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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 1999
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Bobilya DJ, Reynolds JT, Faia KL, Briske-Anderson M, Reeves PG. Zinc-related metallothionein Metabolism in Bovine Pulmonary Artery Endothelial Cells. J Nutr Biochem 10:139-145, 1999.

Coughlin, J.R. and Nielsen, F.H. Advances in boron essentiality research: Symposium summary. In: Vth Conference of the International Society for Trace Element Research in Humans Proceedings. M. Abdulla, M. Bost, S. Gamon, P. Arnaud and G. Chazot (eds). LSL Press Ltd, Bedford, UK, pp 33-41, 1999.

Davis CD, Feng Y. Dietary copper, manganese and iron affect the formation of aberrant crypts in colon of rats administered 3,2'-dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl. J Nutr 129:1060-1067, 1999.

Davis CD, Feng Yi, Hein DW, Finley JW. The Chemical form of selenium influences 3,2'-dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl-DNA adduct formation in rat colon. J Nutr 129:63-69, 1999.

Ellis KJ, Bell SJ, Chertow GM, Chumlea WC, Knox TA, Kotler DP, Lukaski HC, Schoeller DA. Bioelectrical impedance methods in clnical research: a follow-up to the NIH Technology Assessment Conference. Nutrition 15:874-880, 1999.

Feng Y, Finley JW, Davis CD, Becker WK, Fretland AJ, Hein DW. Dietary Selenium Reduces the Formation of Aberrant Crypts in Rats Administered 3,2'-Dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl. Toxicology & Applied Pharma 157:36-42, 1999.

Finley JW, Davis CD. Manganese deficiency and toxicity: are high or low dietary amounts of manganese cause for concern? Biofactors 10:15-24, 1999.

Finley JW, Duffield A, Ha Pengcheng, Vanderpool RA, Thomson CD. Selenium supplementation affects the retention of stable isotopes of selenium in human subjects consuming diets low in selenium. British J Nutr 82:357-360, 1999.

Finley JW. Manganese absorption and retention by young women is associated with serum ferritin concentration. Am J Clin Nutr 70:37-43, 1999.

Finley JW. The retention and distribution by healthy young men of stable isotopes of selenium consumed as selenite, selenate or hydroponically-grown broccoli are dependent on the isotopic form. J Nutr 129:865-871, 1999.

Hunt CD. Copper and boron as examples of dietary trace elements important in bone development and disease. Current Opin Orthopedics 9:28-36, 1998.

Hunt CD, Idso JP. Dietary boron as a physiological regulator of the normal inflammatory response: a review and current research progress. J Trace Elem Exp Med 12:221-233, 1999.

Hunt CD. Regulation of enzymatic activity - one possible role of dietary boron in higher animals and humans. Biol Trace Elem Res 66:205-225, 1998.

Hunt JR. Nonheme iron absorption, fecal ferritin excretion, and blood indexes of iron status in women consuming controlled lactoovovegetarian diets for 8 wk. Am J Clin Nutr 69:944-52, 1999.

Hunt JR, Penland JG. Iron status and depression in premenopausal women: an MMPI study. Behav Med 25:62-68, 1999.

Hunt JR. Vitamins and minerals: to supplement or not to supplement? Proc ND Acad Sci 53:73, 1999.

Johnson WT. Copper and signal transduction: platelets as a model to determine the role of copper in stimulus-response coupling. Biofactors 10:53-59, 1999.

Johnson WT, Thomas AC. Copper deprivation potentiates oxidative stress in HL-60 cell mitochondria. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 221:147-152, 1999.

Kang YJ, Li G, Saari JT. Metallothionein inhibits ischemia-reperfusion injury in mouse heart. Am J Physiol 276:H993-H997, 1999.

Lominadze D, Saari JT, Miller FN, Catalfamo JL, Percival SS, Schuschke DA. In Vitro Platelet Adhesion to Endothelial Cells at Low Shear Rates During Copper Deficiency in Rats. J Trace Elem Exp Med 12:25-36, 1999.

Lukaski HC. Can nutritional supplements enhance sports performance? Proc ND Acad Sci 53:83-85, 1999.

Lukaski HC. Chromium as a supplement. Annu Rev Nutr 19:279-302, 1999.

