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Agricultural Research Service

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John Finley
Nutrition, Food Safety/Quality
NATL PROG LDR (HUMAN NUTRITION)
Human Nutrition

Phone: (301) 504-5381
Fax: (301) 504-5467
Room 4-2180
5601 SUNNYSIDE AVENUE
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Team Projects (Appropriated | All) 205 projects listed

Genetic and Genomic Basis of Vegetable and Fruit Biology, Quality and Nutrient Content
Mou Between the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Research, Education, and Economics
Glycemic Effect of Honey
Atn 109 and Atn 117 Sample Repository and Laboratory Studies
Vitamin K Analysis of Food and Dietary Supplements
Study of Gene-Nutrient Interactions in Cancer Cells
Effect of Fermentable Fiber on Human Gut Microbiota,formation of Bioactive Metabolites, Inflammation and Blood Glucose Control
Diet Induced Changes in Gene Interactions in Cancer Cells
Community Nutrition and Physical Activity Program
Nutrition Research to Reduce Risk of Disease
USDA Food Patterns Equivalents Database (Usda, Fped) for 2005-2006 and 2009-2010
USDA Food Patterns Equivalents Database (Usda, Fped) for 2005-2006
High Oleic Acid and Vascular Health
Fns Support for Collection and Coding of Dietary Recalls in What We Eat in America, Nhanes
Utilization of a Skin Carotenoid Detection Device to Determine Fruit and Vegetable Intake
Delta Human Nutrition and Obesity Prevention
Effect of Diet on Immune and Physiological Changes Induced by Infection, Inflammation, and Autoimmunity, and in Relation to Chronic Disease
Development of Databases on the Bioactive Components of Food in the U.S.
Monitoring the Composition of Foods and Dietary Supplements in the United States
Bioavailability Study of Fish Oils: Emulsified Vs. Capsular Triglyceride
The Effects of Tart Cherries on Age-Related Changes in Behavior and Inflammation
Gene Expression and Systems-Based Analysis to Predict Gene-Environment Interactions
Coordination of Food Sample Preparation and Analytical Quality Assurance for USDA Contracts (Nci)
The Role of Strawberries in Aging: Effects of Strawberry Supplementation on Mobility and Cognition in Older Adults
Combining Gene Expression Data and Systems-Based Network Analysis to Predict Gene-Environment Interactions
Lifestyle Modification and Potato Consumption
Use of Information Technologies for Dietary Composition and Survey Evaluations
Nutrition Research of Naturally Occurring Food Components to Reduce Risk of Cancer
Naturally Occurring Food Components and Their Modulation of Cancer Risk
Epigenetic Modulation in the Brains of Young and Old Rats by Walnuts
Collaborative Research on Environmental Determinants of Adolescent Body Weight
Partnership Between ARS and Bowie State University for Human Nutrition Research Studies
Obesity Research in the Lower Mississippi Delta
Workshop on the Neurobiology of Food Intake and Behavior
DNA Barcodes/fingerprints, Chemical Fingerprints, and Metabolic Profiles for Botanical Supplements
Metabolomic Methods for Plant and Animal Specimens
Developing Databases of Food Patterns Equivalents for Foods in National Dietary Surveys
National Food and Nutrient Analysis Program
Coordination of Food Sample Preparation and Analytical Quality Assurance for USDA Contracts (Cdc)
Individual Differences in the Neurochemical and Behavioral Response to Exposure to Protons and Hze Particles
Critical Issues in Nutrition and Health
Efficacy of Lipid-Based Nutrient Supplements (Lns) for Pregnant and Lactating Women and Their Infants
Metabolomic Profiles and Chemical Fingerprints for Black Cohosh and Echinacea
Bioavailability Study of Fish Oils: Emulsified Vs. Capsular Triglyceride
Research Partnership with Bowie State University
Nutrition Research to Reduce the Risk of Disease
Dietary Interventions to Reduce Risk of Chronic Disease
Research and Research Education to Improve the Nutrition of Infants, Children, Adolsecents, and Pregnant and Lactating Women
Collaborative Research in Human Nutrition
Food Buying Guide (Fbg) for Child Nutrition Programs: Food Yield Studies
Nutrition Research of Naturally Occurring Food Components to Reduce Risk of Cancer
Health Related Metabolic Pathways and Walnut Consumption
Suppression of Postprandial Monocyte Activation by Fruits Rich in Anti-Inflammatory Polyphenols Or Docosahexaenoic Acid (Dha) in Humans
DNA Barcoded/fingerprints, Chemical Fingerprints, and Metabolic Profiles for Botanical Supplements
Newborn Vitamin a Supplements, Gut Microbiota and Vaccine Response at 15-18m in Bangladeshi Infants
Healthy Eating and Lifestyle for Total Health (Health)
Application of Bioinformatics to Microflora of Obese Pigs
Macronutrient Absorption from Almonds: the Measured Energy Value of Almonds in the Human Diet
The Influence of Low Calories Cranberry Juice on Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease
Optimization of Sample Preparation for Analyses of Phenolic Compounds from Different Matrices
Obesity Risk Assessment Tools
Individualized Nutrition: Interactions Between Plant Food Consumption and Human Health Outcomes
Iron Biofortification of Lentils: Defining Current Production of High Fe Lentils and Development of Enhanced Nutritional Quality, Bre1119
The Effects of Bb Supplementation on Cognitive and Gait Functions in Aged Humans
Improving the Iron Bioavailability from Staple Food Crops, Food Products, and Food Ingredients
Effects of Ingesting Msg on Energy Balance and Eating Behavior Following Moderate Energy Restriction and Weight Loss in Overweight Women
Physical Activity, Glucose Regulation, and Real-Time Measurement
Healthy Body Weight Research
Clinical Research
Collaboration Between ARS and European Food Safety Authority
Dietary Influences on Psychological and Physiological Function in Children
The Role of Dietary Factors on Growth, Development and Health
Choline Content of Commonly Eaten Foods
Monitoring Sodium and Selected Nutrients in U.S. Foods
Evaluation of the Heart Health Benefits Beyond Cholesterol for the Whole Grain Barley and Oats in Healthy Men and Women
Milk Vs. Calcium Citrate and Vitamin D for Bone Health in Postmenopausal Women
National Food and Nutrient Analysis Program
