Nathalie Scheers

Associate Professor at Food and Nutrition Science

Nathalie Scheers research focus is within the area of molecular nutrition. She and her team investigate intra/extracellular effects of absorbed nutrients e.g. metals, gluten, and the fish protein parvalbumin. This may involve the regulation of transport proteins and enzymes or stress responses that may lead to cancer, cell death, or oxidative damage. As research tools, they are using/developing single/co-culture human cell models and tissue cultures in addition to intervention studies in humans to translate in vitro results.

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Showing 37 publications

2021

A LCMS Metabolomic Workflow to Investigate Metabolic Patterns in Human Intestinal Cells Exposed to Hydrolyzed Crab Waste Materials

Fionn Ofearghail, Patrice Behan, Niklas Engström et al
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. Vol. 9
Journal article
2021

In vitro digestibility and Caco-2 cell bioavailability of sea lettuce (Ulva fenestrata) proteins extracted using pH-shift processing

João Pedro Trigo, Niklas Engström, Sophie Steinhagen et al
Food Chemistry. Vol. 356
Journal article
2021

Grains - a major source of sustainable protein for health

Kaisa S. Poutanen, Anna O. Karlund, Carlos Gomez-Gallego et al
Nutrition Reviews. Vol. In Press
Review article
2021

Brain foods - the role of diet in brain performance and health

Bo Ekstrand, Nathalie Scheers, Martin Krøyer Rasmussen et al
Nutrition Reviews. Vol. 79 (6), p. 693-708
Review article
2021

Potential Negative Effects of Whole grain Consumption

A. Kamal-Eldin, Agneta Åkesson, Maria Kippler et al
Whole grains and health, 2nd edition
Book chapter
2021

Whole Grains and Health (2nd edition)

Rikard Landberg, Nathalie Scheers
Edited book
2020

The development of a novel ferric phytate compound for iron fortification of bouillons (part I)

Swarnim Gupta, Edwin Habeych, Nathalie Scheers et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 10 (1)
Journal article
2020

Copper nanoparticles have negligible direct antibacterial impact

Carlos A.P. Bastos, Nuno Faria, John Wills et al
NanoImpact. Vol. 17
Journal article
2020

Cytotoxic Effects of Digested Edible Insects on Intestinal Epithelia

Nathalie Scheers, Darja Dobermann
Other conference contribution
2019

The Omega-3 Fatty Acids EPA and DHA, as a Part of a Murine High-Fat Diet, Reduced Lipid Accumulation in Brown and White Adipose Tissues.

Nikulkumar Soni, Alastair Ross, Intawat Nookaew et al
International Journal of Molecular Sciences. Vol. 20 (23)
Journal article
2018

Ferric citrate and ferric EDTA but not ferrous sulfate drive amphiregulin-mediated activation of the MAP kinase ERK in gut epithelial cancer cells

Nathalie Scheers, Dora I.A. Pereira, Nuno Faria et al
Oncotarget. Vol. 9 (24), p. 7066-17077
Journal article
2018

Abundant fish protein inhibits α-synuclein amyloid formation

Tony Werner, Ranjeet Kumar, Istvan Horvath et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 8 (1)
Journal article
2018

Iron Supplements Containing Lactobacillus plantarum 299v Increase Ferric Iron and Up-regulate the Ferric Reductase DCYTB in Human Caco-2/HT29 MTX Co-Cultures

Ann-Sofie Sandberg, Gunilla Önning, Niklas Engström et al
Nutrients. Vol. 10 (Issue 12)
Journal article
2017

Towards Celiac-safe foods: Decreasing the affinity of transglutaminase 2 for gliadin by addition of ascorbyl palmitate and ZnCl2 as detoxifiers

Niklas Engström, Patricia Saenz-Mendez, Johan Scheers et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 7 (77)
Journal article
2017

Splenic Immune Response Is Down-Regulated in C57BL/6J Mice Fed Eicosapentaenoic Acid and Docosahexaenoic Acid Enriched High Fat Diet

Nikulkumar Soni, Alastair Ross, Nathalie Scheers et al
Nutrients. Vol. 9 (1), p. 50-
Journal article
2017

Effects of marine oils, digested with human fluids, on cellular viability and stress protein expression in human intestinal Caco-2 cells

Cecilia Tullberg, G. E. Vegarud, Ingrid Undeland et al
Nutrients. Vol. 9 (11), p. 1213-
Journal article
2016

Eicosapentaenoic and Docosahexaenoic Acid-Enriched High Fat Diet Delays Skeletal Muscle Degradation in Mice

Nikulkumar Soni, Alastair Ross, Nathalie Scheers et al
Nutrients. Vol. 8 (9), p. 543-
Journal article
2016

Formation of reactive aldehydes (MDA, HHE, HNE) during the digestion of cod liver oil: comparison of human and porcine in vitro digestion models

Cecilia Tullberg, Karin Larsson, Nils-Gunnar Carlsson et al
Food and Function. Vol. 7 (3), p. 1401-1412
Journal article
2016

The effects of hydrothermal processing and germination on Fe speciation and Fe bioaccessibility to human intestinal Caco-2 cells in Tartary buckwheat

Pongrac Paula, Nathalie Scheers, Ann-Sofie Sandberg et al
Food Chemistry. Vol. 199, p. 782-790
Journal article
2016

Phytic acid - Properties, Uses and Determination

Ann-Sofie Sandberg, Nathalie Scheers
Encyclopedia of Food and Health, p. 365-368
Book chapter
2016

Increased iron bioavailability from lactic fermented vegetables is likely an effect of promoting the formation of ferric iron

Nathalie Scheers, Lena Rossander-Hulthén, Inga Torsdottir et al
European Journal of Nutrition. Vol. 55 (1), p. 373-382
Journal article
2015

Increased Ferric Iron Species in Lactic Fermented Vegetables May Improve Iron Absorption

Nathalie Scheers, Lena Rossander-Hulthén, I. Torsdottir et al
FASEB Journal. Vol. 29 (Suppl. 1)
Paper in proceeding
2015

Sourdough fermentation of wheat flour does not prevent the interaction of transglutaminase 2 with α2-gliadin or gluten.

