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Selected Publications
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Major Publications (n=103):

1.   Cioffi, G.E., B. Chernow, R.P. Glahn, G.T. Terezhalmy, and C.R.Lake.   The hemodynamic and plasma catecholamine response to routine restorative dental care.   J. Amer. Dent. Assoc. 1985   111:67-70.

 

2.   Glahn, R.P.   The dose response effects of the mycotoxin citrinin on kidney function of SCWL pullets.   M.S. Thesis.   The PennsylvaniaStateUniversity   1986.

 

3.   Glahn, R.P., W.J. Mitsos, and R.F. Wideman, Jr.   Evaluation of sex differences in embryonic heart rates.   Poultry Sci. 1987   66:1316-1325.

 

4.   Glahn, R.P. and R.F. Wideman, Jr.   Avian diuretic responses to renal portal infusions of the mycotoxin citrinin.   Poultry Sci. 1987   66:1316-1325.

 

5.   Glahn, R.P., R.F. Wideman, Jr., J. Evangelisti, and W.E. Huff.   Effects of ochratoxin A alone and in combination with citrinin on kidney function of SCWL pullets.   Poultry Sci. 1988     67:1034-1042.

 

6.   Glahn, R.P., R.F. Wideman, Jr., and B.S. Cowen.   Effect of gray strain infectious bronchitis virus and high dietary calcium on renal function of SCWL pullets at 6, 10, and 18 weeks of age.   Poultry Sci. 1988   67:1250-1263.

 

7.   Glahn, R.P., R.F. Wideman, Jr., and B.S. Cowen.   Effect of dietary acidification and alkalinization on urolith formation and renal function in SCWL laying hens. Poultry Sci. 1988    67:1694-1701.

 

8.   Glahn, R.P.   The causes and treatment of urolithiasis in Single Comb White Leghorns. Doctoral Thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, 128 pages 1989.

 

9.   Wideman, R.F., Jr., W.B. Roush, J.L. Satnick, R.P. Glahn, and N.O. Oldroyd.   Methionine hydroxy analog (free acid) reduces avian kidney damage and urolithiasis induced by excess dietary calcium.   J. Nutr. 1989   119-818-828.

 

10.   Glahn, R.P., R.F. Wideman, Jr., and B.S. Cowen.   Order of exposure to high dietary calcium and gray strain infectious bronchitis virus alter renal function and the incidence of urolithiasis.   Poultry Sci. 1989   68:1193-1204.

 

11.   Glahn, R.P., R. Shapiro, V.E. Vena, R.F. Wideman, Jr., and W.E. Huff.   Effects of chronic ochratoxin A and citrinin exposure on renal function of SCWL pullets.   Poultry Sci. 1989     68:1205-1212.

 

12.   Stanton, T.S., R.P. Glahn, and R.F. Wideman, Jr.   The effects of dietary phosphorous and parathyroid hormone (PTH) infusion rates on the avian phosphaturic response to PTH. J. Exp. Biol. 1989   144:521-533.

 

13.   Bottje, W.G., R.P. Glahn, K.W. Beers, H. Nejad, and K. Holmes.   Evidence that glutathione may suppress renal cortical perfusion in the rabbit.   Med. Sci. Res. 1989   17:991-993.

 

14.   Glahn, R.P., K.W. Beers, W.G. Bottje, R.F. Wideman, Jr., and W.E. Huff.   Altered renal function in broilers during aflatoxicosis.   Poultry Sci. 1990   69:1796-1797.

 

15.   Bottje, W.G., R.P. Glahn, K.W. Beers, H. Nejad, and K. Holmes.   Indomethacin attenuation of hepatic perfusion and plasma 6-keto PGF1 elevations following glutathione depletion in rabbits. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1991   1073:168-176.  

16.   Bottje, W.G., R.P. Glahn, K.W. Beers, H. Nejad, and K.R. Holmes.   Effects of diethylmaleate on glutathione, hepatic and renal cortical perfusion, and portal 6-ketoPGF1   and TxB2 levels in swine.   Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 1991   101C(1): 125-129.

