2000 Research Publications
Demory-Luce D. Fast food for children and adolescents. In Rose
BD (ed), UpToDate [Feigin RD, Pediatrics section editor in chief.]
Wellesley, MA: UpToDate, 2000.
Demory-Luce D. Vegetarian diets for children. In Rose BD (ed),
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Garlick PJ, Reeds PJ. Proteins. In Garrow JS, James WPT, Ralph
A (eds), Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 10th ed. Edinburgh, Scotland:
Churchill Livingstone, 2000, 77-96.
Grusak MA. Plant macro- and micronutrient minerals. In: Robertson
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2000, 7, http://www.els.net/elsonline/html/A0001306.html.
Motil KJ, Schultz RJ, Glaze DG, Armstrong D. Oropharyngeal dysfunction
and upper gastrointestinal dysmotility, a reflection of disturbances
in the autonomic nervous system in Rett syndrome. In Kerr A, Witt-Engstrom
I, (eds), The Rett Syndrome and the Developing Brain. Oxford, England:
Oxford University Press, 2000, 257-261.
Reeds PJ, Burrin DG, Stoll B, van Goudoever JB. Role of the gut
in the amino-acid economy of the host. In Furst P, Young V (eds),
Proteins, Peptides and Amino Acids in Enteral Nutrition. Nestle
Nutrition Workshop Series, Clinical and Performance Program, Volume
3. Basel, Switzerland: S. Karger, 2000, 25-46.
Schanler RJ. Current status of vitamin A and E supplementation
in the extremely low birth weight infant. In Hansen TE, McIntosh
N (eds), Current Topics in Neonatology. London, UK: Harcourt Brace
& Co., 2000, 44-71.
Schanler RJ. Enteral nutrition of the low birth weight infant,
Parts 1 and 2. In Rose BD (ed), UpToDate [Feigin RD, Pediatrics
section editor in chief.] Wellesley, MA: UpToDate, 2000.
Schanler RJ. Commentary. In Fanaroff AA, Maisels MJ, Stevenson
DK (eds), 2000 Yearbook of Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine. St.
Louis, MO: Mosby, 2000, 228-229.
Schanler RJ. Benefits of human milk for premature infants. In di
Giuseppe de Nisi (ed), La Banca Del Latte Materno. Trento, Italy:
New Magazine Edizioni, 2000, 53-59.
Schanler RJ, Hopkinson J. Jaundice in a 5-day-old boy. In Burg
FD, Vaughan III VC, Nelson KG (eds), Pediatrics: A Problem-Based
Review. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders Company, 2000, 69-71.
Ward MA, Motil KJ. Effective use of audiovisual support. Micronutrient
deficiencies and toxicities. In Lorin MI (ed), The Pediatric Chief
Resident's Guide to Effective Teaching. Glendale, CA: Nestle USA
Albanyan EA, Smith CW, Edwards MS. Nonopsonic binding of Type III
Group B streptococci (III GBS) to human neutrophils (PMN) induces
CR3 upregulation of mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase pathways
p38 and ERK1/2. Pediatr Res 47:338A,2000.
Austin TV, Nicklas TA. Plate waste of lunch meals served to preschool
children attending day care. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9):A-107, 2000.
Badaloo AV, Reid M, Forrester T, Heird W, Jahoor F. Cysteine supplementation
improves GSH synthesis rates in kwashiorkor. FASEB J 14:A247, 2000.
Baranowski J, Islam N, Baranowski T, Cullen KW, Owens E, Austin
T, Fife D, Myers D, Nicklas TA, de Moor C. Food intake recording
software system: validation against school lunch observation. J
Am Diet Assoc 100(90):A17, 2000.
Bell HN, O'Neil CE, Nicklas TA. Total calcium intake, stages of
changes for consumption of dairy products, and beliefs about osteoporosis
of college students. J Am Diet Assoc 100(9):A89, 2000.
Burrin DG, Stoll B, Jiang R, Petersen YM, Buddington RK, Schmidt
M, Holst JJ, Hartmann B, Sangild PT. Glucagon-like peptide-2 stimulates
intestinal growth by decreasing proteolysis and apoptosis in TPN-fed
preterm piglets. Gastroenterology 118:A546, 2000.
