Food Quality and Technology
Liliana Grazina is a PhD student at REQUIMTE/LAQV Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto
She has master in Food Safety at Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Coimbra and a degree in Biochemistry at Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra.
Currently she is working on the assessment of plant food supplements authenticity. She has expertise in the development of DNA-based methods for GMO detection, with main emphasis on PCR, quantitative real-time PCR, HRM analysis and sequencing.
She has 12 peer-reviewed scientific publications, two book chapters and more than 20 communications in scientific conferences (H-index - 6).
Areas of interest: Food authenticity; Food safety; Molecular Biology techniques; Plant Food Supplements.
Machine Learning Approaches Applied to GC-FID Fatty Acid Profiles to Discriminate Wild from Farmed Salmon
Authentication of Ginkgo biloba Herbal Products by a Novel Quantitative Real-Time PCR Approach
Towards honey authentication: Differentiation of Apis mellifera subspecies in European honeys based on mitochondrial DNA markers
Botanical authentication of lavender (Lavandula spp.) honey by a novel DNA-barcoding approach coupled to high resolution melting analysis
Matrix-normalised real-time PCR approach to quantify soybean as a potential food allergen as affected by thermal processing
Peptide selection and antibody generation for the prospective immunorecognition of Cry1Ab16 protein of transgenic maize
Seasonal change in main alkaloids of jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus Stapf ex Wardleworth), an economically important species from the Brazilian flora