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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Douglas G Burrin (Doug)
Children's Nutrition Research Center
Research Physiologist (Animals)

Phone: (713) 798-7049
Fax: (713) 798-7057
Room 10068
USDA, ARS, CHILDREN`S NUTRITION RES. CENTER
1100 BATES ST.
HOUSTON, TX, 77030-2600

Projects
Molecular, Cellular, and Regulatory Aspects of Nutrition during Development
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 426348

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Hepatic transcriptomic profiles of preterm piglets nourished by enteral and parenteral nutrition - (Abstract Only)
Kulkarni, M., Vlaardingerbroek, H., Belmont, J.W., Hadsell, D.L., Stoll, B., Olutoye, O., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2013. Hepatic transcriptomic profiles of preterm piglets nourished by enteral and parenteral nutrition [abstract]. Pediatric Research. E-PAS213:4170.5.
Impact of parenteral lipid emulsions on metabolomic phenotype in preterm TPN-fed piglets - (Abstract Only)
Kulkarni, M.A., Vlaardingerbroek, H., Stoll, B., Ilkayeva, O., Newgard, C., Olutoye, O., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2013. Impact of parenteral lipid emulsions on metabolomic phenotype in preterm TPN-fed piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Research. E-PAS2013:3830.483.
Delayed initiation of enteral formula feeding reduces the incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in preterm piglets - (Abstract Only)
Ghoneim, N., Stoll, B., Kulkarni, M., Oosterloo, B., Saenz De Pipaon, M., Olutoye, O., Zamora, I., Berg, B., Wittke, A., Burrin, D.G. 2013. Delayed initiation of enteral formula feeding reduces the incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in preterm piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Research. E-PAS2013:1545.612.
Intestinal bile acid sensing is linked to key endocrine and metabolic signalng pathways - (Review Article)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., Moore, D. 2013. Intestinal bile acid sensing is linked to key endocrine and metabolic signalng pathways. Journal of Animal Science. 91(5):1991-2000.
Glp-2 Delays But Does Not Prevent the Onset of Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Benight, N.M., Stoll, B., Olutoye, O.O., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2013. GLP-2 delays but does not prevent the onset of necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm pigs. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 56(6):623-630.
Preterm piglets are a clinically relevant model of pediatric GI disease - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Ghoneim, N., Stoll, B., Thymann, T., Sangild, P.T. 2012. Preterm piglets are a clinically relevant model of pediatric GI disease [abstract]. Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, Session: Immunology 120, December 2-4, 2012, Chicago, Illinois. Available: http://www.abstractsonline.com/plan/start.aspx?mkey=%7BCDAC4DF3%2DE5E6%2D427E%2DA230%2D2F588B938865%7D.
Modulation of the gut microbiota with antibiotic treatment suppresses whole body urea production in neonatal pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Puiman, P., Stoll, B., Molbak, L., De Bruijn, A., Schierbeek, H., Boye, M., Boehm, G., Renes, I., Van Goudoever, J., Burrin, D.G. 2013. Modulation of the gut microbiota with antibiotic treatment suppresses whole body urea production in neonatal pigs. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 304(3):G300-G310.
Mechanism of nutrient sensing - (Book / Chapter)
Burrin, D.G., Davis, T.A. 2013. Mechanism of nutrient sensing. In: Ross, A.C., Caballero, B., Cousins, R.J., Tucker, K.L., Ziegler, T.R., editors. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, 11th edition, Part II. Nutritional roles in integrated biologic systems, Section B. Digestive, endocrine, immune, and neural mechanisms, Chapter 47. Philadelphia, PA:Wolters Kluwar-Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins Publishers. p. 626-632.
Persistence of increased adiposity in parenterally fed neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., Fiorotto, M.L., El-Kadi, S.W. 2012. Persistence of increased adiposity in parenterally fed neonatal pigs [abstract]. Pediatric Research. E-PAS2012:1335.7.
Differential molecular regulation of bile acid homeostasis by soy lipid induced phytosterolemia and fish oil lipid emulsions in TPN-fed preterm pigs - (Abstract Only)
Ng, K., Vlaardingerbroek, H., Stoll, B., Van Goudoever, J., Kluijtmans, L., Olutoye, O., Burrin, D.G. 2012. Differential molecular regulation of bile acid homeostasis by soy lipid induced phytosterolemia and fish oil lipid emulsions in TPN-fed preterm pigs [abstract]. Gastroenterology. 142(5):S-925(suppl. 1).
Preventative oral methylthioadenosine is anti-inflammatory and reduces DSS-induced colitis in mice - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Benight, N.M., Stoll, B., Marini, J.C., Burrin, D.G. 2012. Preventative oral methylthioadenosine is anti-inflammatory and reduces DSS-induced colitis in mice. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 303(1):G71-G82.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) increases net amino acid utilization by the portal-drained viscera of ruminatinhg calves - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Taylor-Edwards, C.C., Burrin, D.G., Kristensen, N.B., Holst, J.J., McLeod, K.R., Harmon, D.L. 2012. Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) increases net amino acid utilization by the portal-drained viscera of ruminatinhg calves. Animal. 6(12):1985-1997.
Persistence of an adverse metabolic phenotype in parenterally fed neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., El-Kadi, S., Genovese, K., Davis, T.A., Fiorotto, M.L., Thymann, T., Sangild, P. 2012. Persistence of an adverse metabolic phenotype in parenterally fed neonatal pigs [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. 26:34.4.
Supplementing monosodium glutamate to partial enteral nutrition slows gastric emptying in preterm pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Stoll, B., Benight, N.M., Olutoye, O., Lazar, D., Burrin, D.G. 2013. Supplementing monosodium glutamate to partial enteral nutrition slows gastric emptying in preterm pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 143(5):563-570.
Continuous parenteral and enteral nutrition induces metabolic dysfunction in neonatal pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stoll, B., Puiman, P.J., Cui, L., Chang, X., Benight, N.M., Bauchart-Thevret, C., Hartman, B., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2012. Continuous parenteral and enteral nutrition induces metabolic dysfunction in neonatal pigs. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 36(5):538-550.
Enteral bile acid treatment improves parenteral nutrition-related liver disease and intestinal mucosal atrophy in neonatal pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Jain, A.K., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Holst, J.J., Moore, D.D. 2011. Enteral bile acid treatment improves parenteral nutrition-related liver disease and intestinal mucosal atrophy in neonatal pigs. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 302(2):G218-G224.
First-pass splanchnic metabolism of dietary cysteine in weanling pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Cottrell, J., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2011. First-pass splanchnic metabolism of dietary cysteine in weanling pigs. Journal of Animal Science. 89(12):4093-4099.
B-vitamin deficiency is protective against DSS-induced colitis in mice - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (15-May-11)
Intestinal threonine utilization for protein and mucin synthesis is decreased in formula-fed preterm pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Puiman, P.J., Jensen, M., Stoll, B., Renes, I.B., De Bruijn, A.C., Dorst, K., Schierbeek, H., Schmidt, M., Boehm, G., Burrin, D.G., Sangild, P.T., Goudoever, J.B. 2011. Intestinal threonine utilization for protein and mucin synthesis is decreased in formula-fed preterm pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 141(7):1306-1311.