 

17.   Glahn, R.P., K.W. Beers, W.G. Bottje, R.F. Wideman, Jr., W.E. Huff, and W. Thomas. Aflatoxicosis alters the renal response to phosphate loading in the domestic fowl. J. Toxicol. Environ. Health 1991   34:309-321.

 

18.   Wideman, R.F. Jr., R.P. Glahn, W.G. Bottje, and K.R. Holmes.   Use of a thermal pulse decay system to assess regional autoregulation of avian renal blood flow.   Am. J. Physiol. 1991    262: R90-R98.

 

19.   Isaac, J., R.P. Glahn, M.O. Onsgard, T.L. Berndt, F.G. Knox, and T.P. Dousa.    Mechanism of dopamine inhibition of renal phosphate transport. J.A.S.N. 1992   2:1601-1607.


20.   Glahn, R.P., R.F. Wideman, Jr., P. Maynard, W.G. Bottje, and K.R. Holmes.   Response of the avian kidney to acute changes in arterial perfusion pressure and portal blood supply.   Am. J. Physiol. 1992   264:R428-R434.

 

21.   Beers, K.W., R.P. Glahn, W.G. Bottje and W.E. Huff.   Aflatoxin and glutathione in domestic fowl (Gallus domesticus)II.   Effects on hepatic blood flow.   Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 1992   101(3):463-467.

 

22.   Wideman, R.F. Jr., H. Nishimura, W.G. Bottje, and R.P. Glahn.   Reduced renal arterial perfusion pressure stimulates renin release from domestic fowl kidneys.   Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 1993   89:405-414.

 

23.   Glahn, R.P., M.J. Onsgard, G. Tyce, S. Chinnow, F.G. Knox, and T.P. Dousa.   Autocrine/paracrine regulation of renal Na +-phosphate cotransport by dopamine.   Am. J. Physiol. 1993   264:F618-F622.

 

24.   Glahn, R.P.   Mycotoxins and the avian kidney: assessment of physiological function.   World's Poultry Science Journal.   1994   49:242-250.

 

25.   Glahn, R.P., D.R. Van Campen, and T.P. Dousa.   Aflatoxin B 1reduces Na +-P icotransport in proximal renal epithelium: studies in opossum kidney (OK) cells. Toxicology 1994   92:91-100.

 

26.   Wien, E.M., Glahn, R.P., and Van Campen, D.   Functional characterization and specificity of iron uptake in rat intestinal brush border membrane vesicles.   J. Nutr. Biochem. 1994   5:571-577.

 

27.   Glahn R.P., Gangloff M.B., Miller D.D., Van Campen D.R., Norvell W.A., and Wien E.M.   Bathophenanthroline disulfonic acid and sodium dithionite effectively remove surface-bound iron from Caco-2 cell monolayers.   J. Nutr. 1995   125:1833-1840.

 

28.   Gangloff, M.B., Glahn, R.P., Miller D.D., and Van Campen D.R.   Assessment of iron availability using combined in vitro digestion and Caco-2 cell culture.   Nutrition Research 1996   16:479-487.

 

29.   Glahn R.P., Wien E.M., Van Campen D.R. and Miller D.D.   Caco-2 cell iron uptake from meat and casein digests parallels in vivo studies: use of a novel in vitro method for rapid estimation of iron bioavailability.   J. Nutr. 1996   126:332-339.

 

30.   Gangloff M.B., Lai C., Van Campen D.R., Miller, D.D., Norvell W.A. and Glahn, R.P. Ferrous Iron Uptake But Not Transfer is Down-Regulated in Caco-2 Cells Grown in High Iron Serum-Free Medium.   J. Nutr. 1996   126:3118-3127.

