-Ramma, A., Bahorun, T., Crozier, A., Zbarsky, V., Datla, K.P., Dexter, D.T., Aruma, O.I (2005) Characterization of the antioxidant functions of flavonoids and proanthocyanidins in Mauritian black teas.  Food Research International 38, 357–367 (HN).

Serafini, M., Del Rio, D., Crozier, A., Benzie, I.F.F. (2005) Effect of changes in fruit and vegetable dietary intake on plasma antioxidant defenses in human.  American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 81, 531–532 (HN).

Stewart, A.J., Crozier, A. (2005) Chlorogenic acids in coffee – absorption and excretion by human volunteers“, Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Coffee Science”, Bangalore. ASIC, Paris.  Published as a CD (HN).

Stewart, A.J., Mullen W., Crozier, A. (2005) On-line HPLC analysis of the antioxidant activity of phenolic compounds in green and black tea. Molecular Nutrition Food Research 49, 52–60 (HN).

Tsang, C., Auger, C., Mullen, W., Bornet, A., Rouanet, J.-M., Crozier, A., Teissedre, P.-L. (2005)  The absorption, metabolism and excretion of flavan-3-ols and procyanidins following the ingestion of a grape seed extract by rats. British Journal of Nutrition 94, 170–181 (HN). 

Tsang, C., Higgins, S., Duthie, G.G., Duthie, S.J., Howie, M., Mullen, W., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2005) The influence of moderate red wine consumption on antioxidant status and indices of oxidative stress associated with coronary heart disease in healthy volunteers.  British Journal of Nutrition 93, 233–240 (HN).

Caldwell, S.T., Petersson, H.M., Farrugi, L.J., Mullen, W., Crozier, A., Hartley, R.C. (2006) Isotopic labeling of quercetin-3-glucoside. Tetrahedron 62, 7257–7265 (HN).

Corder, R., Mullen, W., Khan, N.Q., Marks, S.C., Wood, E.G., Carrier, M.J., Crozier, A. (2006) Red wine procyanidins and vascular health. Nature 444, 566 (HN).

Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2006) The cup that cheers. Caffeine biosynthesis: biochemistry and molecular biology. The Biochemist 28, 23–26 (PA).

Crozier, A., Jaganath, I.B., Clifford, M.N. (2006) Phenols, polyphenols and tannins: an overview. In “Plant Secondary Metabolites: Occurrence, Structure and Role in the Human Diet”, (A. Crozier, M.N. Clifford, H. Ashihara, eds.), Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 1–24 (HN).

Crozier, A., Yokota, T., Jaganath, I.B., Marks, S., Saltmarsh, M., Clifford, M.N. (2006) Secondary metabolites as dietary components in plant-based foods and beverages, in “Plant Secondary Metabolites: Occurrence, Structure and Role in the Human Diet”, (A. Crozier, M.N. Clifford, H. Ashihara, eds.), Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 208–302 (HN).

Duthie, S.J., Jenkinson, A.M., Crozier, A., Mullen, W., Pirie, L., Kyle, J., Yap, L.S, Christen, P., Duthie, G.G. (2006) The effects of cranberry juice consumption on antioxidant status and biomarkers relating to heart disease and cancer in healthy human volunteers. European Journal of Nutrition 45, 113–122 (HN).

Jaganath, I.B., Mullen, W., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2006) The relative contribution of the small and large intestine to the absorption and metabolism of rutin in man.  Free Radical Research 40, 1035–1046 (HN).

Luximon-Ramma, A., Bahorun, T., Crozier, A., Zbarsky, V., Datla, K.P., Dexter, D.T., Aruoma, O.I. (2006)  Assessment of the polyphenolic composition of organic extracts of Mauritian black tea: a potential contributor to the antioxidant functions of endemic teas. BioFactors 27, 79–91 (HN).

Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2006) HPLC-MS2 metabolite profiling of quercetin methyl-, glucuronyl-, glucosyl- and sulfo-conjugates in plasma and urine after the ingestion of onions by human volunteers. Journal of Oil Palm Research, Special Issue, pp. 65–80 (HN).

Mullen, W., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2006) Absorption, excretion and metabolic profiling of methyl-, glucuronyl-, glucosyl and sulpho-conjugates of quercetin in human plasma and urine after ingestion of onions.  British Journal of Nutrition 96, 107–116 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Mullen, W., Nagai, C., Crozier, A. (2006) On-line HPLC analysis of the antioxidant activity of phenolic compounds in brewed paper-filtered coffee.  Brasilian Journal of Plant Physiology 18, 253–262 (HN).

Zini, A., Del Rio, D., Stewart, A.J., Mandrioli, J., Merelli, E., Sola, P., Nicelli, P., Serafini, M., Brighenti, F., Edwards, C.A., Crozier A. (2006) Do flavan-3-ols from green tea reach the human brain? Nutritional Neuroscience 9, 57–61 (HN).