Vitamin a Equivalence of Carotenoids from Cassava in Women
Efficacy of Newborn Vitamin a Supplementation in Improving Immune Function
Newborn Vitamin a Supplementation
Identification of Muscle-Specific Biomarkers of Fatty Acid Beta-Oxidation
Development of Data Processing Techniques and Mathematical Models from Real-Time Ambulatory Sensors Assessing Activity and Physiological Parameters
Monitoring Sodium and Selected Nutrients in Food
Representative Sampling Plans and Pilot Study Planning for Botanical Ingredients for Dsid Studies
Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs: Food Yield Studies
Nutrient Composition of Meat and Meat Products
Development of Sampling Plans for Botanical Dietary Supplements
The Study of Dietary Intakes of Adults and the Elderly and Related Survey Food and Beverage Databases
Role of Dietary Factors on Growth, Development, and Health
Building Public-Private Partnerships to Promote Nutrition Science Research for Human Health
Adaptation in Polyphenol Bioavailability and Bioactivity During Long Term Exposure to Polyphenol-Rich Foods in Lean and Obese Individuals
A Developmental Approach to Childhood Obesity: the Fetal and Early Childhood Years
Flavonoid Content of Selected Dietary Supplements and Foods
Postpartum Deworming: a Novel Way to Improve Breastfeeding and Optimize Infant Growth
Metabolomic Methods for Plant and Animal Specimens
Inter-Laboratory Trial for Measurement of Parent Vitamin D and 25 (Oh)d in Foods and Dietary Supplements
Physical Activity and Its Impact on Glucose Metabolism and Fuel Management
Coordination of Food Sample Preparation and Analytical Quality Assurance for USDA Contracts
Coordination of Food Sample Preparation and Analytical Quality Assurance for USDA Contracts (Ods)
Inter-Laboratory Trial for Measurement of Parent Vitamin D and 25(oh) D in Foods and Dietary Supplements
Technical Services, Collaborative Research and Cooperative Activities with the United States Agency for International Development, Phase III
Study of Sodium and Potassium Intake, Food Sources, and the Relationship to Health Measures in Adults
Disease Risk Reduction and Lcn3-Rich Rainbow Trout
Nutritional Determinants of Brain Aging and Cognitive Decline (Bridging Sca)
Newborn Vitamin a Supplementation, Gut Microbiota and Vaccine Response at 1 Y in Bangladeshi Infants
Epigenetic Modulation in the Brains of Young and Old Rats by Walnuts
What We Eat in America - Dietary Survey: Data Collection, Interpretation, Dissemination, and Methodology
Metabolism and Molecular Targets of Macro and Micro Food Components in the Development and Management of Obesity and Chronic Diseases
Absorption, Metabolism, and Health Impacts of Bioactive Food Components
Health Roles of Dietary Selenium in Obesity
Nutritional Metabolism in Mothers, Infants, and Children
Pediatric Clinical Nutrition
Childhood Obesity Prevention
Developmental Determinants of Obesity in Infants and Children
Molecular, Cellular, and Regulatory Aspects of Nutrition During Development
Metabolite Profiling and Chemical Fingerprinting Methods for Characterization of Foods, Botanical Supplements, and Biological Materials
Immunity, Inflammation, and Nutrition in Aging
Bioavailability of Iron, Zinc and Select Phytochemicals for Improved Health
Research Partnership with Old Dominion University
Sarcopenia, Nutrition, and Physical Activity
Nutrients, Aging, and Musculoskeletal Function
Neurocognition/neuroscience (Bridging Project)
Nutrition Research with Walnuts to Reduce Risk of Disease
Research Partnership with Konkuk University Division of Food and Bioscience (Kku)
One Carbon Nutrients and Metabolism
Research Partnership with Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Impact of Early Dietary Factors on Child Development and Health
Improving Nutrition and Physical Activity Related Health Behaviors in Children and Their Environment
Regulatory Mechanisms Induced by Health-Promoting Bioactive Food Components on Sex Steroid Hormone-Dependent Pathways, Cancer Cell-Stromal Cell Interactions, and the Gut Microbiome
Dietary Regulation of Immunity and Inflammation
Health Promoting Roles of Food Bio-Active Phenolic Compounds on Obesity-Altered Heart, and Kidney Functions and Physiology
Newborn Vitamin a Supplements, Gut Microbiota, and Vaccine Response at 15-18m in Bangladeshi Infants
USDA National Nutrient Databank for Food Composition
Plant Components and Aging
Critical Windows in the Developmental Programming of Physical Exercise by Nutrition
Food and Agriculture-Based Challenges to Ensure Nutrient Adequacy and Well-Being in Humans
Evaluation of Dietary Mineral Requirements in Children 6 to 24 Months of Age
Diet, the Intestinal Microbiome, and Health of Children
Assessing Food Intake and Physical Activity of Children
Prevention of Obesity and Related Diseases
Metabolic Pathways in Obesity
Epigenetics of Stem Cells, Obesity, and Diabetes
Signaling Brain, Metabolism, and Obesity
Early Feeding Practices, Growth and Health
The Role of Leptin in Diet-Induced Obesity
Cardiovascular Nutrition and Health
Metabolic Effects of Ghrelin and Glucagon-Like Peptide Hormones
Vision, Aging, and Nutrition
Novel Functions and Biomarkers for Vitamins and Minerals
Consequences of Maternal Obesity and Obesity in Young Children
The Environment and Children's Eating Behavior
Diet, Inflammation, and Obesity
Cancer Prevention Via Diet
USDA Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database
Dietary Guidelines Adherence and Healthy Body Weight Maintenance
Rural Aging Study
Assessing the Impact of Diet on Inflammation in Healthy and Obese Adults in a Cross-Sectional Phenotyping Study and a Longitudinal Intervention Trial
Diet, Inflammation and Prevention of Chronic Disease
Improving Public Health by Understanding Diversity in Diet, Body, and Brain Interactions
Association of Serum Vitamin D and Parathyroid Hormone Levels with Markers of Bone Health in Hiv-Infected and Uninfected Children Tul-Hsc-468-13/14
Investigations on the Impact of Dietary Interventions on the Human Microbiome
Nutritional Epidemiology
Pulse Crop Research Taskforce
Biology of Obesity Prevention
The Pathophysiology of Lactation in Obesity
Co-Sponsorship of a Two-Day Workshop on “dna for Quality Control of Botanical Products”
