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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications 2000
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Armstrong TA, Spears JW, Crenshaw TD, Nielsen FH. Boron Supplementation of a Semipurified Diet for Weanling Pigs Improves Feed Efficiency and Bone Strength Characteristics and Alters Plasma Lipid Metabolites. J Nutr 139:2575 -2581, 2000.

Bolonchuk WW, Siders WA, Lykken GI, Lukaski HC. Association of Dominant Somatotype of Men With body Structure, Function During Exercise, and Nutritional Assessment. Amer J Human Biol 12:167-180, 2000.

Bruce B, Spiller GA, Klevay LM, Gallagher SK. A diet high in whole and unrefined foods favorably alters lipids, antioxidant defenses, and colon function. J Amer Coll Nutr 19:61-67, 2000.

Davis CD. Diet and Carcinogenesis. In: Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs in Health Promotion. R Watson (ed). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp 273 -291, 2000.

Davis CD, Milne DB, Nielsen FH. Changes in dietary zinc and copper affect zinc-status indicators of postmenopausal women, notably, extracellular superoxide dismutase and amyloid precursor proteins. Am J Clin Nutr 71:781-8, 2000.

Davis CD, Newman S. Inadequate dietary copper increases tumorigenesis in the Min mouse. Caner Ltrs 159:57-62, 2000.

Davis CD, Uthus EO, Finley JW. Dietary selenium and arsenic affect DNA methylation in vitro in caco-2 cells and in vivo in rat liver and colon. J Nutr 130:2903-2909, 2000.

Finley JW, Davis CD, Feng Y. Selenium from High Selenium Broccoli Protects Rats from Colon Cancer. J Nutr 130:2384-2389, 2000.

Finley JW. Does selenium accumulation in meat confer a health benefit to the consumer? Proceedings of the American Society of Animal Science 1999, Amer Soc of Animal Sci pp 1-10, 2000.

Hunt CD. Dietary Boron is a Physiological Regulator of the Normal Inflammatory Response. In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10. Roussel et al. (eds). Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY, pp 1071-1076, 2000.

Hunt JR, Roughead AK. Adaptation of iron absorption in men consuming diets with high or low iron bioavailability. Am J Clin Nutr 71:94-102, 2000.

Johnson WT, Prohaska JR. Gender Influences the Effect of Perinatal Copper Deficiency on Cerebellar PKC Gamma Content. BioFactors 11:163-169, 2000.

Johnson WT, Thomas AC, Lozano AA. Maternal Copper Deficiency Impairs the Developmental Expression of Protein Kinase C ", $ and m Isoforms in Neonatal Rat Brain. Nutr Neuroscience 3:113-122, 2000.

Kang YJ, Wu H, Saari JT. Alterations in Hypertrophic Gene Expression by Dietary Copper Restriction in Mouse Heart. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 223:282-287, 2000.

Kang YJ, Zhou AX, Wu H, Wang GW, Saari JT. Metallothionein Inhibits Myocardial Apoptosis in Copper-Deficient Mice: Role of Atrial Natriuretic Peptide. Lab Invest 80:745-757, 2000.

Keehr KA, Hunt CD. Dietary Boron and Erythritol Affect Reproduction and Fetal Development in Rats. Proc ND Acad Sci 54:35, 2000.

Klevay, LM. Cardiovascular disease from copper deficiency - a history. J Nutr 130:489S-492S, 2000.

Klevay LM, Christopherson DM. Copper deficiency halves serum dehydroepiandrosterone in rats. J Trace Elem Med Biol 14:143-145, 2000.

Klevay LM. Christopherson DM, Shuler TR. Variability of Multiple Nutritional Elements in Hair of One Man Over Two Decades. In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10. Roussel et al. (eds). Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY, pp 339, 2000.

Klevay LM. Letter to the Editor. J Zoo Wildlife Med 31:289-290, 2000.

Klevay LM. Trace Element and Mineral Nutrition in Ischemic Heart Disease. In: Clinical Nutrition of the Essential Trace Elements and Minerals: The Guide for Health Professionals. JD Bogden, LM Klevay (eds). Humana Press Inc, Totowa, NJ, pp 251-271, 2000.

Kretsch MJ, Fong AKH, Penland JG, Sutherland B and King, J.C. Cognitive effects of adaptation to a low zinc diet in healthy men.   In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10. Roussel et al. (eds). Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY, pp 999-1001, 2000.

Lukaski HC. Assessing Regional Muscle Mass with Segmental Measurements of Bioelectrical Impedance in Obese Women During Weight Loss. Annals NY Acad Sci 904:154-158, 2000.

Lukaski HC. Bioimpedance Analysis. In: Quality of the Body Cell Mass - Body Composition in the Third Millennium. RN Pierson, Jr. (ed). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Quality of the Body Cell Mass: Body Composition in the Third Millennium, sponsored by Serono Symposia USA, Inc., Springer-Verlag, New York, Inc., NY, pp 76-88, 2000.

Lukaski HC. Dietary fatty acids and minerals. In: Fatty Acids in Foods and Their Health Implications 2nd Ed, Revised and Expanded. CK Chow (ed). Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY, pp 541-555, 2000.

Lukaski HC. Magnesium, Zinc, and Chromium Nutriture and Physical Activity. Am J Clin Nutr 72:585S-593S, 2000.

Lukaski HC, Siders WA, Hall CB. Evaluation of Regional Bioelectrical Impedance measurements to Assess Whole Body Composition. Proc ND Acad Sci 54:38, 2000.

Lykken GI, Ong HS, Alkhatib HA. Harris TR, Momcilovic B, Penland JG. Perquisite Spin-off From Twenty-Two Years of Measuring Background in the Whole Body Counter Steel Room. In: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol 904, In Vivo Body Composition Studies. S Yasumura, J Wang, RN Pierson Jr. (eds). New York, NY, pp 267-270, 2000.

