Maiken Ueland
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In vitro volatile organic compound profiling using GC× GC-TOFMS to differentiate bacteria associated with lung infections: a proof-of-concept study
KD Nizio, KA Perrault, AN Troobnikoff, M Ueland, S Shoma, JR Iredell, ...
Journal of breath research 10 (2), 026008, 2016
Capillary-driven microfluidic paper-based analytical devices for lab on a chip screening of explosive residues in soil
M Ueland, L Blanes, RV Taudte, BH Stuart, N Cole, P Willis, C Roux, ...
Journal of Chromatography A 1436, 28-33, 2016
Profiling the decomposition odour at the grave surface before and after probing
SL Forbes, AN Troobnikoff, M Ueland, KD Nizio, KA Perrault
Forensic science international 259, 193-199, 2016
A comparison of human and pig decomposition rates and odour profiles in an Australian environment
Z Knobel, M Ueland, KD Nizio, D Patel, SL Forbes
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 51 (5), 557-572, 2019
Forensic decomposition odour profiling: A review of experimental designs and analytical techniques
MA Iqbal, KD Nizio, M Ueland, SL Forbes
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 91, 112-124, 2017
The analysis of textiles associated with decomposing remains as a natural training aid for cadaver-detection dogs
KD Nizio, M Ueland, BH Stuart, SL Forbes
Forensic Chemistry 5, 33-45, 2017
The interactive effect of the degradation of cotton clothing and decomposition fluid production associated with decaying remains
M Ueland, KD Nizio, SL Forbes, BH Stuart
Forensic science international 255, 56-63, 2015
Bacterial populations associated with early-stage adipocere formation in lacustrine waters
M Ueland, HA Breton, SL Forbes
International journal of legal medicine 128 (2), 379-387, 2014
A rapid chemical odour profiling method for the identification of rhinoceros horns
M Ueland, K Ewart, AN Troobnikoff, G Frankham, RN Johnson, SL Forbes
Forensic science international 266, e99-e102, 2016
Recent advances in the estimation of post-mortem interval in forensic taphonomy
MA Iqbal, M Ueland, SL Forbes
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 52 (1), 107-123, 2020
Electronic nose-based odor classification using genetic algorithms and fuzzy support vector machines
T Liu, W Zhang, P McLean, M Ueland, SL Forbes, SW Su
International Journal of Fuzzy Systems 20 (4), 1309-1320, 2018
Degradation of clothing in depositional environments
BH Stuart, M Ueland
Taphonomy of Human Remains: Forensic Analysis of the Dead and the …, 2017
Decomposition in aquatic environments
BH Stuart, M Ueland
Taphonomy of Human Remains: Forensic Analysis of the Dead and the …, 2017
Degradation patterns of natural and synthetic textiles on a soil surface during summer and winter seasons studied using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy
M Ueland, JM Howes, SL Forbes, BH Stuart
Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 185, 69-76, 2017
A data-driven meat freshness monitoring and evaluation method using rapid centroid estimation and hidden Markov models
T Liu, W Zhang, M Yuwono, M Zhang, M Ueland, SL Forbes, SW Su
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 311, 127868, 2020
Design of an efficient electronic nose system for odour analysis and assessment
W Zhang, T Liu, M Ueland, SL Forbes, RX Wang, SW Su
Measurement 165, 108089, 2020
Quantitative speciation of volatile sulphur compounds from human cadavers by GC-ICP-MS
D Clases, M Ueland, RG de Vega, P Doble, D Pröfrock
Talanta 221, 121424, 2021
Profiling volatilomes: a novel forensic method for identification of confiscated illegal wildlife items
M Ueland, A Brown, C Bartos, GJ Frankham, RN Johnson, SL Forbes
Separations 7 (1), 5, 2020
The analysis of nitrate explosive vapour samples using Lab-on-a-chip instrumentation
V Taranto, M Ueland, SL Forbes, L Blanes
Journal of Chromatography A 1602, 467-473, 2019
Understanding clothed buried remains: the analysis of decomposition fluids and their influence on clothing in model burial environments
M Ueland, SL Forbes, BH Stuart
Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology 15 (1), 3-12, 2019
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