Research Partnership with the University of the District of Columbia
The Role of Cyclo-Oxygenase in Response to High Fat Diets
CA Stable Isotope Assessment
Immunity Affected by Diet and Obesity
Dietary Status Assessment of Americans Utilizing What We Eat in America, Nhanes
Fruits, Vegetables, and Related Bioactive Compounds and Prevention of Atherosclerosis, Obesity and Chronic Inflammation
Nutrition, Sarcopenia, Physical Activity, and Skeletal Muscle Function in the Elderly
B Vitamins in Health and Aging
Improving Cardiovascular Health with Diet
Musculoskeletal Health and Metabolism in Elderly Adults
Phytochemicals and Healthy Aging
Using Nutrition and Proteolysis to Delay Age Related Macular Degeneration and Cataracts
Defining Mechanims by Which Select Nutrients Determine Cancer Risk
Molecular Targets of Tomato Carotenoids and Their Metabolites in Cancer Prevention
Obesity and Energy Regulation Throughout the Adult Lifecycle
Regulation of Obesity and Associated Metabolic Complications
Vitamin K: Food Composition, Bioavailability and Human Health
Rural Aging Study (Geisinger)
Fsrg Monitoring Sodium
Determination of Glucosinolates in Brassica
Nutrition Research to Reduce the Risk of Cancer
Plant Carotenoids: Absorption, Contribution to Human Vitamin a Stores and Impact on Immune Function and Oxidative Stress
Mou Between Usda/ars and Ghent University, Belgium
Obesity Prevention Research in the Mississippi Delta/south Central Us
Modernization of USDA Nutrient Databases for Incorporation of Branded Food Label Composition Data from Industry
Development of Databases on Food Composition (Cdc)
Monitoring Sodium and Selected Nutrients in Food
USDA Dietary Supplement Ingredients Program
Food Factors to Prevent Obesity and Related Diseases
Dietary Status Assessment of Americans Utilizing What We Eat in America, Nhanes
Mineral Analysis of Staple Food Crops, Food Products, Water and Soil Samples
Epidemiology Applied to Problems of Aging
Research Partnership with Howard University
Nutrition, Obesity, Cardiovascular Health and Genomics
Human Obesity Prevention Research
Whole Grains Workshop
Use of Isotope Kinetics for the Assessment of Body Compsotion and Energy Balance in Older Adults
Energy Regulation and Obesity
Genomics, Nutrition, and Health
Projects
HEADQUARTERS COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS - FOOD NUTRITION, SAFETY AND QUALITY (FNSQ)
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 409050
Obesity Prevention Research in the Mississippi Delta
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 426739
Pulse Crop Research Taskforce
Grant (G)
  Accession Number: 426850
INDIVIDUALIZED NUTRITION: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PLANT FOOD CONSUMPTION AND HUMAN HEALTH OUTCOMES
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 419461
Public Private Partnership to Improve the National Nutrient Database
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 425586

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Impact of wheat grain selenium content variation on milling and bread baking Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Garvin, D.F., Hareland, G.A., Gregoire, B.R., Finley, J.W. 2011. Impact of wheat grain selenium content variation on milling and bread baking. Cereal Chemistry. 88(2):195-200.
Discriminating between cultivars and treatments of broccoli using mass spectral fingerprinting and analysis of variance-principal component analysis - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Luthria, D.L., Lin, L., Robbins, R.J., Finley, J.W., Banuelos, G.S., Harnly, J.M. 2008. Discriminating between cultivars and treatments of broccoli using mass spectral fingerprinting and analysis of variance-principal component analysis. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 56(21):8130-8140.
Pinto Bean Consumption Changes SCFA Profiles in Fecal Fermentations, Bacterial Populations of the Lower Bowel, and Lipid Profiles in Blood of Humans Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Finley, J.W., Burrell, J., Reeves, P.G. 2007. Pinto Bean Consumption Changes SCFA Profiles in Fecal Fermentations, Bacterial Populations of the Lower Bowel, and Lipid Profiles in Blood of Humans. Journal of Nutrition. 137:2391-2398.
Determination of selenium bioavailability from wheat mill fractions in rats by using the slope-ratio assay and a modified Torula yeast-based diet Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Reeves, P.G., Gregoire, B.R., Garvin, D.F., Hareland, G.A., Lindlauf, J.E., Johnson, L.K., Finley, J.W. 2007. Determination of selenium bioavailability from wheat mill fractions in rats by using the slope-ratio assay and a modified Torula yeast-based diet. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 55:516-522.
Manganese depresses rat heart muscle respiration Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Miller, K.B., Caton, J.S., Finley, J.W. 2006. Manganese depresses rat heart muscle respiration. Biofactors. (28)33-46.
One-Half Cup of Dry Cooked Pinto Beans Per Day in Addition to the Regular Diet Lowered Serum Lipids in Humans - (Abstract Only)
Reeves, P.G., Finley, J.W. 2006. One-half cup of dry cooked pinto beans per day in addition to the regular diet lowered serum lipids in humans [abstract]. Presented by John W. Finley at Experimental Biology 2006, San Francisco, CA, March 31 - April 5, 2006.
Historical Shifts in the Seed Mineral Micronutrient Concentration of U.S. Hard Red Winter Wheat Germplasm - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Garvin, D.F., Welch, R.M., Finley, J.W. 2006. Historical shifts in the seed mineral micronutrient concentration of U.S. hard red winter wheat germplasm. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 86:2213-2220.
Database Values for Selenium Do Not Reflect Selenium Contents of Grain, Cereals and Other Foods Grown Or Purchased in the Upper Midwest of the United States - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Keck, A.S., Finley, J.W. 2006. Database values for selenium do not reflect selenium contents of grain, cereals and other foods grown or purchased in the upper midwest of the United States. Nutrition Research. 26:17-22.