 

31.   Glahn R.P. and Van Campen, D.R.   Cysteine and Reduced Cysteinyl-Glycine Enhance Iron Uptake By Caco-2 Cell Monolayers.   J. Nutr. 1997   127:642-647.

 

32.   Glahn R.P., Lai, C., Hsu, J., Thompson, J.F. and Van Campen D.R.   Decreased Citrate Improves Iron Availability From Infant Formula: Application of an In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Culture Model.   J. Nutr. 1998   128:257-264.

 

33.   Glahn, R.P., Lee,O.A., Yeung, A., Goldman, M.I., and Miller, D.D.   Caco-2 Cell Ferritin Formation Predicts Nonradiolabeled Food Iron Availability in an In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Culture Model.   J. Nutr. 1998   128:1555-1561.

 

34.   Van Campen, D.R. and Glahn, R.P.   Micronutrient Bioavailability Techniques: Accuracy, Problems and Limitations.   Field Crops Research 1999   60:93-113.

 

35.   Glahn, R.P., Lee, O.A. and Miller, D.D.   In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Culture Model to Determine Optimal Ascorbic Acid to Fe Ratio In Rice Cereal.   J. Food Sci. 1999   64:925-928.

 

36.   Johnson, C.F., R.W. Langhans, L.D.Albright, G.F. Combs, Jr., R.M. Welch, L. Heller, R.P. Glahn, R.M. Wheeler, G.D. Goins   Spinach: Nitrate Analysis of an Advanced Life Support (ALS) crop cultured under ALS candidate artificial light sources (SAE, International Controlled Environment Systems proceedings - SAE International, CD ROM, 1999 ICES Proceedings paper No. 1999-01-2107   1999.

 

37.   Glahn, R.P., Rassier, M.E., Goldman, M.I., Lee, O.A., and Cha, J.   A Comparison of Iron Availability From Commercial Iron Preparations Using an In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Culture Model. J. Nutr. Biochem. 2000   11: 62-68.

 

38.   Yeung, A.C., Glahn, R.P., Miller, D.D.   Dephosphorylation of Sodium Caseinate, Enzymatically Hydrolyzed Casein and Casein Phosphopeptides By Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase: Implications for Iron Availability. J. Nutr. Biochem 2001   12:292-299.

 

39.   Yeung, A.C., Glahn, R.P., and Miller, D.D   Effects of Iron Source on Iron Availability from Casein and Casein Phosphopeptides.  Journal of Food Science 2002   67:1271-1275.

 

40.   Yeung, A.C., Glahn, R.P., and Miller, D.D.   Comparison of the availability of various iron fortificants in bread and milk using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell culture method.  Journal of Food Science 2002   67:2357-2361.

 

41.   Glahn, R.P., Wortley, G.M., South, P.K. and Miller, D.D.   Inhibition of Iron Uptake by Phytic Acid, Tannic Acid and ZnCl2: Studies Using An In vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Model.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2002   50:390-395.

 

42.   Glahn, R.P., Cheng, Z., Welch R.M., and Gregorio, G.B.   A Comparison of Iron Bioavailability From 15 Rice Genotypes: Studies Using An In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Culture Model. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2002   50:3586-3591.

 

43.   Boato, F., Wortley, G.M., Liu, R, and Glahn, R.P.   Red Grape Juice Inhibits Iron Availability: Application of An In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Model.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry  2002   50:6935-6938.

 

44.   Yeung, C.K., Glahn, R.P., Wu, X., Liu, R.H., and Miller D.D.   In Vitro Iron Bioavailability and Antioxidant Activity of Raisins.   Journal of Food Science 2002   68: 701-705.

 

45.   Etcheverry, P., Wallingford, J., Glahn, R.P., and Miller, D.D.   Simultaneous determination of 45Calcium and 65Zinc uptake by Caco-2 cells.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2002   50:6287-6294.

 

46.   Yeung, C.K., Glahn, R.P., and Miller, D.D.   Iron Bioavailability from Common Raisin-containing Foods Assessed with an In Vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Cell Culture Model: Effects of Raisins.   Journal of Food Science   2003   68:1866-1870.