McLaren CE, Kambour EL, McLachlan GJ, Lukaski HC, Li X, Brittenham GM, McLaren GD. Patient-Specific Analysis of Sequential Haematological Data By Multiple Linear Regression and Mixture Distribution Modelling. Statist Med 19:83-98, 2000.

Miller KB, Caton JS, Schafer DM, Smith DJ, Finley JW. High Dietary manganese Lowers Heart Magnesium in Pigs Fed a Low-Magnesium Diet. J Nutr 130:2032-2035, 2000.

Milne, DB. Laboratory Assessment of Trace Element and Mineral Status. In: Clinical Nutrition of the Essential Trace Elements and Minerals: The Guide for Health Professionals. JD Bogden, LM Klevay (eds). Humana Press Inc, Totowa, NJ, pp 69-90, 2000.

Milne DB, Nielsen FH. The interaction between dietary fructose and magnesium adversely affects macromineral homeostasis in men. J Amer Coll Nutr 19:31-37, 2000.

Milne DB. Trace Elements. In: Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry. CA Burtis, ER Ashwood (eds). WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA, pp 568-583, 2000.

Nielsen FH. Evolutionary Events Culminating in Specific Minerals Becoming Essential for Life. Eur J Nutr 39:62-66, 2000.

Nielsen FH. Importance of making dietary recommendations for elements designated as nutritionally beneficial, pharmacologically beneficial, or conditionally essential. J Trace Elem Exp Med 13:113-129, 2000.

Nielsen FH. Other Trace Elements. In: The Cambridge World History of Food, Vol 1. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas (eds). Cambridge University Press, Madrid, Spain, pp 856 - 868, 2000.

Nielsen FH. Possibly essential trace elements. In: Clinical Nutrition of the Essential Trace Elements and Minerals: The Guide for Health Professionals. JD Bogden, LM Klevay (eds). Humana Press Inc, Totowa, NJ, pp11-36, 2000.

Nielsen FH. The Dogged path to Acceptance of Boron as a Nutritionally Important Mineral Element. In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10. Roussel et al. (eds). Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY, pp 1043 -1047, 2000.

Nielsen FH. The Emergence of Boron as Nutritionally Important Throughout the Life Cycle. Nutr 16:512-514, 2000.

Nielsen FH. The ultratrace elements. In: Biochemical and Physiological Aspects of Human Nutrition. MH Stipanuk (ed). WB Saunders Co, Philadelphia, PA, pp 825-840, 2000.

Nielsen FH, David CD, Milne DB. Low dietary zinc and copper negatively affect plasma and urine indicators of bone health. Proc ND Acad Sci 54:39, 2000.

Nielsen FH, Yokoi K, Uthus EO. Marginal Dietary Pyridoxine and Supplemental Dietary Homocystine and Methionine Affect the Response of the Rat to Nickel Deprivation. In: Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine. JA Centeno, CG Vemet, RB Finkelman, H Gibb, JC Etienne (eds). John Libbey Eurotext, Paris, France, pp 524-527, 2000.

Penland JG. Behavioral data and methodology issues in studies of zinc nutrition in humans. J Nutr 130:361S-364S, 2000.

Penland JG, Milne DB and Davis CD. Moderately high zinc intake impairs verbal memory of healthy postmenopausal women on a low copper diet. TEMA-10 313:1025-1030, 2000.

Reeves PG. Mineral Nutrient Status Affects Cadmium Bioavailability From Sunflower Kernels. Proc 22nd Sunflower Res Workshop, Natl Sunflower Assoc pp 28-37, 2000.

Roughead ZK, JR Hunt. Adaptation in Iron Absorption: Iron Supplementation Reduces Nonheme-Iron but Not Heme-Iron Absorption From Food. Am J Clin Nutr 72:982 - 989, 2000.

Saari JT. Copper Deficiency and Cardiovascular Disease: Role of Peroxidation, Glycation, and Nitration. Can J Physiol Pharmacol 78:848-855, 2000.

Saari JT, Dahlen GM. Dietary Copper Deficiency Causes Elevation of Early and Advanced Glycation End-Products. In: Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10. Roussel et al. (eds). Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, NY, pp 523-526, 2000.

Sandstead HH, Frederickson CJ and Penland JG.  History of zinc as related to brain function.  J Nutr 130:496S-502S, 2000

Sandstead HH, Frederickson J and Penland JG. Zinc nutriture as related to brain. TEMA-10, 303:981-996, 2000.

Sandstead HH, Klevay LM. History of nutrition symposium: trace element nutrition and human health. J Nutr 483S-484S, 2000.

Schuschke DA, Falcone JC, Saari JT, Fleming JT, percival SS, Young SA, Pass JM, Miller FN. Endothelial Cell Calcium Mobilization to Acetylcholine is Attenuated in Copper-Deficient Rats. Endothelium 7:83-92, 2000.

Schuschke, D.A. and Saari, J.T. Dietary copper deficiency impairs nitric oxide-mediated signal transduction. Recent Res Devel Nutr 3:65-70, 2000

Siders WA, Lukaski HC, Hall CB. Adjustment to a Peak Physical Work Capacity Treadmill Test. Proc ND Acad Sci 54:41, 2000.

Uthus EO, Gao J, Finley JW, Davis CD, Nielsen FH. Selenium Status Affects Arsenic Deprivation in Rats. In: Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, Vol 6. JA Centeno, P Collery, G Vernet, RB Finkelman, H Gibb, JC Etienne (eds). John Libbey Eurotext, Paris, France, pp 254-256, 2000.


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