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Richard Anderson, Nutritional Biochemist,

Diet Genomics and Immunology Lab,

Beltsville Human Nutrition Center. USDA, Agriculture Research Center

 


 

Publications:

Cao H, Graves DJ, Anderson RA. Cinnamon extract regulates glucose transporter and insulin-signaling gene expression in mouse adipocytes.  Phytomedicine. 2010 May 27. [Epub ahead of print]

 

Couturier K, Batandier C, Awada M, Hininger-Favier I, Canini F, Anderson RA, Leverve X, Roussel AM.  Cinnamon improves insulin sensitivity and alters the body composition in an animal model of the metabolic syndrome.  Arch Biochem Biophys. 2010 May 31. [Epub ahead of print]

 

Qin B, Panickar KS, Anderson RA.  Cinnamon: Potential Role in the Prevention of Insulin Resistance, Metabolic Syndrome, and Type 2 Diabetes.  J Diabetes Sci Technol 4(3):685-693, 2010.

 

Qin B, Dawson H, Anderson RA. Elevation of tumor necrosis factor-alpha induces the overproduction of postprandial intestinal apolipoprotein B48-containing very low-density lipoprotein particles: evidence for related gene expression of inflammatory, insulin and lipoprotein signaling in enterocytes.  Exp Biol Med (Maywood) 235(2):199-205, 2010.

 

Qin B, Polansky MM, Harry D, Anderson RA.  Green tea polyphenols improve cardiac muscle mRNA and protein levels of signal pathways related to insulin and lipid metabolism and inflammation in insulin-resistant rats.  Mol Nutr Food Res 54 Suppl 1:S14-23, 2010.

 

Panickar KS, Anderson RA. Role of dietary polyphenols in attenuating brain edema and cell swelling in cerebral ischemia.  Recent Pat CNS Drug Discov 5(2):99-108, 2010.

 

Cefalu WT, Rood J, Pinsonat P, Qin J, Sereda O, Levitan L, Anderson RA, Zhang XH, Martin JM, Martin CK, Wang ZQ, Newcomer B.  Characterization of the metabolic and physiologic response to chromium supplementation in subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Metabolism 59(5):755-62, 2010

 

Lu J, Zhang K, Nam S, Anderson RA, Jove R, Wen W. Novel angiogenesis inhibitory activity in cinnamon extract blocks VEGFR2 kinase and downstream signaling. Carcinogenesis 31:481-488, 2010.

 

Hazane-Puch F, Benaraba R, Valenti K, Osman M, Laporte F, Favier A, Anderson RA, Roussel AM, Hininger-Favier I. Chromium III Histidinate Exposure Modulates Gene Expression in HaCaT Human Keratinocytes Exposed to Oxidative Stress.   Biological Trace Elem Research 137:23-39, 2010.

 

Qin B, Polansky MM, Anderson RA.  Cinnamon Extract Regulates Plasma Levels of Adipose-derived Factors and Expression of Multiple Genes Related to Carbohydrate Metabolism and Lipogenesis in Adipose Tissue of Fructose-fed Rats. Horm Metab Res 42:187-193, 2010.

 

Cao, H., Urban, J.F. Jr. and Anderson, R.A.  (2010).  Cinnamon: Molecular evidence for the health benefits through its insulin-like and anti-inflammatory effects.  In: Gupta VK, Editor, Comprehensive Bioactive Natural Products, Vol. 6 – Extraction, Isolation & Characterization, Stadium Press LLC, USA, pp. 198-222.

 

Cao, H., Roussel, A.M. and Anderson, R.A.  (2010) Green tea: Molecular targets in inflammation, glucose uptake, and insulin signaling pathways.  In Gupta VK, Editor, Comprehensive Bioactive Natural Products, Vol. 2 – Efficacy, Safety & Clinical Evaluation I, Stadium Press LLC, USA, pp. 429-448.

 

Hininger-Favier, I., Benaraba, R., Coves, S., Anderson, R.A., and Roussel, A.M.  Green tea extract decreases oxidative stress and improves insulin sensitivity in an animal model of insulin resistance, the fructose -fed rat.  J. Amer. Coll. Nutr. 28:355-361, 2009.

 

Qin B, Dawson H, Polansky MM, Anderson RA. Cinnamon extract attenuates TNF-alpha-induced intestinal lipoprotein ApoB48 overproduction by regulating inflammatory, insulin, and lipoprotein pathways in enterocytes.  Horm Metab Res 41(7):516-22, 2009.

 

Peterson, D.W., George, R.C., Scaramozzino, F., Lapointe, N.E., Anderson, R.A., Graves, D.J. and Lew, J.  Cinnamon extract inhibits tau aggregation associated with Alzheimer’s disease in vitro.  Journal Alzheimer’s Disease 17:585-597, 2009.

 

Iqbal, N., Cardillo, S., Volger, S., Bloedon, L.T., Anderson, R.A., Boston, R., Szapary, P.O.  Chromium picolinate does not improve key features of metabolic syndrome in obese nondiabetic adults.  Metabolic Related Disorders 7:143-150, 2009.

 

Qin, B., Dawson, H., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A. Cinnamon extract attenuates TNF-alpha- induced intestinal lipoprotein apoB48 overproduction by regulating inflammatory, insulin, and lipoprotein pathways in enterocytes.  Hormone Metabolic Research 41:1-7, 2009.

 

Panickar, K.S., Cao, H., Qin, B. and Anderson, R.A.  Molecular targets and health benefits of cinnamon. In: Aggarwal BB and Kunnumakkara AB, Editors, Molecular Targets and Therapeutic Uses of Spices: Modern Uses for Ancient Medicine, World Scientific Publishing Co., NJ, pp 87-115, 2009.

 

Panickar, K.S., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Green tea polyphenols attenuate glial swelling and mitochondrial dysfunction following oxygen-glucose deprivation in cultures.  Nutritional Neuroscience 12:105-113, 2009.