 

47.   Oikeh, S.O.,   Menkir, A., Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R.M. and   Glahn, R.P.   Assessment of concentrations of iron and zinc and bioavailable iron in grains of early-maturing tropical maize varieties.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2003   51 (12): 3688-3694.

 

48.   Oikeh, S.O.,   Menkir, A., Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R.M. and   Glahn, R.P   Genotypic differences in concentration and bioavailability of kernel-iron in tropical maize varieties grown under field conditions.   Journal of Plant Nutrition  2003   26:2307-2319.

 

49.   Etcheverry, P., Miller, D.D., and Glahn, R.P.   A low molecular-weight factor   in human milk whey promotes iron uptake by Caco-2 cells.   J. Nutr. 2004   134:93-98.    

 

50.   Oikeh, S.O.,   Menkir, A., Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R.M. Gauch, H.G. and   Glahn, R.P. Environmental stability of iron and zinc concentration in grain of early-maturing tropical maize genotypes grown under field conditions. Journal of Agricultural Science 2004   142(5): 543-551.

 

51.   Oikeh, S.O.,   Menkir, A., Maziya-Dixon, B., Welch, R.M. and   Glahn, R.P.   Assessment of iron bioavailability from 20 elite late-maturing tropical maize varieties using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell model.   Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture  2004   84:1202-1206.

 

52.   Huh, E.C., Hotchkiss, A., Brouillette, J., and Glahn, R.P.   Carbohydrate Fractions From Cooked Fish Promote Iron Uptake by Caco-2 Cells. Journal of Nutrition  2004   134:1681-1689.   

 

53.   Yeung, C.K., Zhu, L., Glahn, R.P., and Miller, D.D.   Iron absorption from NaFeEDTA is downregulated in iron-loaded rats.   Journal of Nutrition   2004   134:2270-2274.   

 

54.   Etcheverry, P., Wallingford, J., Miller, D.D and Glahn, R.P.   Calcium, zinc and iron bioavailabilities from a commercial human milk fortifier: A comparison study.   J. Dairy Sci.   2004   87:3629-3637.

 

55.   Yun, S., Habicht, J.P., Miller, D.D., and Glahn, R.P.   An in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell culture system accurately predicts the effects of ascorbic acid and polyphenolic compounds on iron bioavailability in humans.     Journal of Nutrition 2004   134:2717 – 2721.

 

56.   Liu, C.S., Glahn, R.P. and Liu, R.   Assessment of carotenoid bioavailability of whole foods using a Caco-2 cell culture model coupled with an in vitro digestion.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry  2004   52:4330-4337.

 

57.   Hurrell et al   Enhancing the absorption of fortification iron.   International Journal of Vitamin and Nutrition Research. 2004   74:387-401.   

 

58.   Etcheverry, P., Wissler, J., Wortley, G. and Glahn, R.P.   Caco-2 cell iron uptake from human milk and infant formula.     Nutrition Research   2004   24:573-579.  

 

59.   Rutzke, Corinne J.; Glahn, Raymond P.; Rutzke, Michael A., et al.
Bioavailability of ironfrom spinach using an in vitro/human Caco- 2cell bioassay model
Habitation 2004 10 (1) : 7-14.

 

60.   Wortley, G., Leusner, S. Good, C., Gugger, E., and Glahn, R.P.   Iron bioavailability of a fortified processed wheat cereal: a comparison of fourteen iron forms using an in vitro digestion /human colonic adenocarcinoma (CaCo-2) cell model. British Journal of Nutrition 2005

  93:65-71.

61.   Yeung, C.K., Miller, D.D., Cheng, Z., and Glahn, R.P.   Bioavailability of elemental iron powders in bread assessed with an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell culture model.   Journal of Food Science 2005   70:199-203.   

