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1 Author index 1998
17 S1 p. 70-73
4 p.
artikel
2 O.69 Absence of Cori cycling after endotoxin challenge in pigs Bruins, M.J.
1998
17 S1 p. 20-
1 p.
artikel
3 O.75 Absorption of calcium and magnesium in shortbowel patients treated with medium-chain fatty acids Haderslev, K.
1998
17 S1 p. 22-
1 p.
artikel
4 O.71 Absorption of [1-13C]-palmitate in healthy adults Slater, C.
1998
17 S1 p. 21-
1 p.
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5 O.47 Acute regulation of intestinal protein turnover byluminal and intravenous nutrients Jimoh, O.A.
1998
17 S1 p. 14-
1 p.
artikel
6 O.43 A fish oil-enriched nutritional supplementreverses weight-loss in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer Barber, M.D.
1998
17 S1 p. 13-
1 p.
artikel
7 O.48 Albumin and fibrinogen synthesis are both stimulatedduring sepsis in rats Ruot, B.
1998
17 S1 p. 14-
1 p.
artikel
8 O.20 Biliary sludge in surgical patients with prolongedICU stay: the role of the route of allimentation Šustić, Alan
1998
17 S1 p. 6-
1 p.
artikel
9 O.45 Body composition, subtrate intake and oxidation in long-term survivors after liver or kidney transplantation Roske, A.-E.
1998
17 S1 p. 13-
1 p.
artikel
10 O.79 Bone mineral density and bone markers inpatients with malabsorption Haderslev, K.
1998
17 S1 p. 23-
1 p.
artikel
11 O.30 Catch up growth of HIV infected children underthree antiretroviral drugs (TT) Varille, V.
1998
17 S1 p. 9-
1 p.
artikel
12 O.04 Cell swelling increases the expression of the α2-macroglobulingene in rat hepatocytes Meisse, D.
1998
17 S1 p. 1-2
2 p.
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13 O.78 Changes in body composition in advanced lungcancer measured by skinfold anthropometry compared with deuterium oxide dilution Agteresch, H.J.
1998
17 S1 p. 23-
1 p.
artikel
14 O.21 Cytokine levels in critically-ill septic patients fed with an enteral diet supplemented with fish oil and vitamin E Garmendia, J.L. Garcia
1998
17 S1 p. 6-
1 p.
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15 O.33 De novo synthesis represents a greater portion of muscle glutamine turnover than previously assumed Kuhn, K.S.
1998
17 S1 p. 10-
1 p.
artikel
16 O.81 Dietary intake and plasma concentrations of beta-carotene in chronic hemodialysis (HD) patients Roob, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 24-
1 p.
artikel
17 O.68 Does intravenous glucose affect glutamine metabolism in humans? Hankard, R.
1998
17 S1 p. 20-
1 p.
artikel
18 O.70 Effect of acute hypoxia on neoglucogenesis: substratesrole Filippi, C.
1998
17 S1 p. 20-21
2 p.
artikel
19 O.41 Effect of olive oil upon colon carcinogenesis inrats: modulation of the local synthesis of eicosanoids Bartolí, R.
1998
17 S1 p. 12-
1 p.
artikel
20 O.52 Effect of sepsis on glutathione synthesis in liverof rats Malmezat, T.
1998
17 S1 p. 15-
1 p.
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21 O.49 Effect of surgery on albumin synthesis rate inhumans van Acker, B.A.C.
1998
17 S1 p. 14-15
2 p.
artikel
22 O.86 Effect of vitamin E on low density lipoprotein oxidation: RRR-a-tocopherol vs Trolox, a water-soluble analog Bergmann, A.R.
1998
17 S1 p. 25-26
2 p.
artikel
23 O.87 Effect of vitamin E supplementation on lipid peroxidation induced by intravenous iron in patients on chronic hemodialysis Roob, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 26-
1 p.
artikel
24 O.83 Effects of diet composition on triacylglycerolmetabolism in humans Sidossis, L.S.
1998
17 S1 p. 25-
1 p.
artikel
25 O.64 Effects of disease severity, ascites and transjugular intrahepatic porto-systemic stent-shunt (TIPS) on food intake in patients with liver cirrhosis Schütz, T.
