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1999 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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THE EMERGENCE OF BORON AS NUTRITIONALLY IMPORTANT THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE
(Other)
(20-Dec-99)
DIETARY COPPER AND DIMETHYLHYDRAZINE (DMH) AFFECT PROTEIN KINASE C (PKC) ISOZYME EXPRESSION IN RAT COLON
(Abstract Only)
(10-Dec-99)
COPPER ABSORPTION FROM A LACTOOVOVEGETARIAN DIET
(Abstract Only)
(10-Dec-99)
HUMAN ABSORPTION OF NONHEME IRON IS PRIMARILY DETERMINED BY INITIAL MUCOSALUPTAKE
(Abstract Only)
(10-Dec-99)
INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF DIETARY FAT TYPE AND MANGANESE CONCENTRATION IN HEALTHY YOUNG WOMEN
(Abstract Only)
(10-Dec-99)
ACUTE EFFECTS OF COPPER IN DRINKING WATER ON MEN AND WOMEN
(Abstract Only)
(10-Dec-99)
ZINC NUTRITURE AS RELATED TO BRAIN
(Proceedings)
(30-Nov-99)
MODERATELY HIGH ZINC INTAKE IMPAIRS VERBAL MEMORY OF HEALTHY POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN ON A LOW COPPER DIET
(Proceedings)
(30-Nov-99)
A DIET HIGH IN WHOLE AND UNREFINED FOODS FAVORABLY ALTERS LIPIDS, ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSES, AND COLON FUNCTION
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(1-Nov-99)
THE INTERACTION BETWEEN DIETARY FRUCTOSE AND MAGNESIUM ADVERSELY AFFECTS MACROMINERAL HOMEOSTASIS IN MEN
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(1-Nov-99)
IRON SUPPLEMENTATION REDUCES IRON ABSORPTION FROM FOOD, EVEN FOR WOMEN WITHLOW IRON STORES
(Abstract Only)
(18-Oct-99)
DOES LOW DIETARY COPPER EXPLAIN THE EPIDEMIOLOGIC LINK BETWEEN ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE AND OSTEOPOROSIS?
(Abstract Only)
(17-Sep-99)
CHANGES IN DIETARY ZINC AND COPPER AFFECT ZINC STATUS INDICATORS OF POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN, NOTABLY, EXTRACELLULAR SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE AND AMYLOID PRECURSOR PROTEINS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(16-Aug-99)
BORON SUPPLEMENTATION OF PERI-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN AFFECTS BORON METABOLISM, AND INDICES ASSOCIATED WITH MACROMINERAL METABOLISM, HORMONAL STATUS AND IMMUNE FUNCTION
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(1-Aug-99)
SELENIUM CONTENT OF BEEF PRODUCED IN NORTH DAKOTA VARIES BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION
(Abstract Only)
(20-Jul-99)
ADAPTATION IN IRON ABSORPTION BY MEN CONSUMING DIETS WITH HIGH OR LOW IRON BIOAVAILABILITY
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(8-Jul-99)
IRON STATUS AND DEPRESSION IN PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: AN MMPI STUDY
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(29-Jun-99)
ADVANCES IN BORON ESSENTIALITY RESEARCH: SYMPOSIUM SUMMARY
(Other)
(14-Jun-99)
SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION AFFECTS THE RETENTION OF STABLE ISOTOPES OF SELENIUM IN HUMANS CONSUMING DIETS LOW IN SELENIUM
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(2-Jun-99)
MANGANESE DEFICIENCY AND TOXICITY: ARE HIGH OR LOW DIETARY AMOUNTS OF MANGANESE CAUSE FOR CONCERNS?
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(1-Jun-99)
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