Lukaski HC. Magnesium, phosphate, and calcium supplementation and human physical performance. In: Macronutrients, Electrolytes, and Macroelements in Sports Nutrition, Driskell/Wolinsky (eds). CRC Press , Inc, Boca Raton, FL, pp 197-210, 1999.

Lukaski HC, Marchello MJ, Hall CB, Schafer DM, Siders WA. Soft tissue composition of pigs measured with dual x-ray absorptiometry: comparison with chemical analyses and effects of carcass thicknesses. Nutr 15:697-703, 1999.

Lukaski HC. Requirements for clinical use of bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA). Ann New York Acad Sci 873:72-76, 1999.

Lukaski HC. Requirements for clinical use of bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA). In: Proceedings of the X. International on Conference on Electrical Bio-Impedance, PJ Riu, J Rosell, R Bragos, O Casas (eds). Barcelona, Spain, pp 17-22, 1998.

Lukaski HC. Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism and Exercise Performance. In: Perspectives in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Vol 12, The Metabolic Basis of Performance in Exercise and Sport. DL Lamb, R Murray (eds). Cooper Publishing Group, Carmel, IN, pp 261-313, 1999.

Nielsen FH, Penland JG. Boron supplementation of peri-menopausal women affects boron metabolism and indices associated with macromineral metabolism, hormonal status and immune function. J Trace Elem Expr Med 12:251-261, 1999.

Nielsen FH. The balderdash and realities of health and performance claims for supplements as exemplified by calcium, chromium and vanadium. Proc ND Acad Sci 53:78-82, 1999.

Nielsen FH. The justification for providing dietary guidance for the nutritional intake of boron. Biol Trace Elem Res 66:319-330, 1998.

Nielsen, FH. Ultratrace minerals. In: Modern Nutrition In Health and Disease, 9th ed, D Balado (ed). Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD, pp 283-303, 1999.

Milne DB. Trace Elements. In: Tietz Textbook of Clinical Chemistry, CA Burtis, ER Ashwood (eds). WB Saunders Co, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 1029-1055, 1999.

Penland JG. The importance of boron nutrition for brain and psychological function. Biol Trace Elem Res 66:299-317, 1998.

Reeves PG, Nielsen EJ, Vanderpool RA. Cadmium consumption from sunflower kernels and its availability to human volunteers. Proc 21st Sunflower Res Workshop pp 46-55, 1999.

Roughead ZK, Hunt JR. Iron supplementation reduces iron absorption from food. Proc ND Acad Sci 53:209 1999.

Roughead ZK, Johnson LK, Hunt JR. Dietary copper primarily affects antioxidant capacity and dietary iron mainly affects iron status in a surface response study of female rats fed varying concentrations of iron, zinc and copper. J Nutr 129:1368-1376, 1999.

Saari JT, Dahlen GM. Early and advanced glycation end-products are increased in dietary copper deficiency. J Nutr Biochem 10:210-214, 1999.

Saari JT, Schuschke DA. Cardiovascular effects of dietary copper deficiency. BioFactors 10:359-375, 1999.

Saari JT, Stinnett HO, Dahlen GM. Cardiovascular Measurements Relevant to Heart Size in Copper-Deficient Rats. J Trace Elem Med Biol 13:27-33, 1999.

Schuschke DA, Percival SS, Saari JT, Miller FN. Relationship Between Dietary Copper Concentration and Acetylcholine-Induced Vasodilation in the Microcirculation in Rats. Biofactors 10:321-327, 1999.

Siders WA, Lukaski HC, Bolonchuk WW, Lykken GI. Association of dominant somatotype of men with body structure, function and nturitional status. Proc ND Acad Sci 52:41, 1998.

Uthus EO. Compartmental model of nickel metabolism in rats based on orally administered 63Ni. Proc ND Acad Sci 53:92-96, 1999.

Vanderpool RA, Buckley WT. Liquid-liquid extraction of cadmium by sodium diethyldithiocarbamate from biological matrixes for isotope dilution inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. Anal Chem 71:652-659, 1999.

Zaslavsky B, Nielsen FH, Uthus EO. Predominant physiological factors in the response of rats to changes in dietary vanadium. Proc ND Acad Sci 53:97-102, 1999.

Zaslavsky B, Uthus EO. Interrelation between zinc and iron nutriture in rats. Proc ND Acad Sci 52:44, 1998.


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