1998
17 S1 p. 19-
1 p.
artikel
26 O.66 Effects of exercise and insulin on GLUT4 translocationin human skeletal muscle Thorell, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 19-20
2 p.
artikel
27 O.34 Effects of meals on leucine metabolism: investigation on mechanism involved in improving leucine balance during feeding Raguso, C.A.
1998
17 S1 p. 10-
1 p.
artikel
28 O.77 Estimation of body cell mass in liver cirrhosis:comparison of multifrequency bioelectric impedance analysis and total body potassium counting Pirlich, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 23-
1 p.
artikel
29 O.88 Fish oil (FO) incorporation in mixed lipid emulsionsaffects the ratio between plasma apolipoprotein (APO) C and E concentrations Lontie, J.F.
1998
17 S1 p. 26-
1 p.
artikel
30 O.39 Glucocorticoids but not sex steroids stimulateglutamine synthetase in skeletal muscle from aged and adult rats Verdier, L.
1998
17 S1 p. 11-12
2 p.
artikel
31 O.17 Glutamine-enriched jejunal feeding spares endogenous glutamine in patients after oesophagectomy Déchelotte, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 5-
1 p.
artikel
32 O.18 Glutamine reverses the protein catabolic effect ofphenyl-butyrate in humans Darmaun, D.
1998
17 S1 p. 6-
1 p.
artikel
33 O.54 Growth hormone and IGF-I counteract catabolismduring steroid treatment; partly by inhibiting steroid induced increase of in vivo ureagenesis and urea enzyme gene expression Grøfte, T.
1998
17 S1 p. 16-
1 p.
artikel
34 O.53 Growth hormone decreases glutamine production while stimulating muscle protein synthesis in severely traumatized patients Biolo, G.
1998
17 S1 p. 16-
1 p.
artikel
35 O.25 Growth retardation in patients with phenylketonuria Michaud, L.
1998
17 S1 p. 8-
1 p.
artikel
36 O.12 Home Enteral Nutrition (HEN): patients' experienceand quality of life Schneider, S.
1998
17 S1 p. 4-
1 p.
artikel
37 O.16 Home parenteral nutrition (HPN) in adults: a multicentresurvey in Europe in 1997 van Gossum, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 5-
1 p.
artikel
38 O.76 Hyperintense antehypophysal signal on T1-weighted MR imaging in home parenteral nutrition patients Reimund, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 22-
1 p.
artikel
39 O.02 Immunological evidence for anti-inflammatoryproperties of bowel exclusion Schmit, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
40 O.09Impact of bolus feeding via nasogastric tube onappetite and food intake in humans Stratton, R.J.
1998
17 S1 p. 3-
1 p.
artikel
41 O.03 Increased lactulose/rhamnose ratio during fluid administration is caused by increased renal lactulose excretion Hallemeesch, M.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
42 O.67 Influence of laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy vs vaginal hysterectomy on perioperative glucose metabolism Schreiber, M.N.
1998
17 S1 p. 20-
1 p.
artikel
43 O.44 Inhibition of lipolysis by eicosapentaenoic acid in weight-losing cancer patients and healthy volunteers Zuijdgeest-van Leeuwen, S.D.
1998
17 S1 p. 13-
1 p.
artikel
44 O.63 Intestinal permeability in acute liver failure: relationshipwith severity of illness, splanchnic ischaemia and endotoxaemia Gabe, S.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 18-19
2 p.
artikel
45 O.19Intestinal permeability in critical illness: relationshipwith severity of illness, splanchnic ischaemia and endotoxaemia Gabe, S.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 6-
1 p.
artikel
46 O.08In vivo effects of olive oil-based lipid emulsion on lymphocyte activation in rats Moussa, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 3-
1 p.
artikel
47 O.65 Kinetics of insulin action in obesity: relationship with abdominal fat deposition Biolo, G.
1998
17 S1 p. 19-
1 p.
artikel
48 O.80 Lack of adaptation to severe malnutrition in theelderly Hébuterne, X.
1998
17 S1 p. 23-24
2 p.
artikel
49 O.72 L-Arginine worsens the colonic damage and increases the collagen content in experimental colitis by a mechanism independent from nitric oxide Mañé, J.
1998
17 S1 p. 21-
1 p.
artikel
50 O.57 Leptin does not mediate insulin resistance andhypermetabolism in human sepsis Carlson, G.L.
1998
17 S1 p. 17-
1 p.
artikel
51 O.51 Liver export protein synthetic rates are increasedby oral meal feeding in weight-losing cancer patients Barber, M.D.