Niklas Engström, Ann-Sofie Sandberg, Nathalie Scheers
Nutrients. Vol. 7 (4), p. 2134 - 2144
Journal article
2014

Taurine may affect redox homeostasis via regulation of thioredoxin interacting protein in endothelial cells

ANDREW VINCENT, Nathalie Scheers, Britt Gabrielsson et al
FASEB Journal. Vol. 28 (1 (Suppl.)), p. Art. no. 830.29-
Paper in proceeding
2014

Ascorbate-induced iron transport through ferroportin involves IRP2 and HIF2 alpha

Nathalie Scheers, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
FASEB Journal. Vol. 28 (1)
Paper in proceeding
2014

Proposing a Caco-2/HepG2 cell model for in vitro iron absorption studies

Nathalie Scheers, Annette Almgren, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. Vol. 25 (7), p. 710-715
Journal article
2014

Iron Transport through Ferroportin Is Induced by Intracellular Ascorbate and Involves IRP2 and HIF2 alpha

Nathalie Scheers, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
Nutrients. Vol. 6 (1), p. 249-260
Journal article
2014

Vitamin B12 as a potential compliance marker for fish intake

Nathalie Scheers, Helen Lindqvist, Anna-Maria Langkilde et al
European Journal of Nutrition. Vol. 53 (6), p. 1327-1333
Journal article
2013

Regulatory Effects of Cu, Zn, and Ca on Fe Absorption: The Intricate Play between Nutrient Transporters

Nathalie Scheers
Nutrients. Vol. 5 (3), p. 957-970
Review article
2013

Improvement of the intestinal Caco-2 cell model for iron absorption studies by the introduction of liver (HepG2) cells

Nathalie Scheers, Annette Almgren, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
FASEB Journal. Vol. 27
Paper in proceeding
2012

Usefulness of microbial phytase to improve zinc and iron bioavailability

Nathalie Scheers, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
International Phytase Summit 2 11-13 dec 2012 Proceedings, p. 159-165
Paper in proceeding
2012

The iron transporter ferroportin is regulated by ascorbate

Nathalie Scheers, Karolina Hoffmann, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
FASEB Journal. Vol. 26
Paper in proceeding
2011

Iron regulates the uptake of ascorbic acid and the expression of sodium-dependent vitamin C transporter 1 (SVCT1) in human intestinal Caco-2 cells

Nathalie Scheers, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
British Journal of Nutrition. Vol. 105 (12), p. 1734-1740
Journal article
2010

Determination of Fe2+ and Fe3+ in aqueous solutions containing food chelators by differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetry

Nathalie Scheers, Thomas Andlid, Marie Alminger et al
Electroanalysis. Vol. 22 (10), p. 1090-1096
Journal article
2009

Impaired uptake of beta-carotene by Caco-2 human intestinal cells in the presence of iron

Anton Bengtsson, Nathalie Scheers, Thomas Andlid et al
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition. Vol. 60 (S5), p. 125-135
Journal article
2008

Ascorbic acid uptake affects ferritin, Dcytb and Nramp2 expression in Caco-2 cells

Nathalie Scheers, Ann-Sofie Sandberg
European Journal of Nutrition. Vol. 47 (7), p. 401-408
Journal article

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Showing 6 research projects

2021–2022

Sista steget i utvecklingen av en mjöltillsats för glutenintoleranta: En biopsistudie och single meal intervention i celiakipatienter

Nathalie Scheers Food and Nutrition Science
Lantmännens Forskningsstiftelse

2020–2023

Commercial exploitation of marine collagen and chitin from marine sources (BlueCC

Ingrid Undeland Food and Nutrition Science
Mehdi Abdollahi Food and Nutrition Science
Nathalie Scheers Food and Nutrition Science
Formas
European Commission (EC)

2019–2021

Askorbylpalmitat - en lovande mjöltillsats för glutenintoleranta: En interventionsstudie i friska volontärer

Nathalie Scheers Food and Nutrition Science
Lantmännens Forskningsstiftelse

2018–2023

Seaweed as a vehicle for nutrients in a circular food chain - innovative steps to accomplish a protein shift (CirkAlg)

Ingrid Undeland Food and Nutrition Science
João Pedro Trigo Food and Nutrition Science
Nathalie Scheers Food and Nutrition Science
Mehdi Abdollahi Food and Nutrition Science
Bita Forghani Targhi Food and Nutrition Science
Formas

2018–2019

Askorbylpalmitat - en mjöltillsat med potential att göra glutenprodukter säkra för gluten-intoleranta

Nathalie Scheers Food and Nutrition Science
Lantmännens Forskningsstiftelse

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