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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 1996
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Bai Y, Hunt CD. Absorption and distribution of boron in rats following a single oral administration of boron. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:53, 1996.

Bai Y, Hunt CD. Dietary Boron Enhances Efficacy of Cholecalciferol in Broiler Chicks. J Trace Elem Expr Med 9:117-132, 1996.

Briske-Anderson M, Newman SM, Reeves PG. The effect of in vitro support systems on the morphological characteristics of human colon adenocarcinoma and choriocarcinoma cells. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:48, 1996.

Buckley WT, Vanderpool RA, Godfrey DV, Johnson PE. Determination, stable isotope enrichment and kinetics of direct-reacting copper in blood plasma. J Nutr Biochem 7:488-494, 1996.

Droke EA, Lukaski HC. Dietary iron and fat affect nonheme iron absorption, iron status, and enterocyte aconitase activity and iron concentration in rats. Nutr Res 16:977-989, 1996.

Finley JW, Matthys L, Shuler T, Korynta E. Selenium content of foods purchased in North Dakota. Nutr Res 16:723-728, 1996.

Foster KR, Lukaski HC. Whole-body impedance -- what does it measure? Am J Clin Nutr 64:388S-396S, 1996.

Hunt CD. Biochemical effects of physiological amounts of dietary boron. J Trace Elem Exp Med 9:185-213, 1996.

Hunt CD. Dietary boron deficiency and supplementation. In: Methods in Nutrition Research: Trace Elements in Laboratory Rodents, RR Watson (ed). CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, pp 229-253, 1996.

Hunt CD. Measurements of boron in rodent diets and tissues. In: Methods in Nutrition Research: Trace Elements in Laboratory Rodents, RR Watson (ed). CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, pp 255-267, 1996.

Hunt CD, Stoecker BJ. Deliberations and evaluations of the approaches, endpoints and paradigms for boron, chromium and fluoride dietary recommendations. JNutr 126:2441S-2451S, 1996.

Hunt, JR. Bioavailability algorithms in setting recommended dietary allowances: lessons from iron, applications to zinc. J Nutr 126:2345S-2353S, 1996.

Hunt, JR. Teratogenicity of high vitamin A intake. NEJM 334:1197, 1996.

Hunt JR. Position of the American Dietetic Association: vitamin and mineral supplementation. J Am Dietet Assoc 96: 73-77, 1996.

Hunt JR, Gallagher SK, Johnson LK, Lykken GI. High vs low meat diets: effects on zinc absorption, iron status, and calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, and zinc balance in postmenopausal women. Menopause Dig pp 11-13, 1996.

Kang YJ and Uthus EO. Suppression of plasma estradiol and progesterone concentrations by buthionine sulfoximine in female rats. Cancel Res 51:567-570, 1996.

Keehr KA, Hunt CD. Dietary boron alleviates growth cartilage abnormalities induced by vitamin D deficiency in chicks. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:47, 1996.

Klevay LM. Copper and other chemical elements that affect the cardiovascular system. In: Toxicology of Metals, L Chang (ed). CRC Press, Inc, New York, NY, pp 921-928, 1996.

Klevay LM, Medeiros DM. Deliberations and evaluations of the approaches, endpoints and paradigms for dietary recommendations about copper. J Nutr 126:2419S-2426S, 1996.

Klevay LM. Trace elements, atherosclerosis, and abdominal aneurysms. Ann NY Acad Sci800:239-242, 1996.

Lai CC, Huang WH, Klevay LM, Cunning III WT, Chiu TH. Antioxidant enzyme gene transcription in copper-dieficient rat liver. Biochim Biophys Acta 21:233-240, 1996.

Lominadze DG, Saari JT, Miller FN, Catalfamo JL, Justus DE, Schuschke DA. Platelet Aggregation and Adhesion during Dietary Copper Deficiency in Rats. Thrombosis and Hematosis 75: 630-634, 1996.

Lukaski HC. Biological indexes considered in the derivation of the bioelectrical impedance analysis. Am J Clin Nutr 64:397S-404S, 1996.

Lukaski HC. Estimation of muscle mass. In: Human Body Composition: Methods and Findings. A Roche, SB Heymsfield and TG Lohman (eds). Human Kinetics Publ, Champaign, IL pp 109-128, 1996.

Lukaski HC, Bolonchuk WW, Siders WA, Milne DB. Chromium supplementation and resistance training: effects on body composition, strength, and trace element status of men. Am J Clin Nutr 63:954-965, 1996.

Lukaski HC, Penland JG. Functional changes appropriate for determining mineral element requirements. JNutr 126:2354S-2364S, 1996.

Lukaski HC, Siders WA, Hoverson BS, Gallagher SK. Iron, copper, magnesium and zinc status as pedictors of swimming performance. Int J Sports Med 17:535-540, 1996.

Lukaski HC, Smith SM. Effects of altered vitamin and mineral nutritional status on temperature regulation and thermoregulation in the cold. In: CM Blatteis and MJ Fregley (eds), American Physiological Society Handbook of Physiology: Environmental Physiology, Volume 2. New York, NY: Oxford Press, 1996, pp 1437-1456.