Supplementing glutamate to partial enteral nutrition slows gastric emptying rate in preterm pigs - (Abstract Only)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Stoll, B., Benight, N., Olutoye, O., Burrin, D.G. 2011. Supplementing glutamate to partial enteral nutrition slows gastric emptying rate in preterm pigs [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Conference of the Pediatric Academic Society and the Asian Society for Pediatric Research. Session: Gastroenterology, April 30-May 3, 2011, Denver, Colorado. 2924.307.
Lipid emulsions containing fish oil protect against PN-induced cholestatic liver disease in preterm piglets - (Abstract Only)
Vlaardingerbroek, H., Stoll, B., Benight, N., Van Goudoever, J.B., Olutoye, O., Burrin, D.G. 2011. Lipid emulsions containing fish oil protect against PN-induced cholestatic liver disease in preterm piglets [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Conference of the Pediatric Academic Society and the Asian Society for Pediatric Research. Session: Neonatal fetal nutrition and metabolism II, April 30-May 3, 2011, Denver, Colorado. 3670.6.
Parenteral lipid fatty acid composition directly determines the fatty acid composition of red blood cell and brain lipids in preterm pigs - (Abstract Only)
Stoll, B., Vlaardingerbroek, H., Benight, N.M., Olutoye, O., Van Goudoever, J., Heird, W., Burrin, D.G. 2011. Parenteral lipid fatty acid composition directly determines the fatty acid composition of red blood cell and brain lipids in preterm pigs [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Conference of the Pediatric Academic Society and the Asian Society for Pediatric Research. Session: Neonatal fetal nutrition and metabolism II, April 30-May 3, 2011, Denver, Colorado. 3670.5.
Near-infrared spectroscopy measurement of abdominal tissue oxygenation is a useful indicator of intestinal blood flow and necrotizing enterocolitis in premature piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gay, A.N., Lazar, D.A., Stoll, B., Naik-Mathuria, B., Mushin, O.P., Rodriguez, M.A., Burrin, D.G., Olutoye, O.O. 2011. Near-infrared spectroscopy measurement of abdominal tissue oxygenation is a useful indicator of intestinal blood flow and necrotizing enterocolitis in premature piglets. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 46(6):1034-1040.
Fetal lipopolysaccharide exposure modulates diet-dependent gut maturation and sensitivity to necrotising enterocolitis in pre-term pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (20-Jan-11)
Apical Na(+)-D-glucose cotransporter 1 (SGLT1) activity and protein abundance are expressed along the jejunal crypt-villus axis in the neonatal pig - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Yang, C., Albin, D.M., Wang, Z., Stoll, B., Lackeyram, D., Swanson, K.C., Yin, Y., Tappenden, K.A., Mine, Y., Yada, R.Y., Burrin, D.G., Fan, M.Z. 2011. Apical Na[+]-D-glucose cotransporter 1 (SGLT1) activity and protein abundance are expressed along the jejunal crypt-villus axis in the neonatal pig. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 300(1):G60-G70.
Enteral arginine does not increase superior mesenteric arterial blood flow and but induces mucosal growth in neonatal pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Puiman, P.J., Stoll, B., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2011. Enteral arginine does not increase superior mesenteric arterial blood flow and but induces mucosal growth in neonatal pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 141(1):63-70.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) increases small intestinal blood flow and mucosal growth in ruminating calves - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Taylor-Edwards, C.C., Burrin, D.G., Holst, J.J., Mcleod, K.R., Harmon, D.L. 2011. Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) increases small intestinal blood flow and mucosal growth in ruminating calves. Journal of Dairy Science. 94(2):888-898.
Chronic parenteral nutrition induces hepatic inflammation, steatosis and insulin resistance in neonatal pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stoll, B., Horst, D.A., Cui, L., Chang, X., Ellis, K.J., Hadsell, D.L., Suryawan, A., Kurundkar, A., Maheshwari, A., Davis, T.A., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Chronic parenteral nutrition induces hepatic inflammation, steatosis and insulin resistance in neonatal pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 140(12):2193-2200.
Arginine-induced stimulation of protein synthesis and survival in IPEC-J2 cells is mediated by mTOR but not nitric oxide - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Cui, L., Wu, G., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Arginine-induced stimulation of protein synthesis and survival in IPEC-J2 cells is mediated by mTOR but not nitric oxide. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 299(6):E899-E909.
Expression of mRNA for proglucagon and glucagon-like peptide-2(GLP-2) receptor in the ruminant gastrointestinal tract and the influence of energy intake - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Taylor-Edwards, C.C., Burrin, D.G., Matthews, J.C., McLeod, K.R., Holst, J.J., Harmon, D.L. 2010. Expression of mRNA for proglucagon and glucagon-like peptide-2(GLP-2) receptor in the ruminant gastrointestinal tract and the influence of energy intake. Domestic Animal Endocrinology. 39:181-193.
Developmental changes in insulin- and amino acid-induced mTOR signalling regulate muscle protein synthesis in neonatal pigs - (Book / Chapter)
Davis, T.A., Suryawan, A., Fiorotto, M.L., Orellana, R.A., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Developmental changes in insulin- and amino acid-induced mTOR signalling regulate muscle protein synthesis in neonatal pigs. In: Crovetto, G.M. editor. Proceedings of the 3rd European Association of Animal Protection International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition, Session 4: Systemic and local regulation mechanisms, an EAAP Publication, Wageningen Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, September 6-10, 2010, Parma, Italy, 127:249-250.
Prolonged stimulation of protein synthesis by leucine is dependent on amino acid availability - (Book / Chapter)
Davis, T.A., Suryawan, A., Wilson, F.A., Fiorotto, M.L., Gazzaneo, M.C., Orellana, R.A., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Prolonged stimulation of protein synthesis by leucine is dependent on amino acid availability. In: Crovetto, G.M. editor. Proceedings of the 3rd European Association of Animal Protection International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition, Session 4: Systemic and local regulation mechanisms, an EAAP Publication, Wageningen Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, September 6-10, 2010, Parma, Italy, 127:253-254.
Amino acids and insulin are regulators of muscle protein synthesis in neonatal pigs Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis, T.A., Suryawan, A., Orellana, R.A., Fiorotto, M.L., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Amino acids and insulin are regulators of muscle protein synthesis in neonatal pigs. Animal. 4(11):1790-1796.
Dietary glutamate reduces systemic but not intestinal leucine oxidation in protein malnourished piglets - (Abstract Only)
Baucahrt-Thevret, C., Cui, L., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Dietary glutamate reduces systemic but not intestinal leucine oxidation in protein malnourished piglets [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 24(1):740.6.
Anti-inflammatory properties of methylthioadenosine in experimental colitis - (Abstract Only)
Benight, N., Stoll, B., Bauchart-Thevret, C., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Anti-inflammatory properties of methylthioadenosine in experimental colitis [abstract]. American Gastroenterological Association. M1764.
B-vitamin deficiency is protective in experimental colitis - (Abstract Only)
Benight, N.M., Stoll, B., Puiman, P., Bauchart-Thevret, C., Marini, J., Burrin, D.G. 2010. B-vitamin deficiency is protective in experimental colitis [abstract]. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. 24(1):228.6.
Glp-2 Delays the Onset But Does Not Prevent Nec in Preterm Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., Olutoye, O., Benight, N. 2010. GLP-2 delays the onset but does not prevent NEC in preterm piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Research. Paper No. 1458.63.
Probiotics and antibiotics change microbial diversity and decrease gut growth in neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Puiman, P., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Boehm, G., Sangild, P., Boye, M., Molbak, L., Van Goudoever, J. 2009. Probiotics and antibiotics change microbial diversity and decrease gut growth in neonatal pigs [abstract]. Acta Paediatrica. 98(Suppl.460):44.