Selenium Status Is Associated with Mood States and Cognitive Function in Chinese Men - (Abstract Only)
Penland, J.G., Finley, J.W., Gao, J. 2006. Selenium status is associated with mood states and cognitive function in Chinese men [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 20(5):A1070.
Aqueous Extracts of Selenium-Fertilized Broccoli Increase Selenoprotein Activity and Inhibit DNA Single-Strand Breaks, But Decrease the Activity of Quinone Reductase in Hepa 1c1c7 Cells Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Keck, A., Finley, J.W. 2006. Aqueous extracts of selenium-fertilized broccoli increase selenoprotein activity and inhibit DNA single-strand breaks, but decrease the activity of quinone reductase in Hepa 1c1c7 cells. Food and Chemical Toxicology. 44:695-703.
Bioavailability of Selenium from Foods Reprint Icon - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2006. Bioavailability of selenium from foods. Nutrition Reviews. 64(3):146-151.
Selenium Bioavailability from Buckwheat Bran in Rats Fed a Modified Ain-93g Torula Yeast-Based Diet Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Reeves, P.G., Leary, P.D., Gregoire, B.R., Finley, J.W., Lindlauf, J.E., Johnson, L.K. 2005. Selenium bioavailability from buckwheat bran in rats fed a modified AIN-93g Torula yeast-based diet. Journal of Nutrition. 135:2627-2633.
Glucosinolates and Selenium in the Fight Against Cancer - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W. 2005. Glucosinolates and selenium in the fight against cancer [abstract]. Presented at FAV 2005, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, Aug 17 - 20, 2005.
Bioactive Compounds and Designer Plant Foods: the Need for Clear Guidelines to Evaluate Potential Benefits to Human Health Reprint Icon - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2005. Bioactive compounds and designer plant foods: the need for clear guidelines to evaluate potential benefits to human health. Chronica Horticulturae. 45(3):6-11.
Effect of Selenium Fertilizer on Free Amino Acid Composition of Broccoli (Brassica Oleracea Cv. Majestic) Determined by Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization and Mass Selective Detection - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lee, J., Finley, J.W., Harnly, J.M. 2005. Effect of selenium fertilizer on free amino acid composition of broccoli (brassica oleracea cv. majestic) determinded by gas chromatography with flame ionization and mass selective detection. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:9105-9111.
Selenium and Sulforaphane from Broccoli Interact to Alter Gene Expression and Protection Against Oxidative Stress in Cultured Cells - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W. 2005. Selenium and sulforaphane from broccoli interact to alter gene expression and protection against oxidative stress in cultured cells [abstract]. Presented at the 230th ACS National Meeting, Washington DC, Aug 28 - Sep 1, 2005.
Phytochemicals in Broccoli Transcriptionally Induce Thioredoxin Reductase - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hintze, K.J., Wald, K., Finley, J.W. 2005. Phytochemicals in broccoli transcriptionally induce thioredoxin reductase. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:5535-40.
Selenium Accumulation in Plant Foods - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2005. Selenium accumulation in plant foods. Nutrition Reviews. 63(6):196-202.
Cultivation Conditions and Selenium Fertilization Alter the Phenolic Profile, Glucosinolate and Sulforaphane Content of Broccoli - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Robbins, R.J., Keck, A., Banuelos, G.S., Finley, J.W. 2005. Cultivation conditions and selenium fertilization alter the phenolic profile, glucosinolate and sulforaphane content of broccoli. Journal of Medicinal Food. 8:204-214.
Proposed Criteria for Assessing the Efficacy of Cancer Reduction by Plant Foods Enriched in Carotenoids, Glucosinolates, Polyphenols and Selenocompounds Reprint Icon - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2005. Proposed criteria for assessing the efficacy of cancer reduction by plant foods enriched in carotenoids, glucosinolates, polyphenols and selenocompounds. Annals of Botany. 95:1075-96.
Selenium Enrichment of Broccoli: Interactions Between Selenium and Secondary Plant Compounds Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Finley, J.W., Keck, A.S., Robbins, R.J., Hintze, K.J. 2005. Selenium enrichment of broccoli: interactions between selenium and secondary plant compounds. Journal of Nutrition. 135:1236-38.
Whole-Wheat Cereal Improves Fermentation in Healthy Men - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W. 2005. Whole-wheat cereal improves fermentation in healthy men [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(5):A984.
Speciation Effects of Allyl Sulfur Compounds on Aberrant Crypt Formation - (Abstract Only)
Ross, S.A., Finley, J.W., Leary, P., Gregoire, B., Milner, J. 2005. Speciation effects of allyl sulfur compounds on aberrant crypt formation [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(4):A80.
Broccoli Improved Lipid Values and Selenium-Enriched Broccoli Increased Plasma Selenium in Healthy Males - (Abstract Only)
Keck, A-S., Finley, J.W. 2005. Broccoli improved lipid values and selenium-enriched broccoli increased plasma selenium in healthy males [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(5):A1454.
Bioavailability of Selenium from Buckwheat Bran - (Abstract Only)
Leary, P.D., Badaruddin, M., Finley, J.W., Reeves, P.G. 2005. Bioavailability of selenium from buckwheat bran [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(4):A93.
Correlations of Chemical Composition, Antioxidant Capacity and Cellular Oxidative Stress by Extracts from 15 Broccoli Cultivars - (Abstract Only)
Eberhardt, M.V., Kobira, K., Keck, A.S., Finley, J.W., Juvik, J.A., Jeffery, E.H. 2005. Correlations of chemical composition, antioxidant capacity and cellular oxidative stress in extracts from broccoli cultivars [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(5):A1475.
Effect of the Chemical Form of Supranutritional Selenium on Selenium Load and Selenoprotein Activities in Virgin, Pregnant, and Lactating Rats - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Taylor, J.B., Finley, J.W., Caton, J.S. 2005. Effect of the chemical form of supranutritional selenium on selenium load and selenoprotein activities in virgin, pregnant, and lactating rats. Journal of Animal Science. 83:422-429.