Burrin DG, Stoll B, Petersen Y, Elnif J, Buddington RK, Schmidt
M, Holst JJ, Hartmann B, Sangild PT. Glucagon-like peptide-2 stimulates
intestinal protein accretion by decreasing proteolysis in TPN-fed
preterm piglets. FASEB J 14:A559, 2000.
Bush JA, Nguyen HV, Beckett PR, Fiorotto ML, Burrin DG, Vann RC,
Suryawan A, Reeds PJ, Davis TA. Tissue specificity of the protein
synthetic response to insulin growth factor I in the neonate. FASEB
J 14:A767, 2000.
Butte NF, Treuth MS, Sunehag AL, Trautwein LM, Haymond MW, Bier
DM. Adaptation to low fat/high carbohydrate versus high fat /low
carbohydrate diets in children. Obesity Res 8:57S, 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(suppl):A38, 2000.
Champagne CM, Stuff J, Bogle M, Casey P, Forsythe W, Davis L, Neel
E, Horton J, McGee B. Fruit and vegetable consumption in the Delta:
a pilot study. FASEB J 14:A741, 2000.
Cullen KW, Baranowski T. Influence of family dinner on food intake
of 4th to 6th grade students. J Am Diet Assoc 100 (suppl):A38, 2000.
Davis TA, Kimball SR, Jefferson LS, Nguyen HV. Inhibition of the
mTOR signaling pathway in vivo blocks the activation of translation
initiation by feeding in the neonate. FASEB J 14:A767, 2000.
Davis TA, Kimball SR, Jefferson LS, Nguyen HV. Translation initiation
factor function in skeletal muscle is enhanced by feeding in the
neonate. FASEB J 14:A767, 2000.
DeMar Jr JC, Nannegari V, Jensen CL, Heird WC. Comparison of endogenous
docosahexaenoic acid synthesis in term infants and adults. FASEB
J 14:A251, 2000.
Ding S-T, Mersmann HJ. Effect of long-chain unsaturated fatty acids
on porcine adipocyte differentiation and on transcripts for adipocyte-related
genes. FASEB J 14:A515, 2000.
Dolson GM, Ellis KJ, Johnson ML, Adrogue HJ. Association of low
body K+ (TBK) and mortality in end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients.
FASEB J 14:A762, 2000.
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
Ellis KJ, Shypailo R, Wong W, Abrams S. Bone mineral mass in overweight
and obese children: diminished or enhanced? Obesity Res 8: 122S,
Ellis KJ, Treuth M, Wong W, Abrams S. Body mass index: Does it
accurately screen children for increased adiposity? Obesity Res
8: 38S, 2000.
Ellis KJ, Shypailo RJ, Wong WW, Perez M, Hardin D, Abrams SA. Reference
bone mineral content (BMC) and bone mineral density (BMD) for children:
Z-score models for assessing abnormal bone status. FASEB J 14:A38,
Eskandari S, Loo DDF, Boorer KJ, Sarkar HK, Wright EM. The role
of Cl- in the Na+/Cl-/GABA cotransporter. FASEB J 14: A350, 2000.
Fiorotto M, Ellis K, Shypailo R, Schwartz R, Draghia-Akli R. Composition
of weight gain in pigs injected with myogenic vectors expressing
growth hormone-releasing hormone. FASEB J 14:A479, 2000.
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):A20, 2000.
Graff M, Stadler D, Fischer P, Thacher T, Ishichei C, Abrams S,
Pettifor J. Calcium absorption in rachitic and non-rachitic Nigerian
children. FASEB J 14:A535, 2000.
Griffin IJ, King JC, Abrams SA. Metabolic adaptations to dietary
zinc restriction in young girls. Pediatr Res 47:164A, 2000.
Grusak MA, Tang G, Russell RM. Intrinsically labeled vegetables
for use in carotenoid bioavailability studies in humans. FASEB J
Hadsell D, Alexeenko T. IGF-I inhibits apoptosis during natural,
but not forced, mammary gland involution. FASEB J 14:A734, 2000.
Hashimoto K, Wong WW, Thomas A, Uvena-Celebrezze J, Huston-Presley
L, Amini S, Catalano PM. Total body water in the estimation of neonatal
body composition at birth. Am J Obstet Gynecol 182:S62, 2000.