Intestinal trophic effect of enteral arginine is independent of blood flow in neonatal piglets - (Abstract Only)
Puiman, P., Stoll, B., Van Goudoever, J., Burrin, D.G. 2009. Intestinal trophic effect of enteral arginine is independent of blood flow in neonatal piglets [abstract]. Acta Paediatrica. 89(Suppl.460):212.
Continuous administration of an elemental diet induces insulin resistance in neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Stoll, B., Puiman, P., Benight, N., Bauchart-Thevret, C., Burrin, D.G. 2009. Continuous administration of an elemental diet induces insulin resistance in neonatal pigs [abstract]. Acta Paediatrica. 98(Suppl.460):55.
Carbohydrate maldigestion induces necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm pigs - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Thymann, T., Stoll, B., Stoy, A.C., Moller, H., Buddington, R.K., Bering, S., Jensen, B.B., Olutoye, O., Siggers, R., Molback, L., Sangild, P.T. 2009. Carbohydrate maldigestion induces necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm pigs [abstract]. Acta Paediatrica. 98(Suppl. 460):97.
Carbohydrate maldigestion induces necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thymann, T., Moller, H.K., Stoll, B., Stoy, A.C., Buddington, R.K., Bering, S., Jensen, B.B., Olutoye, O.O., Siggers, R.H., Molbak, L., Sangild, P.T., Burrin, D.G. 2010. Carbohydrate maldigestion induces necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm pigs. American Journal of Physiology. 297:G1115-G1125.
Intestinal metabolism of sulfur amino acids - (Review Article)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2009. Intestinal metabolism of sulfur amino acids. Nutrition Research Reviews. 22:175-187.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 increases splanchnic blood flow acutely in calves but loses effectiveness with chronic exposure Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Taylor, C.C., Burrin, D.G., Holst, J.J., Mcleod, K.R., Harmon, D.L. 2009. Glucagon-like peptide-2 increases splanchnic blood flow acutely in calves but loses effectiveness with chronic exposure. Joint Meeting of the ADSA, AMSA, ASAS and PSA. Journal of Animal Science. 87:234 (E-Suppl. 2).
Modulating the gut flora alters amino acid metabolism in neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Puiman, P., Burrin, D., Van Goudoever, J., Boehm, G., Stoll, B. 2009. Modulating the gut flora alters amino acid metabolism in neonatal pigs [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 23:919.9.
Can non-invasive measurement of gut oxygenation predict necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants? Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Patel, A.K., Olutoye, O., Burrin, D.G., Brandt, M.L. 2009. Can non-invasive measurement of gut oxygenation predict necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants [abstract]? Proceedings of the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, May 2-5, 2009, Baltimore, Maryland. Paper No. 4350.356.
The role of methionine metabolism in inflammatory bowel disease Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Benight, N.M., Stoll, B., Puiman, P., Burrin, D. 2009. The role of methionine metabolism in inflammatory bowel disease [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 23:919.6
Arginine-mediated stimulation of intestinal epithelial cell protein synthesis is mTOR-dependent but NO-independent - (Abstract Only)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Cui, L., Stoll, B., Burrin, D. 2009. Arginine-mediated stimulation of intestinal epithelial cell protein synthesis is mTOR-dependent but NO-independent [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 23:227.7.
eNOS signaling is essential in GLP-2-mediated stimulation of blood flow, but not cell proliferation in the mouse gut - (Abstract Only)
Guan, X., Wang, Y., Li, X., Burrin, D., Li, D. 2009. eNOS signaling is essential in GLP-2-mediated stimulation of blood flow, but not cell proliferation in the mouse gut [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 23:919.10
Sulfur amino acid deficiency upregulates intestinal methionine cycle activity and suppresses epithelial growth in neonatal pigs. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Stoll, B., Chako, S., Burrin, D.G. 2009. Sulfur amino acid deficiency upregulates intestinal methionine cycle activity and suppresses epithelial growth in neonatal pigs. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 296:E1239-E1250.
Continuous nutrient administration decreases insulin sensitivity in neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Stoll, B., Puiman, P., Benight, N., Bauchart-Thevret, C., Burrin, D.G. 2009. Continuous nutrient administration decreases insulin sensitivity in neonatal pigs [abstract]. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 33(2):202.
Positive net movements of amino acids in the hindlimb after overnight food deprivation contribute to sustaining the elevated anabolism of neonatal pigs Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thivierge, M.C., Bush, J.A., Suryawan, A., Nguyen, H.V., Orellana, R.A., Burrin, D.G., Jahoor, F., Davis, T.A. 2008. Positive net movements of amino acids in the hindlimb after overnight food deprivation contribute to sustaining the elevated anabolism of neonatal pigs. Journal of Applied Physiology. 105(6):1959-1966.
Metabolic fate and function of dietary glutamate in the gut Reprint Icon - (Review Article)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B. 2009. Metabolic fate and function of dietary glutamate in the gut. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 90(suppl):1S-7S.
Comparative Aspects of Tissue Glutamine and Proline Metabolism - (Review Article)
Bertolo, R.F., Burrin, D.G. 2008. Comparative aspects of tissue glutamine and proline metabolism. Journal of Nutrition. 138:2032S-2039S.
Enteral feeding induces diet-dependent mucosal dysfunction, bacterial overgrowth and necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm parenterally-fed pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bjornvad, C.R., Thymann, T., Deutz, N.E., Burrin, D.G., Jensen, S.K., Jensen, B.B., Molbak, L., Boye, M., Larsson, L., Schmidt, M., Sangild, P.T. 2008. Enteral feeding induces diet-dependent mucosal dysfunction, bacterial overgrowth and necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm parenterally-fed pigs. American Journal of Physiology Gastrointestinal Liver Physiology. 295:1092-1103.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 increases small intestinal mass of calves Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Taylor, C.C., Burrin, D.G., McLeod, K.R., Harmon, D.L. 2009. Glucagon-like peptide-2 increases small intestinal mass of calves [abstract]. Joint Meeting of the ADSA, AMSA, ASAS and PSA. Journal of Animal Science. 87:234 (E-Suppl. 2).
Trophic Factors and Regulation of Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver Development Reprint Icon - (Book / Chapter)
Burrin, D.G. 2011. Trophic Factors and Regulation of Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver Development. In: Polin, R.A., Fox, W.W., Abman, S.H., editors. "Fetal and Neonatal Physiology". 4th edition. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Publishers. p. 1-7.
Intestinal metabolism of sulfur amino acids - (Book / Chapter)
Benight, N.M., Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B. 2009. Intestinal metabolism of sulfur amino acids. In: Masella, R., Mazza, G., editors. Glutathione and Sulfur Amino Acids in Human Health and Disease. New Jersey, NJ: Wiley & Sons, Inc. p. 47-72.
Decreased insulin sensitivity due to continuous nutrient administration in neonatal pigs - (Abstract Only)
Stoll, B., Puiman, P.J., Benight, N., Bauchart, C., Burrin, D.G. 2009. Decreased insulin sensitivity due to continuous nutrient administration in neonatal pigs [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 23:33.3.
