BARGE member profile — Dr Tom Van de Wiele

Dr Tom Van de Wiele

University of Ghent
Coupure L653



Lavu, R V S, Van de Wiele, T, Pratti, V L, Tack, F, and Dulaing, G  2016.  Selenium bioaccessibility in stomach, small intestine and colon: comparison between pure Se compounds, Se-enriched food crops and food supplements.  Food Chemistry, 197 Part A, 382–387.


Alava, P, Du Laing, G, Tack, F, De Ryck, T, and Van De Wiele, T.  2015.  Westernised diets lower arsenic gastrointestinal bioaccessibility but increase microbial arsenic speciation changes in the colon.  Chemosphere, 119, 757–762.

Van de Wiele, T, Van den Abbeele, P, Ossieur, W, Possemiers, S, and Marzorati, M.  2015.  The simulator of the human intestinal microbial ecosystem (SHIME®).  The Impact of Food Bioactives on Health, 305–317.


Lavu, R V S, Van de Wiele, T, Pratti, V L, Tack, F M G, and Du Laing, G.  2014.  Bioaccessibility and transformations of selenium in the human intestine: Selenium-enriched crops versus food supplements.  Selenium in the Environment and Human Health, 44–47.


Alava, P, Du Laing, G, Odhiambo, M, Verliefde, A, Tack, F, and Van de Wiele, T R.  2013.  Arsenic bioaccessibility upon gastrointestinal digestion is highly determined by its speciation and lipid–bile salt interactions.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 48, 656–665.

Laird, B D, James, K J, Van de Wiele, T R, Dodd, M, Casteel, S W, Wickstrom, M, and Siciliano, S D.  2013.  An investigation of the effect of gastrointestinal microbial activity on oral arsenic bioavailability.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 48, 612–619.


Wragg, J, Cave, M, Basta, N, Brandon, E, Casteel, S, Denys, S, Grøn, C, Oomen, A, Reimer, K, Tacke, K, and Van de Wiele, T.  2011.  An inter-laboratory trial of the unified BARGE bioaccessibility method for arsenic, cadmium and lead in soil.  Science of The Total Environment, 409, 4016–4030.

Yu, Y-X, Huang, N-B, Zhang, X-Y, Li, J-L, Yu, Z-Q, Han, S-Y, Lu, M, Van de Wiele, T, Wu, M-H, Sheng, G-Y, and Fu, J-M.  2011.  Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in food and associated human daily intake assessment considering bioaccessibility measured by simulated gastrointestinal digestion.  Chemosphere, 83, 152–160.


Cave, M R, Wragg, J, Harrison, I, Vane, C H, Van de Wiele, T, De Groeve, E, Nathanail, C P, Ashmore, M, Thomas, R, Robinson, J, and Daly, P.  2010.  Comparison of batch mode and dynamic physiologically based bioaccessibility tests for PAHs in soil samples.  Environmental Science & Technology, 44, 2654–2660.

Diaz-Bonel, R A, and Van de Wiele, T.  2010.  Biotransformation of metal(loid)s by intestinal micro-organisms.  Pure and Applied Chemistry, 82, 409–427.

Guimarães, B C M, Arends, J B A, van der Ha, D, Van de Wiele, T, Boon, N, and Verstraete, W.  2010.  Microbial services and their management: recent progresses in soil bioremediation technology.  Applied Soil Ecology, 46, 157–167.

Van de Wiele, T, Gallawa, C M, Kubachka, K M, Creed, J T, Basta, N, Dayton, E A, Whitacre, S, Du Laing, G, and Bradham, K.  2010.  Arsenic metabolism by human gut microbiota upon in vitro digestion of contaminated soils.  Environmental Health Perspectives, 118, 1004–1009.

Yu, Y-X, Li, J-L, Zhang, X-Y, Yu, Z-Q, Van de Wiele, T, Han, S-Y,Wu, M-H, Sheng, G-Y, and Fu, J-M.  2010.  Assessment of the bioaccessibility of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in foods and the correlations of the bioaccessibility with nutrient contents.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 58, 301–308.


Armstrong, S A, Van de Wiele, T, Germida, J J, and Siciliano, S D.  2007.  Aryl hydrocarbon bioaccessibility to small mammals from Arctic plants using in vitro techniques.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 26, 491–496.

Laird, B D, Van de Wiele, T R, Corriveau, M C, Jamieson, H E, Parsons, M B, Verstraete, W, and Siciliano, S D.  2007.  Gastrointestinal microbes increase arsenic bioaccessibility of ingested mine tailings using the simulator of the human intestinal microbial ecosystem.  Environmental Science & Technology, 41, 5542–5547.

Van de Wiele, T R, Oomen, A G, Wragg, J, Cave, M, Minekus, M, Hack, A, Cornelis, C, Rompelberg, C J M, De Zwart, L L, Klinck, B, Van Wijnen, J, Verstraete, W, and Sips, A J A M.  2007.  Comparison of five in vitro digestion models to in vivo experimental results: lead bioaccessibility in the human gastrointestinal tract.  Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 42, 1203–1211.


Cave, M, Wragg, J, Klinck, B, Grøn, C, Oomen, A, Van de Wiele, T, Ollson, C, Koch, I, Reimer, K, Basta, N, and Tack, Karine.  2006.  Preliminary assessment of a unified bioaccessibility method for potentially harmful elements in soils.  Epidemiology, 17.

Laird, B, Van De Wiele, T, Corriveau, M, Jamieson, H, and Siciliano, S.  2006.  Evaluation of the bioaccessibility of metals and metalloids in Eastern Canadian mine tailings using an in vitro gastrointestinal model, the simulator of the human intestinal microbial ecology (SHIME).  Epidemiology, 17.


Van de Wiele, T R, Verstraete, W and Siciliano, S D.  2004.  Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon release from a soil matrix in the in vitro gastrointestinal tract.  Journal of Environmental Quality, 33, 1343–1353.


Oomen, A G, Hack, A Minekus, M, Zeijdner, E, Cornelis, C, Schoeters, G, Verstraete, W, Van de Wiele, T, Wragg, J, Rompelberg, C J M, Sips, A J A M, and Van Wijnen, J.  2002.  Comparison of five in vitro digestion models to study the bioaccessibility of soil contaminants.  Environmental Science & Technology, 36, 3326–3334.