1998
17 S1 p. 15-
1 p.
artikel
52 O.27 Long-term surgical jejunostomy feeding in young children with gastroesophageal reflux and asthma Biörnestam, B.
1998
17 S1 p. 8-
1 p.
artikel
53 O.24 Malnutrition (PEM): an independent factor to predictlength of stay (LoS) among HIV+ in-patients Mijhn, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 7-
1 p.
artikel
54 O.73 Mid-term home total parenteral nutrition in the management of steroid-dependent and steroid resistant Crohn's disease Simler, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 21-22
2 p.
artikel
55 O.35 Muscle protein anabolism is impaired during meal absorption in the elderly Volpi, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 10-
1 p.
artikel
56 O.05 Neutrophil functions in stressed rats: beneficial effects of Glutamine (GLN), Arginine (ARG) and Ornithine-αketoglutarate (OKG) compared Caldefie, F.
1998
17 S1 p. 2-
1 p.
artikel
57 O.26 Nutritional status and gastrointestinal disorders in children with cerebral palsy Campanozzi, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 8-
1 p.
artikel
58 O.82 Nutritional status of hemodialysis patients: aFrench national cooperative study Cano, N.
1998
17 S1 p. 24-
1 p.
artikel
59 O.29 Oxidative stress in healthy breast-fed vs formulafedinfants Granot, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 9-
1 p.
artikel
60 O.85 Parenteral feeding of preterm infants with fatemulsions based on soybean and olive oils: effects on plasma phospholipid fatty acids Koletzko, B.
1998
17 S1 p. 25-
1 p.
artikel
61 O.31 Parents prepare home parenteral nutrition solutions for children in Poland Ksiazyk, J.
1998
17 S1 p. 9-
1 p.
artikel
62 O.42 Pathogenesis of malnutrition in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) Schütz, T.
1998
17 S1 p. 12-13
2 p.
artikel
63 O.36 Pentoxifylline prevents the muscle wasting of tumour-be-ring rats by suppressing the activation of 20S and 26S proteasomes Combaret, Lydie
1998
17 S1 p. 11-
1 p.
artikel
64 O.59 Persistent inflammatory and immune activation articipates in the occurrence of cholestasis in patients receiving long-term parenteral nutrition Reimund, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 17-
1 p.
artikel
65 O.15 Post-absorptive plasma citrulline concentration is a biochemical marker for diagnosis and severity assessment of post surgical chronic intestinal failure in humans Crenn, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 5-
1 p.
artikel
66 O.74 Post absorptive plasma citrulline concentration is a biochemical marker of absorptive enterocyte mass in villous atrophy Crenn, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 22-
1 p.
artikel
67 O.22 Postoperative nitrogen excretion after aminoacid-induced thermogenesis under anaesthesia Selldén, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 7-
1 p.
artikel
68 O.10 Preoperative carbohydrates instead of overnight fasting reduces hospital stay following elective surgery Ljungqvist, O.
1998
17 S1 p. 3-
1 p.
artikel
69 O.11 Preoperative oral carbohydrate intake attenuatesmetabolic changes immediately after hip replacement Soop, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 3-4
2 p.
artikel
70 O.14 Prospective comparative study on applicationcosts of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) Schwarz, G.
1998
17 S1 p. 4-5
2 p.
artikel
71 O.37 Proteolytic pathways in human skeletal muscle:evidence for a direct transcriptional regulation of enzyme activity Bosutti, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 11-
1 p.
artikel
72 O.32 Protracted diarrhoea of infancy: place of parenterainutrition Goulet, O.
1998
17 S1 p. 9-10
2 p.
artikel
73 O.56 Provision of IGF/IGFBP 3 complex attenuated development of cancer cachexia in an experimental tumour model Svanberg, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 17-
1 p.
artikel
74 O.55 Recombinant human growth hormone therapy forcachexia in HIV-infected children Dabbas, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 16-
1 p.
artikel
75 O.38 Reduced muscle amino acid related oxidative metabolism in COPD Engelen, M.P.K.J.
1998
17 S1 p. 11-
1 p.
artikel
76 O.01 Regulation of intestinal trefoil factor mRNA by nutritional status and keratinocyte growth factor Estívariz, C.F.