 

Roussel, A.M., Hininger-Favier, I., Waters, R., Osman, M., Fernholz, K. and Anderson, R.A.  EDTA chelation therapy decreases oxidative DNA damage and lipid peroxidation.  Alternative Medicine Review 14:56-61, 2009.

Roussel A.M, Benaraba R., Ziegenfuss T.N. and Anderson R.A. Antioxidant effects of cinnamon extract in people with impaired fasting glucose that are overweight or obese. J. Amer. Coll. Nutr. 28:16-21, 2009.

Panickar, K.S., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Cinnamon polyphenols attenuate cell swelling and mitochondrial dysfunction following oxygen-glucose deprivation in glial cells.  Exp. Neurol. 216:420-429, 2009.

Khan, A., Zaman, G. and Anderson, R.A.  Bay leaves improve glucose and lipid profile of people with type 2 diabetes.  J. Clin. Nutr. 44:52-56, 2009.

Schoene, N.W., Kelly, M.A., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  A polyphenol mixture from cinnamon targets p38 MAP kinase-regulated signaling pathways to produce G2/M arrest.  J. Nutr. Biochem. 20:614-620, 2009.

Qin, B., Polansky, M.M., Sato, Y., Adeli, K., Anderson, R.A.  Cinnamon extract inhibits the postprandial overproduction of apolipoprotein B48-containing lipoproteins in fructose-fed animals.  J. Nutr. Biochem. 20:901-908, 2009.

Cao, H., Qin, B., Panickar, K.P. and Anderson, R.A. Tea and cinnamon polyphenols improve the metabolic syndrome.  Journal AgroFood Industry 19:14-17, 2008.

Anderson, R.A. and Roussel, A.M.  Cinnamon, glucose and insulin sensitivity.  In: Nutraceuticals, Glycemic Health and Type 2 Diabetes, Eds . V. Pasupuleti and J. Anderson, Carrie Sutton at Blackwell Publishing, pp 127-140, 2008.

 

Anderson, RA.  Insulin resistance and bodyweight: recent human studies documenting the benefits of supplemental chromium. In: Metal ions in Biology and Medicine, edited by P Collery, I  Maynard, T Theophanides, L Khassanova and T Collery, John Libbey Eurotext, Volume 10,754-758, 2008.

 

Qin, B., Anderson, R.A., and Adeli, K.  Tumor necrosis factor-(alpha) directly stimulates the overproduction of hepatic apolipoprotein B100-containing VLDL via impairment of hepatic insulin signaling.  American Journal Physiology Gastrointest Liver Physiology 294: G1120-G1129, 2008.

Cao, H., Urban, Jr. J.F., and Anderson, R.A.  Insulin increases tristetraprolin and decreases VEGF gene expression in mouse 3T3-L1 adipocytes.  Obesity 16:1208-16, 2008.

Cao, H., Urban, Jr. J.F., and Anderson, R.A.  Cinnamon polyphenol extract affects immune responses by regulating anti- and pro-inflammatory and glucose transporter gene expression in mouse macrophages.   Journal of Nutrition 138:833-40, 2008.

Cao, H., Lin, R., Ghosh, S., Anderson, R.A., and Urban, Jr., J.F.  Production and characterization of ZFP36L1 antiserum against recombinant protein from Escherichia coil.  Biotechnology Progress 24:326-33, 2008.

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium and polyphenols from cinnamon improve insulin sensitivity.  Proceedings of Nutrition Society 67:48-53, 2008.

 

Diaz, M. L., B. A. Watkins, Y. Li, R. A. Anderson, and W. W. Campbell. Chromium picolinate and conjugated linoleic acid do not synergistically influence diet- and exercise-induced changes in body composition and health indexes in overweight women: Journal Nutritional Biochemistry 19:61-68, 2008.

Zhong, W.Q., Qin, J., Martin, J., Zhang, X.H., Sereda, O., Anderson, R.A., Pinsonat, P., and Cefalu, W.T.  Phenotype of subjects with type 2 diabetes may determine clinical response to chromium supplementation.  Metabolism Clinical Experimental 56:1652-1655, 2007.

 

Cao, H., Polansky, M.M., and Anderson, R.A.  Cinnamon extract and polyphenols affect the expression of tristetraprolin, insulin receptor, and glucose transporter 4 in mouse 3T3-L1 adipocytes.  Archives Biochemistry Biophysics. 459:214-222, 2007.

Wang, J.G., Anderson, R.A., Chu, M.C., Sauer, M.V, Guarnaccia, M.M., and Lobo, R.A.  The effect of cinnamon extract on insulin resistance parameters in polycystic ovary syndrome: a pilot study.  Fertility Sterility 88: 240-243, 2007.

 

Cao, H., Kelly, M.A., Kari, F., Dawson, H., Urban, J.F.,Jr, Coves, S., Roussel, A.M., and Anderson, R.A.  Green tea increases anti-inflammatory tristetraprolin and decreases pro-inflammatory tumor necrosis factor mRNA levels in rats.  Journal of Inflammation 5:1-12, 2007.

 

Cao, H., I. Hininger-Favier, M. A. Kelly, R. Benaraba, H. D. Dawson, S. Coves, A. M. Roussel, and R. A. Anderson.  Green tea polyphenol extract regulates the expression of genes involved in glucose uptake and insulin signaling in rats fed a high fructose diet. Journal Agricultural Food Chemistry 55:6372-6378, 2007.

 

Hininger, I., R. Benaraba, M. Osman, H. Faure, R. A. Marie, and R. A. Anderson.  Safety of trivalent chromium complexes: no evidence for DNA damage in human HaCaT keratinocytes. Free Radicals Biology Medicine 42:1759-1765, 2007.