Can abdominal NIRS detect changes in intestinal blood flow and risk of NEC in premature piglets? - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Gay, A.N., Stoll, B., Naik-Mathuria, B., Olutoye, O.O. 2008. Can abdominal NIRS detect changes in intestinal blood flow and risk of NEC in premature piglets?. Pediatric Research. E-PAS 635819.3
Intestinal trophic effect of enteral arginine is independent of blood flow in neonatal piglets Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Puiman, P.J., Stoll, B., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2008. Intestinal trophic effect of enteral arginine is independent of blood flow in neonatal piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Research. E-PAS 635:140.4
Sulfur amino acids are necessary for normal intestinal mucosal growth in neonatal piglets Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Bauchart-Thevret, C., Stoll, B., Chang, X., Cui, L., Burrin, D.G. 2008. Sulfur amino acids are necessary for normal intestinal mucosal growth in neonatal piglets [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 22:686.2
Emerging aspects of dietary glutamate metabolism in the developing gut Reprint Icon - (Review Article)
Burrin, D.G., Janeczko, M.J., Stoll, B. 2008. Emerging aspects of dietary glutamate metabolism in the developing gut. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 17(Suppl. 1):368-371.
Trophic Factors and Regulation of Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver Development Reprint Icon - (Book / Chapter)
Janeczko, M., Burrin, D.G. 2008. Trophic factors and regulation of gastrointestinal tract and liver development. In: Neu, J. editor. Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Neonatology Questions and Controversies. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier. p. 121-134.
Extensive gut metabolism limits the intestinal absorption of excessive supplemental dietary glutamate loads in infant pigs Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Janeczko, M.J., Stoll, B., Chang, X., Guan, X., Burrin, D.G. 2007. Extensive gut metabolism limits the intestinal absorption of excessive supplemental dietary glutamate loads in infant pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 137:2384-2390.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) activates the mTOR signaling through a PI3-kinase-Akt-dependent pathway - (Abstract Only)
Guan, X., Li, X., Li, D., Wang, Y., Qiao, S., Burrin, D., Chang, B., Chan, L. 2007. Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) activates the mTOR signaling through a PI3-kinase-Akt-dependent pathway [abstract]. "ENDO 07", 89th Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, Juen 2-5, 2007, Toronto, Canada. Paper No. P2-595.
Dietary Glutamate Is Almost Entirely Removed in Its First Pass Through the Splanchnic Bed in Premature Infants - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hays, S.P., Ordonez, J.M., Burrin, D.G., Sunehag, A.L. 2007. Dietary glutamate is almost entirely removed in its first pass through the splanchnic bed in premature infants. Pediatric Research. 62(3):353-356.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) activates the Mtor signaling through a PI3-kinase-Akt-dependent pathway - (Abstract Only)
Li, X., Li, D., Wang, Y., Qiao, S., Chang, B.H., Burrin, D., Chan, L., Guan, X. 2007. Glucagon-like peptide-2 (GLP-2) activates the Mtor signaling through a PI3-kinase-Akt-dependent pathway [abstract]. Gastroenterology. 132(4 Supplement 2):A-546.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 activates the mTOR signaling through a PI3-kinase-Akt-dependent pathway - (Abstract Only)
Li, X., Li, D., Wang, Y., Qiao, S., Chang, B.H., Burrin, D.G., Chan, L., Guan, X. 2007. Glucagon-like peptide-2 activates the mTOR signaling through a PI3-kinase-Akt-dependent pathway [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 21(6):A1075-A1076.
Acute IGF-I infusion stimulates whole body protein synthesis but does not reduce proteolysis in neonates - (Abstract Only)
Wilson, F., Fiorotto, M.L., Burrin, D.G., Jahoor, F., Nguyen, H.V., Suryawan, A., Davis, T.A. 2007. Acute IGF-I infusion stimulates whole body protein synthesis but does not reduce proteolysis in neonates [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 21(6):A1119.
Insulin and amino acids stimulate whole body protein synthesis in neonates - (Abstract Only)
Jeyapalan, A., Orellana, R.A., Burrin, D.G., Fiorotto, M.L., Jahoor, F., Nguyen, H.V., Suryawan, A., Davis, T.A. 2007. Insulin and amino acids stimulate whole body protein synthesis in neonates [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 21(5):A334.
Stimulation of whole body protein synthesis by insulin in neonates is dependent on the pattern of amino acids available - (Abstract Only)
Orellana, R.A., Fiorotto, M.L., Jahoor, F., Burrin, D.G., Nguyen, H.V., Suryawan, A., Davis, T.A. 2007. Stimulation of whole body protein synthesis by insulin in neonates is dependent on the pattern of amino acids available [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 21(5):A162.
Methionine transmethylation and transsulfuration in the piglet gastrointestinal tract Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Riedijk, M.A., Stoll, B., Chacko, S., Schierbeek, H., Sunehag, A.L., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2007. Methionine transmethylation and transsulfuration in the piglet gastrointestinal tract. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104(9):3408-3413.
Emerging aspects of gut sulfur amino acid metabolism - (Review Article)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B. 2007. Emerging aspects of gut sulfur amino acid metabolism. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care. 10:63-68.
Feeding An Elemental Diet Vs a Milk-Based Formula Does Not Decrease Intestinal Mucosal Growth in Infant Pigs. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stoll, B., Price, P.T., Reeds, P.J., Chang, X., Henry, J.F., Van Goudoever, J.B., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2006. Feeding an elemental diet vs a milk-based formula does not decrease intestinal mucosal growth in infant pigs. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 30(1):32-39.
Total parenteral nutrition induces liver steatosis and apoptosis in neonatal piglets Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Wang, H., Khaoustov, V.I., Krishnan, B., Cai, W., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Yoffe, B. 2006. Total parenteral nutrition induces liver steatosis and apoptosis in neonatal piglets. Journal of Nutrition. 136:2547-2552.
Glp-2 Rapidly Activates Divergent Intracellular Signaling Pathways Involved in Intestinal Cell Survival and Proliferation in Neonatal Piglets Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., Guan, X., Cui, L., Chang, X., Hadsell, D. 2007. GLP-2 rapidly activates divergent intracellular signaling pathways involved in intestinal cell survival and proliferation in neonatal piglets. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 292:E281-E291
First-pass metabolism limits the intestinal absorption of enteral alpha-ketoglutarate in young pigs Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lambert, B.D., Filip, R., Stoll, B., Junghans, P., Derno, M., Hennig, U., Souffrant, W.B., Pierzynowski, S., Burrin, D.G. 2006. First-pass metabolism limits the intestinal absorption of enteral alpha-ketoglutarate in young pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 136:2779-2784.
Gut glutamate metabolism is extensive in piglets supplemented with dietary glutamate Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Janeczko, M.J., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2006. Gut glutamate metabolism is extensive in piglets supplemented with dietary glutamate [abstract]. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. 59: Abstract No.4136.6. Available: http://www.abstracts2view.com/pasall/view.php?nu=PAS6L1_1973.
Chronic parenteral nutrition reduces lean tissue growth and induces insulin resistance in neonatal piglets Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Horst, D.A., Sedenquist, M., Stoll, B., Ellis, K., Burrin, D. 2006. Chronic parenteral nutrition reduces lean tissue growth and induces insulin resistance in neonatal piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting. 59:Abstract No.4136.7. Available: http://www.abstracts2view.com/pasall/view.php?nu=PAS6L1_3024.
