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2015 Publications
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Comparisons of the effect of naturally acquired maternal pertussis antibodies and antenatal vaccination induced maternal tetanus antibodies on infant's antibody secreting lymphocyte responses and circulating plasma antibody
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(23-Dec-15)
Current information gaps in micronutrient research, programs and policy: how can we fill them? Reprint Icon
(Other)
(18-Dec-15)
Addition of a dairy rich milk fat globule membrane to a high-saturated fat meal reduces the postprandial insulinaemic and inflammatory response in overweight and obese adults
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(15-Dec-15)
Consumption of high-fat meal containing cheese compared to a vegan alternative lowers postprandial C-reactive protein in overweight and obese individuals with metabolic abnormalities: a randomised controlled crossover study
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(11-Dec-15)
Maternal cortisol and stress are associated with birth outcomes, but are not affected by lipid-based micronutrient supplements during pregnancy: an analysis of data from a randomized controlled trial in rural Malawi
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(11-Dec-15)
Bile Acid Responses in Methane and Non-Methane Producers to Standard Breakfast Meals
(Abstract Only)
(8-Dec-15)
Intake of farmed Atlantic salmon fed soybean oil increases hepatic levels of arachidonic acid-derived oxylipins and ceramides in mice
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(4-Dec-15)
Consumption of high-fat meal containing cheese compared with vegan alternative lowers postprandial C-reactive protein in overweight and obese individuals with metabolic abnormalities: a randomized controlled cross-over study
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(1-Dec-15)
Citrus limonin glucoside supplementation decreased biomarkers of liver disease in overweight human subjects
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(28-Nov-15)
The elusive endogenous adipogenic PPARy agonists: lining up the suspects
(Other)
(10-Nov-15)
Comparison of the Effects of a Sweetened Beverage Intervention on Self-Selected Food Intake
(Abstract Only)
(9-Nov-15)
Dietary Adherence Monitoring Tool for Free-living, Controlled Feeding Studies
(Abstract Only)
(9-Nov-15)
Menstrual cycle hormones, food intake, and cravings
(Abstract Only)
(9-Nov-15)
Relationship between Human Gut Microbiota and Interleukin 6 Levels in Overweight and Obese Adults
(Abstract Only)
(9-Nov-15)
Effects of Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Oleocanthal and Oleacein Content on Platelet Reactivity in Healthy Adults
(Abstract Only)
(5-Nov-15)
Vitamin A and Epigenetic Modifications
(Other)
(4-Nov-15)
Dietary supplementation with purified citrus limonin glucoside does not alter ex vivo functions of circulating T lymphocytes or monocytes in overweight/obese human adults
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(30-Oct-15)
Zinc transporter 7 deficiency affects lipid synthesis in adipocytes by inhibiting insulin-dependent Akt activity and glucose uptake
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(28-Oct-15)
Vitamin B-12 treatment of asymptomatic, deficient, elderly Chileans improves conductivity in myelinated periphreal nerves, but high serum folate impairs vitamin B-12 status response assessed by the combined indicator of..
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(14-Oct-15)
Vitamin B-12 in breast milk and diet, and riboflavin in breastmilk, are very low in Kenyan lactating women, although vitamin B-6 is sufficient.
(Abstract Only)
(9-Oct-15)
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