Roussel, A. M. Andriollo-Sanchez, M., Ferry, M., Bryden, N. A., and Anderson, R. A.  Food chromium content, dietary chromium intake and related biological variables in French free-living elderly. British Journal Nutrition 98: 326-331, 2007.

Ziegenfuss, T.N., Hofheins, J.E., Mendel, R.W., Landis, J. and Anderson, R.A.  Effects of water-soluble cinnamon extract on body composition and features of the metabolic syndrome in pre-diabetic men and women.  Journal International Society Sports Nutrition 3:45-53, 2006.

 

Anderson, Richard; Cefalu, William. Chromium. In Encyclopedia of Dietary Supplements, 1st Ed., Online Updates; Coates, P., Blackman, M., Cragg, G., Levine, M., Moss, J., White, J., Eds.; Marcel Dekker, Inc.: New York, 2006

<http://www.dekker.com/sdek/abstract~db=enc~content=a713623441>.

 

Preuss, H.G., Echard, B., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A. Whole cinnamon and aqueous extracts ameliorate sucrose-induced blood pressure elevations in spontaneously hypertensive rats. American College of Nutrition 25:144-150, 2006.

 

Anderson, R.A., Sandre, C., Bryden, N.A., Agay, D., Chancerelle, Y., Polansky, M.M. and Roussel, A.M.  Burn-induced alterations of chromium and the glucose/insulin system in rats.  Burns  32:46-51, 2006.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium: Roles in the regulation of lean body mass and body weight.  In:Scientific Evidence for Musculosketal, Bariatric and Sports Nutrition, ed. Ingrid Kohlstadt, Taylor and Francis, NY, NY pp 175-189, 2006.

 

Schoene, N.W., Kelly, M.A., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Water-soluble polymeric polyphenols from cinnamon inhibit proliferation and alter cell cycle distribution patterns of hematologic tumor cell lines.  Cancer Letters 230:134-140, 2005.

 

Heimbach, J. and Anderson, R.A.  Chromium: Recent studies regarding nutritional roles and safety.  Nutrition Today 40:189-195, 2005.

 

Vrtovec, M., Vrtovec, B., Briski, A., Kocijanic, A., Anderson, R.A. and Radovancevic, B.  Chromium supplementation shortens QTc interval duration in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. American Heart Journal 149:632-636, 2005.

 

Hininger, I., Waters, R, Osman, M., Garrel, C., Fernholz, K., Roussel, A.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Acute prooxidant effects on vitamin C in EDTA chelation therapy and long-term antioxidant benefits of therapy.  Free Radical Biology and Medicine 38:1565-1570, 2005.

 

Roussel, A.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Chrome et sensibilite a l’insuline, Medicine et Nutrition 41:21-28, 2005.

 

Agay, D., Anderson, R.A., Sandre, C., Bryden, N.A., Alonso, A., Roussel, A.M. and Chancerelle, Y.  Alterations of the antioxidant trace elements (Zn, Se, Cu) and related metallo-enzymes in plasma and tissues following burn injury in rats.  Burns 31:366-371, 2005.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M. and Bryden, N.A.  Stability and absorption of chromium and absorption of chromium histidinate complexes by humans.  Biological Trace Element Research 101:211-218, 2004.

 

Campbell, W.W., Joseph, L.J.O., Ostlund, R.E. Jr., Anderson, R.A., Farrel, P.A., and Evans, W.J.  Resistive training and chromium picolinate effects on inositols and liver and kidney functions in older adults.  International Journal Sport Nutrition Exercise Metabolism 14:430-442, 2004.

 

Anderson, R.A., Broadhurst, C.L., Polansky, M.M., Schmidt, W.F., Khan, A.K., Flanagan, V.P., Schoene, N.S. and Graves, D.J.  Isolation and characterization of polyphenol type-A polymers from cinnamon with insulin-like biological activity.  Journal Agriculture Food Chemistry 52:65-70, 2004.

 

Khan, A., Safdar, M., Khan, M.M.A.K., Khattak, K.N. and Anderson, R.A.  Cinnamon improves glucose and lipids of people with type 2 diabetes.  Diabetes Care 26:3215-3218, 2003.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium physiology, dietary sources and requirements.  Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition, eds. B. Caballero, L. Trugo and P. Finglas, Academic Press, pp. 1307-1311, 2003.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium and insulin resistance.  Nutrition Research Reviews 16:267-275, 2003.

 

Roussel, A.M., Kerkeni, A., Zouri, N., Mahjoub, S., Matheau, J-M. and Anderson, R.A.  Antioxidant effects of zinc supplementation in Tunisians with type 2 diabetes mettitus.  J. American College of Nutrition 22:316-321, 2003.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Tea enhances insulin activity.  Journal Agriculture Food Chemistry 50:7182-7186, 2002.

 

Behall, K.M., Howe, J.C. and Anderson, R.A.  Apparent mineral retention in control and hyperinsulinemic men is similar after consumption of high-amylose cornstarch.  Journal Nutrition 132:1886-1891, 2002.

 

Campbell WW, LJO Joseph, RA Anderson, SL Davey, J Hinton, WJ Evans.  Effects of resistive training and chromium picolinate on body composition and skeletal muscle size in older women. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 12: 125-135, 2002.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium, glucocorticoids, insulin sensitivity and weight control.  Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine 7:531-535, 2002.

 

Roussel, AM, Bureau, I, Favier, M, Polansky, MM, Bryden, NA and Anderson,

RA.  Beneficial effects of hormone replacement therapy on chromium status and

glucose and lipid metabolism in postmenopausal women.   Matuitas 42:63-69, 2002.

 

Bureau, I, Anderson, R, Arnaud, J, Raysiguier, Y, Favier, AE and Roussel, AM.  Trace mineral status in post menopausal women: impact of hormone replacement therapy.  Journal Trace Elements Medicine Biology 16:9-13, 2002.

