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24 artículos asociados 
Volumen 140 Número 12 Parte 0 Año 2010

A Low-Protein Diet during Gestation in Rats Activates the Placental Mammalian Amino Acid Response Pathway and Programs the Growth Capacity of Offspring
Rita S. Strakovsky, Dan Zhou, and Yuan-Xiang Pan
Pág. 2116 - 2120  

Effects of Fructo-Oligosaccharide on DSS-Induced Colitis Differ in Mice Fed Nonpurified and Purified Diets
Haruka Goto, Naoki Takemura, Toru Ogasawara, Naho Sasajima, Jun Watanabe, Hiroyuki Ito, Tatsuya Morita, and Kei Sonoyama
Pág. 2121 - 2127  

Plasma Zinc Concentration Responds Rapidly to the Initiation and Discontinuation of Short-Term Zinc Supplementation in Healthy Men
K. Ryan Wessells, Joshua M. Jorgensen, Sonja Y. Hess, Leslie R. Woodhouse, Janet M. Peerson, and Kenneth H. Brown
Pág. 2128 - 2133  

Loss of Carotene-9',10¿-Monooxygenase Expression Increases Serum and Tissue Lycopene Concentrations in Lycopene-Fed Mice
Nikki A. Ford, Steven K. Clinton, Johannes von Lintig, Adrian Wyss, and John W. Erdman, Jr
Pág. 2134 - 2138  

Daily Supplementation with 25 µg Cholecalciferol Does Not Increase Calcium Absorption or Skeletal Retention in Adolescent Girls with Low Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D
Clara Y. Park, Kathleen M. Hill, Ann E. Elble, Berdine R. Martin, Linda A. DiMeglio, Munro Peacock, George P. McCabe, and Connie M. Weaver
Pág. 2139 - 2144  

Leucine Supplementation of a Low-Protein Meal Increases Skeletal Muscle and Visceral Tissue Protein Synthesis in Neonatal Pigs by Stimulating mTOR-Dependent Translation Initiation
Roberto Murgas Torrazza, Agus Suryawan, Maria C. Gazzaneo, Renán A. Orellana, Jason W. Frank, Hanh V. Nguyen, Marta L. Fiorotto, Samer El-Kadi, and Teresa A. Davis
Pág. 2145 - 2152  

Consumption of Wheat Aleurone-Rich Foods Increases Fasting Plasma Betaine and Modestly Decreases Fasting Homocysteine and LDL-Cholesterol in Adults
Ruth K. Price, Edel M. Keaveney, Lesley L. Hamill, Julie M. W. Wallace, Mary Ward, Per M. Ueland, Helene McNulty, J. J. Strain, Michael J. Parker, and Robert W. Welch
Pág. 2153 - 2157  

Supplemental Dietary Inulin of Variable Chain Lengths Alters Intestinal Bacterial Populations in Young Pigs
Jannine K. Patterson, Koji Yasuda, Ross M. Welch, Dennis D. Miller, and Xin Gen Lei
Pág. 2158 - 2161  

Utilization of Iron from an Animal-Based Iron Source Is Greater Than That of Ferrous Sulfate in Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women
Melissa F. Young, Ian Griffin, Eva Pressman, Allison W. McIntyre, Elizabeth Cooper, Thomas McNanley, Z. Leah Harris, Mark Westerman, and Kimberly O. O¿Brien
Pág. 2162 - 2166  

Damage to the Intestinal Epithelial Barrier by Antibiotic Pretreatment of Salmonella-Infected Rats Is Lessened by Dietary Calcium or Tannic Acid
Marleen T. J. van Ampting, Arjan J. Schonewille, Carolien Vink, Robert Jan M. Brummer, Roelof van der Meer, and Ingeborg M. J. Bovee-Oudenhoven
Pág. 2167 - 2172  

Ruminant-Produced trans-Fatty Acids Raise Plasma Total and Small HDL Particle Concentrations in Male Hartley Guinea Pigs
Beth H. Rice, Jana Kraft, Frédéric Destaillats, Dale E. Bauman, and Adam L. Lock
Pág. 2173 - 2179  

Rye Whole Grain and Bran Intake Compared with Refined Wheat Decreases Urinary C-Peptide, Plasma Insulin, and Prostate Specific Antigen in Men with Prostate Cancer
Rikard Landberg, Swen-Olof Andersson, Jie-Xian Zhang, Jan-Erik Johansson, Ulf-Håkan Stenman, Herman Adlercreutz, Afaf Kamal-Eldin, Per Åman, and Göran Hallmans
Pág. 2180 - 2186  