1998
17 S1 p. 1-
1 p.
artikel
77 O.13 Sea-blue histiocyte syndrome is associated with total parenteral nutrition and long chain triglyceride emulsions Vahedi, K.
1998
17 S1 p. 4-
1 p.
artikel
78 O.84 Sequential changes in the lipid composition oflipoproteins during and after lipid infusions Dupont, I.
1998
17 S1 p. 25-
1 p.
artikel
79 O.58 Serum leptin levels in cancer patients with different degrees of weight loss Arends, J.
1998
17 S1 p. 17-
1 p.
artikel
80 O.60 Severe liver complications associated with long-termparenteral nutrition are dependent on lipid parenteral input Cavicchi, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 18-
1 p.
artikel
81 O.06 Stress hormone infusion decreases protein synthesis of circulating human T lymphocytes Januszkiewicz, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 2-
1 p.
artikel
82 O.23 Substrate fuel kinetics in enterally fed trauma patients supplemented with ornithine alphaketoglutarate (OKG) Jeevanandam, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 7-
1 p.
artikel
83 O.28 The effect of soy-based formula feeding onplasma lipid concentrations in newborn Tomsits, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 8-9
2 p.
artikel
84 O.62 The impact of cirrhosis on nutritional intake and macronutrient preference Richardson, R.A.
1998
17 S1 p. 18-
1 p.
artikel
85 O.07 The ratio of N-6 to N-3 fatty acids in parenteral nutrition influences the bactericidal defence of the splanchnic region in an endotoxin rat model Pscheidl, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 2-
1 p.
artikel
86 O.50 The synthesis rate of total liver protein, but not of albumin, decreases during a surgical trauma Barle, H.
1998
17 S1 p. 15-
1 p.
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87 O.61 Treatment of severe alcoholic hepatitis withsteroids or total enteral nutrition: interim results of a prospective, randomized, multicentric trial Cabré, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 18-
1 p.
artikel
88 O.46 utritional outcomes and quality of life following clinical intestinal transplantation Rovera, G.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 14-
1 p.
artikel
89 O.40 Whole protein based enteral formula stimulatesintestinal ornithine decarboxylase activity more than single amino acids but does not affect mucosal ATP-levels in early postsurgical refeeding Wirén, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 12-
1 p.
artikel
90 P.06 Acidosis and nutritional status in hemodialyzed patients Chauveau, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 30-
1 p.
artikel
91 P.47 A descriptive audit of home parenteral nutritionpatients Malliti, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 42-
1 p.
artikel
92 P.44 A fish oil-enriched nutritional supplement modulateschanges in the acute phase protein response in weight-losing pancreatic cancer patients Barber, M.D.
1998
17 S1 p. 41-
1 p.
artikel
93 P.141 Albumin fibrinogen fractional synthesis rate isnormally stimulated by a meal in healthy elderly subjects Boirie, Y.
1998
17 S1 p. 68-
1 p.
artikel
94 P.127 Allopurinol, a xanthine oxidase inhibitor, attenuateshepatic necrosis and inflammation caused by chronic intragastric ethanol exposure in rats Kono, H.
1998
17 S1 p. 64-
1 p.
artikel
95 P.77 Alterations in the density and hydration fraction offat free mass in patients with cirrhosis without overt fluid retention Jennings, G.
1998
17 S1 p. 50-
1 p.
artikel
96 P.65 Aluminium loading in children on long term-parenteral nutrition: what is new in 1998? Advenier, E
1998
17 S1 p. 47-
1 p.
artikel
97 P.88 Antioxidant agents and lipoperoxidation productsafter major burns Dalmas, E.
1998
17 S1 p. 53-
1 p.
artikel
98 P.123A prospective randomised double-blind phase III clinical study on perioperative immunonutrition Gianotti, L.
1998
17 S1 p. 63-
1 p.
artikel
99 P.90 Ascorbic acid and dehydro-ascorbic acid in long-termhome parenteral nutrition patients Massarenti, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 53-54
2 p.
artikel
100 P.08 Atrofic glossitis, a predictor for malnutrition in theelderly Bohmer, T.
1998
17 S1 p. 31-
1 p.
artikel
101 P.68 Audit of current nursing nutrition practice Conlon, M.R.
1998
17 S1 p. 48-
1 p.
