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Schanler RJ.  My baby is a premature infant. What kind of special diet is needed? In  Tsang RC (ed), Answers to More than 500 Questions You're Likely to Hear about Infant Nutrition. Philadelphia, PA: Wyeth Nutritionals, 1999, 98-105.

Schanler RJ. Breastfeeding: it is still unique! In Voto LS, Margulies M, Cosmi EV (eds), Proceedings of the 4th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Bologna, Italy: Monduzzi Editore, 1999, 425434.

Schanler RJ. The benefits of human milk for premature infants. In Voto LS, Margulies M, Cosmi EV (eds), Proceedings of the 4th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Bologna, Italy: Monduzzi Editore, 1999, 435441.

Schanler RJ. Early enteral feeding plus supplemental parenteral nutrition gives premature infants the best start. In Voto LS, Margulies M, Cosmi EV (eds), Proceedings of the 4th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Bologna, Italy: Monduzzi Editore, 1999, 443450.

Schanler RJ. Human milk and infant formula. In Ebejer M (ed), Current Practices in Infant Feeding. Fremont, MI: Gerber Products Company, 1999, 12-18.

Schanler RJ.  Follow-up bone development in premature infants. In Bonjour JP, Tsang RC (eds), Nutrition and Bone Development, Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series No. 41. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott-Raven, 1999, 99-109.

Schanler RJ.  Breastfeeding. In Burg FD, Ingelfinger JR, Polin RA, Wald ER (eds), Gellis and Kagan's Current Pediatric Therapy, 16th ed. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 1999, 278-283.

Schanler RJ.  Clinical benefits of human milk for premature infants. In Ziegler EE, Lucas A, Moro GE (eds), Nutrition of the Very Low Birth Weight Infant, Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series No. 43. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999, 95-106.

Ward MA, Motil KJ. Effective use of audiovisual support. Neuronutrient deficiencies and toxicities. In Lorin MI (ed), The Pediatric Chief Residents' Guide to Effective Teaching. Glendale, CA: NestlÚ USA, 1999, 7:1-22.


Abrams SA, Pak CC, Braverman RM. High rates of urinary calcium and sodium and low urinary citrate are present in infants <1250 g birth weight given alternateday furosemide therapy.  Pediatr Res 45:275A, 1999.

Burrin D, Stoll B, Chang X, Yu H, Reeds P. Total parenteral nutrition does not compromise digestion or absorption of dietary protein in neonatal pigs. FASEB J 13:A1024, 1999.

Butte NF, Hopkinson JM, Heinz CJ, Mehta N, Wong WW, Shypailo RJ, Ellis KJ. Energy requirements during first two years of life based on measurements of energy expenditure and growth. Pediatr Res 45:109A, 1999.

Butte NF, Hopkinson JM, Heinz CJ, Shypailo RJ, Wong WW, Ellis KJ. Body composition differs between breastfed and formulafed infants. FASEB J 13:A697, 1999.

Butte NF, Treuth MS, Voigt RG, Llorente AM, Heird WC. Stimulant medications decrease energy expenditure and physical activity in children with attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD). Pediatr Res 45:13A, 1999.

Champagne CM, Stuff J, Zaghloul S, Connell CL, Forrester I, Dawkins N, Szeto K, Sharbaugh C, Bogle ML. Comparison of telephone and inperson 24hour dietary interviews in a rural population. FASEB J 13:A603, 1999.

Champagne CM, Stuff JE, Forrester I, Casey PH, Bogle ML, Yadrick K, McKee B, Horton J, Neal E, Allen HR (Lower Mississippi Delta Nutrition Intervention Research Initiative.) Quantity and quality of fruit and vegetable servings in a Lower Mississippi Delta rural population. J Am Diet Assoc 99:62A, 1999.

Chang S-C, O'Brien KO, Zavaleta N, Caulfield LE, Abrams SA, Bannon D. The impact of Fe and Zn supplements on the mineral content of colostrum. FASEB J 13:A255, 1999.

Chorley JN, Abrams SA, Vehrs P, Hergenroeder AC. The effect of daily versus weekly iron supplementation for iron deficiency in female adolescent cross country runners. Pediatr Res 45:3A, 1999.

Cohen DM, Demar JC, Heird WC. Theoretical investigation of fractional synthetic rate in non-steady state. Diabetes  (Supp 1) 48:A447, 1999.

Davis TA, Kimball SR, Jefferson LS, Nguyen HV. Role of translation initiation factors in the postprandial stimulation of protein synthesis during the neonatal period.  Internat Symp Protein Metab Nutr 96: 6, 1999.