Cruciferous Vegetables: Cancer Protective Mechanisms of Glucosinolate Hydrolysis Products and Selenium - (Review Article)
Keck, A.S., Finley, J.W. 2004. Cruciferous Vegetables: Cancer Protective Mechanisms of Glucosinolate Hydrolysis Products and Selenium. Integrative Cancer Therapies. 3(1):5-12.
Selenium from Selenium-Enriched Broccoli Is More Effective Than Selenite Or Broccoli Alone for the Reduction of H2o2-Induced DNA Strand Breaks in Hepa 1c1c7 Cells - (Abstract Only)
Keck, A.S., Finley, J.W. 2004. Selenium from selenium-enriched broccoli is more effective than selenite or broccoli alone for the reduction of h2o2-induced dna strand breaks in hepa 1c1c7 cells. Meeting Abstract.
Manganese Alters Mitochondrial Integrity in the Hearts of Swine Marginally Deficient in Magnesium - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Miller, K.B., Newman Jr, S.M., Caton, J.S., Finley, J.W. 2004. Manganese alters mitochondrial integrity in the hearts of swine marginally deficient in magnesium. Biofactors. 20:85-96.
Does Environmental Exposure to Manganese Pose a Health Risk to Healthy Adults? - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2004. Does environmental exposure to manganese pose a health risk to healthy adults? Nutrition Reviews. 62(4):148-153.
Activation of Antioxidant Responsive Element (Are) -Regulated Genes by Bioactive Components in Broccoli - Effects of Fertilization with Selenium (Se) - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W., Hintze, K.J., Robbins, R.J., Keck, A. 2004. Activation of antioxidant responsive element (are) -regulated genes by bioactive components in broccoli - effects of fertilization with selenium (se) [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 18:A892.
Knockdown of Thioredoxin Reductase-1 (Tr) Results in Increased Measures of Cellular Oxidative Damage - (Abstract Only)
Hintze, K.J., Wald, K., Finley, J.W. 2004. Knockdown of thioredoxin reductase-1 (tr) results in increased measures of cellular oxidative damage [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 18:A917.
Effects of Selenium Source on Characteristics of Selenium Digestibility in Finishing Beef Steers. - (Abstract Only)
Soto-Navarro, S.A., Williams, G.J., Taylor, J.B., Finley, J.W., Caton, J.S.2003. Effects of selenium source of characteristics of selenium digestibility in finishing beef steers [abstract]. Journal of Animal Science. 81(Suppl.2):95.
Selenium (Se) and Sulforaphane (Sf) Interact to Reduce Oxidative Damage in Ht-29 Cells - (Abstract Only)
Leary, P., Hintze, K.J., Keck, A., Wald, K., Finley, J.W. 2004. Selenium (se) and sulforaphane (sf) interact to reduce oxidative damage in ht-29 cells [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 18:A916.
Effect of High Selenium Feeds on Performance, Carcass Characteristics, Visceral Organ Mass, and Selenium Accumulation in Finishing Beef Steers - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lawler, T.L., J.B. Taylor, d, J.W. Finley, and J.S. Caton. 2004. Effect of Supranutritional and Organically-bound Selenium on Perfomance, Carcass Characteristics, and Selenium Distribution in Finishing Steers. J.Anim. Sci. 82:1488-1493.
Effect of High Selenium Wheat on Visceral Organ Mass, Intestinal Cellularity and Vascularity in Finishing Beef Steers - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Soto-Navarro, S.A., T.L. Lawler, J.B. Taylor, L.P. Reynolds, J.J. Reed, J.W. Finley, and J.S. Caton. 2004. Effect of high selenium wheat on visceral organ mass, and intestinal cellularity and vascularity in finishing beef steers. J.Anim. Sci. 82:1788-1792.
Genotypic and Environmental Effects on Seed Selenium Content in Common Wheat - (Abstract Only)
Garvin, D.F., Finley, J.W., Carver, B.F. 2003. Genotypic and environmental effects on seed selenium content in common wheat [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. CD-ROM. Paper No. 620.
Bioavailability of Selenium from Meat and Broccoli As Determined by Retention and Distribution of Se75 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Finley, J.W., Grusak, M.A., Keck, A., Gregoire, B.R. 2004. Bioavailability of selenium from meat and broccoli as determined by retention and distribution of se75. Biological Trace Element Research. 99:191-209.
Thioredoxin Reductase in Human Hepatoma Cells Is Transcriptionally Regulated by Sulforaphane and Other Electrophiles Via An Antioxidant Response Element - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hintze, K.J., Wald, K.A., Zeng, H., Jeffery, E.H., Finley, J.W. 2003. Thioredoxin reductase by sulforaphane and other electrophiles via an antioxidant response element. Journal of Nutrition. 133:2721-2727.
Thioredoxin Reductase in Human Hepatoma Cells Is Transcriptionally Regulated by Sulforaphane and Other Electrophiles Via An Antioxidant Response Element - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hintze, K.J., Wald, K., Jeffery, E.H., Finley, J.W., Zeng, H. 2003. Thioredoxin reductase in human hepatoma cells is transcriptionally regulated by sulforaphane and other electrophiles via an antioxidant response element. Journal of Nutrition. 133:2721-2727.
Dietary Manganese Intake and Type of Lipid Do Not Affect Clinical Or Neuropsychological Measures in Healthy Young Women Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Finley, J.W., Penland, J.G., Pettit, R.E., Davis, C.D. 2003. Dietary manganese intake and type of lipid do not affect clinical or neuropsychological measures in healthy young women. 2003. Journal of Nutrition. v.133. p.2849-2856.
The Effect of Dietary Sulforaphane (Sf) and Selenium (Se) on Thioredoxin Reductase (Tr), Glutathioine Peroxidase (Gpx) and Quinone Reductase (Qr) Activities in Male Fisher-344 Rats - (Abstract Only) - (30-May-03)
Speciation of Selenium Compounds from High Selenium Broccoli Is Affected by the Extracting Solution - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roberge, M.T., Borgerding, .J. and Finley, J.W. Speciation of selenium compounds from high selenium broccoli is affected by the extracting solution. J. Agricul. Food Chem. 51: 4191-4197, 2003
The Anti-Oxidant Responsive Element (Are) May Be a Mechanism to Explain the Cancer Protective Effects of Cruciferous Vegetables - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2003. The antioxidant responsive element (ARE) may explain the protective effects of cruciferous vegetables on cancer. Nutrition Reviews. 61 (7):250-254.