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102 P.144 Beneficial effects of postoperative short term dietary restriction by enteral route on outcome and medical costs of major abdominal surgery Ikeda, K.
1998
17 S1 p. 68-69
2 p.
artikel
103 P.58 Bioelectrical impedance analysis in enterally fed low-brith-weight infants: influence of position Poulet-Young, V.
1998
17 S1 p. 45-
1 p.
artikel
104 P.23 Bis-tyrosyl-cystine — a potential source of tyrosineand cystine in parenteral nutrition Drolshaqen, B.
1998
17 S1 p. 35-
1 p.
artikel
105 P.80 Body composition measured in patients with mal-absorption Haderslev, K.
1998
17 S1 p. 51-
1 p.
artikel
106 P.75 Body density measurement by air displacementplethismography. A comparison with bioelectrical impedance and skinfold measurements Francini, F.
1998
17 S1 p. 49-50
2 p.
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107 P.122 Can glutamine alter the protein catabolicresponse to prednisone in humans? Darmaun, D.
1998
17 S1 p. 62-63
2 p.
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108 P.104 Captopril reduces TNFα induced IL-1β synthesis in human peripheral blood monocytes, in vitro Andersson, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 57-
1 p.
artikel
109 P.98 Central nervous system regulates mucosal proteinturnover via cytokine Yoshida, S.
1998
17 S1 p. 56-
1 p.
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110 P.91 Changes in circulating concentrations of folicacid and vitamin B12 after cessation of cyclic nocturnal enteral tube feeding Baldwin, C.
1998
17 S1 p. 54-
1 p.
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111 P.93 Chronic radiation enteritis: does selenium need tobe monitored? Reimund, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 54-
1 p.
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112 P.10 Clinical nutrition in Danish hospitals. A questionnaire-based investigation among doctors and nurses Rasmussen, H.H.
1998
17 S1 p. 31-
1 p.
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113 P.45 Concentration of amino acids in patients with colorectalcarcinoma Vecer, J.
1998
17 S1 p. 41-
1 p.
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114 P.43 Cytokine regulation of tumor growth and development of cancer cachexia in a tumor model with systemic inflammation Cahlin, C.
1998
17 S1 p. 41-
1 p.
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115 P.79 Determination of body water distribution in ascitic subjects Bluck, L.J.C.
1998
17 S1 p. 50-51
2 p.
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116 P.64 Determination of Na+, K+ and calcium in paediatricbinary parenteral nutrient solutions (PBPNS) using ion-selective electrodes (ISE) Grandcourt, O.
1998
17 S1 p. 47-
1 p.
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117 P.15Dietary glutamine enhances cytokine production by macrophages Yaqoob, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 33-
1 p.
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118 P.17 Dietary glutamine enhances Th1 lymphocyte responses Yaqoob, P.
1998
17 S1 p. 33-
1 p.
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119 P.20 Dietary glycine prevents early activation of NF-κBin rat liver caused by the peroxisome proliferator WY-14,643: role of Kupffer cells Roussyn, I.
1998
17 S1 p. 34-
1 p.
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120 P.106 Dietary lipids influence the cytokine response ofmice to endotoxin Sadeqhi, S.
1998
17 S1 p. 58-
1 p.
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121 P.136 Differential effect of dietary supplementation with cysteine or cystine or methionine on liver glutathione concentration in septic rats Breuillé, D.
1998
17 S1 p. 66-
1 p.
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122 P.37 Discrimination of intestinal insufficiency and failurein short term balance studies Jeppesen, P.B.
1998
17 S1 p. 39-
1 p.
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123 P.12 Does phenylbutyrate alter plasma glutamine andglutamine synthetase in rat skeletal muscle? Meynial-Denis, D.
1998
17 S1 p. 32-
1 p.
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124 P.105 Dose effect response to infusion of linoleic acidon eicosanoids production in healthy volunteers Dutot, G.
1998
17 S1 p. 58-
1 p.
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125 P.109 Early enrichment of WBC and platelet membranes with ω3 fatty acids (FA) during lipid infusion results from direct FA processing in these cells Siderova, V.S.
1998
17 S1 p. 59-
1 p.
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126 P.142 Early postoperative enteral feeding supplemented with alpha-ketoglutarate after major abdominal surgery Wirén, M.
