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Publications at this Location

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1999 Publications
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ASSESSING REGIONAL MUSCLE MASS WITH SEGMENTAL MEASUREMENTS OF BIOELECTRICALIMPEDANCE IN OBESE WOMEN DURING WEIGHT LOSS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(22-Oct-99)
ALTERATIONS IN HYPERTROPHIC GENE EXPRESSION BY DIETARY COPPER RESTRICTION IN MOUSE HEART
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(8-Oct-99)
ENDOTHELIAL CELL CALCIUM MOBILIZATION TO ACETHYLCHOLINE IS ATTENUATED IN COPPER-DEFICIENT RATS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(4-Oct-99)
ISOLATED VENTRICULAR MYOCYTES FROM COPPER-DEFICIENT RAT HEARTS EXHIBIT ENHANCED CARDIAC CONTRACTILE FUNCTION
(Abstract Only)
(17-Sep-99)
PERQUISITE SPIN-OFF FROM TWENTY TWO YEARS OF WHOLE BODY COUNTER STEEL ROOM BACKGROUND MEASUREMENTS
(Abstract Only)
(31-Aug-99)
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF DIETARY COPPER DEFICIENCY
(Review Article)
(12-Jul-99)
ASSESSMENT OF REGIONAL MUSCLE MASS IN OBESE WOMEN DURING WEIGHT LOSS WITH SEGMENTAL MEASAUREMENTS OF BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE(Z)
(Abstract Only)
(10-Jul-99)
COPPER DEFICIENCY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: ROLE OF PEROXIDATION, GLYCATION AND NITRATION
(Abstract Only)
(2-Jun-99)
DIETARY FATTY ACIDS AND MINERALS
(Book / Chapter)
(31-May-99)
DIETARY COPPER DEFICIENCY CAUSES ELEVATION OF EARLY AND ADVANCED GLYCATION END-PRODUCTS
(Proceedings)
(7-May-99)
DIETARY COPPER DEFICIENCY CAUSES ELEVATION OF EARLY AND ADVANCED GLYCATION END-PRODUCTS
(Abstract Only)
(2-May-99)
MODERATELY HIGH ZINC INTAKE IMPAIRS VERBAL MEMORY OF HEALTHY POSTMENOPAUSALWOMEN ON A LOW COPPER DIET
(Abstract Only)
(2-May-99)
COGNITIVE EFFECTS OF ADAPTATION TO A LOW ZINC DIET IN HEALTHY MEN
(Abstract Only)
(2-May-99)
DIETARY BORON IS A PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATOR OF THE NORMAL INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
(Abstract Only)
(2-May-99)
DIETARY BORON AS A PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATOR OF THE NORMAL INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE
(Proceedings)
(2-May-99)
PHYSIOLOGIC CHANGES IN ZINC CONCENTRATIONS OF CACO-2 CELLS ALTER THE UPTAKE AND TRANSPORT KINETICS OF ZINC
(Abstract Only)
(17-Apr-99)
DIETARY BORON ALLEVIATES ADJUVANT-INDUCED ARTHRITIS (AIA) AND CHANGES THE BLOOD CONCENTRATIONS OF NEUTROPHIL, CD9A, AND NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN RATS
(Abstract Only)
(17-Apr-99)
EFFECTS OF COPPER DEFICIENCY AND FOOD RESTRICTION ON CYTOCHROME C OXIDASE, MANGANESE SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE, GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE AND PROTEIN OXIDATION IN LIVER AND HEART MITOCHONDRIA
(Abstract Only)
(17-Apr-99)
ALTERED METABOLIC RESPONSES DURING EXERCISE IN MEN FED DIETS LOW IN ZINC
(Abstract Only)
(17-Apr-99)
COMPARTMENTAL MODEL OF ORALLY ADMINISTERED NICKEL (NI) IN RATS
(Abstract Only)
(17-Apr-99)
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