Diet and Colonization-Dependent Intestinal Dysfunction Predisposes to Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sangild, P.T., Siggers, R.H., Schmidt, M., Elnif, J., Bjornvad, C.R., Thymann, T., Grondahl, M.L., Hansen, A.K., Jensen, S.K., Boye, M., Moelbak, L., Buddington, R.K., Westrom, B.R., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2006. Diet- and colonization-dependent intestinal dysfunction predisposes to necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm pigs. Gastroenterology. 130(6):1776-1792.
Enteral Feeding, Compared to Parenteral Feeding, Enhances Bacterial Gut Colonization in Neonatal Pigs - (Abstract Only)
Harvey, R.B., Andrews, K., Droleskey, R.E., Kansagra, K.V., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Callaway, T.R., Anderson, R.C., Nisbet, D.J. 2006. Enteral feeding, compared to parenteral feeding, enhances bacterial gut colonization in neonatal pigs [abstract]. Reproduction Nutrition Development. 46(Suppl. 1):S17.
Measuring Splanchnic Amino Acid Metabolism in Vivo Using Stable Isotopic Tracers - (Review Article)
Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2006. Measuring splanchnic amino acid metabolism in vivo using stable isotopic tracers. Journal of Animal Science. 84 (Supplement):E60-E72.
Kinetics of splanchnic 13C-cysteine metabolism in infant pigs Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Cottrell, J., Stoll, B., Burrin, D. 2006. Kinetics of splanchnic 13C-cysteine metabolism in infant pigs [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 20(4):A9.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 intracellularly stimulates eNOS phosphorylation and specifically induces submucosal arteriole vasodilation via a sheer stress-independent, local neural mechanism - (Abstract Only)
Guan, X., Zhang, K., Karpen, H., Bukowski, J., Bian, X., Galligan, J., Burrin, D. 2006. Glucagon-like peptide-2 intracellularly stimulates eNOS phosphorylation and specifically induces submucosal arteriole vasodilation via a sheer strees-independent, local neural mechanism [abstract]. Gastroenterology. 130:A686.
Intestinal amino acid metabolism in neonates Reprint Icon - (Proceedings)
Van Goudoever, J.B., Van Der Schoor, S.R., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Wattimena, D., Schierbeek, H., Schaart, M.W., Riedijk, M.A., Van Der Lugt, J. 2006. Intestinal amino acid metabolism in neonates. In: Rigo, J., Ziegler, E.E., editors. Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series Pediatric Program. November 20-24, 2005, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. S. Karger AG, Basel (Switzerland). 58:95-108.
Formula-Feeding Reduces Lactose Digestive Capacity in Neonatal Pigs. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thymann, T., Burrin, D.G., Tappenden, K.A., Bjornvad, C.R., Jensen, S.K., Sangild, P.T. 2006. Formula-feeding reduces lactose digestive capacity in neonatal pigs. British Journal of Nutrition. 95:1075-1081.
Glp-2 Receptor Localizes to Enteric Neurons and Endocrine Cells Expressing Vasoactive Peptides and Mediates Increased Blood Flow. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Guan, X., Karpen, H.E., Bukowski, J.T., Stephens, J., Niu, S., Zhang, G., Stoll, B., Finegold, M.J., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2006. GLP-2 receptor localizes to enteric neurons and endocrine cells expressing vasoactive peptides and mediates increased blood flow. Gastroenterology. 130:150-164.
Glucagon-Like Peptide-2 Acutely Increases Proximal Small Intestinal Blood Flow in Tpn-Fed Neonatal Piglets. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stephens, J., Stoll, B., Cottrell, J., Chang, X., Helmrath, M., Burrin, D.G. 2006. Glucagon-like peptide-2 acutely increases proximal small intestinal blood flow in TPN-fed neonatal piglets. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative & Comparative Physiology. 59:R283-R289.
Glucagon-Like Peptide-2 Protects Against Tpn-Induced Intestinal Hexose Malabsorption in Enterally Re-Fed Piglets. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cottrell, J.J., Stoll, B., Buddington, R.K., Stephens, J.E., Cui, L., Chang, X., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Glucagon-like peptide-2 protects against TPN-induced intestinal hexose malabsorption in enterally re-fed piglets. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 53:G293-G300.
Qualitative and Quantitative Comparison of Bacterial Colonization of the Neonatal Pig Gut As Influenced by Enteral Versus Total Parenteral Feeding - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Harvey, R.B., Andrews, K., Droleskey, R.E., Kansagra, K.V., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Sheffield, C.L., Anderson, R.C., Nisbet, D.J. 2006. Qualitative and quantitative comparison of gut bacterial colonization in enterally and parenterally fed neonatal pigs. Current Issues in Intestinal Microbiology. 7:61-64.
Nutritional and Functional Importance of Intestinal Sulfur Amino Acid Metabolism - (Review Article)
Shoveller, A.K., Stoll, B., Ball, R.O., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Nutritional and functional importance of intestinal sulfur amino acid metabolism. Journal of Nutrition. 135:1609-1612.
Feeding An Elemental Diet Vs a Milk-Based Formula Does Not Decrease Intestinal Mucosal Growth in Infant Pigs. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Stoll, B., Price, P.T., Reeds, P.J., Chang, X., Henry, J.F., Van Goudoever, J.B., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2006. Feeding an elemental diet vs a milk-based formula does not decrease intestinal mucosal growth in infant pigs. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 30:32-39.
The nutritional phenotype in the age of metabolomics - (Review Article)
Zeisel, S.H., Freake, H.C., Bauman, D., Bier, D.M., Burrin, D.G., German, J.B., Klein, S., Marquis, G.S., Milner, J.A., Pelto, G.H., Rasmussen, K.M. 2005. The nutritional phenotype in the age of metabolomics. Journal of Nutrition. 135:1613-1616.
Whole-Body and Hindlimb Protein Breakdown Are Differentially Altered by Feeding in Neonatal Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thivierge, M.C., Bush, J.A., Suryawan, A., Nguyen, H.V., Orellana, R.A., Burrin, D.G., Jahoor, F., Davis, T.A. 2005. Whole-body and hindlimb protein breakdown are differentially altered by feeding in neonatal piglets. Journal of Nutrition. 135(6):1430-1437.
Changes in the Plasma Citrulline Concentration Are a Predictor of Alterations in Gut Mucosal Morphology and Functions in the Piglet. - (Abstract Only)
Lackeyram, D., Burrin, D.G., Mine, Y., Fan, M.Z. 2005. Changes in the plasma citrulline concentration are a predictor of alterations in gut mucosal morphology and functions in the piglet. Journal of Animal Science. 83 (Suppl. 1):207.
Measuring Splanchnic Amino Acid Metabolism by Using Stable Isotope Tracers. - (Abstract Only)
Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Measuring splanchnic amino acid metabolism by using stable isotope tracers [abstract]. Journal of Animal Science. 83(Suppl. 1):242.
Glucagon-Like Peptide-2 Increases Glucose Uptake by Increasing Sglt-1 and Glut2 Abundance in Tpn-Fed Neonatal Pigs - (Abstract Only)
Bartholome, A.L., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Tappenden, K.A. 2005. Glucagon-like peptide-2 increases glucose uptake by increasing Sglt-1 and Glut2 abundance in tpn-fed neonatal pigs [abstract]. Gastroenterology. 128:A677.
Glucagon-Like Peptide 2 Decreases a Marker of Bone Resorption in Tpn-Fed Neonatal Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Horst, D.A., Sedenquist, M., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Glucagon-like peptide 2 decreases a marker of bone resorption in tpn-fed neonatal piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Academic Society Meeting. Pediatric Research. 57:Abstract 1609. 2005 CDROM.