1998
17 S1 p. 68-
1 p.
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127 P.32 Early response of ornithine decarboxylase activityand energy metabolism to postsurgery refeeding in rat small intestine Yang, H.
1998
17 S1 p. 38-
1 p.
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128 P.01 Effect of age on substrate oxidation during parenteral nutrition Al Jouani, R.
1998
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129 P.120 Effect of alanyl glutamine-enriched parenteral nutrition on liver detoxication in the rat Ortiz de Urbina, J.J.
1998
17 S1 p. 62-
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130 P.87 Effect of an alpha-tocopherol supplementedMCT/LCT emulsion on the in vitro oxidizability of LDL+VLDL versus a conventional LCT emulsion in patients receiving TPN. A randomized double blind study De Leeuw, I.
1998
17 S1 p. 53-
1 p.
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131 P.117Effect of an enteral glutamine supplementationon intestinal mucosal protein synthesis of hypercatabolic subjects Bouteloup-Demange, C.
1998
17 S1 p. 61-
1 p.
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132 P.129 Effect of dietary oil on regenerative activity after partial hepatectomy in rats Kasahara, H.
1998
17 S1 p. 64-
1 p.
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133 P.05 Effect of nutritional supplementation on clinical outcome in post-operative orthopaedic patients Doshi, M.K.
1998
17 S1 p. 30-
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134 P.67 Effect of pH value of amino acid solution onphlebitic potential of peripheral parenteral admixture: an experimental study in rabbits Kuwahara, T.
1998
17 S1 p. 47-48
2 p.
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135 P.124 Effects of a high fat, high fructose diet on glucose metabolism and glycogen synthase (GS) activity in adult and weaned rats Madar, Z.
1998
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136 P.54 Effects of different steroid dosages on bone mineraldensity and body composition in renal transplant patients van den Ham, E.C.H.
1998
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137 P.107 Effects of omega-3 fatty acids on natural killer cell activity and lymphocyte subpopulations in patients receiving total parenteral nutrition S., Lienhard
1998
17 S1 p. 58-
1 p.
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138 P.30 Effects of oral Saccharomyces boulardii (SB) on bacterial overgrowth, translocation and intestinal adaptation after small bowel resection in growing rats Zaouche, A.
1998
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139 P.21 Effects of taurine on polymorphonuclear phagocytosisactivity Farriol, M.
1998
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2 p.
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140 P.96 Effects of total parenteral nutrition on serum leptin levels in patients with gastroenterological diseases Rifai, K.
1998
17 S1 p. 55-
1 p.
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141 P.33 Efficacy of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) in patients with Crohn's disease non responding to azathioprine therapy Lalaude, O.
1998
17 S1 p. 38-
1 p.
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142 P.09 Energy enriched meals improve energy intake inelderly residents in a nursing home Ödlund Olin, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 31-
1 p.
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143 P.128 Enhancement of liver cell proliferation by valine Doi, H.
1998
17 S1 p. 64-
1 p.
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144 P.84 Essential fatty acid deficiency in patients receiving home parenteral nutrition Jeppesen, R.B.
1998
17 S1 p. 52-
1 p.
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145 P.69 Evaluation of TPN utilization for short-term nutritionalsupport Alivizatos, V.
1998
17 S1 p. 48-
1 p.
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146 P.86 Fatty acid composition of plasma lipoproteins inpatients receiving long term home parenteral nutrition Chambrier, C.
1998
17 S1 p. 52-53
2 p.
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147 P.114 Fatty acid status in home parenteral nutrition patients Reimund, J.M.
1998
17 S1 p. 60-
1 p.
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148 P.55 Fecal fat and nitrogen excretion in infants fed a formula with 40% of palmitic acid in the beta position of triglyceride Tormo, R.
1998
17 S1 p. 44-
1 p.
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149 P.29 Gatroesophageal reflux (GER) during gastrostomy feeding: a scintigraphic prospective study testing two different infusion rates Palmo, A.
1998
17 S1 p. 37-
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150 P.18 Glutamine protects U937 cells against heatinduced apoptosis in association with high expression of hsp70 Weingartmann, G.
1998
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1 p.
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151 P.14 Glutamine transport across skeletal muscle cellsis impaired during aging Mittendorfer, B.
1998
17 S1 p. 32-33
2 p.