McLaren CE, Kambour EL, McLachlan GJ, Lukaski HC, Li X, Grittenham GM, McLaren GD. Multiple linear regression and finite mixture distribution modelling for sequential analysis of hematological data. The University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia), Centre for Statistics, Research Report #35, 1996.

Michelsen KG, Hall CB, Newman SM, Droke EA, Sleeper ME, Lukaski HC. Iron deficiency and supplementation impact thermoregulation and brown adipose tissue (BAT) mitochondrial morphology of rats exposed to cold. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:55, 1996.

Milne D, Nielsen FH. Effects of a diet low in copper on copper-status indicators in postmenopausal women. Am J Clin Nutr 63:358-64, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Boron. In: Trace Elements in Human Nutrition and Health. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, pp 175-179, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Chromium. In: Trace Elements in Human Nutrition and Health. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, pp 155-160, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Chromium: Charlatans' delight or nutritionists' concern? In: Perspectives In Nutrition, 3rd Ed. GM Wardlaw, PM Insel (eds). Mosby-Year Book, Inc., St. Louis, MO, pp 556-557, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Controversial chromium - does the superstar mineral of the mountebanks receive appropriate attention from clinicians and nutritionists? Nutr Today 31:226-233, 1996.

Nielsen, FH. Dietary supplementation of physiological amounts of boron increases plasma and urinary boron of perimenopausal women. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:52, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Evidence for the nutritional essentiality of boron. J Trace Elem Expr Med9:215-229, 1996.

Nielsen, FH. Forword for workshop "New Approaches, Endpoints and Paradigms for RDAs of Mineral Elements". J Nutr 126:2299S, 1996.

Nielsen, FH. How should dietary guidance be given for mineral elements with beneficial actions or suspected of being essential? J Nutr 126:2377S-2385S, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Manganese. In: Trace Elements in Human Nutrition and Health. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, pp 163-167, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Nickel. In: Trace Elements in Human Nutrition and Health. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, pp 171-174, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Other trace elements. In: Present Knowledge in Nutrition, 7th Ed. EE Ziegler and LJ Filer (eds.). ILSI Press, Washington, DC, pp 353-376, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Tin. In: Trace Elements in Human Nutrition and Health. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, pp 226- 229, 1996.

Nielsen FH. Vanadium. In: Trace Elements in Human Nutrition and Health. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, pp 180-183, 1996.

Penland JG, Speaker KK. Dietary copper and magnesium effects on activity, learning, memory and anxiety in rats. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:57, 1996.

Reeves PG. AIN-93 purified diets for the study of trace element meatbolism in rodents. In: Methods in Nutrition Research: Trace Elements in Laboratory Rodents, RR Watson (ed). CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, pp 3-37, 1996.

Reeves PG. Copper status of adult male rats is not affected by feeding an AIN-93G-based diet containing high concentrations of zinc. J Nutr Biochem 7:166-172, 1996.

Reeves PG, Briske-Anderson M, Newman Jr SM. High Zinc Concentrations in Culture Media Affect Copper Uptake and Transport in Differentiated Human Colon Adenocarcinoma Cells. J Nutr 126:1701-1712, 1996.

Reeves PG, Rossow KL. Zinc-and/or cadmium-induced intestinal metallothionein and copper metabolism in adult rats. J Nutr Biochem 7:128-134, 1996.

Saari JT. Evidence that dimethyl sulfoxide inhibits defects of copper deficiency by inhibition of glycation. Nutr Res 16:467-477, 1996.

Saari JT. Time-dependent alteration of relaxation of aortas from marginally copper-deficient rats. Med Sci Res 24:727-729, 1996.

Schuschke DA, Saari JT, Miller FN, Lominadze DG. Microvascular control mechanisms in copper deficiency. J Trace Elem Exper Med 9:63-72, 1996.

Shelp BJ, Vivekanandan P, Vanderpool RA, Kitheka AM. Translocation and effectiveness of foliar-fertilized boron in broccoli plants of varying boron status. Plant & Soil 183:309-313, 1996.

Siders WA, Lukaski HC, Krause A, Matthys LA. Predicting daily energy requirements (ER) of women. Proc ND Acad Sci 50:49, 1996.

Smith SM, Luakski, HC. Dietary iron deficiency or excess. In: Methods in Nutrition Research: Trace Elements in Laboratory Rodents, RR Watson (ed). CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, pp 51-58, 1996.

Turner AA, Bouffard M, Lukaski H. Examination of bioelectrical impedance errors using generalizability theory. Sports Med Training Rehab 7:87-103, 1996.

Uthus EO. Nickel-low diet formulation and tissue nickel measurement. In: Methods in Nutrition Research: Trace Elements in Laboratory Rodents, RR Watson (ed). CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, pp 355-364, 1996.

Uthus EO, Poellot RA. Dietary folate affects the response of rats to nickel deprivation. Biol Tr Elem Res 52:23-35, 1996.

Uthus EO, Seaborn CD. Deliberations and evaluations of the approaches, endpoints and paradigms for dietary recommendations of the other trace elements. J Nutr 126:2452S-2459S. 1996.

Wirsam B, Uthus EO. The use of fuzzy logic in nutrition. J Nutr 126:2337S-231S, 1996.


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