Borges, G., Roowi, S., Rouanet, J.-M., Duthie, G.G., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2007) The bioavailability of raspberry anthocyanins and ellagitannins in rats. Molecular Nutrition Food Research 51, 714–725 (HN).

Combet. E., Paterson, S., Iijima, K., Winter, J., Mullen, W., Crozier, A., Preston, T., McColl, K.E.L. (2007) Fat transforms ascorbic acid from inhibiting to promoting acid catalysed N-nitrosation. Gut 56, 1678–1684 (HN).

Marks, S.C., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2007) Flavonoid and chlorogenic acid profiles of English cider apples.  Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 87, 719–728. (HN).

Marks, S.C, Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2007) Flavonoid and hydroxycinnamate profiles of English apple ciders. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55, 8723–8730 (HN).

Mullen, W., Marks, S.C., Crozier A. (2007) An evaluation of flavonoids and phenolic compounds in commercial fruit juices and juice drinks. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55, 3148–3157 (HN).

Ashihara, H., Sano, H., Crozier, A. (2008) Caffeine and related purine alkaloids:  Biosynthesis, catabolism, function and genetic engineering.  Phytochemistry 69, 841–856 (PA).

Auger, C., Hara, Y., Crozier, A. (2008) Bioavailability of Polyphenon E flavan-3-ols in humans with an ileostomy.  Journal of Nutrition 138, 1535S–1542S (HN).

Gauliard, B., Grieve, D., Wilson, R., Crozier, A., Jenkins, C., Mullen, W., Lean, M.E.J. (2008)  The effects of dietary phenolic compounds on cytokine and antioxidant production by A549 cells. Journal of Medicinal Food 11, 382–384 (HN).

Haleem, M.A., Barton, K.L., Borges, G., Crozier, A., Anderson, A.S. (2008) Increasing antioxidant intake from fruits and vegetables - practical possibilities in the Scottish population. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 21, 539–546 (HN).

Jaganath, I., Crozier, A. (2008) Overview of health promoting compounds in fruits and vegetables.  In: Improving the Health-Promoting Compounds of Fruits and Vegetables, (F. Tomás Barberán, M.I. Gil, eds), Woodhead Publishing Ltd., pp. 3–37 (HN).

Jordão, A., Ricardo da Silva, J., Laureano, O., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2008) Effect of ellagitannins, ellagic acid and some volatile compounds from oak wood on (+)-catechin, procyanidin B1 and malvidin-3-glucoside of model wine solutions. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research 14, 260–270 (HN).

Mullen, W., Archeveque, M.-A., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2008) Bioavailability and metabolism of orange juice flavanones in humans: impact of a full fat yogurt. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56, 11157–11164 (HN).

Mullen, W., Edwards, C.A., Serafini, M., Crozier, A. (2008)  Bioavailability of pelargonidin-3-glucoside and its metabolites in humans following the ingestion of strawberries with and without cream. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56, 713–719 (HN)

Mullen, W., Rouanet, J.-M., Auger, C., Teissedre, P.-L., Caldwell, S.T., Hartley, R.C., Lean, M.E.J., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2008) The bioavailability of [2-14C]quercetin-4¢-glucoside in rats. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 56, 12127–12137 (HN).

Crozier, A. (2009) Bearing fruit. Chemical Biology 4, B37.

Crozier, A. (2009). Dietary phenolics, absorption, mammalian and microbial metabolism and colonic health. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 53, S5–S6 (HN).

Crozier, A., Jaganath, I.B., Clifford M.N. (2009) Dietary phenolics: chemistry, bioavailability and effects on health.  Natural Product Reports 26, 1001–1043 (HN).

Jaganath, I.B., Crozier, A. (2009). Overview of health promoting compounds in fruits and vegetables.  In: Phenolic Compounds of Plant Origin and Health: The Biochemistry Behind their Nutritional and Pharmacological Value, (C. Fraga, ed.) Wiley, Chichester, pp 1–48 (HN).

Jaganath, I.B., Mullen, W., Lean, M.E.J., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2009) In vitro catabolism of rutin by human fecal bacteria and the antioxidant capacity of its catabolites Free Radical Biology and Medicine 47, 1180–1189. (HN).

Marks, S.C., Mullen, W., Borges, G., Crozier, A. (2009) Absorption, metabolism and excretion of cider dihydrochalcones in health humans and subjects with an ileostomy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 57, 2009–2015 (HN).

Mullen, W., Borges, G., Donovan J.L., Edwards, C.A., Serafini. M., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2009) Milk decreases urinary excretion but not plasma pharmacokinetics of cocoa flavan-3-ol metabolites in humans. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 89, 1784–1791 (HN).

Roowi, S., Mullen, W., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2009) Yoghurt impacts on the excretion of phenolic acids derived from colonic breakdown of orange juice flavanones in humans. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 53 (S2), S68–S75 (HN).