 

62.   Yeung, C.K., Glahn, R.P. , and Miller, D.D.   Inhibition of iron uptake from iron salts and chelates by divalent metal cations in intestinal epithelial cells. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2005   53:132-136.  

 

63.   Yeung, C.K., Glahn, R.P., Welch, R.M. and Miller, D.D.   Prebiotics and Iron Bioavailability – Is There a Connection?   Journal of Food Science 2005   70:R88-R92.   

 

64.   Etcheverry, P., Wallingford, J.C., Miller, D.D. and Glahn, R.P.   The effect of calcium salts, ascorbic acid and peptic pH on calcium, zinc and iron bioavailabilities from fortified human milk using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell model.    International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research  2005   75 (3): 171-178.     

 

65.   Engle-Stone, Reina; Yeung, Andrew; Welch, Ross, and Glahn, R.P.   Meat and ascorbic acid can promote Fe availability from Fe-phytate but not from Fe-tannic acid complexes.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry DEC 28 2005   53 (26) : 10276-10284.

 

66.   Fairweather-Tait, Sue; Lynch, Sean; Hotz, Christine, et al.   The usefulness of in vitro models to predict the bioavailability of ironand zinc: A consensus statement from the HarvestPlus expert consultation. International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research   NOV 2005   75 (6) : 371-374.

 

67.   Drakakaki, Georgia; Marcel, Sylvain; Glahn, Raymond P., et al.   Endosperm-specific co-expression of recombinant soybean ferritin and Aspergillus phytase in maize results in significant increases in the levels of bioavailable iron. Plant Molecular Biology DEC 2005   59 (6) : 869-880.

 

68.   Hu, Ying; Cheng, Zhiqiang; Heller, Larry I., Glahn, Raymond.   Kaempferol in red and pinto bean seed (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) coats inhibits ironbioavailability using an in vitro digestion/human Caco- 2cell model.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry NOV 29 2006   54 (24) : 9254-9261.

 

69.   Jin, Fuxia; Welch, Ross; Glahn, Raymond.   Moving toward a more physiological model: Application of mucin to refine the in vitro digestion/ Caco- 2cell culture system.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry NOV 15 2006   54 (23) : 8962-8967.

 

70.   Maekawa, Atsushi A.; Glahn, Raymond P.; Lei, Xin Gen, Glahn, Raymond, Miller, Dennis.. Effect of bread baking on the bioavailability of hydrogen-reduced ironpowder added to unenriched refined wheat flour.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry OCT 18 2006   54 (21) : 8362-8368.

 

71.   Zhu, Le; Glahn, Raymond P.; Yeung, Chi Kong, et al.   Iron uptake by Caco- 2cells from NaFeEDTA and FeSO4: Effects of ascorbic acid, pH, and a Fe(II) chelating agent
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry OCT 4 2006   54 (20) : 7924-7928.

 

72.   Prom-u-thai, Chanakan; Huang, Longbin; Glahn, Raymond P., et al.
Iron (Fe) bioavailability and the distribution of anti-Fe nutrition biochemicals in the unpolished, and bran fraction of five rice genotypes.   Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture JUN 2006   86 (8) : 1209-1215.

 

73.   Zhu L, Yeung CK, Glahn RP, Miller DD.   Iron dissociates from the NaFeEDTA complex prior to or during intestinal absorption in rats.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2006 Oct 4;54(20):7929-34.

 

74.   Beiseigel, J. M; Hunt, Janet R.; Glahn, Raymond P., et al.   Iron bioavailability from maize and beans: a comparison of human measurements with Caco-2 cell and algorithm predictions.

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition AUG 2007   Volume 86: 388-396.

 

75.   Argyri K, Miller DD, Glahn RP, Zhu L, Kapsokefalou M.   Peptides isolated from in vitro digests of milk enhance iron uptake by caco-2 cells.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2007 Dec 12;55(25):10221-5.