Intestinal Sulfur Amino Acid Metabolism in Neonatal Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Riedijk, M.A., Stoll, B., Chako, S., Sunehag, A.L., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Intestinal sulfur amino acid metabolism in neonatal piglets [abstract]. Pediatric Research. 57:1608.
Gastrointestinal Gluconeogenesis Is Absent in the 36hour Fasted Piglet - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Lambert, B., Stoll, B., Guan, X. 2005. Gastrointestinal gluconeogenesis is absent in the 36hour fasted piglet. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 19(4):A-420.
Transmethylation and Transsulfuration of Methionine in the Piglet Gastrointestinal Tract - (Abstract Only)
Burrin, D.G., Riedijk, M.A., Stoll, B., Chacko, S., Sunehag, A.L., Van Goudoever, J.B. 2005. Transmethylation and transsulfuration of methionine in the piglet gastrointestinal tract. Gastroenterology. 128:A-552.
The Gut Metabolizes Most of the Dietary Glutamate Even During Dietary Excess - (Abstract Only)
Stoll, B., Guan, X., Cottrell, J., Stephens, J., Chang, X., Cui, L., Burrin, D.G. 2005. The gut metabolizes most of the dietary glutamate even during dietary excess. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 19(4):A-1695.
First-Pass Intestinal Methionine Metabolism Is Limited in Enterally-Fed Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Riedijk, M.A., Stoll, B., Chako, S., Cottrell, J., Stephens, J., Sunehag, A., Van Goudoever, J.B., Burrin, D.G. 2005. First-pass intestinal methionine metabolism is limited in enterally-fed piglets. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 19:A422.
Glucagon-Like Peptide-2 Receptor Co-Localization with Vasoactive Neurotransmitters in the Human Small Intestine - (Abstract Only)
Guan, X., Bukowski, J.T., Stephens, J., Niu, S., Zhang, G., Stoll, B., Karpen, H.E., Finegold, M.J., Holst, J.J., Hadsell, D.L., Nichols, B.L., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Glucagon-like peptide-2 receptor co-localization with vasoactive neurotransmitters in the human small intestine. Gastroenterology.
Threonine Utilization Is High in the Intestine of Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Schaart, M.W., Schierbeek, H., Van Der Schoor, S.R., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Reeds, P.J., Van Goudoever, J.B. 2005. Threonine utilization is high in the intestine of piglets. Journal of Nutrition. 135:765-770.
Glp-2 Treatment During Chronic Tpn Improves Intestinal Glucose Uptake after Re-Feeding in Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Cottrell, J., Stoll, B., Buddington, R., Riedijk, M., Stephens, J., Cui, L., Chang, X., Burrin, D.G. 2005. GLP-2 treatment during chronic tpn improves intestinal glucose uptake after re-feeding in piglets. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 19:A1695.
Postprandial Intestinal and Whole-Body Nitrogen Kinetics and Distribution in Piglets Fed a Single Meal. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bos, C., Stoll, B., Fouillet, H., Gaudichon, C., Guan, X., Grusak, M.A., Reeds, P.J., Burrin, D.G., Tome, D. 2005. Postprandial intestinal and whole body nitrogen kinetics and distribution in piglets fed a single meal. American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism. 288(2):E436-E446.
Glucagon-Like Peptide 2 Dose-Dependently Activates Intestinal Cell Survival and Proliferation in Neonatal Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., Guan, X., Cui, L., Chang, X., Holst, J.J. 2005. Glucagon-like peptide 2 dose-dependently activates intestinal cell survival and proliferation in neonatal piglets. Endocrinology. 146:22-32.
Metabolomics in the Opening Decade of the 21st Century: Building the Roads to Individualized Health. - (Review Article)
German, J.B., Bauman, D.E., Burrin, D.G., King, J.C., Klein, S., Milner, J.A., Pelto, G.H., Rasmussen, K.M., Zeisel, S.H. 2004. Metabolomics in the opening decade of the 21st century: building the roads to individualized health. Journal of Nutrition. 134:2729-2732.
Glucagon-Like Peptide 2 Dose-Dependently Activates Intestinal Cell Survival and Proliferation in Neonatal Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Burrin, D.G., Stoll, B., Guan, X., Cui, L., Holst, J.J. 2004. Glucagon-like peptide 2 dose-dependently activates intestinal cell survival and proliferation in neonatal piglets. Endocrinology. 146(1):22-32.
Methodological Approaches to Metabolism Research - (Book / Chapter)
Guan, X., Burrin, D.G. 2005. Methodological approaches to metabolism research. In: Burrin, D.G., Mersmann, H.J., editors. Biology of Metabolism in Growing Animals. Biology of Growing Animals Series, Volume 3. London: Elsevier. p. 435-477.
Relative Stimulation of Superior Mesenteric Arterial (Sma) Blood Flow by Enteral Nutrition and Glucagon-Like Peptide 2 (Glp-2) in Total Parenteral Nutrition (Tpn) Fed Neonatal Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Stephens, J., Stoll, B., Guan, X., Helmrath, M., Burrin, D.G. 2004. Relative stimulation of superior mesenteric arterial (SMA) blood flow by enteral nutrition and glucagon-like peptide 2 (GLP-2) in total parenteral nutrition (TPN) fed neonatal piglets [abstract]. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 39(Supplement 1):S127.
Relative Stimulation of Superior Mesenteric Arterial (Sma) Blood Flow by Enteral Nutrition and Glucagon-Like Peptide 2 (Glp-2) in Total Parenteral Nutrition (Tpn) Fed Neonatal Piglets - (Abstract Only)
Stephens, J., Stoll, B., Guan, X., Helmrath, M., Burrin, D.G. 2004. Relative stimulation of superior mesenteric arterial (SMA) blood flow by enteral nutrition and glucagon-like peptide 2 (GLP-2) in total parenteral nutrition (TPN) fed neonatal piglets. Gastroenterology. 126(4):A-142(Suppl. 2).
Expression of Brush Border L-Glutamate Transporters in Neonatal Porcine Epithelial Cells Along the Small Intestinal Crypt-Villus Axis. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Fan, M.Z., Matthews, J.C., Etienne, N., Stoll, B., Lackeyram, D., Burrin, D.G. 2004. Expression of brush border L-glutamate transporters in neonatal porcine epithelial cells along the small intestinal crypt-villus axis. American Journal of Physiology. 287:G385-G398.
Onset of Small Intestinal Atrophy Is Associated with Reduced Intestinal Blood Flow in Tpn-Fed Neonatal Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Niinikoski, H., Stoll, B., Guan, X., Kansagra, K., Lambert, B.D., Hartmann, B., Holst, J.J., Burrin, D.G. 2004. Onset of small intestinal atrophy is associated with reduced intestinal blood flow in TPN-fed neonatal piglets. Journal of Nutrition. 134(6):1467-1474.
Proteins and Amino Acids in Enteral Nutrition - (Review Article)
Burrin, D.G., Davis, T.A. 2004. Proteins and amino acids in enteral nutrition. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care. 7(1):79-87.
Splanchnic Bed Metabolism of Glucose in the Preterm Neonates - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Vander Schoor, S., Stoll, B., Wattimena, D.L., Buller, H.A., Tibboel, D., Burrin, D.G., Van Goudoever, J. 2004. Splanchnic bed metabolism of glucose in the preterm neonates. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 79:831-837.
