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Volume 109 Issue 10

British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10 ...

MicroRNA-130b and microRNA-374b mediate the effect of maternal dietary protein on offspring lipid metabolism in Meishan pigs

Research Articles Shifeng Pan, Yating Zheng, Ruqian Zhao, Xiaojing Yang, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1731-1738 Abstract ...

Inflammation induced by lipopolysaccharide does not prevent the vitamin A and retinoic acid-induced increase in retinyl ester formation in neonatal rat lungs

Research Articles Lili Wu, A. Catharine Ross, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1739-1745 Abstract ...

Blueberry intervention improves vascular reactivity and lowers blood pressure in high-fat-, high-cholesterol-fed rats

Research Articles Ana Rodriguez-Mateos, Akari Ishisaka, Kazuaki Mawatari, Alberto Vidal-Diez, Jeremy P. E. Spencer, Junji Terao, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1746-1754 Abstract ...

Male mice that lack the G-protein-coupled receptor GPR41 have low energy expenditure and increased body fat content

Research Articles Mohamed Bellahcene, Jacqueline F. O'Dowd, Ed T. Wargent, Mohamed S. Zaibi, David C. Hislop, Robert A. Ngala, David M. Smith, Michael A. Cawthorne, Claire J. Stocker, Jonathan R. S. Arch, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue ...

Net transfer of nutrients to the duodenum and disappearance of n-alkanes in the reticulo-rumen and the hindgut of sheep fed grass/legume combinations

Research Articles Abdelhafid Keli, Genaro Olmos, Antonio de Vega, José A. Guada, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1765-1778 Abstract ...

The prebiotic effect of Anoectochilus formosanus and its consequences on bone health

Research Articles Li-Chan Yang, Jin-Bin Wu, Ting-Jang Lu, Wen-Chuan Lin, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1779-1788 Abstract ...

Phaseolus vulgaris extract affects glycometabolic and appetite control in healthy human subjects

Research Articles Angela Spadafranca, Samuele Rinelli, Antonella Riva, Paolo Morazzoni, Paolo Magni, Simona Bertoli, Alberto Battezzati, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1789-1795 Abstract ...

Effects of dietary DHA and α-tocopherol on bone development, early mineralisation and oxidative stress in Sparus aurata (Linnaeus, 1758) larvae

Research Articles M. S. Izquierdo, M. Scolamacchia, M. Betancor, J. Roo, M. J. Caballero, G. Terova, P. E. Witten, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1796-1805 Abstract ...

Beneficial effect of genistein on lowering blood pressure and kidney toxicity in fructose-fed hypertensive rats

Research Articles Nallasamy Palanisamy, Anuradha C. Venkataraman, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1806-1812 Abstract ...

A bovine whey protein extract can induce the generation of regulatory T cells and shows potential to alleviate asthma symptoms in a murine asthma model

Research Articles Jiunn-Horng Chen, Po-Han Huang, Chen-Chen Lee, Pin-Yu Chen, Hui-Chen Chen, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1813-1820 Abstract ...

n-3 Long-chain PUFA reduce allergy-related mediator release by human mast cells in vitro via inhibition of reactive oxygen species

Research Articles Lieke W. J. van den Elsen, Yvette Nusse, Martin Balvers, Frank A. Redegeld, Edward F. Knol, Johan Garssen, Linette E. M. Willemsen, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1821-1831 Abstract ...

Human bioavailability of flavanols and phenolic acids from cocoa-nut creams enriched with free or microencapsulated cocoa polyphenols

Research Articles Paola Vitaglione, Roberta Barone Lumaga, Rosalia Ferracane, Sereno Sellitto, José Ramón Morelló, Jordi Reguant Miranda, Eyal Shimoni, Vincenzo Fogliano, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1832-1843 Abstract ...

Extra-virgin olive oil consumption improves the capacity of HDL to mediate cholesterol efflux and increases ABCA1 and ABCG1 expression in human macrophages

Research Articles Olfa Helal, Hicham Berrougui, Soumaya Loued, Abdelouahed Khalil, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1844-1855 Abstract ...

Immunoprotective effects of oral intake of heat-killed Lactobacillus pentosus strain b240 in elderly adults: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

Research Articles Shoji Shinkai, Masamichi Toba, Takao Saito, Ikutaro Sato, Mina Tsubouchi, Kiyoto Taira, Keiji Kakumoto, Takashi Inamatsu, Hiroto Yoshida, Yoshinori Fujiwara, Taro Fukaya, Tetsuya Matsumoto, Kazuhiro Tateda, Keizo Yamaguchi, Noriyuki Kohda ...

Cholesterol-lowering efficacy of Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 7527, 7528 and 7529 in hypercholesterolaemic adults

Research Articles Mari C. Fuentes, Teresa Lajo, Juan M. Carrión, Jordi Cuñé, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1866-1872 Abstract ...

Validation of FFQ-based assessment of dietary lignans compared with serum enterolactone in Swedish women

Research Articles Yulan Lin, Alicja Wolk, Niclas Håkansson, Jose Luis Peñalvo, Jesper Lagergren, Herman Adlercreutz, Yunxia Lu, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1873-1880 Abstract ...

Dietary patterns obtained through principal components analysis: the effect of input variable quantification

Research Articles Andrew D. A. C. Smith, Pauline M. Emmett, P. K. Newby, Kate Northstone, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1881-1891 Abstract ...

Slow pace of dietary change in Scotland: 2001–9

Research Articles Wendy L. Wrieden, Julie Armstrong, Andrea Sherriff, Annie S. Anderson, Karen L. Barton, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1892-1902 Abstract ...

Fractional urinary fluoride excretion of 6–7-year-old children attending schools in low-fluoride and naturally fluoridated areas in the UK

Research Articles F. V. Zohoori, R. Walls, L. Teasdale, D. Landes, I. N. Steen, P. Moynihan, N. Omid, A. Maguire, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 109 Issue 10, pp 1903-1909 Abstract ...

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