Bernadine M Flanagan


Affiliation: University of Queensland
Country: Australia


  1. Feng G, Flanagan B, Williams B, Mikkelsen D, Yu W, Gidley M. Extracellular depolymerisation triggers fermentation of tamarind xyloglucan and wheat arabinoxylan by a porcine faecal inoculum. Carbohydr Polym. 2018;201:575-582 pubmed publisher
    ..Acetate and propionate are the main fermentation products and are produced concurrently with polysaccharide depletion. Butyrate, however, is produced more slowly consistent with it being a secondary metabolite. ..
  2. Gartaula G, Dhital S, Netzel G, Flanagan B, Yakubov G, Beahan C, et al. Quantitative structural organisation model for wheat endosperm cell walls: Cellulose as an important constituent. Carbohydr Polym. 2018;196:199-208 pubmed publisher
  3. Zhang B, Dhital S, Flanagan B, Luckman P, Halley P, Gidley M. Extrusion induced low-order starch matrices: Enzymic hydrolysis and structure. Carbohydr Polym. 2015;134:485-96 pubmed publisher
  4. Gunness P, Flanagan B, Mata J, Gilbert E, Gidley M. Molecular interactions of a model bile salt and porcine bile with (1,3:1,4)-β-glucans and arabinoxylans probed by (13)C NMR and SAXS. Food Chem. 2016;197:676-85 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus intermolecular interactions between SDF and BS depend on both SDF source and its molecular weight and may occur alone or in combination. ..
  5. Warren F, Gidley M, Flanagan B. Infrared spectroscopy as a tool to characterise starch ordered structure--a joint FTIR-ATR, NMR, XRD and DSC study. Carbohydr Polym. 2016;139:35-42 pubmed publisher
    ..We demonstrate that FTIR is a tool that can quantitatively probe short range interactions in starch structure. However, the assumptions of linear relationships between starch ordered structure and peak ratios are overly simplistic. ..