Effects of Feeds Naturally High in Selenium on Performance and Selenium Concentration in Various Tissues of Finishing Beef Steers - (Proceedings)
Lawler, T.L., Taylor, J.B., Finley, J.W., Caton, J.S. Effect of feeds naturally high in selenium on performance and selenium concentration in various tissues of finishing beef steer. Journal of Animal Science. 2003. v. 81 (Suppl.1) Abstract p. 80.
Effect of High Selenium Feeds on Selenium Status in Finishing Beef Steers - (Proceedings)
WSASAS Proc. 53:534-36, 2003.
Specific Selenium Species from Broccoli Are Transported Differently Across a Caco-2 Cell Monolayer - (Abstract Only)
Roberge, M., Borgerding, A., Finley, J.W. 2003. Specific selenium species from broccoli are transported differently across a caco-2 cell monolayer [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 17(5):A1136.
Transcriptional Induction of Thioredoxin Reductase (Tr) - (Abstract Only)
Hintze, K.J., Wald, K., Jeffery, E.H., Finley, J.W. 2003. Transcriptional induction of thioredoxin reductase (tr) [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 17(5):A1371.
Advantages of the Pulsed Discharge Helium Ionization Detector (Pdhid) in Detecting Separations of Bacterial Metabolites - (Abstract Only) - (28-Jan-03)
Evaluation of the Pulsed Discharge Helium Ionization Detector for the Analysis of Hydrogen and Methane in Breath - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roberge, M.T., Finley, J.W., Lukaski, H.C., Borgerding, A.J. 2004. Evaluation of the pulsed discharge helium ionization detector for the analysis of hydrogen and methane in breath. Journal of Chromatography A. 1027:19-23.
Reduction of Cancer Risk by Consumption of Selenium-Enriched Plants: Enrichment of Broccoli with Selenium Increases the Anti-Carcinogenic Properties of Broccoli Reprint Icon - (Review Article)
Finley, J.W. 2003. Reduction of Cancer Risk by Consumption of Selenium-Enriched Plants: Enrichment of Broccoli with Selenium Increases the Anticarcinogenic Properties of Broccoli. Journal of Medicinal Food. 6(1):19-26.
Induction of Heptic Thioredoxin Reductase Activity by Sulforaphane, Both in Hepalclc7 Cells and in Male Fisher 344 Rats - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hintze, K.J., Keck, A-S., Finley, J.W. and Jeffery, E.H. Induction of hepatic thioredoxin reductase activity by sulforaphane, both in Hepa 1c1c7 cells and in male Fisher 344 rats. J. Nutr. Biochem. 14: 173-179, 2003.
Bioavailability of Selenium from Meat and Broccoli As Determined by Retention and Distribution of Se75 - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W., Grusak, M.A., Keck, A., Gregoire, B.R. 2003. Bioavailability of selenium from meat and broccoli as determined by retention and distribution of se75 [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 17(5):A1136.
Selenium (Se) Enriched Beef, Wheat Or Broccoli Or the Salt Selenate Differ in the Ability to Increase Thioredoxin Reductase (Tr) and Glutathione Peroxidase (Gpx) in Rats - (Abstract Only)
Keck, A., Finley, J.W. 2003. Selenium (se) enriched beef, wheat or broccoli or the salt selenate differ in the ability to increase thioredoxin reductase (tr) and glutathione peroxidase (gpx) in rats [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 17(5):A1136.
Effect of Selenium-Enriched Broccoli Diet on Differential Gene Expression in Min Mouse Liver - (Abstract Only)
Zeng, H., Davis, C.D., Finley, J.W. 2003. Effect of selenium-enriched broccoli diet on differential gene expression in min mouse liver [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 17(5):A1159.
Seed Micronutrient Contents of a Historical Collection of Hard Red Winter Wheats - (Abstract Only) - (10-Nov-02)
Selenium Concentration and Distribution in Range Forages from Four Locations in the Northern Great Plains - (Popular Publication)
Lawler, T.J., Taylor, J.B., Grings, E.E., Finley, J.W., Caton, J. 2003. Selenium concentration and distribution in range forages from four locations in the northern great plains. Research Update for Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Laboratory p. 82. 2003.
Selenium Accumulation in Beef: Effect of Dietary Selenium and Geographicalarea of Animal Origin - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hintze, K.J., Lardy, G.P., Marchello, M.J., Finley, J.W. 2002. Selenium accumulation in beef: effect of dietary selenium and geographicalarea of animal origin. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 50(14):3938-42.
Selenium in Animal Nutrition and Human Health Implications - (Abstract Only)
Hintze, K.J., Lardy, G.P., Caton, J.S., Finley, J.W. 2002. Factors that influence selenium content of beef [abstract]. 93rd Annual American Oil Chemists' Society Meeting. p. S44.
Manganese and Magnesium in Nutrition - (Abstract Only)
Miller, K.B., Caton, J.S., Newman Jr, S.M., Finley, J.W. 2002. Manganese and magnesium in nutrition [abstract]. 93rd Annual American Oil Chemists' Society meeting. p.S44.
Brain Tissues Contain Abundant Low Molecular Weight Selenomolecules - (Abstract Only) - (20-Apr-02)
High Dietary Manganese in Ultrastructural Cardiac Myopathy - (Abstract Only) - (20-Apr-02)
Selenium from Broccoli: a Unique Anti-Cancer Agent? - (Review Article) - (08-Apr-02)
Selenium Concentration and Distribution in Range Forages from Four Locations in the Northern Great Plains - (Abstract Only)
LAWLER, T.L., TAYLOR, J.B., GRINGS, E.E., FINLEY, J.W., CATON, J.S. SELENIUM CONCENTRATION AND DISTRIBUTION IN RANGE FORAGES FROM FOUR LOCATIONS IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS. JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE SUPPLEMENT. 2002. v. 80(SUPPL. 2). p. 115.
Accumulation of Selenium by Broccoli: a Unique Anti-Cancer Agent - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W. 2002. Accumulation of selenium by broccoli: a unique anti-cancer agent [abstract]. 13th Crucifer Genetics Workshop.
