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Kay A Keehr
Dietary Prevention of Obesity-related Disease Research
Biological Science Lab Technician (Biochemistry)

Phone: (701) 795-8491
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.)
Aberrant crypt formation accompanies an increase of opportunistic pathogens/bacteria in the inflammatory gut of C57BL/6 mice fed a high-fat diet -
Zeng, H., Ishaq, S.L., Liu, Z., Keehr, K.A., Bukowski, M.R. 2017. Aberrant crypt formation accompanies an increase of opportunistic pathogens/bacteria in the inflammatory gut of C57BL/6 mice fed a high-fat diet [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 31:435.5.
DIETARY BORON AND ERYTHRITOL AFFECT REPRODUCTION AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT IN RATS -
Keehr, K.A., Hunt, C. 2000. Dietary boron and erythritol affect reproduction and fetal development in rats. Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science. 54:35.
APPARENT BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF DIETARY BORON ON RAT REPRODUCTION ARE MODIFIED BY DIETARY ERYTHRITOL -
Hunt, C.D., Keehr, K.A. 2000. Apparent beneficial effects of dietary boron on rat reproduction are modified by dietary erythritol [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 14:A478.
DIETARY BORON ALLEVIATES ADJUVANT-INDUCED ARTHRITIS (AIA) AND CHANGES THE BLOOD CONCENTRATIONS OF NEUTROPHIL, CD9A, AND NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN RATS -
EFFECT OF MARGINAL AND MODERATE DIETARY COPPER DEFICIENCY ON TIBIAL GROWTH PLATE MORPHOLOGY IN THE WEANING RAT CHALLENGED WITH INJECTED SHEEP RED BLOOD CELLS -
PROXIMAL TIBIAL TRABECULAR BONE MORPHOLOGY RESPONDS TO AN INTERACTION AMONGDIETARY VITAMIN D REHABILITATION, BORON, AND MAGNESIUM IN GROWING MALE RATS -
DIETARY BORON ALLEVIATES GROWTH CARTILAGE ABNORMALITIES INDUCED BY VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN CHICKS -