Splanchnic Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism in Growing Animals - (Book / Chapter)
BURRIN, D.G., STOLL, B. SPLANCHNIC PROTEIN AND AMINO ACID METABOLISM IN GROWING ANIMALS. BOOK CHAPTER. Mersmann, H. J., Burrin, D.B., editors.Biology of Metabolism of Growing Animals. 2003.
Leucine-Nitrogen Metabolism in the Brain of Conscious Rats: Its Role As a Nitrogen Carrier in Glutamate Synthesis in Glial and Neuronal Metabolic Compartments - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sakai, R., Cohen, D.M., Henry, J.F., Burrin, D.G., Reeds, P.J. 2004. Leucine-nitrogen metabolism in the brain of conscious rats: its role as a nitrogen carrier in glutamate synthesis in glial and neuronal metabolic compartments. Journal of Neurochemistry. 88(3):612-622.
Somatotropin Regulation of Protein Metabolism in Pigs - (Review Article)
Davis, T.A., Bush, J.A., Vann, R.C., Suryawan, A., Kimball, S.R., Burrin, D.G. 2004. Somatotropin regulation of protein metabolism in pigs. Journal of Animal Science. 82(E. Suppl.):E207-E213.
Glucagon-Like Peptide 2: a Key Link Between Nutrition and Intestinal Adaptation in Neonates? - (Review Article)
Burrin, D.G., Guan, X., Stoll, B., Petersen, Y.M., Sangild, P.T. 2003. Glucagon-like peptide 2: a key link between nutrition and intestinal adaptation in neonates? Journal of Nutrition. 133(11):3712-3716.
Total Parenteral Nutrition Adversely Affects Gut Barrier Function in Neonatal Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kansagra, K., Stoll, B., Rognerud, C., Niinikoski, H., Ou, C., Harvey, R., Burrin, D.G. 2003. Total parenteral nutrition adversely affects gut barrier function in neonatal piglets. American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology. 285:G1162-G1170.
Intestinal Lysine Metabolism Is Driven by the Enteral Availability of Dietary Lysine in Piglets Fed a Bolus Meal - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bos, C., Stoll, B., Fouillet, H., Gaudichon, C., Guan, X., Grusak, M.A., Reeds, P.J., Tome, D., Burrin, D.G. 2003. Intestinal lysine metabolism is driven by the enteral availability of dietary lysine in piglets fed a bolus meal. American Journal of Physiology. 285:E1246-E1257.
Enhancing Intestinal Function to Improve Growth and Efficiency - (Proceedings)
BURRIN, D.G., STOLL, B. ENHANCING INTESTINAL FUNCTION TO IMPROVE GROWTH AND EFFICIENCY. 9th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology in Pigs, Banff, AB, Canada. 2003. v. I. p. 121-137.
Parenteral Nutrition Diminishes Gut Barrier Function Compared to Enterally Fed Neonatal Piglets: a Possible Role for Glucagon-Like Peptide-2 - (Proceedings)
KANSAGRA, K., STOLL, B., ROGNERUD, C., OU, C., BURRIN, D.G. PARENTERAL NUTRITION DIMINISHES GUT BARRIER FUNCTION COMPARED TO ENTERALLY FED NEONATAL PIGLETS: A POSSIBLE ROLE FOR GLUCAGON-LIKE PEPTIDE-2. NUTRITION CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 9th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology in Pigs, Banff, AB, Canada. 2003. v. II. p. 78-80.
Intestinal Lysine Metabolism Is Driven by the Enteral Availability of Dietary Lysine in Piglets Fed a Bolus Meal - (Proceedings)
STOLL, B., BOS, C., FOUILLET, H., GAUDICHON, C., GUAN, X., GRUSAK, M.A., REEDS, P.J., TOME, D., BURRIN, D.G. INTESTINAL LYSINE METABOLISM IS DRIVEN BY THE ENTERAL AVAILABILITY OF DIETARY LYSINE IN PIGLETS FED A BOLUS MEAL. NUTRITION CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 9th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology in Pigs, Banff, AB, Canada. 2003. v. II. p. 10-18.
Somatotropin Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Protein Deposition in Pigs - (Abstract Only)
Davis, T.A., Bush, J.A., Vann, R.C., Suryawan, A., Burrin, D.G. 2003. Somatotropin regulation of skeletal muscle protein deposition in pigs [Abstract]. Journal of Dairy Science. 81(Suppl 1.):65.
Glp-2-Mediated Up-Regulation of Intestinal Blood Flow and Glucose Uptake Is Nitric Oxide-Dependent in Tpn-Fed Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
GUAN, X., STOLL, B., LU, X., TAPPENDEN, K., HOLST, J.J., HARTMANN, B., BURRIN, D.G. 2003. GLP-2-MEDIATED UP-REGULATION OF INTESTINAL BLOOD FLOW AND GLUCOSE UPTAKE IS NITRIC OXIDE-DEPENDENT IN TPN-FED PIGLETS. GASTROENTEROLOGY. 125:136-147.
Clostridium Difficile Prevalence in the Neonatal Pig Gut Is Increased by Parenteral Feeding Versus Enteral Feeding - (Book / Chapter)
Harvey, R.B., Andrews, K., Droleskey, R.E., Kansagra, K.V., Stoll, B., Burrin, D.G., Genovese, K.J., Edrington, T.S., Anderson, R.C., Nisbet, D.J. 2003. Clostridium difficile prevalence in the neonatal pig gut is increased by parenteral feeding versus enteral feeding. Proceedings of 9th International Symposium on Digestive Physiology in Pigs. II:111-113.
Parenteral Nutrition Results in Impaired Lactose Digestion and Hexose Absorption When Enteral Feeding Is Initiated in Infant Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
BURRIN, D.G., STOLL, B., CHANG, X., VAN GOUDOEVER, J.B., FUJII, H., HUTSON, S., REEDS, P.J. PARENTERAL NUTRITION RESULTS IN IMPAIRED LACTOSE DIGESTION AND HEXOSE ABSORPTION WHEN ENTERAL FEEDING IS INITIATED IN INFANT PIGS. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION. 2003. v. 78. p. 461-470.
Clostridium Difficile Prevalence in the Neonatal Pig Gut Is Reduced by Enteral Feeding Versus Parenteral Feeding - (Abstract Only) - (15-Jan-03)
Intestinal Nutrient Requirements in Weanling Pigs - (Book / Chapter)
BURRIN, D.G. INTESTINAL NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS IN WEANLING PIGS. BOOK CHAPTER. Pluske, J.R., LeDividich, J., Verstegen, M.W.A., editors. Wageningen Academic Publishers, The Netherlands. Weaning The Pig: Concepts and Consequences. 2003. p. 301-335
Cerebral Leucine Nitrogen Metabolism in Conscious Rats - (Abstract Only)
SAKAI, R., HENRY, J., ROSENBERGER, J., BURRIN, D.G., COHEN, D.M., REEDS, P. CEREBRAL LEUCINE NITROGEN METABOLISM IN CONSCIOUS RATS. JOURNAL OF FEDERATION OF AMERICAN SOCIETIES FOR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY. 2001. v.15 (Part I). p. A396.
Biographical Article: Peter J. Reeds, February 22, 1945 - August 13, 2002 - (Review Article)
Davis, T.A., Burrin, D.G., Fiorotto, M.L. 2003. Biographical Article: Peter J. Reeds (February 22, 1945-August 13, 2002). Journal of Nutrition. 133(1):5-8.