 

Anderson, RA.  Insulin, glucose intolerance and diabetes:  Recent data regarding the chromium connection.   Trace Elements Nutrition Health Disease Proceedings 1:79-86, 2001.

 

Waters, R, Bryden, NA, Patterson, KK, Veillon, C and Anderson, RA.  EDTA

chelation-cadmium, calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, lead, magnesium and zinc. 

Biological Trace Element Research  83:207-221, 2001.

 

Anderson, RA.  Chromium, insulin and body composition:  Overview and new aspects.  Rencontres Medicales de Nutrition en Ambulatoire,  pp. 27-30, 2001.

 

Anderson, RA.  Chrome, insuline et composition corporelle.  Rencontres Medicales de Nutrition en Ambulatoire,  pp. 23-26, 2001.

 

Jarvill-Taylor, KJ, Anderson, RA and Graves, DJ.  A hydroxychalcone derived from cinnamon functions as a mimetic for insulin in 3T3-L1 adipocytes.  Journal American College Nutrition 20:327-336, 2001.

 

Anderson, RA, Roussel, AM, Zouari, N, Mahjoub, S, Matheau, J-M,and Kerkeni, A.  Potential antioxidant effects of zinc and chromium supplementation in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Journal American College Nutrition 20:212-218, 2001.

 

Trace Elements in Man and Animals, Vol. 10, eds. A.M. Roussel, R. A. Anderson and A. E. Favier, Plenum Press, NY, 2000.

 

Anderson, R.A., Cefalu, W., Jeejeebhoy, K.N. and Kaats, G.  Role of chromium in glucose intolerance , diabetes, total parenteral nutrition, and body composition. In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals Vol. 10, eds. A.M. Roussel, R. A. Anderson and A. E. Favier, Plenum Press, NY pp 503-509, 2000.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Role of dietary factors in insulin resistance: Micronutrients.  Nutrition Reviews 58:S10-11, 2000.

 

Insulin-like biological activity of culinary and medicinal plant aqueous extracts in vitro.  C. Leigh Broadhurst, Marilyn M. Polansky and Richard A. Anderson.  Journal Agriculture Food Chemistry 48:849-852, 2000.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Exercise effects on trace element metabolism.  In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals Vol. 10, eds. A.M. Roussel, R. A. Anderson and A. E. Favier, Plenum Press, NY pp 393-397, 2000.

 

Anderson, R.A., Roussel, A.M. and Neve, J.  Essential trace elements, chromium, copper, iron, zinc, and selenium, and cardiovascular diseases.  Handbook of Hypertension, eds. W.H. Birkenhager and J.L. Reid, Elsevier Press, Amsterdam, Chapter 19, pp. 313-336, 2000.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium in the regulation of glucose intolerance and diabetes.  In: New Aspects of Trace Element Research, eds. M. Abdulla, M. Bost, S. Gammon, P. Arnaud and G. Chazot, Smith-Gordon and Company Limited, London, pp. 215-216, 2000.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium in the prevention and control of diabetes.  Diabetes and Metabolism 26:22-27, 2000.

 

Ravina, A., Slezak, L., Mirsky, N. and Anderson, R.A.  Control of steroid-induced diabetes with supplemental chromium.  Journal Trace Elements Experimental Medicine 12:375-378, 1999.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium as an Essential Nutrient.  International Chromium Development Series, Number 6, September, 1999.

 

Preuss, H.G. and Anderson, R.A.  Chromium update: examining recent literature 1997-1998.  Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 1:1-4, 1999.

 

Striffler, J.S., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Overproduction of insulin in the chromium-deficient rat.  Metabolism 48:1063-1068, 1999.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium and Diabetes.  Nutrition 15:1-2, 1999.

 

Anderson, R.A., Noella A. Bryden and Waters, R.  EDTA chelation therapy does not selectively increase chromium losses.  Biological Trace Element Research 70:176-184, 1999.

 

Ravina, A., Slezak, L., Mirsky, N., Bryden, N.A. and Anderson, R.A.  Reversal of corticosteroid-induce diabetes mellitus with supplemental chromium.  Diabetic Medicine 16:164-169, 1999.

 

Anderson, R.A.  International Symposium on the Health Effects of Dietary Chromium.  Journal Trace Elements Experimental Medicine12:53-54, 1999.

 

Cheng, N., Zhu, X., Shi, H., Wu, W., Chi, J., Cheng, J. and  Anderson, R.A.  Follow-up survey of people in china with type 2 diabetes mellitus consuming supplemental chromium.  Journal Trace Elements Experimental Medicine 12:55-60, 1999.

 

Preuss, H.G., Talpur, N., Manohar, V., Venkataramiah, N. and Anderson, R.A.  Chromium and hypertension.  Journal Trace Elements Experimental Medicine 12:125-130, 1999.

 

Campbell, W.W., Joseph L.J.O., Davey, S.L., Cyr-Campbell, D., Anderson, R.A. and Evans, W.J.  Effects of resistance training and chromium picolinate on body composition and skeletal muscle in older men. Journal Applied Physiology 86:29-39, 1999.

 

Imparl-Radosevich, J., Deas, S., Polansky, M.P., Baedke, D.A., Ingrebritsen, T.S., Anderson, R.A., and Graves, D.J. Regulation of phosphotyrosine tyrosine phosphatase (PTP-1) and insulin receptor kinase by fractions from cinnamon: Implications of cinnamon regulation of insulin signalling.  Hormone Research 50:177-182, 1998.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium, glucose intolerance and diabetes.  Journal American College Nutrition 17:548-555, 1998.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium physiology, dietary sources and requirements.    In:  Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition, eds M. J. Sadler, J. J. Strain and B. Caballero, Academic Press Ltd., pp. 388-394, 1998.