Renouf, M., Guy, P., Marmet, C., Fraering, A.L., Stalmach, A., Mullen, W., Cavin, C., Dionisi, F., Williamson, G, Crozier, A., Steiling, H. (2009) Metabolism of chlorogenic acids after coffee ingestion in ileostomy and healthy subjects.  Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Coffee Science. ASIC, Paris, pp.110–117 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Mullen, W., Barron, D., Uchida, K., Yokota, T., Steiling, H., Williamson, G., Crozier, A. (2009) Metabolite profiling of hydroxycinnamate derivatives in plasma and urine following the ingestion of coffee by humans: identification of biomarkers of coffee consumption. Drug Metabolism and Disposition 37, 1759–1768 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Mullen, W., Pecorari, M., Serafini, M., Crozier, A. (2009) Bioavailability of C-linked dihydrochalcone and flavanone glucosides in humans following ingestion of unfermented and fermented rooibos teas. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 57, 7104–7111 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Troufflard, S., Serafini M., Crozier, A. (2009)  Absorption, metabolism and excretion of Choladi green tea flavan-3-ols by humans. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 53 (Suppl. 1), S44–S53 (HN).

Yokoyama, A., Sakakibara, H., Crozier, A., Kawai, Y., Matsui, A., Terao, J., Kumazawa, S., Shimoi, K. (2009) Quercetin metabolites and protection against peroxynitrite-induced oxidative hepatic injury in rats.  Free Radical Research 43, 913–921 (HN).

Ashihara, H., Deng, W., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2010) Distribution and biosynthesis of flavan-3-ols in Camellia sinensis seedlings and expression of genes encoding biosynthetic enzymes.  Phytochemistry 71, 559–566. (PA).

Ashihara, H., Kato, M., Crozier, A. (2010) Distribution, biosynthesis and catabolism of methylxanthines in plants. In:  "Methylxanthines", (B. Fedholm, ed.), Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology, Vol. 200, Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 11–31 (PA).

Bahorun, T., Luximon-Ramma, A., Gunness, T.K., Sookar, D., Bhoyroo, S., Jugessur, R., Reebye, D., Googoolye, K., Crozier, A., Aruoma, O.J. (2010) Black tea reduces uric acid and C-reactive protein levels in humans susceptible to cardiovascular disease. Toxicology 278, 68–74 (HN).

Borges, G., Degeneve, A., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2010) Identification of flavonoid and phenolic antioxidants in blackcurrants, blueberries, raspberries, redcurrants and cranberries. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 3901–3909 (HN).

Borges, G., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2010) Comparison of the polyphenolic composition and antioxidant activity of European commercial fruit juices. Food and Function, 1, 73–83 (HN).

Borges, G., Mullen, W., Mullan, A., Lean, M.E.J., Roberts, S.A., Crozier, A. (2010) Bioavailability of multiple components following acute ingestion of a polyphenol-rich drink. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 54 (Suppl. 2), S268–S277 (HN).

Chapman, M.H., Kajihara, M., Borges, G., O'Beirne, J., Patch, D., Dhillon, A.P., Crozier, A., Morgan, M.Y. (2010) Severe, acute liver injury and Khat leaves. New England Journal of Medicine, 362, 1642–1644 (O).

Combet, E., El Mesmari, A., Preston, T., Crozier, A., McColl, K.E.L. (2010) Dietary phenolic acids and ascorbic acid: influence on acid-catalysed nitrosative chemistry in presence and absence of lipids. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 48, 763–771 (HN).

Crozier, A., Borges, G., Ryan, D. (2010) The glass that cheers: Phenolic and polyphenolic constituents and the beneficial effects of moderate red wine consumption. The Biochemist 32, 4–9 (HN).

Crozier, A., Del Rio, D., Clifford, M.N. (2010) Bioavailability of dietary flavonoids and phenolic compounds. Molecular Aspects of Medicine 31, 446–467 (HN).

Del Rio, D., Borges, G., Crozier, A. (2010) Berry flavonoids and phenolics: bioavailability and evidence of protective effects. British Journal of Nutrition 104 (Suppl. 3), S67–S90 (HN).

Del Rio, D., Costa, L.G., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2010)  Polyphenols and health: what compounds are involved.  Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease 20, 1–6 (HN).

Del Rio, D., Stalmach, A., Calani, L., Crozier, A. (2010)  Bioavailability of coffee chlorogenic acids and green tea flavan-3-ols. Nutrients, 2, 820–833 (HN).

Fumeaux, R., Menozzi-Smarrito, C., Stalmach, A., Munari, C., Kraehenbuehl, K., Steiling, H., Crozier, A., Williamson, G., Barron, D. (2010) First synthesis, characterization and evidence for the presence in hydroxycinnamic acid sulfate and glucuronide conjugates in human biological fluids as a result of coffee consumption. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 8, 5199–5211 (HN).

