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2001 Research Publications


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Abrams SA, Griffin IJ, Davila P, Liang L, Powledge D. Effects of very low calcium intake on calcium metabolism in pubertal girls. FASEB J 15(5): A1095, 2001.

Adams VL, Gilbert CD, Mersmann HJ, Smith SB. Conjugated linoleic acid depresses DNA synthesis in porcine preadipocytes. FASEB J 15(5):A300, 2001.

Anderson CB, Farris GD. Athletic identity among 8th-grade adolescents: Definitions, ratings, and physical activity. Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(Suppl 5): S222, 2001.

Austin TV, Nicklas TA. Plate waste of lunch meals served to preschool children attending day care. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9)(Suppl):A-107, 2000.

Bartholeme AL, Sangild PT, Burrin DG, Petersen YM, Elnif J, Buddington RK, Tappenden KA. Glucagon-like peptide-2 upregulates SGLT-1 abundance in neonatal piglets. FASEB J 15(5):A977, 2001.

Bell HN, O’Neil CE, Nicklas TA. Total calcium intake, stages of change for consumption of dairy products, and beliefs about osteoporosis of college students. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9)(Suppl):A-89, 2000.

Bush JA, Nguyen HV, Suryawan A, O’Connor PMJ, Burrin DG, Reeds PJ, Liu CW, Davis TA. Tissue-specific response of protein metabolism to somatotropin treatment in growing pigs. FASEB J15: A730, 2001.

Bush JA, Wu G, Nguyen HV, Suryawan A, O’Connor PMJ, Liu CW, Davis TA. Somatotrophin differentially affects liver and gut urea cycle enzyme activity in growing pigs. FASEB J 15(5):A267, 2001.

Butte NF, Treuth MS, Sunehag AL, Trautwein LM, Bier DM, Haymond MW. Adaptation to low fat/high carbohydrate versus high fat/low carbohydrate diets in children. Obesity Res 8 (Suppl 1):57S, 2000.

Carter JB, Cullen KW, Baranowski T. BMI related to the number of meals eaten watching TV as reported by 4th to 6th grade students: demographic differences. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9) (Suppl):A-38, 2000.

Cazacu AC, Fraley KJ, Schanler RJ. We are inadequately nourishing healthy low birth weight (LBW) infants. Pediatr Res 49(4):343A, 2001.

Chatelain PG, Peretti N, Lapillonne A, Cespedes C, Salle B, Claris O, Nicolino M. Oscillatory height and weight velocities patterns during post-natal catch up of idiopathic intra-uterine growth retarded newborn: Indirect evidence for a somatostat? Pediatr Res 49 (6):74A, 2001.

Cohen DM, Quast MJ, Wei J, Gao X, Smith EO, Sokoloff L. Ten minutes suffices to estimate rates of cerebral glucose metabolism in rats. FASEB J 15(5): A752, 2001.

Cullen KW, Baranowski T. Influence of family dinner on food intake of 4th to 6th grade students. J Am Diet Assoc 100 (9) (Suppl):A-38, 2000.

Davila PM, Griffin IJ, Liang L, Abrams SA. Calcium fortification of breakfast cereal enhances calcium absorption in children without affecting iron absorption. FASEB J 15 (5): A977, 2001.

Davis TA, Suryawan A, O’Connor PMJ, Bush JA, Nguyen HV, Liu C, Jefferson LS, Kimball SR. Insulin and amino acids independently stimulate translation initiation in neonatal muscle. FASEB J 15(5): A268, 2001.

Dolnikowski GG, Sun Z, Grusak MA, Peterson JW, Booth SL. HPLC and GC/MS determination of deuterated vitamin K in human serum after ingestion of deuterium labeled broccoli. FASEB J 15(5): A959, 2001.

Dwyer J, Nicklas TA, Feldman HA, Wu M, Luepker RV, Kelder SH, Nadar PR. Fatty acid intake and serum lipids in the Child and Adolescent Trial for Cardiovascular Health (CATCH) Cohort. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9) (Suppl):A-79, 2000.

Ellis KJ, Pratt J, Puyau M, Shypailo R, Butte NF. Can air-displacement plethysmography replace hydrodensitometry for body composition analysis in children and adults? FASEB J 15(5):A1004, 2001.

Ellis KJ, Shypailo RJ. Pediatric software for whole-body dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry: changes in bone and body composition estimates. FASEB J 15(5):A1003, 2001.

Ellis KJ, Treuth MS, Wong WW, Abrams SA, Shypailo RJ. Does the body mass index screen for obesity in young children? FASEB J 15(5):A739, 2001.