Davis TA, Nguyen HV, Vann RC, Burrin DG, Fiorotto ML, Reeds PJ, Beckett PR, Vargas JM. Roles of amino acids and insulin in the stimulation of muscle and liver protein synthesis by feeding in neonates. FASEB J 13:A909, 1999.

Demory-Luce D, Carter J, Gorham B, Hopkinson J, Konzelmann K, Stuff JE. Development of a database for effective dissemination of nutrition information. J Am Diet Assoc 99:60A, 1999.

Ding S-T, McNeel RL, Mersmann HJ. Expression of transcripts for transcription factors and adipocyterelated proteins in neonatal pigs. FASEB J 13:A236, 1999.

Ding S-T, Mersmann HJ. Effect of fatty acids on porcine adipocyte differentiation and on transcripts for transcription factors and adipocyte-related proteins. FASEB J 13:A236, 1999.

Ellis KJ, Abrams SA, Wong WW. How accurate is the body mass index in the assessment of childhood obesity? FASEB J 13: A596, 1999.

Ellis KJ, Shypailo RJ, Wong WW. Assessment of body water measurements in children using multifrequency bioelectrical impedance spectroscopy. FASEB J 13:A596,1999.

Fan MZ, Stoll B, Burrin DG. Expression of enterocyte brushborder Lglutamine and L glutamate transport activity along the cryptvillus axis in the neonatal pig. FASEB J 13:A1010, 1999.

Fiorotto ML, Puppi M, Davis T, Reeds P, Burrin D. Colostrum feeding increases myosin heavy chain (MHC) mRNA abundance in skeletal muscle of newborn piglets. FASEB J 13:A53, 1999.

Fulton JE, MÔsse LC, Tortolero SR, Wong WW. Sedentary behaviors and obesity among middle-aged women. Med Sci Sports Exerc 31:S183, 1999.

Griffin I, Abrams SA. Exchangeable zinc pool as a measure of zinc nutritional status in children. Pediatr Res 45:111A, 1999.

Griffin IJ,  Shames DM, King JC, Abrams SA. A multi-compartmental zinc kinetic model in children. FASEB J 13:A214, 1999.

Haney P. Lactogenic hormones cause glycosylationindependent targeting of the GLUT1 glucose transporter of mammary epithelial cells to a subcompartment of cis- and/or medial-Golgi. Pediatr Res 45:90A, 1999.

Haymond MW, Sunehag AL, Cohen DM. Measurement of gluconeogenesis using [U-13C] glucose: the reciprocal pool model. Diabetes (Suppl 1) 48:A49, 1999.

Hopkinson J, Butte N, Ellis K, Smith EO. Bone mineral content (BMC) increases in postpartum lactating and nonlactating women. FASEB J 13:A869, 1999.

Ishimura-Oka K, Li CM. Lipoprotein lipase transgenic mice employing adipocyte P2 (aP2) promoter are not obese, but show lower triglyceride level. FASEB J 13:A1042,1999.

Jensen CL, Llorente AM, Voigt RG, Prager TC, Fraley JK, Zou YL, Berretta MC, Heird WC. Effects of maternal docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) supplementation on visual and neurodevelopmental function of breastfed infants and indices of maternal depression and cognitive interference.  Pediatr Res 45:284A, 1999.

Jensen CL, Prager TC, Zou Y, Fraley JK, Maude M, Anderson RE, Heird WC. Effects of maternal docosahexaenoic acid supplementation on visual function and growth of breast-fed term infants. Lipids 34:S225, 1999.

Jiang R, Chang X, Stoll B, Fan M, Burrin DG. Biological effects of dietary plasma protein on small intestinal mass and morphology in early weaned pigs.  FASEB J 13:A258, 1999.

Lau C, Mikhail C, Hurst N, Schanler RJ. Lactation and stress in mothers of premature infants. Pediatr Res 45:15A, 1999.

Lifschitz CH, Abrams S, Grusak M. Absorption of iron (Fe) from peas. FASEB J 13:A242, 1999.

Manguba R, Nichols BL, Haney PM. Artificial rearing of mouse pups with a milk substitute containing glucose oligomers enhances oxidation of dietary glucose but not starch and does not induce maltaseglucoamylase.  Pediatr Res 45:286A, 1999.

MÔsse LC, Wong WW, Meyers MC, Fulton JE, Tortolero SR. Total and physical activity energy expenditure among African-American women using doubly labeled water. Med Sci Sports Exerc 31:S232, 1999.

McKay SV,  Jahoor F, Balasubramanyam A, Reeds P.  The contribution of postprandial gluconeogenesis to glucose production in MexicanAmericans with type 2 diabetes. FASEB J 13:A215, 1999.

