Almond (Prunus dulcis) skins as a potential source of bioactive polyphenols, Monagas, et al, (

Identification and Quantification of Flavonol Glycosides in Almond Seedcoats Using MALDI-TOF MS, Frison-Norrie and Sporns (

Variation in the Flavonol Glycoside Composition of Almond Seedcoats As Determined by MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry, Frison and Sporns (

Determination of Flavonoids and Phenolic and Their Distribution in Almonds, Milbury et al,  (

Polyphenols and Antioxidant Properties of Almond Skins: Influence of Industrial Processing, Garrido et al,(

In Vitro Activity of Almond Skin Polyphenols for Scavenging Free Radicals and Inducing Quinone Reductase, Chen and Blumberg, (

Prebiotic Effect And Antioxidant Activity of Almond (Amygdalus communis L.) Skins, Mandalari et al

Immunomodulatory and Anti-inflammatory activity induced by almond skins on PBMC, Arena et al

Utilization of Electron Beam Irradiated Almond Skin Powder as a Natural Antioidant in Ground Top Round Beef, Prasetyo et al (

Almond (Amygdalus communis L.) Skins: Phenolic Profile and Protective Effect on Protein Oxidation,Tomaino et al

Antioxidative phenolic compounds isolated from almond skins (Prunus amygdauls Batsch), Sang, et al, (

Antioxidant polyphenols in almond and its coproducts, Wijeratne et al, (

Phytochemical composition of nuts,  Chen, Blumberg  (

Procyanidin polymers, the crucial ingredients of the almond seed coat, Brieskorn, Betz (

Flavonoids from almond skins are bioavailable and act synergistically with vitamins C and E to enhance hamster and human LDL resistance to oxidation, Ellis et al (