 

Anderson, R.A., Effects of chromium on body composition and weight loss.  Nutrition Review 56:266-270, 1998.

 

Mohamedshah, F.Y., Moser-Veillon, P.B., Yamini, S., Doughlas, L.W., Anderson, R.A., and Veillon, C.  Incorporation of a stable isotope of chromium (53Cr) into serum and breast milk and urinary losses of lactating women.  American Journal Clinical Nutrition 67:1250-1255, 1998.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Recent advances in the clinical and biochemical manifestations of chromium deficiency in human and animal nutrition.  Journal Trace Elements. Experimental Medicine  11:241-250, 1998.

 

Jarel, S.T., Schenbach, R., Lieberman, S. and Anderson, R.A.  Comparative effects of chromium, vanadium, and Gymnena sylvestre - on sugar induced blood pressure elevations in spontaneously hypertensive rats.  Journal American College Nutrition 17:116-123, 1998.

 

Striffler, J.S., Polansky, M.M., and Anderson, R.A. Dietary chromium decreases insulin resistance in rats fed a high fat mineral imbalanced diet.  Metabolism 47:396-400, 1998.

 

Rubin, M.A., Miller, J.P., Ryan, A.S., Treuth, M.S., Patterson, K.P., Pratley, R.E., Hurley, B.F., Veillon, C., Moser-Veillon, P.B., and Anderson, R.A.  Acute and chronic resistive exercise increase urinary chromium excretion in men as measured with an enriched chromium stable isotope.  Journal Nutrition 128: 73-78, 1998

 

Anderson, R.A. Nutritional factors influencing the glucose/insulin system: chromium.  Journal American College Nutrition16:404-410, 1997.

 

Anderson, R.A., Cheng, N.C., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.P., Cheng, N., Chi, J., and Feng, J.  Elevated intakes of supplemental chromium improve glucose and insulin variables of people with type II diabetes.  Diabetes 46:1786-1791, 1997

 

 Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Lack of toxicity of chromium chloride and chromium picolinate in rats.  Journal American College Nutrition 16:273-279, 1997.

 

Preuss, H.G., Grojec, P, Lieberman, S. and Anderson, R.A.  Effects of different chromium compounds on blood pressure and lipid peroxidation in spontaneously hypertensive rats.  Clinical Nephrology 47: 325-330, 1997.

 

Broadhurst, C.L., Schmidt, W.F., Reeves, J.B., Polansky, M., Gautschi, K. and Anderson, R.A.  Characterization and structure by NMR and FTIR spectroscopy, and molecular modeling of chromium(III) complexes utilized for nutritional supplementation.  Journal Bioinorganic Chemistry 66:119-130, 1997.

 

Anderson, R.A. Chromium as an essential nutrient for humans.  Regulatory Toxicol. Pharmacol. 26:S35-S41, 1997.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Evock-Clover, C. and Steele, N.C.  Beneficial effects of chromium on glucose and lipid variables of control and somatotropin treated pigs are associated with increased tissue chromium and altered tissue copper, iron and zinc.  J. Anim. Sci. 7:656-661, 1997.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Type II diabetes and chromium.  In: Therapeutic Use of Trace Metals, ed. J. Neve, P. Chappuis and M. Lamond, Plenum Press, NY, pp. 161-165, 1996.

 

Hallmark, M.A., Reynolds, T.H., DeSouza, C.A., Dotson, C.O., Anderson, R.A. and Rogers, M.A.  Effects of chromium and resistive training on muscle strength and body composition.  Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 28:139-144, 1996.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Gautschi, K.  Dietary chromium effects on tissue chromium concentrations and chromium absorption in rats.  J. Trace Elems. Exptl. Med. 9:11-25, 1996.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Beneficial metal ions: chromium.  In:  Handbook on Metal Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids, Vol. 2, ed. G. Berthon, Chapter 3, Marcel Dekker, NY, 1995.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium absorption and transport.  In:  Handbook on Metal Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids, Vol. 2, ed. G. Berthon, Chapter 2, Marcel Dekker, NY, 1995.

 

Anderson,  R.A. and Polansky,  M.M. Dietary and metabolite effects on trivalent chromium retention and distribution in rats.  J. Biol. Trace Elem. Res. 50:1-12, 1995.

 

Preuss, H.G., Gondal, J.A., Bustos, E., Bushehri, N., Lieberman, S., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson,  R.A.  Effects of chromium and guar on sugar-induced hypertension in rats.  Clin. Nephrology 44:170-177, 1995.

 

Striffler, J.S., Law, J.S., Polansky, M.M., Bhathena, S.J. and Anderson, R.A.  Chromium improves insulin response to glucose in rats.  Metabolism 44:1-8, 1995.

 

Steele, N.C., Evock-Clover, C. and Anderson, R.A.  Chromium as a nutrient. Proc. Korean Society of Anim. Sci. and Feed Manufacturers, 1995.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium, glucose tolerance, diabetes and lipid metabolism.  J. Advancement of Medicine 8:37-50, 1995.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium and parenteral nutrition.  Nutrition 11:83-86, 1995.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Deuster, P.A.  Acute exercise effects on urinary losses and serum concentrations of copper and zinc of moderately trained and untrained men consuming a controlled diet.  The Analyst 120:867-870, 1995.

 

Lindemann, M.D., Wood, C.M., Harper, A.F., Kornegay, E.T. and Anderson, R.A.  Dietary chromium picolinate additions improve gain:feed and carcass characteristics in growing finishing pigs and increase litter size in reproducing sows.  J. Anim. Sci. 73:457-465, 1995.