 

76.   Jin F, Glahn RP. Effect of glycosaminoglycans on nonheme iron absorption.

J Nutr. 2007 Oct;137(10):2329 author reply 2330.

 

77.   Ariza-Nieto M, Blair MW, Welch RM, Glahn RP.   Screening of iron bioavailability patterns in eight bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes using the Caco-2 cell in vitro model.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2007 Sep 19;55(19):7950-6.

 

78.   Laparra, J. M.; Tako, E.; Glahn, R. P.; Miller, D.D.   Inulin Affects Iron Dialyzability from FeSO4 and FeEDTA Solutions but Does Not Alter Fe Uptake by Caco-2 Cells.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2008   56(8); 2846-2851.

   

79.   José Moisés Laparra, Elad Tako, Raymond P. Glahn, Dennis D. Miller.   Supplemental inulin does not enhance iron bioavailability to Caco-2 cells from milk- or soy-based, probiotic-containing, yogurts but incubation at 37 °C does.

Food Chemistry, Volume 109, Issue 1, 1 July 2008, Pages 122-128.

 

80.   Siow Ying Tan, Chi Kong Yeung, Elad Tako, Raymond P. Glahn, Ross M. Welch, Xingen Lei, and Dennis D. Miller.   Iron Bioavailability to Piglets from Red and White Common Beans. (Phaseolus vulgaris)

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2008   56 (13), 5008–5014.

 

81.   E. Tako, R. P. Glahn, R. M. Welch, X. Lei, K. Yasuda and D. D. Miller.   Dietary inulin affects the expression of intestinal enterocyte iron transporters receptors and storage protein and alters the microbiota in the pig intestine.

British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 99, Issue 03, Mar 2008, pp 472-480.

 

82.   Jin F, Cheng Z, Rutzke MA, Welch RM, Glahn RP.   Extrinsic labeling method may not accurately measure Fe absorption from cooked pinto beans (Phaseolus vulgaris): comparison of extrinsic and intrinsic labeling of beans.

J. Agric. Food Chem. Aug 2008   56(16):6881-5.

 

83.   McAuliffe GJ, Chang JY, Glahn RP, Shuler ML.   Development of a gastrointestinal tract microscale cell culture analog to predict drug transport.

Mol Cell Biomech. 2008 Jun;5(2):119-32.

 

84.   Laparra J.M., Glahn R.P., Miller D.D.   Bioaccessibility of phenols in common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and iron (Fe) availability to Caco-2 cells.   J Agric Food Chem. 2008 Nov 26;56(22):10999-1005.

 

85.   Laparra JM, Tako E, Glahn RP, Miller DD.   Isolated glycosaminoglycans from cooked haddock enhance nonheme iron uptake by Caco-2 cells. J Agric Food Chem. 2008 Nov 12;56 (21):10346-51.

 

86.   Pachón H, Stoltzfus RJ, Glahn RP.   Chicken thigh, chicken liver and iron-fortified wheat flour increase iron uptake in an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell model. Nutr Res. 2008 Dec;28(12):851-8.

 

87.   Chanakan Prom-u-thai, Raymond P. Glahn, Zhiqiang Cheng, Shu Fukai, Benjavan Rerkasem, Longbin Huang.   The bioavailability of iron fortified in whole grain parboiled rice.

Food Chemistry, Volume 112, Issue 4, 15 February 2009, Pages 982-986.

 

88.   Jin F, Frohman C, Thannhauser TW, Welch RM, Glahn RP.   Effects of ascorbic acid, phytic acid and tannic acid on iron bioavailability from reconstituted ferritin measured by an in vitro digestion-Caco-2 cell model.

British Journal of Nutrition , 2009 Apr;101(7):972-81.

 

89.   Pachón H, Stoltzfus RJ, Glahn RP.   Homogenization, lyophilization or acid-extraction of meat products improves iron uptake from cereal-meat product combinations in an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell model.

British Journal of Nutrition , 2009 March 101(6) 816-821.

