Publications within the EFI Project

Publications are still in progress.

Publications beyond the EFI Project

Debong, M. W., N’Diaye, K., Owsienko, D., Schöberl, D., Ammar, T., Lang, R., Buettner, A., Hofmann, T., Loos, H. M. (2021) Dietary linalool is transferred into the milk of nursing mothers. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 2100507.

N´Diaye, K., Debong, M., Behr, J., Dirndorfer, S., Duggan, T., Beusch, A., Schlagbauer, V., Dawid, C., Loos, H. M., Buettner, A., Lang, R., Hofmann, T. (2021) Dietary piperine is transferred into the milk of nursing mothers. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 2100508.

Qin, W., Huber, K., Popp, M., Bauer, P., Buettner, A., Sharapa, C., Scheffler, L., Loos, H.M. (2020) Quantification of allyl methyl sulfide, allyl methyl sulfoxide, and allyl methyl sulfone in human milk and urine after ingestion of cooked and roasted garlic. Frontiers in Nutrition 7: 565496. doi: 10.3389/fnut.2020.565496.

Debong, M. W., Loos, H.M. (2020) Diet-induced flavor changes in human milk: update and perspectives. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemisty. doi: 10.1021/acs.jafc.0c00223.

Schaal B., Saxton T.K., Loos H.M., Soussignan R., Durand K. (2020) Olfaction scaffolds the developing human from neonate to adolescent and beyond. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375: 20190261. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2019.0261

Loos, H.M., Reger, D., Schaal, B. (2019) The odour of human milk: Its chemical variability and detection by newborns. Physiology & Behaviour, 199: 88-99, doi: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2018.11.008

Loos, H.M., Doucet, S., Védrines, F., Sharapa, C., Soussignan, R., Durand, K., Sagot, P., Buettner, A., Schaal, B. (2017). Responses of human neonates to highly diluted odorants from sweat. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 43 (1), 106-117. doi: 10.1007/s10886-016-0804-x

Loos, H. M., Doucet, S., Soussignan, R., Hartmann, C., Durand, K., Dittrich, R., Sagot, P., Buettner, A., Schaal, B. (2014). Responsiveness of human neonates to the odor of 5α-androst-16-en-3-one: a behavioral paradox? Chemical Senses, 39 (8), 693-703. doi: 10.1093/chemse/bju041