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Publications at this Location

ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2022 Publications
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Usual intake of flavonoids is inversely associated with metabolic syndrome in African American and white males but not females in Baltimore City, Maryland, U.S.A. Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(2-May-22)
Valuing the Diversity of Research Methods to Advance Nutrition Science
(Other)
(6-Apr-22)
Flavonoid intake from food and beverages: What We Eat In America, NHANES 2017-2018 Tables 1-4
(Research Technical Update)
(10-Mar-22)
Diet quality and food intakes among U.S. adults by level of animal protein intake, What We Eat In America, NHANES 2015-2018
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(7-Mar-22)
Measuring Food Insecurity in Older Adults Using Both Physical and Economic Food Access, NHANES 2013-2018
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(3-Mar-22)
Diet quality of frequent fast-food consumers on non-fast food intake day is similar to a day with fast food. What We Eat In America, NHANES 2013-2016 Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(11-Feb-22)
Resistant potato starch alters the cecal microbiome and gene expression in mice fed a Western diet based on NHANES data Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(26-Jan-22)
High-dose administration of purified cyanidin-3-glucose or a blackberry extract causes improved mitochondrial function but reduced content in 3T3-L1 adipocytes Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(4-Jan-22)