Somatropin-Induced Protein Anabolism in Hindquarters and Portal-Drained Viscera of Growing Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bush,J.A., Burrin,D.G., Suryawan,A., O'Connor,P.M., Nguyen,H.V., Reeds,P.J., Steele,N.C., Van Goudoever,J.B., Davis,T.A. 2003. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 284(2):E302-E312.
Gastrointestinal Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism in Growing Animals. - (Book / Chapter)
BURRIN, D.G. GASTROINTESTINAL PROTEIN AND AMINO ACID METABOLISM IN GROWING ANIMALS. Zabielski, R., Gregory, P.C., Westrom, B., editors. Elsevier Science, B.V., The Netherlands. Biology of the Intestine in Growing Animals. 2002. p. 695-725.
Net Portal Absorption of Enterally Fed Alpha-Ketoglutarate Is Limited in Young Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Lambert,B., Stoll,B., Niinikoski,H., Pierzynowski,S., Burrin,D.G. 2002. Net portal absorption of enterally fed alpha-ketoglutarate is limited in young pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 132(11):3383-3386.
The High Metabolic Costs of a Functional Gut - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
VAN DER SCHOOR, S.D., REEDS, P.J., STOLL, B., HENRY, J.F., ROSENBERGER, J.R., BURRIN, D.G., VAN GOUDOEVER, J.B. THE HIGH METABOLIC COSTS OF A FUNCTIONAL GUT. GASTROENTEROLOGY. Gastroenterology. 2002.v. 123. p. 1931-1940.
Preterm Birth Affects the Intestinal Response to Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition in Newborn Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sangild, P.T., Petersen, Y.M., Schmidt, M., Elnif, J., Petersen, T.K., Buddington, R.K., Greisen, G., Michaelsen, K.F., Burrin, D.G. 2002. Preterm birth affects the intestinal response to parenteral and enteral nutrition in newborn pigs. Journal of Nutrition. 132(9):2673-2681.
Acute Igf-1 Infusion Stimulates Protein Synthesis in Skeletal Muscle and Other Tissues of Neonatal Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis,T.A., Fiorotto,M.L., Burrin,D.G., Vann,R.C., Reed,P.J., Nguyen,H.V., Beckett,P.R., Bush,J.A. 2002. Acute IGF-I infusion stimulates protein synthesis in skeletal muscle and other tissues of neonatal pigs. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 283(4):E638-E647.
Minimal Enteral Feeding Induces Maturation of Intestinal Motor Function But Not Mucosal Growth in Neonatal Dogs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
OWENS, L., BURRIN, D.G., BERSETH, C.L. MINIMAL ENTERAL FEEDING INDUCES MATURATION OF INTESTINAL MOTOR FUNCTION BUT NOT MUCOSAL GROWTH IN NEONATAL DOGS. JOURNAL OF NUTRITION. 2002. v. 132. p. 2717-2722.
Stimulation of Protein Synthesis by Both Insulin and Amino Acids Is Unique to Skeletal Muscle in Neonatal Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis,T.A., Fiorotto,M.L., Beckett,P.R., Burrin,D.G., Reeds,P.J., Vann,R., Nguyen,H.V., O'Connor,P.M.J. 2002. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 282(4):E880-E890.
Development of Intestinal Immunoglobulin Absorption and Enzyme Activities in Neonatal Pigs Is Diet Dependent - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Jensen, A.R., Elnif, J., Burrin, D.G., Sangild, P.T. 2001. Development of intestinal immunoglobulin absorption and enzyme activities in neonatal pigs is diet dependent. Journal of Nutrition. 131(12):3259-3265.
Glp-2 Has Differential Effects on Small Intestine Growth and Function in Fetal and Neonatal Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Petersen,Y.M., Burrin,D.G., Sangild,P.T. 2001. GLP-2 has differential effects on small intestine growth and function in fetal and neonatal pigs. American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 281:(6):R1986-R1993.
The Pattern of Intestinal Substrate Oxidation Is Altered by Protein Restriction in Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Van Der Schoor,S.R., Van Goudoever,J.B., Henry,J.F., Rosenberger,J.R., Burrin,D.G., Reeds,P.J. 2001. The pattern of intestinal substrate oxidation is altered by protein restriction in pigs. Gastroenterology. 121(5):1167-1175.
Oral Igf-I Alters the Posttranslational Processing But Not the Activity of Lactase-Phlorizin Hydrolase in Formula-Fed Neonatal Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
BURRIN, D.G., STOLL, B., FAN, M.Z., DUDLEY, M.A., DONOVAN, S.M., REEDS, P.J. BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR ACTION OF NUTRIENTS ORAL IGF-I ALTERS THE POSTTRANSLATIONAL PROCESSING BUT NOT THE ACTIVITY OF LACTASE-PHLORIZIN HYDROLASE IN FORMULA-FED NEONATAL PIGS. JOURNAL OF NUTRITION. 2001. v. 131. p. 2235-2241
Intestinal Protein and Lph Synthesis in Parenterally Fed Piglets Receiving Partial Enteral Nutrition and Enteral Insulinlike Growth Factor 1 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Park,K.Y., Dudley,M.A., Burrin,D.G., Donovan,S.N. 2001. Intestinal protein and LPH synthesis in parenterally fed piglets receiving partial enteral nutrition and enteral insulinlike growth factor 1. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 33(2):189-195.
Tissue-Specific Response of Protein Metabolism to Somatotropin Treatment in Growing Pigs - (Abstract Only)
Bush, J.A., Nguyen, H.V., Suryawan, A., O'Connor, P.M., Burrin, D.G., Reeds, P.J., Liu, C.W. Davis, T.A. 2001. Tissue-specific response of protein metabolism to somatotropin treatment in growing pigs [abstract]. Journal of Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Part II, 15(5):A730.
Differential Effects of Insulin on Peripheral and Visceral Tissue Protein Synthesis in Neonatal Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Davis, T.A., Fiorotto, M.L., Beckett, P.R., Burrin, D.G., Reeds, R.J., Wray-Cahen, D., Nguyen, H.V. 2001. Differential effects of insulin on peripheral and visceral tissue protein synthesis in neonatal pigs. American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism. 280(5):E770-E779.
Small Intestinal Growth and Lactase Synthesis in Neonatal Pigs Fed Formula Supplemented with Igf-I - (Abstract Only) - (01-Mar-98)
Isolation of Enterocytes Along the Crypt-Villus Axis of the Small Intestinein the Neonatal Pig - (Abstract Only) - (01-Mar-98)
Catabolism Dominates the First-Pass Intestinal Metabolism of Dietary Essential Amino Acids in Milk Protein-Fed Piglets - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-Nov-97)
Is Milk-Borne Igf-I Essential for Neonatal Development? - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Nov-97)
Colostrum Enhances the Nutritional Stimulation of Vital Organ Protein Synthesis in Neonatal Pigs. - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (04-Mar-97)
Alternative Fuels in the Gastrointestinal Tract - (Review Article) - (01-Mar-97)
Role of Milk-Borne Versus Endogenous Insulin-Like Growth Factors in Neonatal Growth - (Review Article) - (30-Sep-96)
Orally Administered Lactoferrin Increases Hepatic Protein Synthesis in Formula Fed Newborn Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (09-Feb-96)
Chronic Protein Deficiency Differentially Affects the Kinetics of Plasma Proteins in Young Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (16-Jan-96)
Orally Administered Igf-I Increases Intestinal Mucosal Growth in Formula-Fed Neonatal Pigs - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (10-Nov-95)
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