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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Nutrient Interactions
item The combined application of the Caco-2 cell bioassay coupled with in vivo (Gallus gallus) feeding trial represents an effective approach to predicting Fe bioavailability in humans (Nov 2016)
item The cotyledon cell wall of the common bean (phaseolus vulgaris) resists digestion in the upper intestine and thus may limit iron bioavailability (Jul 2016)
item A novel in vivo model for assessing the impact of geophagic earth on iron status (Jun 2016)
item Biofortified indica rice attains iron and zinc nutrition dietary targets in the field (Jan 2016)
item Chronic zinc deficiency alters chick gut microbiota composition and function (Nov 2015)
item Extrinsic labelling of staple food crops with isotopic iron does not consistently result in full equilibration: Revisiting the methodology (Oct 2015)
item Studies of cream seeded carioca beans (phaseolus vulgaris L.) from a Rwandan efficacy trial: in vitro and in vivo screening tools reflect human studies and predict beneficial results from iron biofortified beans (Sep 2015)
item Iron absorption from intrinsically-labeled lentils (Sep 2015)
item Higher iron pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum L.) provides more absorbable iron that is limited by increased polyphenolic content (Jan 2015)
item Alterations in gut microflora populations and brush border functionality following intra-amniotic daidzein administration (Dec 2014)
item Iron bioavailability in low phytate pea (Dec 2014)
item Differences in relative bioavailability of traditional Bangladeshi meal plans (Dec 2014)
item The effect of wheat prebiotics on the gut bacterial population and iron status of iron deficient broiler chickens (Jun 2014)
item Polyphenolic compounds appear to limit the nutritional benefit of biofortified higher iron black bean (phaseolus vulgaris L.) (Mar 2014)
Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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