González-Barrio, R., Borges, G., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2010) Bioavailability of raspberry anthocyanins and ellagitannins following consumption of raspberries by healthy humans and subjects with an ileostomy. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 3933–3939  (HN).

Mullen, W., Borges, G., Lean, M.E.J., Roberts, S.A., Crozier, A. (2010)  Identification of flavonoid and phenolic metabolites in human plasma and urine after consumption of a polyphenol-rich drink.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 2586–2595 (HN).

Mullen, W., Larcombe, S., Arnold, K., Welchman, H., Crozier, A. (2010) Use of accurate mass full scan mass spectrometry for the analysis of anthocyanins in berries and berry-fed tissues. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 3910–3915 (HN).

Roowi, S., Stalmach, A., Mullen. W., Lean, M.E.J., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2010) Green tea flavan-3-ols: colonic degradation and urinary excretion of catabolites by humans. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 1296–1304 (HN).

Rouanet, J.-M., Décordé, K., Del Rio, D., Auger, C., Borges, G., Cristol, J.-P., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2010) Berry juices, teas, antioxidants and the prevention of atherosclerosis in hamsters. Food Chemistry 118, 266–271 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Mullen, W., Steiling, H., Williamson, G., Crozier, A. (2010) Absorption, metabolism, efflux and excretion of green tea flavan-3-ols in humans with an ileostomy. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 54, 323–334 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Steiling, H., Williamson, G., Crozier, A. (2010)  Bioavailability of chlorogenic acids following acute ingestion of coffee by humans with an ileostomy. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 501, 98–105 (HN).

Troufflard, S., Mullen, W., Larson, T.R., Graham, I.A., Crozier, A., Amtmann, A., Armengaud, P. (2010) Potassium deficiency induces the biosynthesis of oxylipins and glucosinolates in Arabidopsis thaliana. BMC Plant Biology 10:172, doi:10.1186/1471-2229-10-172 (O).

Villaño, D., Pecorari, M., Testa, M. F., Raguzzini, A., Stalmach, A., Crozier, A., Tubili, C., and Serafini, M. (2010) Unfermented and fermented rooibos teas (Aspalathus linearis) increase plasma total antioxidant capacity in healthy humans. Food Chemistry 123, 679–683 (HN).

Wong, C.C., Meinl, W., Glatt, H., Barron, D., Stalmach, A., Steiling, H., Crozier, A., Williamson G. (2010) Conjugation of hydroxycinnamic acids by human UDP-glucuronosyltransferases and sulfotransferases in vitro and in vivoJournal of Nutritional Biochemistry 21, 1060–1068 (HN).

Wright, B., Moraes, L.A., Kemp, C.F., Mullen, W., Crozier, A., Lovegrove, J.A., Gibbins, J.M. (2010) A structural basis for the inhibition of collagen-stimulated platelet function by quercetin and structurally related flavonoids. British Journal of Pharmacology 159, 1312–1325 (HN).

Abalat, A., Mullen, W., Crozier, A., Atkinso, R.J.A., Coombs, G., Neil D. (2011) Quality changes in chilled Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) tail meat and the effects of delayed icing.  Journal of Food Science and Technology 46, 1413–1421 (O).

AlGamdi, N., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2011) Tea prepared from Anastatica hirerochuntica seeds contains a diversity of antioxidant flavonoids, chlorogenic acids and phenolic compounds. Phytochemistry 72, 248–254. (HN).

Ashihara, H., Kato, M., Crozier, A. (2011) Distribution, biosynthesis and catabolism of methylxanthines in plants. Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology 200, 11–31 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Ogita, S., Crozier, A. (2011) Purine alkaloid metabolism. In: "Plant Metabolism and Biotechnology", (H. Ashihara, A. Crozier, A. Komamine, eds.), Wiley, Chichester, pp. 155–181 (PA).

Broekhuizen, L., van Wijk, D., Vink, H., Stalmach, A., Crozier, A., Hutten, B., Kattelein, J., Hugenholtz, P., Stroes, E., Koenig, W. (2011) Reduction of monocyte chemoattractant protein1 and macrophage migration inhibitory factor by a polyphenol-rich extract in subjects with clustered cardiometabolic risk factor.  British Journal of Nutrition, 106, 1416–1422. (HN).

Combet, E., Davidson, F., Boyle, J., Lean, M.E.J, Crozier, A. (2011) Dietary flavonols contribute to false-positive elevation of homovanillic acid, a marker of catecholamine-secreting tumours. Clinica Chimica Acta 412, 165–169. (HN).

Crozier, A., Borges, G. (2011) (Poly)phenolic constituents and the beneficial effects of moderate red wine consumption. Journal of Wine Research 22, 131–134. (HN).