Resveratrol Protects against Oxidized LDL-Induced Breakage of the Blood-Brain Barrier by Lessening Disruption of Tight Junctions and Apoptotic Insults to Mouse Cerebrovascular Endothelial Cells
Yi-Ling Lin, Huai-Chia Chang, Ta-Liang Chen, Jin-Han Chang, Wen-Ta Chiu, Jia-Wei Lin, and Ruei-Ming Chen
Pág. 2187 - 2192  

Chronic Parenteral Nutrition Induces Hepatic Inflammation, Steatosis, and Insulin Resistance in Neonatal Pigs
Barbara Stoll, David A. Horst, Liwei Cui, Xiaoyan Chang, Kenneth J. Ellis, Darryl L. Hadsell, Agus Suryawan, Ashish Kurundkar, Akhil Maheshwari, Teresa A. Davis, and Douglas G. Burrin
Pág. 2193 - 2200  

Lactobacillus plantarum Consumption Increases PepT1-Mediated Amino Acid Absorption by Enhancing Protein Kinase C Activity in Spontaneously Colitic Mice
Hong-Qi Chen, Tong-Yi Shen, Yu-Kun Zhou, Ming Zhang, Zhao-Xin Chu, Xiao-Min Hang, and Huan-Long Qin
Pág. 2201 - 2206  

Dietary Glycemic Load Is a Predictor of Age-Related Hearing Loss in Older Adults
Bamini Gopinath, Victoria M. Flood, Catherine M. McMahon, George Burlutsky, Jennie Brand-Miller, and Paul Mitchell
Pág. 2207 - 2212  

Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Concentrations Fluctuate Seasonally in Young Adults of Diverse Ancestry Living in Toronto
Agnes Gozdzik, Jodi L. Barta, Alison Weir, David E. C. Cole, Reinhold Vieth, Susan J. Whiting, and Esteban J. Parra
Pág. 2213 - 2220  

Red Meat and a Fortified Manufactured Toddler Milk Drink Increase Dietary Zinc Intakes without Affecting Zinc Status of New Zealand Toddlers
Emily J. Morgan, Anne-Louise M. Heath, Ewa A. Szymlek-Gay, Rosalind S. Gibson, Andrew R. Gray, Karl B. Bailey, and Elaine L. Ferguson
Pág. 2221 - 2226  

Teresa H. M. da Costa, Hinke Haisma, Jonathan C. K. Wells, Adrian P. Mander, Roger G. Whitehead, and Leslie J. C. Bluck
How Much Human Milk Do Infants Consume? Data from 12 Countries Using a Standardized Stable Isotope Methodology
Pág. 2227 - 2232  

The Household Food Insecurity Access Scale and an Index-Member Dietary Diversity Score Contribute Valid and Complementary Information on Household Food Insecurity in an Urban West-African Setting
Elodie Becquey, Yves Martin-Prevel, Pierre Traissac, Bernard Dembélé, Alain Bambara, and Francis Delpeuch
Pág. 2233 - 2240  

Complementary Foods Fortified with Micronutrients Prevent Iron Deficiency and Anemia in Vietnamese infants
Pham Van Phu, Nguyen Van Hoan, Bertrand Salvignol, Serge Treche, Frank Tammo Wieringa, Nguyen Cong Khan, Pham Duy Tuong, and Jacques Berger
Pág. 2241 - 2247  

A Ready-To-Use Therapeutic Food Containing 10% Milk Is Less Effective Than One with 25% Milk in the Treatment of Severely Malnourished Children
Eleanor Oakley, Jason Reinking, Heidi Sandige, Indi Trehan, Gregg Kennedy, Kenneth Maleta, and Mark Manary
Pág. 2248 - 2252  

Latent Class Analysis Is Useful to Classify Pregnant Women into Dietary Patterns
Daniela Sotres-Alvarez, Amy H. Herring, and Anna Maria Siega-Riz
Pág. 2253 - 2259  

A DXA-Based Mathematical Model Predicts Midthigh Muscle Mass from Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Typically Developing Children but Not in Those with Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy
Christopher M. Modlesky, Matthew L. Cavaiola, Jarvis J. Smith, David A. Rowe, David L. Johnson, and Freeman Miller
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