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152 P.140 Growth hormone does not affect albumin synthesis in the critically ill Barle, H.
1998
17 S1 p. 67-
1 p.
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153 P.100 Growth hormone plus hyperproteic diets preventsradiation-induced injury to the intestine of rats Vázquez, I.
1998
17 S1 p. 56-
1 p.
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154 P.71 Home enteral tube feeding in the UK: growth and patient care Committee of the British Artificial Nutrition Survey (BANS) (BAPEN),
1998
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155 P.49 Home parenteral nutrition (HPN) in children: amulticentre survey in Europe in 1997 Van Gossum, A.
1998
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156 P.139 Hyperaminoacidemia modulates circulating tumour necrosis factor-a in normal and critically ill humans Biolo, G.
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157 P.46 Impact of glucose-based total parenteral nutritionon liver metastases evaluated with positron emission tomography Gavazzi, C.
1998
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158 P.04 Implementation of a simple pediatric nutritionalrisk score Sermet-Gaudelus, I.
1998
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159 P.95 Increased blood manganese (Mn) in long-term total parenteral nutrition (TPN) patients: relationship to parenteral Mn intake Beau, P.
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160 P.42 Increased brain tryptophan (TRP) concentrations may contribute to interleukin-1 (IL-1) induced anorexia Fava, A.
1998
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161 P.137Increased cysteine requirements and productionof cysteine from methionine during the acute phase of sepsis in rats Malmezat, T.
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162 P.116 Increased de novo arginine production afterendotoxin challenge in rat kidney Hallemeesch, M.M.
1998
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163 P.135 Increase in intestinal permeability after endotoxinchallenge is due to fluid load Bruins, M.J.
1998
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164 P.72 Indications for home enteral tube feeding in theUK British Artificial Nutrition Survey (BANS) (BAPEN),
1998
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165 P.13 Induction of glutamine synthetase in skeletal muscle by fasting is maintained during aging Mezzarobba, V.
1998
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166 P.97 Influence of surgical stress and parenteral nutrition on serum leptin concentration Hernández, C.
1998
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167 P.110 Influence of triglyceride (TG) fatty acid patternand α-tocopherol (a-toc) content of the sensitivity of i.v. lipid emulsions to peroxidative damage Dupont, I.
1998
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168 P.103 Inhibition of cNOS, but not iNOS, causes renal insufficiency in endotoxemic rats Hallemeesch, M.M.
1998
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169 P.41 Inhibition of protein synthesis and of ubiquitinproteasomeproteolysis in murine skeletal muscle following chemotherapy Tilignac, T.
1998
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170 P.27 Insulin action on muscle protein kinetics and amino acid transport during recovery after resistance exercise Biolo, G.
1998
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171 P.102 Interferon gamma and interleukin 6 responses toperitoneal inflammation following parenteral and enteral nutrition Kobayashi, S.
1998
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172 P.59 Intestinal absorption in children with short bowelsyndrome Dabbas, M.
1998
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173 P.99 In vitro effects of growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) on peripheral blood leukocyte functions in perioperative patients Inoue, T.
1998
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174 P.119 Is NO synthase pathway involved in ornithine α-ketoglutarate beneficial effects on muscle wasting? Pernet, P.
1998
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175 P.108 LDL binding to lipid emulsions is markedly influencedby the triglyceride fatty acid pattern of exogenous particles Chanson, N.F.
1998
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176 P.52 Leptin levels increase sequentially in patients receiving orthotopic liver transplantation Davidson, H.I.M.
1998
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177 P.51 Liposomal ATP delivery reduces cold preservationinjury to the rat liver Neveux, N.
1998
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178 P.126 Liver increases glucose production, whereaskidney decreases glucose production after endotoxin challenge Hallerneesch, M.M.
1998
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179 P.118 Long glutamine metabolism in septic rats withglutamine supplementation Nakamura, T.
1998
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180 P.38 Low-dose enteral combined with parenteral nutrition versus parenteral nutrition: effect on intestinal permeability after total gastrectomy in patients with gastric cancer Nishi, M.
1998
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181 P.07 Malnutrition is a significant prognosis factor in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Desport, J.C.
1998
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182 P.56 Maternal essential fatty acids supplementationdiminishes the severity of fetal growth restriction in the rat Scopesi, F.