 

Anderson, R.A., Coulton, T., Doull, J., Marks, J.G., Smith, R.G., Bruce, G.M., Finley, B.L. and Paustenbach, D.J.  Designing a biological monitoring program to assess community exposure to chromium:  conclusions of an expert panel.  J. Tox. Environ. Health 44:123-134, 1995.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Trace minerals and cardiovascular diseases.  In:  Trace Elements and Free Radicals in Oxidative Diseases, A.E. Favier, J. Neve, P. Faure, eds.  AOCS Press, Champaign, IL, pp. 100-112, 1994.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium:  Physiology.  In:  Encyclopedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition, Macrae, R., Robinson, R.K. and Sadler, M. (eds)  London, Academic Press, Vol. 2, pp. 976-979, 1994.

 

Anderson,  R.A.   Nutritional and toxicologic aspects of chromium intake:  an overview.  In: Risk Assessment of Essential Elements, Mertz, W., Abernathy, C.O. and Olin, S.S. (eds)  ILSI Press, Washington, DC, pp. 187-196, 1994.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Stress effects on chromium nutrition in humans and farm animals.  Biotechnology in the Feed Industry, eds. T.P. Lyons and K.A. Jacques, Notingham University Press, London, England, pp. 267-274, 1994.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium and its role in lean body mass and weight reduction.  Nutr. Rept. Nutr. Rept. 11:41-46, 1993.

 

Anderson, R.A., Colton, T., Doull, J., Marks, J.G., Smith, R.G., Bruce, G.M., Finley, B.L. and Paustenbach, D.J.  Designing a biological monitoring program to assess community exposure to chromium: conclusions of an expert panel.  J. Tox. Environ. 40:555-583, 1993.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium nutrition in the elderly.  In:  Handbook of Nutrition in the Aged, ed. R.R. Watson, Chapter 22, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL , 1993.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Recent advances in the clinical and biochemical effects of chromium deficiency.  In:  Essential and Toxic Trace Elements in Human Health and Disease, ed. A.S. Prasad, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., NY, pp. 221-234, 1993.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Patterson, K.Y., Veillon, C., Andon, M.B. and Moser-Veillon, P.  Breast milk chromium and its association with chromium intake, excretion and serum chromium.  Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 57:519-523, 1993.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Dietary intake of calcium, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese and zinc:  duplicate plate values corrected using derived nutrient intake.  J. Am. Diet. Assoc. 93:462-464, 1993.

 

Evock-Clover, C.M., Polansky, M.M., Anderson, R.A. and Steele, N.C.  Dietary chromium supplementation with or without somatotropin treatment alters serum hormones and metabolites in growing pigs without affecting growth performance.  J. Nutr. 123:1504-1512, 1993.

 

Lefavi, R.G., Wilson, G.D., Keith, R.E., Anderson, R.A., Blessing, D.L., Hames, C.G. and McMillan, J.L.  Lipid-lowering effect of a dietary chromium(III)-nicotinic acid complex in male athletes.  Nutr. Res. 13:239-249, 1993.

 

Striffler, J.S., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Dietary chromium enhanced insulin secretion in perfused rat pancreas.  J. Trace Elem. Exptl. Med. 6:75-81, 1993.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium, glucose tolerance and diabetes.  Biol. Trace Elem. Res. 32:19-24, 1992.

 

Anderson, R.A.  How adding trace minerals can help cut health care costs associated with diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.  Proc. Control of Health Care Costs, Manitowoc, WI, 1992.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Dietary chromium intake - freely chosen diets, institutional diets and individual foods.  Biol. Trace Elem. Res. 32:117-121, 1992.

 

Berrio, L.F., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Insulin activity:  stimulatory effects of cinnamon and Brewer's yeast as influenced by albumin.  Hormone Res. 37:225-229, 1992.

 

Lefavi, R.G., Anderson, R.A., Keith, R.E., Wilson, G.D., McMillan, J.L., Stone, M.H.  Efficacy of chromium supplementation in athletes:  emphasis on anabolism.  Intl. J. Sport Nutr. 2:111-122, 1992.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A. and Canary, J.J.  Supplemental chromium effects on glucose, insulin, glucagon and urinary chromium losses of subjects consuming controlled low chromium diets.  Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 54:909-916, 1991.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Thorp, J.W.  Effects of carbohydrate loading and underwater exercise on circulating cortisol, insulin and urinary losses of chromium and zinc.  Eur. J. Physiol. 63:146-150, 1991.

 

Anderson, R.A.  New insights on the trace elements, chromium, copper and zinc, and exercise.  In:  Medicine and Sport Science, Vol 32, S. Karger, AG Basel, Switzerland, pp. 38-58, 1991.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Canary, J.J. and Mertz, W.  Chromium requirement is related to degree of glucose intolerance.  Proc. Trace Elems. in Man and Animals, vol. 7.  Institute Med. Res. & Occup. Health Univ., Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 3-4-3-6, 1991.

 

Cheng, N., Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Mertz, W.  Chromium interaction with nucleic acids.  Proc. Trace Elems. in Man and Animals, vol. 7.  Institute Med. Res. & Occup. Health Univ., Zagreb, Yugoslavia, pp. 3-8, 1991.

 

Campbell, W.W., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Soares, J.H., Jr. and Anderson, R.A.  Dietary chromium and exercise training effects on glucose, cholesterol and related variables.  J. Trace Elems. Exptl. Med. 3:295-305, 1990.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Nutritional role of chromium in glucose and lipid metabolism.  In:  Metal Ions, eds. P. Collery, L.A. Poirier, M. Manfait and J.-C. Etienne, John Libbey, London, pp. 95-99, 1990.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Effects of exercise, physical trauma, and high sugar intake on chromium, copper and zinc metabolism.  In:  Trace Elements in Clinical Medicine, ed. H. Tomita, Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, pp. 185-192, 1990.

 

Khan, A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Insulin potentiating factor and chromium content of selected foods and spices.  J. Biol. Trace Elem. 24:183-188, 1990.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Reiser, S.  Urinary chromium excretion and insulinogenic properties of carbohydrates.  Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 51:864-868, 1990.

