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2004 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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DIETARY PROTEIN AND BONE HEALTH
(Other)
(15-Dec-04)
LOW DIETARY ZINC DECREASES ERYTHROCYTE CARBONIC ANHYRASE ACTIVITY AND IMPAIRS CARDIORESPIRATORY FUNCTION DURING EXERCISE IN MEN
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(10-Dec-04)
DIETARY COPPER (CU) AT THE RECOMMENDED INTAKE DECREASES MUSCLE CYTOCHROME C OXIDASE (CCO) ACTIVITY AND ALTERS METABOLIC RESPONSES DURING EXERCISE IN MEN
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
INCREASED CONTRACTILITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED CARDIAC IGF-I RECEPTOR PROTEIN IN COPPER-DEFICIENT CARDIOMYOCYTES
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
SERUM SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE (SOD) ACTIVITY IS AN INDEX OF COPPER STATUS
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
IMPAIRED DEFORMABILITY IN COPPER-DEFICIENT NEUTROPHILS
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
FISH OIL INSTEAD OF SAFFLOWER OIL AS THE DIETARY FAT SOURCE MODIFIES THE OXIDATIVE STRESS RESPONSE TO BORON DEFICIENCY IN RATS
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
A HIGH PROTEIN INTAKE ENHANCES CALCIUM RETENTION FROM A LOW CALCIUM DIET IN HEALTHY POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A CONTROLLED FEEDING STUDY
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
EVIDENCE THAT BORON DOWN-REGULATES INFLAMMATION THROUGH THE NF-(KAPPA)B PATHWAY
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
BORON CONCENTRATIONS REMAIN STABLE IN MILK FROM MOTHERS OF FULL-TERM EXCLUSIVELY BREAST-FED INFANTS DURING THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF LACTATION
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
EVIDENCE FOR ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES OF DIETARY BORON IN B10.T(6R) MICE INJECTED WITH COLLAGEN, AN ANIMAL MODEL OF POLYARTHRITIS
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
WHOLE BODY VERSUS SKELETAL CALCIUM (CA) RETENTION IN RATS: SHORT AND LONG TERM COMPARISON USING 47CA AND 41CA TRACERS
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
APPARENT EFFICACY OF FOOD-BASED CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTATION IN PREVENTING RICKETS IN BANGLADESH
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
ZINC AFFECTS COGNITION AND PSYCHOSOCIAL FUNCTION OF MIDDLE-SCHOOL CHILDREN
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
DIETARY FATTY ACID COMPOSITION, DIETARY BORON, AND OVARIECTOMY AFFECT BONE STRENGTH AND MICROARCHITECTURE
(Abstract Only)
(1-Dec-04)
ORAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE BIOMIMETIC [CR3O(O2CCH2CH3)6(H20)3}+ INCREASES INSULIN SENSITIVITY AND IMPROVES BLOOD PLASMA VARIABLES IN HEALTHY AND TYPE 2 DIABETIC RATS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(30-Nov-04)
VASOREACTIVITY IN AN ADULT RAT MODEL OF MARGINAL COPPER DEFICIENCY
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(5-Nov-04)
CHAPTER 12. INFLUENCE OF TOTAL DIET ON CALCIUM HOMEOSTASIS
(Other)
(26-Oct-04)
DAIRY PROTEIN AND BONE HEALTH
(Abstract Only)
(1-Oct-04)
CONTROLLED SUBSTITUTION OF SOY PROTEIN FOR MEAT PROTEIN: EFFECTS ON CALCIUM RETENTION, BONE, AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH INDICES IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(23-Sep-04)
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