Hirschi KK. Retinoids suppress vascular cell growth. FASEB J 14:A734,
Jensen CL, Butte NF, Voigt RB, Llorente AM, Mehta N, Heird WC. Effect
of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) on urinary excretion of catecholamines.
Pediatr Res 47:28A, 2000.
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 (suppl):A38, 2000.
Karnsakul W, Swallow D, Hahn D, Sterchi EE, Lifschitz C, Nichols
BL. Congenital maltase-glucoamylase deficiency associated with lactase
and sucrase deficiencies is regulated by trans-acting factors. JPGN
31: S101, 2000.
Lapillonne A, Claris O, Reygrobellet B, Picaud J-C, Glorieux FH,
Salle BL. Bone mass and calcium homeostasis in very low birth weight
infants fed a preterm formula enriched with calcium and phosphorus.
Pediatr Res 47:293A, 2000.
Lapillonne A, Hakme C, Mamoux V, Chirouze V, Lachaux A. Effects
of liver transplantation (LT) on long-chain polyunsaturated fatty
acid status in infants with biliary atresia (BA.) FASEB J 14:A251,
Lau C, Thomas AC, Larson C, Hurst N, Schanler RJ. Characteristics
of mothers who provide milk for their preterm infants. Pediatr Res
Lifschitz C, Grusak MA, Butte N. Decreased digestion of carbohydrate
from a beta-glucans-rich barley. FASEB J 14:A212, 2000.
Lofstrom KM, Cullen KW, Baranowski T. Dietary fat intake and fat
practices among a multiethnic parent-child population. J Am Diet
Assoc. 100(suppl):A38, 2000.
Malo C, Buddington RK, Elnif J, Pedersen Y, Burrin D, Sangild PT.
GLP-2 stimulates amino acid uptake by the distal intestine in premature
TPN-fed piglets. FASEB J 14:A241, 2000.
Mansour ES, Smith CW, Mariscalco MM. Neonatal neutrophil-platelet
adhesion is decreased compared to adult under shear conditions.
Pediatr Res 47:334A, 2000.
Nichols BL, Jahoor F, Butte NF, Ellis K, Lifschitz C, Shulman RJ,
Karnsakul W, Avery SE, McMeans A, Walker B, Reeds PJ. Partial maltase-glucoamylase
(MGAM) deficiency contributes to early onset obesity while on limited
energy intakes. Pediatr Res 47:242A, 2000.
Nichols BL, Karnsakul W, Avery SE, Swallow D, Hahn D, Sterchi EE.
Trans-suppression of maltase-glucoamylase activity in an infant
with congenital lactase and sucrase deficiencies. FASEB J 14:A290,
Nicklas TA, McQuarrie A, Fastnaught C. Efficiency of breakfast
consumption patterns of ninth graders: nutrient-to-cost comparisons.
J Am Diet Assoc 100(9):A90, 2000.
Niklason LE, DuLaney T, Hirschi K, Prabhakar V, Moats A. Engineering
vessel wall assembly. FASEB J 14:A305, 2000.
O'Connor PMJ, Nguyen HV, Fiorotto ML, Reeds PJ, Burrin DG, Beckett
PR, Davis TA. Stimulation of protein synthesis by amino acids and
insulin varies with muscle fibre type and age. Pediatr Res 47:293A,
O'Connor PMJ, Nguyen HV, Vann RC, Fiorotto ML, Reeds PJ, Burrin
DG, Beckett PR, Davis TA. The stimulatory effects of amino acids
and insulin on muscle and liver protein synthesis in neonates. J
Perinatol 20:462, 2000.
Park YK, Dudley MA, Burrin DG, Donovan SM. Insulin growth factor
I (IGF-I) combined with partial enteral nutrition (PEN) increases
synthesis of mucosal protein but not lactase in parenterally-fed
piglets. FASEB J 14: A211, 2000.
Petersen Y, Burrin DG, Jiang R, Elnif J, Buddington RK, Schmidt
M, Hoist JJ, Hartmann B, Sangild PT. Glucagon-like peptide-2 stimulates
intestinal mucosal growth by decreasing apoptosis in TPN-fed piglets.
FASEB J 14:A362, 2000.