 

Campbell, W.W., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Soares, J.H., Jr. and Anderson, R.A. Exercise training and dietary chromium effects on glycogen, glycogen synthase, phosphorylase and protein in rats.  J. Nutr. 119:653-660, 1989.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Present knowledge of chromium and its role in physical performance.  Vitamine Mineralstaffe Speurenilemente in Medizen, Einahrung und Umwell 4:14-14, 1989.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Richards, M.P.  Chromium supplementation of turkeys:  effects on tissue chromium.  J. Agric. Food. Chem. 37:131-134, 1989.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Essentiality of chromium in humans.  Sci. Total Environ. 86:75-81, 1989.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium in foods:  relationship to health and nutrition.  In:  Handbook of Trace Minerals in Foods.  Marcel Dekker, Inc., NY, pp. 231-247, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M. and Bryden, N.A.  Controlled exercise effects on chromium, copper and zinc in the urine of trained and untrained runners consuming a constant diet.  In:  Trace Elements in Man and Animals, Vol. 6, ed. L.S. Hurley, C.L. Keen, B. Lonnerdal and R.B. Rucher, Plenum Publishing Corp., pp. 383-384, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Chromium content of selected breakfast cereals.  J. Food. Comp. Anal. 1:303-308, 1988.

 

Mertz, W., Morris, E.R., Smith, J.C., Jr., Udomkesmalee, E., Fields, M., Levander, O.A. and Anderson, R.A.  Trace elements in the elderly:  metabolism requirements and recommendations for intakes, ed. H. Munro, Plenum Publishing Corp., pp. 195-244, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium in human nutrition.  Nutr. Rev. 46:271-272, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A., Borel, J.S., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Majerus, T.C. and Moser, P.B.  Chromium intake and excretion of patients receiving total parenteral nutrition:  effects of supplemental chromium.  J. Trace Elems. Exptl. Med. 1:9-18, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Role of chromium in controlling high and low blood sugar.  Health Media 6:41-48, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Recent advances in the role of chromium in human health and diseases.  In:  Trace Elements Research in Humans, ed. A.S. Prasad, Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp. 189-197, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Guttman, H.N.  Trace minerals and exercise.  In:  Exercise Nutrition and Energy Metabolism, eds. R. Terjung and E.S. Horton McMillan Publ. Co., New York, pp. 180-195, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A. Chromium in human health and disease.  Nutrition and the M.D. 14:1-3, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A., Polansky, M.M. and Deuster, P.A.  Exercise effects on chromium excretion of trained and untrained men consuming a constant diet.  J. Appl. Physiol. 64:249-252, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium.  In:  Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, eds. M.E. Shils and V.R. Young, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 268-273, 1988.

 

Anderson, R.A., Anke, M. and Date, J.  Iodine and other deficiencies.  World Health Organization Document, Environmental Health Number 26, Geneva, Switzerland, pp. 66-69, 1987.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium.  In:  Trace Elements in Human and Animal Nutrition, Fifth edition, ed. W. Mertz, Academic Press, Orlando, FL, Vol. 1, pp. 225-244, 1987.

 

Deuster, P.A., Dolev, E., Kyle, S.B., Anderson, R.A. and Schoomaker, E.B.  Magnesium homeostasis during high intensity aerobic exercise in man.  J. Appl. Physiol. 62:545-550, 1987.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Bhathena, S.J. and Canary, J.  Effects of supplemental chromium on patients with symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia.  Metabolism 36:351-355, 1987.

 

Campbell, W. and Anderson, R.A.  Effects of aerobic exercise and training on the trace minerals chromium, zinc and copper.  Sports Med. 4:9-18, 1987.

 

Danford, D.E. and Anderson, R.A.  Nutrient: Chromium.  Dialysis and Transplantation 16:92, 1987.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium - clinical manifestations of trace metal deficiency.  Second Postgraduate Course 1986 Update of Clinical Nutrition.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Trace elements and cardiovascular diseases.  Acta Pharmacol. Toxicol. 59:317-320, 1986.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium metabolism and its role in disease processes in man.  Clin. Physiol. Biochem. 4:31-41, 1986.

 

Kozlovsky, A.S., Moser, P.B., Reiser, S. and Anderson, R.A.  Effects of diets high in simple sugars on urinary chromium losses.  Metabolism 35:515-518, 1986.

 


 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium supplementation:  effects on glucose tolerance and lipid metabolism.  In:  Trace Elements in Health and Disease, Norstedts Tryckeri, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 110-24, 1985.

 

Moser, P.B., Borel, J.B., Majerus, T. and Anderson, R.A.  Serum zinc and urinary zinc excretion of trauma patients.  Nutr. Res. 5:253-261, 1985.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Serum chromium of human subjects.  Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 41:571-77, 1985.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bryden, N.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Chromium supplementation of human subjects.  Nutr. Res. Suppl. I:560-63, 1985.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M. and Bryden, N.A.  Strenuous running:  acute effects on chromium, copper, zinc and selected clinical variables in urine and serum of male runners.  Biol. Trace Elem. Res. 6:327-336, 1984.

 

Craft, N.E. and Anderson, R.A.  Newer understanding of chromium metabolism.  Intl. Med. 5:83-93, 1984.

 

Borel, J.S., Majerus, T.C., Polansky, M.M., Moser, P.B. and Anderson, R.A.  Chromium intake and urinary chromium excretion of trauma patients.  J. Biol. Trace Elem. Res. 6:317-326, 1984.

