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Marsha Rae Cole
Commodity Utilization Research
Chemist

Phone: (504) 286-4435
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1100 ROBERT E. LEE BLVD
BLDG 001 SRRC
NEW ORLEANS , LA 70124


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
How the physical forms of starch affect filterability at a carbonatation refinery. Part II: simulated carbonatation filtration -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Rathke, T., Naiki, J., Triplett, A., St Cyr, E. 2016. How the physical forms of starch affect filterability at a carbonatation refinery. Part II: simulated carbonatation filtration. International Sugar Journal. (2016):650-659.
How the physical forms of starch affect filterability at a carbonatation refinery. Part I: Filterability of industrial sugars -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Borges, E., Thompson, J., Rathke, T., Naiki, J., Triplett, A. 2016. How the physical forms of starch affect filterability at a carbonatation refinery. Part I: Filterability of industrial sugars. International Sugar Journal. CXVIII(1407):204-213.
Conquering the control of insoluble and soluble starch with novel applications of amylase -
Eggleston, G., Cole, M., Toyamasu, T., Triplett, A., Montes, B., Wartelle, L., Stewart, D. 2016. Conquering the control of insoluble and soluble starch with novel applications of amylase. International Sugar Journal. 120:570-579.
Novel storage technologies for raw and clarified syrup biomass feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) -
Eggleston, G., Andrzejewski, B., Cole, M., Dalley, C., Sklanka, S., St Cyr, E., Chung, Y., Powell, R. 2015. Novel storage technologies for raw and clarified syrup biomass feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench). Biomass and Bioenergy. 81:424-436.
Battle of the starches: Insoluble versus soluble at the refinery -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Thompson, J., Rathke, T., Naiki, J., Triplett, A., Zatlokovicz, J. 2015. Battle of the starches: Insoluble versus soluble at the refinery. In: Proceedings of the International Sugar Industry Technologists (SIT) Conference, May 17-20, 2015, Osaka, Japan. p.184-208.
Re-examining the applications of amylase in the sugar industry: Conquering the control of insoluble and soluble starch -
Eggleston, G., Sugawara, A., Toyamasu, T., Cole, M., Montes, B., Stewart, D., Triplett, A., Chung, Y.J. 2015. Re-examining the applications of amylase in the sugar industry: Conquering the control of insoluble and soluble starch. In: Proceedings of the International Sugar Industry Technologists (SIT) Conference, May 17-20, 2015, Osaka, Japan. R p. 36-59.
Development of an analytical method to measure insoluble and soluble starch in sugarcane and sweet sorghum products -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Gilbert, A., Chung, Y.J. 2016. Development of an analytical method to measure insoluble and soluble starch in sugarcane and sweet sorghum products. Food Chemistry. 190:50-59.
Recycling antibiotics into GUMBOS: A new combination strategy to combat multi-drug resistant bacteria -
Cole, M.R., Hobden, J.A., Warner, I.M. 2015. Recycling antibiotics into GUMBOS: A new combination strategy to combat multi-drug resistant bacteria. Molecules. (20):6466-6487.
Development of a research method to measure insoluble and soluble starch in sugarcane factory and refinery products -
Cole, M.R., Eggleston, G., Gilbert, A., Chung, Y.J. 2014. Development of a research method to measure insoluble and soluble starch in sugarcane factory and refinery products. In: Proceedings of the 2014 Sugar Industry Technologists Meeting, Toronto, Canada. Vol. LXXIII:212-229.
Comparison of stem damage and carbohydrate composition in the stem juice between sugarcane and sweet sorghum harvested before and after late fall frost -
Wang, M.L., Cole, M.R., Tonnis, B.D., Pinnow, D.L., Xin, Z., Davis, J., Hung, Y., Yu, J., Pederson, G.A., Eggleston, G. 2014. Comparison of stem damage and carbohydrate composition in the stem juice between sugarcane and sweet sorghum harvested before and after late fall frost. Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems (JSBS). 4:161-174.
A structured approach to target starch solubilization and hydrolysis for the sugarcane industry -
Cole, M.R., Rose, I., Chung, Y.J., Eggleston, G. 2015. A structured approach to target starch solubilization and hydrolysis for the sugarcane industry. Journal of Food Chemistry. 166:165–172.
The presence and implication of soluble, swollen, and insoluble starch at the sugarcane factory and refinery -
Cole, M., Eggleston, G., Gilbert, A., Rose, I., Andrzejewski, B., St Cyr, E., Stewart, D. 2013. The presence and implication of soluble, swollen, and insoluble starch at the sugarcane factory and refinery. International Sugar Journal. 115(1380):844-851.
A new look at starch in the sugarcane factory and refinery: The presence of soluble and insoluble starch -
Eggleston, G., Cole, M., Gilbert, A., Rose, I., Andrzejewski, B., St Cyr, E., Stewart, D. 2013. A new look at starch in the sugarcane factory and refinery: The presence of soluble and insoluble starch. In: Proceedings of the Sugar Industry Technologists. 72(1066):326-339.
New commercially viable processing technologies for the production of sugar feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) for manufacture of biofuels and bioproducts -
Eggleston, G., Cole, M., Andrzejewski, B. 2013. New commercially viable processing technologies for the production of sugar feedstocks from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) for manufacture of biofuels and bioproducts. Sugar Tech. 15(3):232-249.
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