Farris GD, Riesch LW, Johnson MH, Anderson CB. TV watching, computer use, and physical activity among 8th-grade adolescents. Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(Suppl. 5): S112, 2001.

Fisher JO, Birch LL. Characteristics of disinhibited eating in young girls. Obes Res 8 (Suppl 1): 42S, 2000.

Fituch CC, Palkowetz KH, Hurst NM, Goldman AS, Schanler RJ. Interleukin-10 concentrations in milk of mothers delivering extremely low birth weight infants. Pediatr Res 49(4):398A, 2001.

Fituch CC, Palkowetz KH, Hurst NM, Goldman AS, Schanler RJ. Interleukin-10 in preterm human milk. FASEB J 15(5): A599, 2001.

Gold AL, Nicklas TA, Peterson CD. Incorporating nutritional care services in community pharmacies: a multidisciplinary approach to diabetes care management. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9)(Suppl):A-20, 2000.

Griffin IJ, Kim SC, Davila PM, Abrams SA. The exchangeable zinc pool (EZP) in children is affected by zinc intake but not underlying zinc status. Pediatr Res 49(4):450A, 2001.

Griffin IJ, Kim SC, Abrams SA. Zinc metabolism and zinc kinetics in children with stable Crohn’s Disease (CD.) FASEB J 15(5):A965, 2001.

Hadsell DL, Klemintidis Y, Bonnette SG, George J, Sawadogo M. Targeted disruption of the upstream stimulatory factor 2 (USF-2) gene diminishes fertility and lactational capacity. FASEB J 15(5):A736, 2001.

Haney P. Localization of the GLUT1 glucose transporter to Brefeldin A-sensitive vesicles of differentiated CIT3 mouse mammary epithelial cells. Pediatr Res 49(4):450A, 2001.

Jensen CL, Voigt RG, Prager TC, Zou YL, Fraley K, Rozelle J, Turcich M, Llorente Am, Heird WC. Effects of maternal docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) supplementation on visual function and neurodevelopment of breast-fed infants. Pediatr Res 49(4):448A, 2001.

Jones K, Cullen KW, Baranowski T. Gender differences and predictors of body mass index among 4th to 6th grade students. J Am Diet Assoc 100 (9) (Suppl):A-38, 2000.

Karpen HE, Bukowski JT, Sessa WC, Gailani MR. The sonic hedgehog receptor Patched associates with Caveolin-1 in cholesterol-rich microdomains of the plasma membrane. Pediatr Res 49(4):52A, 2001.

Karnsakul W, Kitagawa S, Olive A, Villa K, Sterchi EE, Hahn D, Lugenbuehl L, Nichols BL. Frequency of disaccharidase deficiencies in childhood chronic abdominal pain. Pediatr Res 49(4):118A, 2001.

Karnsakul W, Lifschitz C, Kitagawa S, Olive A, Villa X, Avery S, Sterchi E, Hahn D, Luginbuehl U, Swallow D, Nichols B. Pandisaccharidase deficiencies in chronic abdominal pain. Gastroenterology 120: A210, 2001.

Lapillonne A, Travers R, DiMaio M, Abrams SA, Salle BL, Glorieux FH. Bone remodeling assessed by urinary excretion of cross-linked n-telopeptides of type I collagen (NTx) in infants from birth to 1 year of age. Pediatr Res 49(4):450A, 2001.

Lapillonne A, Nelson CM, DeMar JC, Clarke SD, Heird WC. Effect of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFA) on growth, energy expenditure (EE), body composition and expression of genes controlling fat oxidation and thermogenesis in piglets. FASEB J 15(5): A995, 2001.

Lapillonne A, DeMar JC, Nannegari V, Heird WC. Fatty acid (FA) profile of buccal cheek cell (CC) phospholipids (PL) as an index for long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid (LC-PUFA) status. Pediatr Res 49(4):294A, 2001.

Lofstrom KM, Cullen KW, Baranowski T. Dietary fat intake and fat practices among a multiethnic parent-child population. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9) (Suppl):A-38, 2000.

McNeel RL, Mersmann HJ. Conjugated linoleic acid isomers influence porcine adipocyte differentiation in vitro. FASEB J 15(5):A996, 2001.

Nichols BL, Avery SE, Karnsakul W, Hahn D, Sterchi EE. Genomic organization and granulocyte expression of small intestinal maltase-glucoamylase. FASEB J 15(5): A736, 2001.

