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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 1995
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Bai Y, Hunt CD. Boron improves body weight of broiler chickens, possible evidence of boron essentiality. N.D. Proc ND Acad Sci 49:22, 1995.

Blake MJ, Klevay LM, Halas ES, Bode AM. Blood pressure and heat shock protein expression in response to acute and chronic stress. Hypertension 25:539-544, 1995.

Chen Y, Saari JT, Kang YJ. Copper deficiency increases metallothionein-I mRNA content selectively in rat liver. J Nutr Biochem 6:572-576, 1995.

Chen Y, Saari JT, Kang YJ. Expression of gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase in the liver of copper-deficient rats. PSEBM Vol 210, pp. 102-106, 1995.

Droke EA, Sleeper ME, Lukaski HC. Dietary iron and the duodenal enterocyte: aconitase activity and cellular iron. Proc ND Acad Sci 49:25, 1995.

Finley JW, Briske-Anderson M, Reeves PG, Johnson LK. Zinc uptake and transcellular movement by CACO-2 cells: Studies with media containing fetal bovine serum. J Nutr Biochem 6:137-144, 1995.

Finley JW, Vanderpool RA, Korynta E. Use of stable isotopic selenium as a tracer to follow incorporation of selenium into selenoproteins. PSEBM 210: 270-277, 1995.

Huang W-H, Lai, C-C, Wang Y, Askari A, Klevay LM, Askari, A, Chiu, TH. Altered expressions of cardiac Na/K-ATPase isoforms in copper deficient rats. Cardiovasc Res 29:563-568, 1995.

Hunt CD, Idso JP. Moderate copper deprivation during gestation and lactation affects dentate gyrus and hippocampal maturation in immature male rats. J Nutr 125:2700-2710, 1995.

Hunt, JR. Trace elements and free radicals in oxidative diseases. J Am Diet Assoc 5: 621-622, 1995. (Review)

Hunt, JR, Gallagher SK, Johnson LK, Lykken GI. High- versus low-mean diets: Effects on zinc absorption, iron status, and calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, and zinc balance in postmenopausal women. Am J Clin Nutr 62:621-32, 1995.

Johnson WT, Dufault SN, Newman SM, Jr. Altered nucleotide content and changes in mitochondrial energy states associated with copper deficiency in rat platelets. J Nutr Biochem 6:551-556, 1995.

Klevay LM. Copper and cardiovascular disease. In: Handbook of Metal-Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluid - Bioinorganic Medicine, Edited by Guy Berthon, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, Vol. 2, Part 4, Chapter 3, Sec. C, pp. 843-848, 1995.

Klevay LM. The development of the copper deficiency theory of ischemic heart disease. Trace Elements in Health and Disease with Special Emphasis on Atherosclerosis, Chapter 25, 1995.

Klevay LM. Dietary requirements for metallic elements. In: Handbook of Metal-Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids - Bioinorganic Medicine, Edited by Guy Berthon, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, Vol. 1, Part 3, Chapter 1, Sec. A, pp. 287-291, 1995.

Klevay LM. Elements of atherosclerosis. Trace Elements in Health and Disease with Special Emphasis on Atherosclerosis, Chapter 2, 1995.

Klevay LM. Protein and energy: A study of changing ideas in nutrition. J Nutr 125:1369, 1995. (Review)

Lai C-C., Huang W-H, Askari A, Klevay LM, Chiu TH. Expression of glutathione peroxidase and catalase in copper-deficient rat liver and heart. J Nutr Biochem 6:256-262, 1995.

Lukaski HC. Interactions among indices of mineral element nutriture and physical performance of swimmers. In: Sports Nutrition Minerals and Electrolytes, Edited by C.V. Kies and J.A. Driskell, CRC Press, Inc, pp. 267-279, 1995.

Lukaski HC. Micronutrients (magnesium, zinc and copper): Are mineral supplements needed for athletes? Int J Sport Nutr 5:S74-S83, 1995.

Lukaski HC. Physiology and Nutrition for Competitive Sport. In: Perspectives in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, (Lamb, D.R., Knuttgen, H.G. and Murray R., eds.) 7:947, 1995. (Book review)

Lukaski HC. Prevention and treatment of magnesium deficiency in athletes. In: Magnesium and Physical Activity, The Proceedings of an International Workshop, Pescara, Italy. Edited by L. Vecchiet, The Parthenon Publishing Group, New York, pp. 211-226, 1995.

Lukaski HC, Hall CB, Marchello MJ. Body temperature and thyroid hormone metabolism of copper-deficient rats. J Nutr Biochem 6:445-451, 1995.

Matz JM, Saari JT, Bode AM. Functional aspects of oxidative phosphorylation and electron transport in cardiac mitochondria of copper-deficient rats. J Nutr Biochem 6:644-652, 1995.

Michelsen KG, Hall CB, Sleeper ME, Lukaski HC. Impaired thermoregulatory function of copper-deficient (CuD) and copper-supplemented (CuS) rats acutely exposed to cold. Proc ND Acad Sci 49:24, 1995.

Miller FN, Saari JT, Alsip NL, Schuschke DA. The microphothemolytic response of erythrocytes is altered by streptozotoein-induced diabetes and copper. Life Sci 56:735-745, 1995.

Milne DB. Serum aluminum measurement: Graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrophotometry. AACC Nutr Div Forum 13:4, 1995. (Media Review)

Milne DB. Trace elements. In: Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry, Eds. Carl A. Burtis and Edward R. Ashwood, W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA, Fourth Edition, Chapter 27, pp. 485-496, 1995.

