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Lana C Demars
Dietary Prevention of Obesity-related Disease Research
Biologist

Phone: (701) 795-8498
Fax: (701) 795-8395

2420 2ND AVE N
GRAND FORKS , ND 58203


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Effects of a high-fat diet on spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 deficient and wild-type mice -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C. 2014. Effects of a high-fat diet on spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 deficient and wild-type mice. PLoS One. 9(10):e110869.
Long-term voluntary running improves diet-induced adiposity in young adult mice Reprint Icon -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C., Johnson, L.K. 2012. Long-term voluntary running improves diet-induced adiposity in young adult mice. Nutrition Research. 32:458-465.
Dietary supplementation with methylseleninic acid, but not selenomethionine, reduces spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in mice -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C. 2012. Dietary supplementation with methylseleninic acid, but not selenomethionine, reduces spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in mice. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. 26:376.2.
Non-motorized voluntary running does not affect experimental and spontaneous metastasis in mice -
Yan L, DeMars LC. Non-motorized voluntary running does not affect experimental and spontaneous metastasis in mice. Proceedings of the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research; 2012 March 31-April 4; Chicago, IL. Philadelphia (PA): AACR; 2012; 2012. Abst nr 595.
Dietary supplementation with methylseleninic acid, but not selenomethionine, reduces spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in mice Reprint Icon -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C. 2012. Dietary supplementation with methylseleninic acid, but not selenomethionine, reduces spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in mice. International Journal of Cancer. 131:1260-1266.
Effects of non-motorized voluntary running on experimental and spontaneous metastasis in mice Reprint Icon -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C. 2011. Effects of non-motorized voluntary running on experimental and spontaneous metastasis in mice. Anticancer Research. 31:3337-3344.
Effects of the physical form of the diet on food intake, growth, and body composition changes in mice Reprint Icon -
Yan, L., Combs, G.F., Demars, L.C., Johnson, L.K. 2011. Effects of the physical form of the diet on food intake, growth, and body composition changes in mice. Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. 50(4):488-494.
Effects of diet-induced obesity on secondary tumor development and plasma cytokine expression in mice -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C. 2011. Effects of diet-induced obesity on secondary tumor development and plasma cytokine expression in mice. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. 25:977.11
Effects of dietary fat on spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in mice Reprint Icon -
Yan, L., Demars, L.C. 2010. Effects of dietary fat on spontaneous metastasis of Lewis lung carcinoma in mice. Clinical and Experimental Metastasis. 27(8):581-590.
Bovine hemoglobin as the sole source of dietary iron does not support adequate iron status in copper-adequate or copper-deficient rats Reprint Icon -
Reeves, P.G., Demars, L.C. 2007. Bovine hemoglobin as the sole source of dietary iron does not support adequate iron status in copper-adequate or copper-deficient rats. Nutrition Research. 27:289-294.
Signs of iron deficiency in copper-deficient and control rats fed bovine hemoglobin as the sole source of iron Reprint Icon -
Reeves, P.G., Demars, L.C. 2007. Signs of iron deficiency in copper-deficient and control rats fed bovine hemoglobin as the sole source of iron [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 21(6):A1115.
Signs of Iron Deficiency in Copper-deficient Rats Are Not Affected by Iron Supplements Administered by Diet or by Injection -
Reeves, P.G., Demars, L.C. 2006. Signs of iron deficiency in copper-deficient rats are not affected by iron supplements administered by diet or by injection. Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. 17:635-642.
ANEMIA IN CU-DEFICIENT RATS WAS NOT REVERSED BY ADMINISTERING HIGH AMOUNTS OF CU-FREE FE, EITHER PARENTERALLY OR BY DIET -
Reeves, P.G., DeMars, L.C. 2006. Anemia in Cu-deficient rats was not reversed by administering high amounts of Cu-free Fe, either parenterally or by diet [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 20(4):A193.
REPLETION OF COPPER-DEFICIENT MALE RATS WTIH DIETARY COPPER RESTORES DUODENOL HEPHAESTIN PROTEIN AND IRON ABSORPTION, AND REVERSES SIGNS OF ANEMIA -
Reeves, P.G., DeMars, L.C.S. 2005. Repletion of copper-deficient rats with dietary copper restores duodenal hephaestin protein and iron absorption. Experimental Biology and Medicine. 230:320-325.
A CHRONOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF CU DEFICIENCY ON FE ABSORPTION AND METABOLISM IN MALE RATS -
Reeves, P.G., DeMars, L.C. 2005. A chronological study on the effects of Cu deficiency on Fe absorption and metabolism in male rats [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(5):A1485.
LOW FE ABSORPTION AND SIGNS OF ANEMIA IN CU-DEFICIENT RATS ARE REVERSED BY SHORT-TERM DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION WITH CU -
Reeves, P.G., DeMars, L.C. 2005. Low Fe absorption and signs of anemia in Cu-deficient rats are reversed by short-term dietary supplementation with Cu [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(5):A1485.
DIETARY COPPER DEFICIENY REDUCES IRON ABSORPTION AND DUODENAL ENTEROCYTE HEPHAESTIN PROTEIN IN MALE AND FEMALE RATS -
Reeves, P.G., DeMars, L.C.S., Johnson, W.T., Lukaski, H.C. 2005. Dietary copper deficiency reduces iron absorption and duodenal enterocyte hephaestin protein in male and female rats. Journal of Nutrition. 135:92-98.
COPPER DEFICIENCY REDUCES IRON ABSORPTION AND BIOLOGICAL HALF-LIFE IN MALE RATS -
Reeves, P.G., Demars, L.C. 2004. Copper deficiency reduces iron absorption and biological half-life in male rats. Journal of Nutrition. 134:1953-1957.
INCREASED HEME OXYGENASE-1 EXPRESSION DURING COPPER DEFICIENCY IN RATS RESULTS FROM INCREASED MITOCHONDRIAL GENERATION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE -
Johnson, W.T., Demars, L.C. 2004. Increased heme oxygenase-1 expression during copper deficiency in rats results from increased mitochondrial generation of hydrogen peroxide. Journal of Nutrition. 134:1328-1333.
COPPER DEFICIENCY IN RATS REDUCES IRON ABSORPTION AND INCREASES THE RATE OF IRON LOSS FROM THE BODY -
Reeves, P.G., Demars, L.C. 2004. Copper deficiency in rats reduces iron absorption and increases the rate of iron loss from the body [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. No. LB232.
COPPER DEFICIENCY INDUCES HEME OXYGENASE-1 IN RAT HEART AND LIVER -
Johnson, W.T., Demars, L.C. 2004. Copper deficiency induces heme oxygenase-1 in rat heart and liver [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 18:A914-A915.
SELENIUM FROM HIGH-SELENIUM BROCCOLI IS PROTECTIVE AGAINST COLON CANCER -
PHYSIOLOGIC CONCENTRATIONS OF MEDIA ZINC ALTER THE RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF ATP7A MRNA AND PROTEIN IN CAC0-2 CELL -
Reeves, P.G., DeMars, L.C., Briske-Anderson, M.J. 2000. Physiologic concentrations of media zinc alter the relative abundance of ATP7A MRNA and protein in caco-2 cells [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 14:A228.
ZINC DEFICIENCY IN ADULT RATS REDUCES THE RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF TESTIS- SPECIFIC ANGIOTENSIN-CONVERTING ENZYME MRNA -
EXPRESSION OF ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME (ACE) MRNA IN TESTES OF ZN-DEFICIENT ADULT RATS -
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