McNeel RL, Ding ST, Mersmann HJ. Adipose tissue regulatory transcript expression in obese versus lean pigs. FASEB J 13:A258, 1999.

Meier PP, Murtaugh M, Vasan U, Meier WA, Schanler RJ. Modification of the lipid concentration in own mothers' milk (OMM) feedings in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU): Clinical application of the Creamatocrit (CRCT) technique. Pediatr Res 45:287A, 1999.

Motil KJ, Schultz RJ, Kertz B, Bahar A, Glaze DG. Lean body mass deficit in girls with Rett syndrome is not associated with altered urea production and salvage. Pediatr Res 45:115A, 1999.

Motil KJ, Schultz RJ, Kertz B, Wen J-P, Bahar A, Glaze DG. Increased body protein degradation is associated with lean body mass deficits in girls with Rett Syndrome. FASEB J 13:A910, 1999.

Nichols BL, Nichols V, Carrazza FR, Shiner M. Reduced mucosal maltase and sucrase secondary to villus atrophy in malnourished infants. FASEB J 13:A877, 1999.

Price PT, Stoll B, Yu H, Burrin DG, Clarke SD, Reeds PJ. mRNA levels and enzymatic activity of gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (GCS) in jejunal segments of the fed piglet. FASEB J 13:A562, 1999.

Reid ME, Morlese J, Badaloo AV, Forrester TE, Jahoor F. In vivo evidence of impaired antioxidant capacity in edematous compared to non-edematous malnutrition. FASEB J 13:A547, 1999.

Riskin A, Nannegari V, Haney PM. Efficient transfection of CIT3 mammary epithelial cells using liposomes. FASEB J 13:A432, 1999.

Schanler RJ, Henderson TR, Hamosh M. Fatty acid soaps may be responsible for poor fat absorption in premature infants fed fortified human milk (FHM.) Pediatr Res 45:290A, 1999.

Schultz RJ, Motil KJ, Abrams SA, Glaze DG. Calcium absorption is normal in girls with Rett syndrome. Pediatr Res 45:117A, 1999.

Shew S, Jahoor F, Jaksic T. Improved protein metabolism in neonates receiving parenteral cysteine supplementation. Pediatr Res 45:290A, 1999.

Shew SB, Jaksic T, Jahoor F, Heird WC. Low erythrocyte glutathione concentrations (RBC-GSH) in very-low-birth-weight (VLBW) neonates do not improve with cysteine-HCl (CYS) supplementation. FASEB J 13:A547, 1999.

Shypailo RJ, Ellis KE, Perez M, Abrams SA. Iron deposition in the joints of children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. FASEB J 13:A932, 1999.

Stoll B, Chang X, Fan MZ, Jiang R, Reeds PJ, Burrin DG. Dosedependent stimulation of intestinal protein synthesis by enteral nutrient intake in neonatal pigs. FASEB J 13:A1024, 1999.

Sunehag AL, Treuth MS, Butte NF, Bier DM, Haymond MW. Does dietary carbohydrate content affect glucose homeostasis in healthy normal weight adolescents? Pediatr Res 45:98A, 1999.

Sunehag AL, Treuth MS, Butte NF, Toffolo G, Bier DM, Haymond MW. Are parameters of glucose metabolism reproducible in children and adolescents? Pediatr Res 45:98A, 1999

Tortolero SR, MÔsse LC, Wong WW, Meyers MC, Fulton JE. The association between physical activity and depression among African-American women. Med Sci Sports Exerc 31:S346, 1999.

Treuth MS, Puyau M, Vohra F, Adolph A, Wong WW, Butte NF. Genetic predisposition to obesity does not affect energy expenditure in prepubertal girls. FASEB J 13:A1027, 1999.

Vann RC, Reeds PJ, Steele NC, Nguyen HV, Vargas JM, Davis TA. Somatotropin inhibits insulin effects on protein metabolism. FASEB J 13:A53,1999.

Voigt RG, Brown II FR, Fraley JK, Rozelle JC, Jensen CL, Heird WC. Concurrent and predictive validity of the clinical linguistic and auditory milestone scale (CLAMS) and the mental developmental index (MDI) of the Bayley Scales of Infant Development (BSID.) Pediatr Res 45:134A, 1999.

Voigt RG, Llorente AM, Berretta MC, Boutte C, Fraley JK, Jensen CL, Heird WC. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) supplementation does not improve the symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD.) Pediatr Res 45:17A, 1999.

Williams CE, Hirschi KK. Retinoids modulate growth, differentiation and interactions of vascular cells.  FASEB J 13:A694,1999.

Wong WW, Heird WC, Smith EO. Protein is a necessary component of the hypocholesterolemic effect of soy in postmenopausal women. FASEB J 13:A208, 1999.


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