Publications (73) Publications in which a researcher has participated

2023

  1. Analysis of a quantitative risk assessment of listeriosis from pasteurized milk: The combinations of which factors cause listeriosis in this low-risk food?

    Food Control, Vol. 152

  2. Application of High Hydrostatic Pressure in fresh purple smoothie: Microbial inactivation kinetic modelling and qualitative studies

    Food science and technology international = Ciencia y tecnología de alimentos internacional, Vol. 29, Núm. 4, pp. 372-382

  3. Differences Due to Sex and Sweetener on the Bioavailability of (Poly)phenols in Urine Samples: A Machine Learning Approach

    Metabolites, Vol. 13, Núm. 5

  4. Disentangling the contributions of initial heterogeneities and dynamic stress adaptation to nonlinearities in bacterial survival curves

    Food Research International, Vol. 173

  5. Dynamic Thermal Treatments in Green Coconut Water Induce Dynamic Stress Adaptation of Listeria innocua That Increases Its Thermal Resistance

    Foods, Vol. 12, Núm. 21

  6. Editorial overview: Food microbiology

    Current Opinion in Food Science

  7. Kinetics of carvacrol release from active paper packaging for fresh fruits and vegetables under conditions of open and closed package

    Food Packaging and Shelf Life, Vol. 37

  8. Machine learning to quantify techno-functional properties - A case study for gel stiffness with pea ingredients

    Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies, Vol. 83

  9. Modeling Population Growth in R with the biogrowth Package

    Journal of Statistical Software, Vol. 107, Núm. 1

  10. Quantitative microbial spoilage risk assessment caused by fungi in sports drinks through multilevel modelling

    Food microbiology, Vol. 116, pp. 104368

  11. Shelf life estimation of refrigerated vacuum packed beef accounting for uncertainty

    International Journal of Food Microbiology, Vol. 405

  12. The Potential of Essential Oils from Active Packaging to Reduce Ethylene Biosynthesis in Plant Products. Part 1: Vegetables (Broccoli and Tomato)

    Plants, Vol. 12, Núm. 19

  13. The Potential of Essential Oils from Active Packaging to Reduce Ethylene Biosynthesis in Plant Products. Part 2: Fruits (Blueberries and Blackberries)

    Plants, Vol. 12, Núm. 19

  14. The importance of what we cannot observe: Experimental limitations as a source of bias for meta-regression models in predictive microbiology

    International Journal of Food Microbiology, Vol. 387

  15. Training in modern statistical methodologies and software tools for the definition and analysis of (stochastic) quantitative microbial risk assessment models with a comparison between the Hungarian and Spanish food supply chains

    EFSA Journal, Vol. 21, Núm. S1

  16. Unidad de Microbiología y Seguridad Alimentaria de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena

    SEM@foro, Núm. 75, pp. 35-37

  17. Washing solutions containing nanoemulsified essential oils as a potential substitute of commercial washes for the decontamination of Escherichia coli O157:H7 on cherry tomatoes

    LWT, Vol. 190