González-Barrio, R., Edwards, C.A., Crozier, A. (2011) Colonic catabolism of ellagitannins, ellagic acid and raspberry anthocyanins: in vivo and in vitro studies.  Drug Metabolism and Disposition 39, 1680–1688 (HN).

Jaganath, I.B., Crozier, A. (2011) Flavonoid metabolism.  In: "Plant Metabolism and Biotechnology", H. Ashihara, A. Crozier, A. Komamine (eds.). Wiley, Chichester, pp. 285–312 (O).

Lotitto, S., Zhang, W.-J., Yang, C.S., Crozier, A., Frei, B. (2011) Metabolic conversion of flavonoids alters their biological activity. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 51, 454–463 (HN).

Omar, M.H., Mullen, W., Crozier, A. (2011) Identification of proanthocyanidin dimers and trimers, flavones C-glycosides and antioxidants in Ficus deltoidea, a Malaysian herbal tea. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 54, 1363–1369 (HN).

Roowi, S. and Crozier, A. (2011)  Flavonoids in tropical citrus. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 59, 12217–12225 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Edwards, C.A., Wightman, J., Crozier, A. (2011) Identification of (poly)phenolic compounds in Concord grape juice and their metabolites in human plasma and urine after juice consumption. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 59, 9512–9522 (HN).

Suh, J.-H., Romain, C., González-Barrio, R., Cristol, J.-P., Teissèdre, P.-L., Crozier, A., Rouanet, J.-M. (2011) Raspberry juices consumption, oxidative stress and early atherosclerosis prevention in hypercholesterolemic golden Syrian hamsters.  Food and Function 2, 400–405 (HN).

Verzelloni, E., Pellacani, C., Tagliazucchi, D., Tagliaferri, S., Calani, L., Costa, L.G., Brighenti, F., Borges, G., Crozier, A., Conte, A., Del Rio, D. (2011) Antiglycative and neuroprotective activity of colon-derived polyphenol catabolites. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research 55 (Suppl. 1), S35–S43 (HN).

Bahorun, T., Luximon-Ramma, A., Neerghen-Bhujun, V.S., Gunness, T.K., Googoolye, K., Auger, C., Crozier, A., Aruma, O.I. (2012)  The effect of black tea on risk factors of cardiovascular disease in a normal population.  Preventive Medicine 54, S98–S102 (HN).

Borges, G., Crozier A. (2012) HPLC-PDA-MS fingerprinting to assess the authenticity of pomegranate beverages. Food Chemistry 135, 1863–1867(HN).

Brown, E.M., McDougall, G.J., Stewart, D., Caro Pereira, G., González-Barrio, R., Allsopp, P., Magee, P., Crozier, A., Rowland, I., Gill, C.I.R. (2012) Persistence of anticancer activity in berry extracts after simulated gastrointestinal digestion and colonic fermentation. PLOS ONE, 7, e49740 (HN).

Crozier, A., Clifford, M.N., Del Rio, D. (2012) Bioavailability of dietary monomeric and polymeric flavan-3-ols. In: Bioavailability and Function of Flavonoids (J.P.E., Spencer, A.Crozier, eds.). Oxidative Stress and Disease, Vol. 30 (L. Packer, H. Cadenas, series editors) CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp.45–78 (HN).

Crozier, T.W.M., Stalmach, A., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2012) Espresso coffees, caffeine and chlorogenic acid intake: Potential health implications.  Food and Function 3, 30–33 (HN).

Clifford, M.C., Crozier, A. (2012) Phytochemicals in teas and tisanes and their bioavailability. In: Teas, Cocoa and Coffee: Plant Secondary Metabolites and Health (A. Crozier, H. Ashihara, F. Tomás-Barbéran, eds.) Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 45–98 (HN).

Derlindati, E., Dall’Asta, M., Ardigò, D., Brighenti, F., Zavaroni, I., Crozier, A. Del Rio, D. (2012) Quercetin-3-O-glucuronide affects gene expression profile of M1 and M2a human macrophages exhibiting anti-inflammatory effects.  Food and Function 3, 1144–1152 (HN).

Lean, M.E.J., Ashihara, H., Clifford, M.N., Crozier, A. (2011) Purine alkaloids: a focus on caffeine and related compounds in beverages. In: Teas, Cocoa and Coffee: Plant Secondary Metabolites and Health. (A. Crozier, H. Ashihara, F. Tomás-Barbéran, eds.) Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 25–44 (HN).

Lean, M.E.J, Crozier, A. (2012) Caffeine and health: Not all coffees are the same.  Maturitas 72, 171–172 (HN).

Mena, P., Calani, L., Dall'Asta, C., Galaverna, G., Garcia-Viguera, C., Bruni, R., Crozier, A., Del Rio, D. (2012) Rapid comprehensive evaluation of (poly)phenolic compounds in pomegranate juice by UHPLC-MSnMolecules 17, 14821–14840 (HN).