 

90.   Tako E,   Glahn RP, Laparra JM, Welch R, Lei X, Kelly JD, Rutzke MA, Miller DD.   Iron and zinc bioavailabilities to pigs from red and white beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) are similar. Journal of   Agricultural and Food Chemistry March 2009 57(8) 3134-3140.

 

91.   Patterson J, Rutzke MA, Fubini SL, Glahn RP, Welch RM, Lei X, Miller DD.   Dietary Inulin Supplementation Does Not Promote Colonic Iron Absorption in a Porcine Model.   Journal of   Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2009 in press.

 

92.   Laparra J.M., Glahn R.P., Miller D.D.   Assessing potential effects of inulin and probiotic bacteria on Fe availability from common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to caco-2 cells. J Food Sci. 2009 Mar;74(2):H40-6.

 

93.   Lung'aho MG, Glahn RP.   Micronutrient sprinkles add more bioavailable iron to some Kenyan complementary foods: studies using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 cell culture model.   Matern Child Nutr. 2009 Apr;5(2):151-8.

 

94.   Zhu L, Glahn RP, Nelson D, Miller D.D.   Comparing Soluble Ferris Pyrophosphate to Common Iron Salts and Chelates as Sources of Bioavailable Iron in a Caco-2 Cell Culture Model   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry   2009 in press .

 

95.   Mahler GJ, EschMB, Glahn RP, Shuler ML.   Characterization of a gastrointestinal tract microscale cell culture analog used to predict drug toxicity. Biotechnology and Bioengineering . 2009 in press.

 

96.   Tako E., Laparra J.M., Glahn R.P., Welch R.M., Lei X., Beebe S., Miller D.D.   Biofortified black beans ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in a maize/bean diet provide more bioavailable iron to piglets than standard black beans.   J Nutr. 2009 Feb;139(2):305-9.

 

97.   Young MF, Glahn RP,   et al.   Serum hepcidin is significantly associated with iron absorption fron food and supplemental sources in healthy young women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2009; 89:1-6.

 

98.   Laparra J.M., Glahn R.P., Miller D.D.   Effect of Tea Phenolics on Iron Uptake from Different Fortificants by Caco-2 cells.   2009 Food Chemistry in press.

 

99.   Laparra J.M., Barbera R,   Alegria A, Glahn R.P., Miller D.D.   Purified glycosaminoglygans from cooked haddock may enhance Fe uptake via endocytosis in a Caco-2 cell culture model.   Journal of Food Science. 2009   in press.

 

100.   Argyri K., Tako E., Miller D.D., Glahn R.P., Komaitis M., Kapsokefalou M.   Milk peptides increase iron solubility in water but do not affect DMT-1 expression in Caco-2 cells.   J Agric Food Chem. 2009 Feb 25;57(4):1538-43.

 

101.   Mahler GJ, Shuler ML, Glahn RP.   Characterization of Caco-2 and HT29-MTX co-cultures in an in vitro digestion/cell culture model used to predict iron bioavailability.

The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, Volume 20, Issue 7, July 2009, Pages 494-502.

 

102.   Laparra J.M., Glahn R.P., Miller D.D.   Different responses of iron transporters in Caco-2/HT29-MTX co-cultures than in independent Caco-2 cell cultures.  Cell Biology International, 2009; 33:971-977.

 

103.   Laparra J.M., Barbera R., Alegria A., Glahn R.P., Miller D.D.   Approaching the cellular processes involved in the positive effect of glycosaminoglycans on Fe uptake to Caco-2 cells.

 Journal of Food Science, 2009 in press.

 

104. Glahn, R.P.   The use of Caco-2 cells in defining nutrient bioavailability: application to iron bioavailability of foods.   In: Designing Functional Foods.   Measuring and controlling food structure breakdown and nutrient absorption.   Editors:   D.J. McClements and E. A. Decker.   2009. Pages 340-361. CRC Press, Woodhead Publishing Limited.

 

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