Petersen YM, Elnif J, Schmidt MH, Burrin DG, Hartmann B, Holst
J, Sangild PT. Brush border enzymes are differentially regulated
by glucagon-like peptide 2 in the newborn pig maintained on total
parenteral nutrition. Gastroenterology 118:A76, 2000.
Picaud J-C, Boucher P, Lapillonne A, Claris O, Reygrobellet B,
Delvin E, Glorieux F, Salle BL. Long chain polyunsaturated fatty
acid (LCPFA) supplementation from egg yolk: influence of cholesterol
(Ch) intake on vitamin D (vitD) metabolism and growth in preterm
infants. Pediatr Res 47:294A, 2000.
Reid M, Badaloo A, Forrester T, Heird W, Jahoor F. The acute-phase
protein response to infection and severe protein-energy malnutrition.
FASEB J 14:A247, 2000.
Riskin A, Nannegari VH, Haney PM. An intact endosomal pathway is
required for normal targeting of GFP-GLUT1 glucose transporter fusion
proteins in living mouse mammary epithelial cells. Pediatr Res 47:296A,
Riskin A, Nannegari VH, Haney PM. GLUT1 colocalizes with the proteins
of lactose synthetase and with endosomes in human mammary epithelial
cells exposed to prolactin. Pediatr Res 47:296A, 2000.
Riskin A, Nannegari VH, Tsang S, Haney PM. Prolactin-induced GLUT1
targeting to medial-Golgi in human mammary epithelial cells. FASEB
J 14:A101, 2000.
Sangild PT, Buddington RK, Elnif J, Burrin DG, Schmidt MH, Petersen
YM, Holst JJ, Hartmann B, Malo CC. The stimulating effect of glucagon-like
peptide 2 (GLP-2) on intestinal nutrient absorption in neonates
is reduced after premature birth. Gastroenterologoy 118:A561, 2000.
Sangild PT, Petersen YM, Elnif J, Schmidt MH, Buddington RK, Burrin
DG. Premature and term newborn pigs differ in their intestinal responses
to parenteral and enteral nutrition. Gastroenterology 118:A76, 2000.
Sarkar HK, Vinnakota S, Edwards C. Acute effects of the neurotoxin
3-nitropropionic acid on creatine and taurine transport. Biophys
J 78:197A, 2000.
Scheel CE. Does the choice of nipple affect oral feeding performance
in preterm infants? J Invest Med 48:A126, 2000.
Scheel C, Lau C, Schanler R. Nipple choice affects feeding performance
in preterm infants. FASEB J 14:A530, 2000.
Scheel C, Lau C, Schanler RJ. Bottle feeding performance is affected
by choice of nipple for preterm infants introduced to oral feeding.
J Perinatol 20:466-7, 2000.
Scheel C, Lau C, Schanler RJ. Bottle nipple characteristics enhance
feeding performance in premature infants. Pediatr Res 47:A296, 2000.
Sekhar RV, Jahoor F, White AC, Visnegarwala F, Sharma M, Reeds
PJ, Balasubramanyam A. Dysregulation of lipid turnover is a key
defect in the HIV lipodystrophy syndrome. Antiviral Therapy 5:38,
Shew SB, Jaksic T, Jahoor F, Heird WC. Effects of cysteine (CYS)
on endogenous synthesis of taurine (TAU) and glutathione (GSH) by
premature neonates receiving parenteral nutrition. Pediatr Res 47:296A,
Shulman RJ. Effect of enteral insulin on gastrointestinal (GI)
development in the preterm infant: a pilot study. Pediatr Res 47:297A,
Sierra OL, Alarcon Y, Penaloza LN, Abrams SA, Zerwekh JE, Novoa
F. Fractional intestinal calcium absorption in children with rickets
and controls from Cauca, Colombia. J Bone Miner Res 15 (Suppl 1):
Simpson C, Lau C, Schanler RJ. Can we introduce oral feeding early
in preterm infants? Pediatr Res 47:431A, 2000.
Simpson C, Lau C, Schanler RJ. Introduction of oral feeding in
preterm infants. FASEB J 14:A532, 2000.
Smith SM, O'Brien K, Wastney M, Morukov B, Larina I, Abrams S,
Lane H, Nillen J, Davis-Street J, Shackelford L. Calcium and bone
homeostasis during 4-6 mos space flight. FASEB J 14:A39, 2000.