Momcilovic B. Coupling of zinc dose to frequency in a regularly recurrent pattern shows a limited capacity of excessive dietary zinc to compensate for a previously deficient intake. J Nutr 125:2687-2699, 1995.

Momcilovic B. "Crepe" - A new moisture conserving food texture in experimental feeding of laboratory rats.Proc ND Acad Sci 49:27, 1995.

Momcilovic B, Lykken GI, Wiepololski L. Comparative analysis of 65Zn and 40K in human urine by library least squares and window methods using a personal computer. J Radioanalytical and Nucl Chem, Articles, Vol. 195, No. 2, pp. 315-319, 1995.

Nielsen FH. Beneficial, unavoidable - essential? Defining boron's nutrition importance. Borax Pioneer, Number 4, 1995.

Nielsen FH. Individual functional roles of metal ions in vivo. Beneficial metal ions. Nickel. In: Handbook of Metal-Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids, Bioinorganic Medicine. Ed. Guy Berthon, Marcel Dekker, Inc,. New York, Volume 1, Part Two, Chapter 3, Section B1, pp. 257-260, 1995.

Nielsen FH. Individual functional roles of metal ions in vivo. Vanadium. In: Handbook of Metal-Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids, Bioinorganic Medicine. Ed. Guy Berthon, Marcel Dekker, Inc,. New York, Volume 1, Part Two, Chapter 3, Section B4, pp. 269-272, 1995.

Nielsen, F.H. Oxidant stress effects on the clinical and nutritional significance of trace elements. In Trace and Toxic Elements in Nutrition and Health, M. Abdulla, S.B. Vohora, and M. Athar (eds.) New Delhi, Sania Hamdard and Wiley Eastern pp. 227-241, 1995.

Nielsen FH. Vanadium absorption. In: Handbook of Metal-Ligand Interactions in Biological Fluids, Bioinorganic Medicine. Ed. Guy Berthon, Marcel Dekker, Inc,. New York, Volume 1, Part Three, Chapter 2, Section F10, pp. 425-427, 1995.

Nielsen FH. Vanadium in mammalian physiology and nutrition. In: Vanadium and Its Role for Life, Vol 31, Metal Ions in Biological Systems, Edited by H. Sigel and A. Sigel, Marcell Dekker, NY, 16:543-573, 1995.

Nielsen, F.H. and Penland, J.G. Clinical and biochemical consequences of boron deprivation in humans. In Trace and Toxic Elements in Nutrition and Health, M. Abdulla, S.B. Vohora, and M. Athar (eds.) New Delhi, Sania Hamdard and Wiley Eastern pp. 362-374, 1995.

Nielsen FH, Poellot RA, Uthus EO. Manganese deprivation affects response to nickel deprivation. J Trace Elem in Exp Med 7:167-185, 1995.

Penland JG. Quantitative analysis of EEG effects following experimental marginal magnesiuma nd boron deprivation. Magnesium Res 8:341-358, 1995.

Penland JG, Finley JW. Dietary selenium and mood states in healthy young men.Proc ND Acad Sci 49:26, 1995.

Reeves PG. Adaptation responses in rats to long-term feeding of high-zinc diets: emphasis on intestinal metallothionein. J Nutr Biochem 6:48-54, 1995.

Reeves PG. Macromineral Element. In: Nutrient Requirements for Laboratory Animals, 4th Revised Ed, National Academy Press,Washington, D.C., pp. 29-57, 1995.

Reeves PG, Stallard L. Zinc deficiency reduces the activity of angiotensin-converting enzyme in testicular germ cells and sperm of adult rats. J Trace Elem in Exp Med 7:125-134, 1995.

Saari JT, Bode AM, Dahlen GM. Defects of copper deficiency in rats are modified by dietary treatments that affect glycation. J Nutr 125:2925-2934, 1995.

Schuschke DA, Saari JT, Miller FN. A role for dietary copper in nitric oxide-mediated vasodilation. Microcirc 2:371-376, 1995.

Schuschke LA, Saari JT, Miller FN, Schuschke DA. Hemostatic mechanisms in marginally copper-deficient rats. J Lab Clin Med 25:748-753, 1995.

Sergeant S., Johnson WT. Iron and copper requirements for proliferation and differentiation of a human promyelocytic leukemia cell line (HL-60). J Cell Physiol 163:477-485, 1995.

Siders WA, Lukaski HC. Waist:Hip ratio and regional body composition changes caused by caloric and exercise intervention. Proc ND Acad Sci 49:28, 1995.

Uthus EO. Arsenic essentiality and factors affecting its importance. In: Arsenic Exposure and Health, Edited by W.R. Chappel, C.O. Abernathy and C.R. Cothern (special issue of Environmental Geochemistry and Health, vol. 16), Science and Technology Letters, Northwood, pp. 199-208, 1995.

Uthus EO. Estimation of safe and adequate daily intake for arsenic. In: Risk Assessment of Essential Elements, edited by Walter Mertz, Charles O. Abernathy and Stephen S. Olin, ILSI Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 273-282, 1995.

Uthus EO. Vanadium toxicity. In: Handbook of Metal-Legand Interactions in Bioinorganic Medicine, Edited by Guy Berthon, Marcel Dekker, Inc., pp. 730-734, 1995.

Yin X, Saari JT, Kang YJ. Copper deficiency induces apoptosis in the heart of rats. Proc ND Acad Sci 49:23, 1995.


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