Omar, M.H., Mullen, W., Stalmach, A., Auger, C., Rouanet, J.-M., Teissedre, P.-L., Caldwell, S.T., Hartley, R.C., Crozier, A. (2012) Bioavailability of [3-14C]trans-caffeic acid in rats. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 60, 5205–5213 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Clifford, M.N., Williamson, G., Crozier A. (2012) Phytochemicals in coffee and the bioavailability of chlorogenic acids. In: Teas, Cocoa and Coffee: Plant Secondary Metabolites and Health. (A. Crozier, H. Ashihara, F. Tomás-Barbéran, eds.) Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp.  143–168 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Edwards, C.A., Wightman, J., Crozier, A. (2012) Gastrointestinal stability and bioavailability of (poly)phenolic compounds following ingestion of Concord grape juice by humans. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 56, 497–509 (HN).

Suri, R., Crozier, A. (2012) Free phenolic acids in human urine after drinking coffee rich in chlorogenic acids. Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Science 40, 221-232 (HN).

Tognolini, M., Giorgio, C., Mohamed, I.H., Barocelli, E., Calani, L., Reynaud, Dangles, O., Borges, G., Crozier, A., Brighenti, F., Del Rio, D. (2012).  Perturbation of the EphA2–EphrinA1 system in human prostate cancer cells by colonic (poly)phenol catabolites. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 60, 8877–8884 (HN).

Tomás-Barbéran, F., Borges, G., Crozier A. (2012) Phytochemicals in cocoa and the bioavailability of flavan-3-ols. In: Teas, Cocoa and Coffee: Plant Secondary Metabolites and Health. (A. Crozier, H. Ashihara, F. Tomás-Barbéran, eds.) Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp. 193–217 (HN).

Yin, Y., Borges, G., Sakuta, M., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2012) Effect of phosphate deficiency on the content and biosynthesis of anthocyanins, and expression of related genes in suspension-cultured grape (Vitis sp.) cells.  Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 55, 77–84 (O).

Ashihara, H., Yokota, T., Crozier, A. (2013) Purine alkaloids, cytokinins and purine-like neurotoxin alkaloids. In: Handbook of Natural Products – Phytochemistry, Botany, Metabolism. Volume 1, Alkaloids (K.G. Ramawat, M. Henry, J.-M. Merillon, eds.) Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 953–975 (PA).

Ashihara, H., Yokota, T., Crozier, A. (2013) Biosynthesis of alkaloids in plants, (N. Guivarc’h ed.)  Advances in Botanical Research Vol. 68, 111–138 (PA).

Borges, G., Lean, M.E.J., Roberts, S.A., Crozier, A. (2013) Bioavailability of dietary (poly)phenols: a study with ileostomists to discriminate between absorption in the small and large intestine.  Food and Function 4, 754–762 (HN).

Clifford, M.N., van der Hooft, J.J.J., Crozier, A. (2013) Human studies on the absorption, disposition metabolism and excretion of tea polyphenols. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 98, 1619S–1630S (HN).

Crozier A. (2013)  (Editorial) Absorption, metabolism and excretion of (-)-epicatechin in humans: an evaluation of recent findings.  American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 98, 98, 861-862 (HN).

Del Rio, D., Rodrigues-Mateos, A.M., Spencer, J.P.E., Tognolini, M., Borges, G., Crozier, A. (2013)  Dietary (poly)phenolics in human health and disease: structures, bioavailability, evidence of protective effects and potential mechanisms.  Antioxidants and Redox Signaling 18, 1818-1892 (HN).

Ludwig, I.A., de Peña, M., Cid, C., Crozier, A. (2013) Catabolism of coffee chlorogenic acids by human colonic microbiota.  Biofactors 39, 623–632 (HN). (Biofactors Young Investigator Award for 2013 – I.A. Ludwig).

Pereira-Caro, G., Borges, G., Nagai, C., Jackson, M.C., Yokota, T., Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. (2013). Profiles of phenolic compounds and purine alkaloids during the development of Theobroma cacao seeds.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61, 427–434 (HN).

Pereira-Caro, G., Cros, G., Crozier, A., (2013). The phytochemical profile of black, red, brown and white rice from the Camargue Region of France.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 61, 7976-7986 (HN).

Pereira-Caro, G., Watanabe, S., Crozier, A., Fujimura, T, Yokota, T., Ashihara, H. (2013) Phytochemical profile of a Japanese black-purple rice. Food Chemistry 141, 2821–2827 (HN).

Ruotolo, R., Calani, L., Fietta, E., Brighenti, F., Crozier, A., Meda, C., Maggi, A., Ottonello, S., Del Rio, D. (2013). Anti-estrogenic activity of a human resveratrol metabolite.  Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 23, 1086-1092 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Edwards, C.A., Wightman, J., Crozier, A. (2013). Colonic catabolism of dietary (poly)phenolic compounds from Concord grapes. Food and Function 4, 52–62 (HN).