Nichols BL, Avery S, Swallow DM, Hahn D, Sterchi EE. Sequence of maltase-glucoamylase gene: common ancestry with sucrase-isomaltase with complementary starch digestion activity. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 31: S101, 2001.

Nicklas TA, McQuarrie A, Fastnaught C. Efficiency of breakfast consumption patterns of ninth graders: nutrient-to-cost comparisons. J Am Diet Assoc 100 (9)(Suppl):A-90, 2000.

Norman BD, Garcia J, Slim R, Van den Veyver IB. Progress on candidate gene analysis of chromosome 19q13.4 in familial hydatidiform moles and on mutation analysis of the PEG3/ZIM2 gene. J Soc Gynecol Invest 8 (1) (Suppl): A276, 2000.

O'Connor PMJ, Nguyen HV, Bush JA, Suryawan A, Liu CW, Reeds PJ, Davis TA. Interaction of insulin and amino acids in the stimulation of neonatal muscle protein synthesis. FASEB J 15(5):A730, 2001.

O'Connor PMJ, Nguyen HV, Suryawan A, Bush JA, Liu CW, Reeds PJ, Davis TA. Insulin and amino acids independently stimulate neonatal muscle protein synthesis. Pediatr Res 49(4):450A, 2001.

Sakai R, Henry J, Rosenberger J, Burrin D, Cohen DM, Reeds P. Cerebral leucine nitrogen metabolism in conscious rats. FASEB J 15(5):A396, 2001.

Scheel CE, Lau C, Schanler BJ. Bottle nipple choice affects oral feeding performance in very-low-birth-weight infants (VLBWI.) Pediatr Res 49(4):343A, 2001.

Shypailo RJ, Ellis KJ. Body composition reference web site: material resource for analysis of body composition parameters. FASEB J 15(5):A746, 2001.

Sunehag AL, Clarke L, Bier DM, Haymond MW. [U-13C]glucose MIDA provides accurate measures of gluconeogenesis, is easy to perform and requires only small blood sample volumes. Diabetes 50:A65, 2001.

Sunehag A, Louie K, Haymond MW. Hexoneogenesis is a significant source of lactose in human milk. FASEB J 15(5): A598, 2001.

Sunehag A, Tigas S, Haymond MW. Impact of lactation on maternal glucose homeostasis: Are glucose demands increased? FASEB J 15(5):A1005, 2001.

Sunehag AL, Haymond MW, Schanler RJ, Bier DM. Gluconeogenic substrate availability is important for maintaining glucose production in prematurely born infants. Pediatr Res 49(4):348A, 2001.

Suryawan A, Nguyen HV, O’Connor PMJ, Bush JA, Liu CW, Davis TA. Insulin and amino acids regulate the insulin signaling pathway leading to translation initiation in neonatal muscle. FASEB J 15(5):A268, 2001.

Tajero ME, Nelson CM, Freeland-Graves J, Lapillonne A, Heird W, Clarke SD. Omega-3 fatty acids of fish oil function as fuel partitioners by reducing body fat deposition and increasing lean growth. FASEB J 15(5):A289, 2001.

Treuth MS, Butte NF. Longitudinal changes in weight and body fat in prepubertal girls are influenced by parental obesity status. FASEB J 15(5):A251, 2001.

Treuth MS, Butte NF, Sunehag AL, Haymond MW, Bier DM. Effects of low and high fructose diets on energy metabolism and substrate utilization in adolescent children. Obesity Res 8 (Suppl 1): 57S, 2000.

Van der Schoor SRD, van Goudoever JB, Stoll B, Henry JF, Rosenberger J, Burrin DG, Reeds PJ. Protein restriction suppresses amino acid oxidation by the gut. FASEB J 15(5):A396, 2001.

Van den Veyver IB, Amir RE, Schultz R, Tran CQ, Glaze DG, Zoghbi HY. Mutational analysis of MECP2 in classic Rett syndrome: an update and analysis of expression of truncating alleles. Am J Hum Genet 67 (Suppl 2):A228, 2000.

Wong WW, Ellis KJ, Jahoor F. Soy isoflavones may stimulate nitric oxide production and reduce lumbar spine bone loss in postmenopausal women. FASEB J 15(5): A1088, 2001.

Wong WW, Hollier DR, Myres D, Fraley JK, Smith EOB, Klish WJ. Childhood obesity in Texas: Evidence of a rapidly developing epidemic. Pediatr Res 49(4):100A, 2001.

Zinn AR, Butte NF, Holder JL Jr. SIM1 and obesity. Obesity Res 8 (Suppl 1): 57S, 2000

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