Stoll B, Chang X, Jiang R, van Goudoever JB, Reeds PJ, Burrin DG.
Enteral carbohydrate and lipid inhibit small intestinal proteolysis
in neonatal pigs. FASEB J 14:A558, 2000.
Stoll B, Price P, Reeds PJ, Henry J, Burrin DG. Feeding an elemental
diet versus a milk-based formula does not decrease intestinal growth
in infant pigs. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 31:S169, 2000.
Stuff J, Butte NF, Ellis KJ, Smith EO, Wong WW. Estimating body
fat in African-American and Caucasian girls: a comparison of skinfold
equations to a 4-compartment criterion model. FASEB J 14:A495, 2000.
Stuff J, Champagne CM, McGee B, Forsythe W, Zaghloul S, Mitra A,
Bogle ML. Self-reported dietary intakes, behaviors, and beliefs
related to hypertension in a sample of adults in the Lower Mississippi
Delta. FASEB J 14:A761, 2000.
Sunehag AL, Haymond MW. Co-ingestion of glucose increases the efficiency
of hepatic extraction of galactose. FASEB J 14:A290, 2000.
Sunehag AL, Haymond MW, Schanler RJ, Bier DM. Parenteral lipids
are important for supporting gluconeogenesis in very low birth weight
infants. Pediatr Res 47:298A, 2000.
Sunehag AL, Toffolo G, Treuth MS, Butte NF, Bier DM, Haymond MW.
Non-obese adolescents adjust to a high carbohydrate intake by increasing
insulin sensitivity but not insulin secretion. Diabetes 49 (suppl
1): A304, 2000.
Suryawan A, Nguyen HV, Liu CW, Bush JA, Davis TA. Early steps of
the insulin signaling pathway likely contribute to the postprandial
stimulation of neonatal muscle protein synthesis. FASEB J 14:A479,
Tigas S, Sunehag A, Haymond M. Duration of glucose isotope infusion
impacts calculated glucose rate of appearance in humans. Diabetes
49 (suppl 1): A304, 2000.
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 8:36S, 2000.
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.
Van den Vevyer IB, Tran CQ, Slim R. Progress on candidate gene
analysis in the critical region for familial hydatidiform molar
pregnancy on chromosome 19q13.4. J Soc Gynecol Invest 7: A536, 2000.
Van Goudoever JB, Stoll B, Burrin D, Reeds PJ. Intestinal metabolism
has a major impact on systemic availability of dietary amino acids.
Pediatr Res 47:298A, 2000.
Van Goudoever JB, Stoll B, Burrin DG, Reeds PJ. The gut is a major
site of lysine oxidation. FASEB J 14:A558, 2000.
Vargas Zapata CL, Donangelo CM, Abrams S, Franco MJ, King JC. A
longitudinal study of intestinal calcium absorption during pregnancy
and lactation in women with low calcium intakes. FASEB J 14:A725,
Voigt RG, Jensen CL, Fraley JK, Heird WC. Comparison of the validity
of pediatrician-administered versus parent-completed measures of
early child development. Pediatr Res 47:232A, 2000.
Watson KB, Masse LC, Fulton JE, Wong WW. Comparison of methods
to estimate free-living energy expenditure using doubly labeled
water in minority women. Med Sci Sports Exerc 32: S231, 2000.
Wilcockson IU, Sarkar HK, Pedersen SE. Orientation of d-tubocurarine
(DTC) in the binding site of the mouse nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
(nAchR). Biophys J 78:359A, 2000.
Wong WW. Effects of soy isoflavones on blood lipids, blood pressure,
and biochemical markers of bone metabolism in postmenopausal women.
J Nutr 130:686S, 2000.
Wong WW, Heird WC. Smith EO. Potential health benefits of soy in
postmenopausal women. FASEB J 14:A728, 2000.
Zaghloul S, Stuff J, Lensing S. Ability of nutrition knowledge,
attitude and behavior instrument to discriminate among adults in
the lower Mississippi Delta. FASEB J 14:A760, 2000.
Zinn AR, Butte NB, Holder JL. SIM1 and obesity. Obesity Res 8:3S,