Biotransfer Possibilities of Selenium from Plants Used in Phytoremediation - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (20-Mar-02)
Chemical Versus Food Forms of Selenium in Cancer Prevention - (Review Article)
Davis, C.D., Finley J.W. Chemical versus food forms of selenium in cancer prevention. In: Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals in Cancer Prevention. Watson, Ronald R. (ed); Iowa State Press, Iowa, pp. 55-85, 2003.
Inducibility of Thioredoxin Reductase (Tr) by Sulforaphane (Sf) Derived from Broccoli - (Abstract Only)
Hintze, K.J., Keck, A., Finley, J.W., Jeffery, E. 2002. Inducibility of thioredoxin reductase (tr) by sulforaphane (sf) derived from broccoli [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 16(5):A993.
Retention and Distribution of Selenium from 75se Labeled Meat and Broccoli - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W. 2002. Retention and distribution of selenium from 75se labeled meat and broccoli [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 16(5):A994.
Dietary Broccoli and Pure Sulforaphane Upregulated Detoxification Enzymes and Thioredoxin Reductase, But Decreased Glutathione Peroxidase When Fed to F344 Rats - (Abstract Only)
Keck, A.S., Hintze, K.J., Finley, J.W., Jeffery, E. 2002. Dietary broccoli and pure sulforaphane upregulated detoxification enzymes and thioredoxin reductase, but decreased glutathione peroxidase when fed to f344 rats [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 16(5):A1007.
Selenium-Enriched Broccoli Decreases Intestinal Tumorigenesis in Multiple Intestinal Neoplasia (Min) Mice - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis, C.D., Zeng, H., Finley, J.W. 2002. Selenium-enriched broccoli decreases intestinal tumorigenesis in multiple intestinal neoplasia (Min) mice. Journal of Nutrition. 132:307-309.
Manganese Absorption and Retention in Rats Is Affected by the Degree of Saturation of Dietary Fat - (Proceedings) - (18-Jul-01)
Anticarcinogenic Properties of High Selenium Foods - (Abstract Only)
Hintze, K.J., Davis, C.D., Gregoire, B.R., Finley, J.W. 2001. Anticarcinogenic properties of high selenium foods [abstract]. Presented at the American Oil Seed Society Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
Aurothioglucose Inhibition of Thioredoxin Reductase and Glutathione Peroxidase - (Abstract Only) - (31-Mar-01)
Cancer-Protective Properties of High-Selenium Broccoli - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (16-Mar-01)
Selenium (Se) from High-Selenium Broccoli Is Utilized Differently Than Selenite, Selenate and Selenomethionine, But Is More Effective in Inhibiting Colon Carcinogenesis - (Proceedings) - (21-Feb-01)
High-Selenium Wheat Protects Against Colon Cancer in Rats - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W., Davis, C.D., Hintze, K. 2001. High-selenium wheat protects against colon cancer in rats [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies foe Experimental Biology Journal. 15(4):A62.
Protective Effects of Selenium-Enriched Broccoli Against Mammary Cancer Andcolonic Aberrant Crypt Formation - (Abstract Only) - (31-Jan-01)
Areas with High Concentrations of Selenium in the Soil and Forage Produce Beef with Enhanced Concentrations of Selenium - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-Nov-00)
Mucosal Uptake and Whole Body Retention of Dietary Manganese Are Not Altered in Beta2-Microglobulin Knockout Mice - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roughead, Z.K., Finley, J.W. 2001. Mucosal uptake and whole body retention of dietary manganese are not altered in beta2-microglobulin knockout mice. Biological Trace Element Research. 80(3):231-244.
Selenium Accumulation in Meat: Health Benefit Or Toxin? - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Oct-00)
Dietary Selenium and Arsenic Affect DNA Methylation in Vitro in Caco-2 Cells in in Vivo Rat Liver and Colon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis, C.D., Uthus, E.O., Finley, J.W. 2000. Dietary selenium and arsenic affect DNA methylation in vitro in Caco-2 cells in in vivo rat liver and colon. Journal of Nutrition. 130:2903-2909.
Selenium Concentration and Distribution in Range Forages from Four Locations in the Northern Great Plains - (Proceedings)
LAWLER, T.L., TAYLOR, J.B., GRINGS, E.E., FINLEY, J.W., CATON, J.S. SELENIUM CONCENTRATION AND DISTRIBUTION IN RANGE FORAGES FROM FOUR LOCATIONS IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS. WESTERN SECTION OF ANIMAL SCIENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2000. v. 53. p. 7-9.
Selenium Status Affects Arsenic Deprivation in Rats - (Proceedings)
Uthus, E.O., Gao, J., Finley, J.W., Davis, C.D., Nielsen, F.H. 2000. Selenium status affects arsenic deprivation in rats. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 7-10, 2002. 6:254-256.
Selenium from High-Selenium Broccoli Is Protective Against Colon Cancer - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (04-May-00)
Selenium in Beef Grass and Soil from Various Regions of North Dakota - (Abstract Only)
Hintze, K.J., Lardy, G.P., Marchello, M.J., Finley, J.W. 2000. Selenium in beef grass and soil from various regions of north dakota [abstract]. Presented at the Great Lakes Regional American Chemical Society Symposium, Fargo, ND.
Selenium from High-Selenium Broccoli Does Not Induce Glutathione Peroxidase(gsh-Px) Mrna Production As Well As Selenite, But Is More Effective in Inhibiting Colon Carcinogenesis - (Abstract Only) - (15-Apr-00)
Use of Radioactive Isotopes for Studies with Ultra-Trace Elements - (Book / Chapter) - (06-Apr-00)
Selenium from High-Selenium Broccoli Is Protective Against Colon Cancer - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W., Gregoire, B.R., Davis, C.D., Hintze, K.J. 2000. Selenium from high-selenium broccoli is protective against colon cancer [abstract]. Presented at the Canadian Association of Laboratory Animal Science, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Selenium (Se) from High-Selenium Broccoli Does Not Induce Glutathione Peroxidase (Gsh-Px) Mrna Production As Well As Selenite, But Is More Effective in Inhibiting Colon Carcinogenesis. - (Abstract Only) - (28-Mar-00)
Factors That Influence Selenium Content of Beef - (Abstract Only)
Hintz, K., Lardy, G.P., Marchello, M.J., Finley, J.W. 2000. Factors that influence selenium content of beef [abstract]. Presented at the Canadian Association of Laboratory Animal Science, Winnipgeg, Manitoba, Canada.