Brown, E.M., Latimer, C., McDougall, G.J., Stewart, D., Crozier, A., Rowland, I., Gill C.I.R. (2014). In vitro and in vivo models of colorectal cancer: anti-genotoxic activity of berries. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62, 3852-3866 (HN).

Brown, E.M., Nitecki, S., Pereira-Caro, G., McDougall G.J., Stewart, D., Rowland, I., Crozier, A., Gill C.I.R. (2014). The comparability of in vivo and in vitro digestion of lignonberries: impact on bioactivity. Biofactors 40, 611–623 (HN).

Calani, L., Ounnas, F., Bresciani, L., Scazzina, F., Brighenti, F., de Logeril, M., Melegari, C., Crozier, A., Del Rio, D. (2014)  Bioavailability and metabolism of phenolic compounds in rats fed durum wheat aleurone fractions.  Food and Function 5, 1738-1746 (HN).

Escudero-López, Calani, L., Fernández-Pachón, Ortega, Á., Brighenti, F., Crozier, A., Del Rio, D. (2014) Absorption, metabolism and excretion of fermented orange juice (poly)phenols in rats.  Biofactors 40, 327- 335 (HN).

Ky, I., Crozier, A., Cros, G., Teissedre, P.-L. (2014). Polyphenol composition of wine and grape sub-products and potential effects on chronic diseases.  Nutrition and Aging 2, 165-177 (HN).

Ky, I., Lorrain, B., Kolbas, N., Crozier, A., Teissedre, P.-L. (2014).  Mediterranean wine by-products: phenolic characterization and antioxidant evaluation of grapes and grape pomaces. Molecules 19, 482–506 (HN).

Ludwig, I.A., Clifford, M.N., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2014) Coffee: biochemistry and potential impact on health. Food and Function 5, 1696-1717 (HN).

Ludwig, I.A., Mena, P., Calani, L., Cid, C., Del Rio, D., Lean, M.E.J., Crozier, A. (2014) Variations in the caffeine and chlorogenic acid content of coffees: what are we drinking ?  Food and Function 5, 1718-1726 (HN).

McDougall, G.J., Conner, S., Pereira-Caro, G., González-Barrio, R., Brown, E.M., Verrall, S., Stewart, D., Moffet, T., Lawther, R., O’Connor, G., Rowland, I., Crozier, A., Gill, C.I.R. (2014) Tracking (poly)phenol components from raspberries in ileal fluid. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62, 7631-7641 (HN).

Pereira-Caro, G., Borges, G., van der Hooft, J., Clifford, M.N., Lean, M.E.J., Del Rio, D., Roberts, S.A., Kallerhals, M., Crozier, A. (2014) Orange juice (poly)phenols are highly bioavailable. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 100, 1385–1391 (HN).

Pleuso, I., Villano, D.V., Roberts, S.A., Raguzzini, A., Borges, G., Crozier, A. Catasta, G., Toti, E., Serafini, M. (2014). Consumption of mixed fruit-juice drink and vitamin C reduces postcrandial induced by a high fat meal in health overweight subjects. Current Pharmacological Design 20, 1020–1024 (HN).

Rodrigues-Mateos, A.M., Heiss, C., Borges, G., Crozier, A. (2014)  Cardioprotective effects of berry (poly)phenols. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 62, 3842-3851(HN).

Rodrigues-Mateos, A.M., Vauzour, D., Kreuger, C.G., Shanmuganayagam, D., Reed, D., Canali, L., Mena, P., Del Rio, D., Crozier, A. (2014)  Flavonoids and related compounds, bioavailability bioactivity and impact on human health: an update. Archives of Toxicology 88, 1803-1853 (HN).

Ruotolo, R., Calani, L., Brighenti, F., Crozier, A., Ottonella, S., Del Rio D. (2014) Glucuronidation does not suppress the estrogenic activity of quercetin in yeast and human breast cancer cell model systems. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 559, 62-67. (HN).

Ruotolo, R., Calani, L., Fietta, E., Brighenti, F., Crozier, A., Meda, C., Magi, A., Ottonella, S., Del Rio D. (2014) Anti-estrogenic activity of a human resveratrol metabolite. Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases 23, 1086–1092 (HN).

Stalmach, A., Williamson, G., Crozier, A. (2014) Impact of dose on the bioavailability of coffee chlorogenic acids in humans. Food and Function 5, 1727-1737 (HN).

Actis-Goretta, L., Dew, T.P., Lévèsques, A., Pereira-Caro, G., Rein, M, Temi, A., Schäfer, C., Hofmann, U., Schwab, M., Eichelbaum, M., Crozier, A., Williamson, G. (2015) Gastrointestinal absorption and metabolism of hesperetin-7-O-rutinoside and hesperetin-7-O-glucoside in healthy humans. Molecular Nutrition Food Research, doi: 10.1002/mnfr.201500202 (HN).

