Daniel Anthony Dias
Daniel Anthony Dias
RMIT University
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A historical overview of natural products in drug discovery
DA Dias, S Urban, U Roessner
Metabolites 2 (2), 303-336, 2012
The pharmaceutical industry and natural products: historical status and new trends
B David, JL Wolfender, DA Dias
Phytochemistry Reviews 14 (2), 299-315, 2015
Normalizing and integrating metabolomics data
AM De Livera, DA Dias, D De Souza, T Rupasinghe, J Pyke, D Tull, ...
Analytical chemistry 84 (24), 10768-10776, 2012
Innovative alternative technologies to extract carotenoids from microalgae and seaweeds
MM Poojary, FJ Barba, B Aliakbarian, F Donsė, G Pataro, DA Dias, ...
Marine drugs 14 (11), 214, 2016
Lipid profile remodeling in response to nitrogen deprivation in the microalgae Chlorella sp.(Trebouxiophyceae) and Nannochloropsis sp.(Eustigmatophyceae)
GJO Martin, DRA Hill, ILD Olmstead, A Bergamin, MJ Shears, DA Dias, ...
PLoS One 9 (8), e103389, 2014
A quantitative analysis of microalgal lipids for optimization of biodiesel and omega‐3 production
ILD Olmstead, DRA Hill, DA Dias, NS Jayasinghe, DL Callahan, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 (8), 2096-2104, 2013
Current and future perspectives on the structural identification of small molecules in biological systems
DA Dias, OAH Jones, DJ Beale, BA Boughton, D Benheim, ...
Metabolites 6 (4), 46, 2016
Quantitative profiling of polar primary metabolites of two chickpea cultivars with contrasting responses to salinity
DA Dias, CB Hill, NS Jayasinghe, J Atieno, T Sutton, U Roessner
Journal of Chromatography B 1000, 1-13, 2015
Root spatial metabolite profiling of two genotypes of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) reveals differences in response to short-term salt stress
MC Shelden, DA Dias, NS Jayasinghe, A Bacic, U Roessner
Journal of Experimental Botany 67 (12), 3731-3745, 2016
Metabolomics and its use in ecology
OAH Jones, ML Maguire, JL Griffin, DA Dias, DJ Spurgeon, C Svendsen
Austral Ecology 38 (6), 713-720, 2013
Stability and extraction of bioactive sulfur compounds from Allium genus processed by traditional and innovative technologies
MM Poojary, P Putnik, DB Kovačević, FJ Barba, JM Lorenzo, DA Dias, ...
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 61, 28-39, 2017
Phytochemical studies of the southern Australian marine alga, Laurencia elata
DA Dias, S Urban
Phytochemistry 72 (16), 2081-2089, 2011
Iron (III) tartrate as a potential precursor of light-induced oxidative degradation of white wine: Studies in a model wine system
AC Clark, DA Dias, TA Smith, KP Ghiggino, GR Scollary
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 59 (8), 3575-3581, 2011
Laurencia Filiformis: Phytochemical Profiling by Conventional and HPLC-NMR Approaches
DA Dias, JM White, S Urban
Natural Product Communications 4 (2), 1934578X0900400201, 2009
Metabolomics of capsicum ripening reveals modification of the ethylene related-pathway and carbon metabolism
WM Aizat, DA Dias, JCR Stangoulis, JA Able, U Roessner, AJ Able
Postharvest biology and technology 89, 19-31, 2014
A novel glutathione-hydroxycinnamic acid product generated in oxidative wine conditions
Q Bouzanquet, C Barril, AC Clark, DA Dias, GR Scollary
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 60 (49), 12186-12195, 2012
The role of light, temperature and wine bottle colour on pigment enhancement in white wine
DA Dias, TA Smith, KP Ghiggino, GR Scollary
Food chemistry 135 (4), 2934-2941, 2012
Mapping carbon fate during bleaching in a model cnidarian symbiosis: the application of 13C metabolomics
KE Hillyer, DA Dias, A Lutz, U Roessner, SK Davy
New Phytologist 214 (4), 1551-1562, 2017
Metabolite profiling of symbiont and host during thermal stress and bleaching in the coral Acropora aspera
KE Hillyer, DA Dias, A Lutz, SP Wilkinson, U Roessner, SK Davy
Coral Reefs 36 (1), 105-118, 2017
Application of HPLC‐NMR for the Rapid Chemical Profiling of a Southern Australian Sponge, Dactylospongia sp.
DA Dias, S Urban
Journal of separation science 32 (4), 542-548, 2009
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