High Levels of Dietary Manganese Causes Magnesium Depletion in the Heart Tissue of Pigs Fed Low Levels of Magnesium - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (07-Mar-00)
Selenium from High-Selenium Broccoli Is Protective Against Colon Cancer - (Abstract Only)
Gregoire, B.R., Finley, J.W., Davis, C.D., Hintze, K.J. 2000. Selenium from high-selenium broccoli is protective against colon cancer [abstract]. Presented at the Great Lakes Regional American Chemical Society Symposium, Fargo, ND.
High Dietary Manganese Lowers Heart Magnesium in Pigs Fed a Low Magnesium Diet - (Abstract Only) - (06-Mar-00)
Selenium Status Affects Arsenic Deprivation in Rats - (Abstract Only)
Uthus, E.O., Gao, J., Finley, J.W., Davis, C.D., Nielsen, F.H. 2000. Selenium status affects arsenic deprivation in rats [abstract]. 6th International Symposium on Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine. Scientific Program and Book of Abstracts. p.133.
Interactive Effects of Dietary Fat Type and Manganese Concentration in Healthy Young Women - (Abstract Only)
Finley, J.W., Davis, C.D., Penland, J.G. 2000. Interactive effects of dietary fat type and manganese concentration in healthy young women [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 14:A297.
Selenium Deprivation Decreases Total Plasma Homocysteine in Rats Fed a Torula Yeast-Based Diet - (Abstract Only)
Uthus, E.O., Finley, J.W., Davis, C.D. 2000. Selenium deprivation decreases total plasma homocysteine in rats fed a torula yeast-based diet [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 14:A536.
Moderately High Dietary Intakes of Manganese Do Not Cause Neurologic Signs Or Symptoms in Healthy Adult Women - (Abstract Only)
Penland, J.G., Davis, C.D., Finley, J.W., Pettit, R.E. 2000. Moderately high dietary intakes of manganese do not cause neurologic signs or symptoms in healthy adult women [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 14:A262.
Selenium Content of Beef Produced in North Dakota Varies by Geographic Region - (Abstract Only) - (20-Jul-99)
Selenium Supplementation Affects the Retention of Stable Isotopes of Selenium in Humans Consuming Diets Low in Selenium - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (02-Jun-99)
Manganese Deficiency and Toxicity: Are High Or Low Dietary Amounts of Manganese Cause for Concerns? - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Jun-99)
Protective Effects of Different Chemical Forms of Se on Formation of Aberrant Crypt Foci in the Colons of Rats with Chemically Induced Carcinogenesis - (Abstract Only) - (28-May-99)
The Interaction of Dietary Fat Type and Dietary Manganese Concentration Affects Manganese Absorption and Retention in Rats - (Abstract Only) - (17-Apr-99)
Manganese Concentration in Tissues of Pigs Fed High and Low Amounts of Manganese with and Without Trace Mineral Supplementation - (Abstract Only) - (17-Apr-99)
Retention and Distribution by Healthy Young Men of Stable Isotopes of Selenium Administered As a Salt Or Intrinsically Incorporated into Broccoli - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (05-Jan-99)
Manganese Absorption and Retention by Young Women Is Dependent on Serum Ferritin Concentration - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (04-Jan-99)
Dietary Selenium Reduces 3,2'-Dimethyl-4-Aminobiphenyl-Induced Aberrant Crypt Formation in the Rat - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (04-Jan-99)
The Chemical Form of Selenium Influences 3,2'-Dimethyl-4-Aminobiphenyl-Dna Adduct Formation in the Colon of the Rat - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (14-Oct-98)
Manganese Uptake and Release by Cultured Human Hepato-Carcinoma (Hep-G2) Cells - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Oct-98)
The Absorption and Tissue Distribution of Selenium from High Selenium Broccoli Is Different Than Selenium from Selenite, Selenate and Selenomethionine in Selenium Deficient Rats - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (08-Jul-98)
Effect of Selenium Supplements on the Concentrations of Thyroid Hormones, Immunoglobulins, and Distribution of Selenium among Serum Proteins in Cows - (Abstract Only) - (29-Jun-98)
Nutritional Bioavailability of Se in Broccoli - (Abstract Only) - (17-Apr-98)
The Metabolism, Distribution and Cancer-Prevention Properties of Broccoli Containing High Concentrations of Selenium - (Abstract Only) - (09-Mar-98)
Effect of Biliary Ligation on Manganese Accumulation in Rat Brain - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (29-Dec-97)
Effect of Biliary Ligation and Dietary Manganese on Manganese Accumulation in Rat Brain - (Abstract Only) - (29-Dec-97)
Adequacy Or Deprivation of Dietary Selenium in Healthy Men: Clinical and Psychological Findings - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (20-Oct-97)
The Effect of Dietary MN and Serum Ferritin Concentration on MN Absorption and Retention - (Abstract Only) - (06-Apr-97)
The Influence of Culture Conditions and Passage Number on the Morphology and Metabolism of Caco-2 Cells - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (27-Sep-96)
Selelenium Supplementation Affects Mood States of New Zealand Adults with Low Selenium Intake - (Abstract Only) - (19-Aug-96)
Manganese Deficiency in Rodents - (Review Article) - (01-Aug-96)
A Surgical Model in Swine for Determining the True Absorption and Endogenous Excretion of MN - (Abstract Only) - (14-Apr-96)
A Surgical Technique for Determining the True Absorption and Biliary Excretion of Trace Elements in Swine - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (12-Apr-96)
The Effect of Selenium Supplementation on the Retention and Distribution Ofstable Selenium 74se in Blood Fractions of Men and Women Living in An Area of Low Se Intake - (Abstract Only) - (05-Feb-96)
Selenium Content of Foods Purchased in North Dakota - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (13-Nov-95)
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