 

Borel, J.S. and Anderson, R.A.  Biochemistry of chromium.  In:  Biochemistry of the Elements, ed. E. Frieden, Plenum Publ. Corp., New York, NY, pp. 175-199, 1984.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Roginski, E.E., Mertz, W. and Glinsmann, W.  Chromium supplementation of human subjects:  effects on glucose, insulin and lipid variables.  Metabolism 32:894-899, 1983.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Patterson, K.Y., Veillon, C. and Glinsmann, W.H.  Effects of chromium supplementation of human subjects and correlation of Cr excretion with selected clinical parameters.  J. Nutr. 113:276-81, 1983.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Role of chromium and other trace elements in age related changes in glucose tolerance and diabetes.  In:  Proc. Conf. Aging, Chapel Hill, NC, 1983.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Patterson, K.Y., Veillon, C. and Glinsmann, W.H.  Effects of chromium supplementation on urinary Cr excretion of human subjects and correlation of Cr excretion with selected clinical parameters.  J. Nutr. 113:273-283, 1983.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Bryden, N.A.  Concentration, insulin potentation and absorption of chromium in beer.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 31:308-311, 1983.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Bryden, N.A., Roginski, E.E., Patterson, K.Y. and Reamer, D.C.  Effect of exercise (running) on serum glucose, insulin, glucagon, and chromium excretion.  Diabetes 31:212-216, 1982.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium in nutrition and diseases.  Quarterly Review of Biology 56:365, 1981.

 

Smith, J.C., Jr., Anderson, R.A., Ferretti, R., Levander, O.A., Morris, E.R., Roginski, E.E., Veillon, C., Wolf, W.R., Anderson, J.J.B. and Mertz, W.  Evaluation of published data pertaining to mineral composition of human tissue.  Fed. Proc. 40:2120-2125, 1981.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium as a naturally occurring chemical in humans.  In:  Proc. Chromate Symposium-80, Industrial Health Foundation, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 332-345, 1981.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Mertz, W.  Assessment of chromium status of man and animals.  In:  The Use of Isotopes to Detect Moderate Mineral Imbalances in Farm Animals, IAEA-TEC DOC-267, Intl. Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, pp. 147-162, 1982.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Polansky, M.M.  Dietary chromium deficiency:  effect on sperm count and fertility in rats.  Biol. Trace Elem. Res. 3:1-5, 1981.

Anderson, R.A.  Nutritional role of chromium.  Sci. Total Environ. 17:13-29, 1981.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M. and Brantner, J.H.  Assay and study of biologically active chromium utilizing adipocytes.  In:  Chromium in Nutrition and Metabolism, eds. D. Shapcott and J. Hubert, Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, New York, pp. 181-187, 1979.

 

Kumpulainen, J., Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M. and Wolf, W.R.  Chromium content of biologically active extracts of standard reference materials.  In:  Chromium in Nutrition  and Metabolism, eds. D. Shapcott and J. Hubert, Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, New York, pp. 79-84, 1979.

 

Polansky, M.M. and Anderson, R.A.  Metal-free housing units for trace element studies involving rats.  Lab. Anim. Sci. 29:357-359, 1979.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chromium:  chemistry and physiology.  In:  Nutrients and Growth Regulators, ed. M. Rechcigl, Jr., CRC Press, Inc., Cleveland, OH, 1978.

 


 

Anderson, R.A., Brantner, J.H. and Polansky, M.M.  An improved assay for biologically active chromium.  J. Agric. Food. Chem. 26:1219-1221, 1978.

 

Anderson, R.A., Polansky, M.M., Roginski, E.E. and Mertz, W.  Factors affecting the retention and extraction of yeast chromium.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 26:858-861, 1978.

 

Mertz, W., Anderson, R.A. and Wolf, W.R.  Progress of chromium nutrition research.  In:  Trace Element Metabolism in Man and Animals, vol. III, ed. M. Kirchgessner, Institute fur Ernahrungphysiolgie, Freising-Weihenstephan, pp. 269-271, 1978.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Mertz, W.  Glucose tolerance factor:  an essential dietary agent.  Trends Biochem. Sci. 2:277-279, 1977.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Vallee, B.L.  Selective cobalt oxidation as a means to differentiate the metal-binding sites of cobalt alkaline phosphatase.  Biochem. 16:4388-4393, 1977.

 

Bosron, W.R., Anderson, R.A., Falk, M.C., Kennedy, F.S. and Vallee, B.L.  Effect of magnesium on the properties of zinc alkaline phosphatase.  Biochem. 16:610-614, 1977.

 

Anderson, R.A., Kennedy, F.S. and Vallee, B.L.  The effect of Mg(II) on the spectral properties of Co(II) alkaline phosphatase.  Biochem. 15:3710-3716, 1976.

 

Anderson, R.A., Bosron, W.F., Kennedy, F.S. and Vallee, B.L.  Role of magnesium in E. coli alkaline phosphatase.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 72:2989-2992, 1975.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Vallee, B.L.  Cobalt(III), a probe of metal binding sites of E. coli alkaline phosphatase.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 72:394-397, 1975.

 

Anderson, R.A.  Chemistry of the AMP binding site in glycogen phosphorylase, ISU, Ames, IA (Thesis), 1973.

 

Anderson, R.A., Parrish, R.F. and Graves, D.J.  Chemistry of the adenosine monophosphate site of rabbit muscle glycogen phosphorylase.  II.  Properties of 8-m(mfluorosulfonylbenzamido)benzylthioadenine-modified phosphorylase.  Biochem. 12:1901-1906, 1973.

 

Anderson, R.A. and Graves, D.J.  Chemistry of the adenosine monophosphate site of rabbit muscle glycogen phosphorylase.  I.  Hydrophobic nature and affinity labeling of the allosteric site.  Biochem. 12:1895-1900, 1973.

 

Graves, D.J., Tu,J.-I., Anderson, R.A., Martenson, T.M. and White, B.J.  Association- dissociation of NaBH4-reduced phosphorylase b. Symposium on Metabolic Interconversion of Enzymes, eds. D. Wieland, E. Helmreich and H. Holzer, pp. 103-112, 1972.

 


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