Ashihara, H., Ludwig, I.A., Katahira, R., Yokota, T., Fujimura, T., Crozier, A. (2015) Biosynthesis of Trigonelline and nicotinic acid metabolites: occurrence, biosynthesis, taxonomic considerations and their roles in planta and human health. Phytochemistry Reviews, in press (HN).

Ludwig, I.A., Clifford, M.N., Lean, M.E. J., Crozier, A. (2015) Coffee. In: Handbook of Functional Beverages and Human Health (Alasalvar, C., Shahidi, F., eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, in press (HN).

Monente, C., Ludwig, I.A., Stalamch, A., Paz de Peña, M.,Cid, C., Crozier, A. (2015) In vitro studie son the stability in the gastrointestinal tract and bioassessibility of in Caco-2 cells of chlorogenic acids from spent coffee grounds. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, in press (HN).

Pereira-Caro, G., Borges, G., Ky, I., Ribas, A., Del Rio, D., Clifford, M.N., Roberts, S.A., Crozier, A. (2015) In vitro colonic catabolism of orange juice (poly)phenols. Molecular Nutrition Food Research 59, 465-475 (HN).

Pereira-Caro, G., Oliver, C.M., Weerakkody, R., Singh, T., Conlon, M., Borges, G., Sanguansri, L., Lockett, T., Roberts, S.A., Crozier, A., Augustin, M.A. (2015) Chronic administration of a microencapsulated probiotic enhances bioavailability of orange juice flavanones in humans. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 84, 206–214(HN).

Sala, R., Mena, P., Savi, M., Brighenti, F., Crozier, A., Miragoli, M., Stilli, D., Del Rio, D. (2015) Urolithins at physiological concentrations affect the levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines and growth factor in cultured cardiac cells in hyperglucidic conditions. Journal of Functional Foods 15, 97–105 (HN).

Ludwig IA, Mena P, Calani L, Borges G, Pereira-Caro G, Bresciani L, Del Rio D, Lean ME, Crozier A. New insights into the bioavailability of red raspberry anthocyanins and ellagitannins. Free Radic Biol Med. 2015 Oct 17;89:758-769. [PubMed]

Ottaviani JI, Borges G, Momma TY, Spencer JP, Keen CL, Crozier A, Schroeter H. The metabolome of [2-(14)C](-)-epicatechin in humans: implications for the assessment of efficacy, safety, and mechanisms of action of polyphenolic bioactives. Sci Rep. 2016 Jul 1;6:29034. [Pubmed]

Books

Crozier, A. (editor) (1983).  The Biochemistry and Physiology of Gibberellins Vol.  1.  Praeger, New York (ISBN: 0-03-059054-X) (PH).

Crozier, A. (editor) (1983).  The Biochemistry and Physiology of Gibberellins Vol.  2.  Praeger, New York (ISBN: 0-03-59056-6) (PH).

Crozier, A., Hillman, J.R. (editors) (1984).  The Biosynthesis and Metabolism of Plant Hormones.  Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series No. 23.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (ISBN: 0-521-26424-3) (PH).

Rivier, L., Crozier. A. (editors) (1987).  Principles and Practice of Plant Hormone Analysis Vol. 1: Theoretical Considerations, Gibberellins, Abscisic Acid and Related Compounds.  Academic Press, London (ISBN: 0-12-198375-7) (PH).

Rivier, A., Crozier, A. (editors) (1987).  Principles and Practice of Plant Hormone Analysis Vol. 2: Cytokinins, Indole-3-acetic acid and Related Compounds, Ethylene.  Academic Press, London  (ISBN: 0-12-198376-5) (PH).

Crozier, A., Clifford, M.N., Ashihara, H. (editors) (2006). Plant Secondary Metabolites: Occurrence, Structure and Role in the Human Diet.  Blackwell Publishing, Oxford (ISBN: 1405125098) (HN).

Ashihara, H., Crozier, A., Komamine, A. (editors) (2011). "Plant Metabolism and Biotechnology", Wiley, Chichester (ISBN: 9780470747032)  (O).

Crozier, A., Ashihara, H. Tomás-Barbéran, F. (editors) (2012). Teas, Cocoa and Coffee: Plant Secondary Metabolites and Health. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford (ISBN: 9781444334418) (HN).

Spencer J.P.E., Crozier, A. (editors) (2012). Bioavailability and Function of Flavonoids. In Oxidative Stress and Disease, Vol. 30 (L. Packer and H. Cadenas, series editors) CRC Press, Boca Raton, (ISBN: 9781439848265) (HN).

Jaiswal, R., Clifford, M.N, Crozier, A., Kuhnert, N. (2015).  Chlorogenic Acids: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Dietary Significance. Wiley, Chichester, in preparation (HN).

Journals

Crozier, A. (guest editor) (2009)  Dietary phenolics, absorption, mammalian metabolism and colonic health. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 53, Supplement 1/09.