1998
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183 P.25 Mechanisms behind feeding induced stimulation of skeletal muscle protein synthesis following undernutrition Svanberg, E.
1998
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184 P.130 Metabolic and nutritional impact of chronic parasiticinfestation in symptomless workers Jampietro, S.M.S.
1998
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185 P.134 Metabolic response to feeding in biliary and hepatocellularcirrhosis Richardson, R.A.
1998
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186 P.82 Methods for measuring body composition in renal transplant patients van den Ham, E.C.H.
1998
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187 P.66 Microbial validation of aspetic compounding ofTPN admixtures Schmutz, C.W.
1998
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188 P.125 Mitochondrial uncoupling in hepatocytes is depending on substrates Sibille, B.
1998
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189 P.26 Muscle protein synthesis and degradation during early and late postexercise recovery Biolo, G.
1998
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190 P.73 Normal values for fat-free and fat mass in 1678 healthy adults measured by bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) Kyle, U.G.
1998
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191 P.31 Nutritional evaluation after extensive intestinal resection and colon interposition in rat Braulio, V.B.
1998
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192 P.61 Nutritional imbalances in pregnant teenagers Dias, M.C.G.
1998
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193 P.101 Nutritional significance of insulin-like factor 1(IGF-1) in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) Di Pascoli, L.
1998
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194 P.36 Oral calcium, magnesium, zinc absorption andbalance in short bowel patients Pasquetti, A.
1998
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195 P.35 Oral rehydration solution containing rice maltodextrins in patients with total colectomy and high ileal output Pironi, L.
1998
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196 P.39 Parenteral nutrition decreased hepatic dihydropyrimidinedehydrogenase activity and catabolism of 5-fluorouracil in rats Taniguchi, M.
1998
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197 P.133 Pathogenesis of protein-energy-malnutrition in liver cirrhosis (LC): role of pro- and anti inflammatory cytokines Plauth, M.
1998
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198 P.28 Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy inpatients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Finocchiaro, E.
1998
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199 P.112 Perioperative metabolic effects of structuredlipids and MCT/LCT lipid emulsion in malnourished surgical patients Ysebaert, D.
1998
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200 P.89 Physiology of vitamin D3 on wound healing Ascenção, A.M.S.
1998
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201 P.113 Plasma lipoprotein pattern with two differentlipid emulsions during short-term parenteral nutrition (PN) in bone marrow transplantation (BMT) Garnacho-Montero, J.
1998
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202 P.57 Polyunsaturated fatty acids in erythrocytemembrane from breast and formula fed infants Campoy, C.
1998
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203 P.132 Potassium deficiency induces N-loss anddecreases liver function Grofte, T.
1998
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204 P.143Predictibility of thermogenetic response to parenteralnutrition in severely ill patients Fauth, U.
1998
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205 P.34 Predictive factors of failure of intensive intravenoustreatment in severe ulcerative colitis Gargouri, D.
1998
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206 P.40 Promotion of intestinal preneoplastic changes bydietary methionine Raul, F.
1998
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207 P.145 Quality improvement of nutritional support implemented in elderly in patients during acute illnesses Bourdel-Marchasson, I.
1998
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208 P.74 Relationships between BIA variables and individualcharacteristics Marra, M.
1998
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209 P.50 Segmental reversal of the small bowel as an alternative to intestinal transplantation in patients with short bowel syndrome. Report of 11 cases Rivet, P.
1998
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210 P.60 Serum selenium levels and lipid peroxidationunder selenium supplementation in children on parenteral nutrition Kierkus, J.
1998
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211 P.138 Small bowel and colonic permeability in generalICU and acute liver failure patients: association with endotoxaemia Gabe, S.M.
1998
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212 P.53 Small bowel transplantation in children on longterm TPN Goulet, O.
1998
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213 P.131 Superoxide dismutase in hepatocellular carcinoma affects patient prognosis Lin, Ming-Tsan
1998
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214 P.16 Supplemental glutamine augments reactive oxygen intermediate production and phagocytosis by phagocytes from postoperative patients Furukawa, S.
1998
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215 P.22 Taurine kinetics assessed with [1,213C2] taurine in humans: comparison of bolus injection versus constant infusion technique Rakotoambinina, B.
1998
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216 P.03 The effect of a new postoperative regimen on oral nutrition and body composition and muscle function in late convalescence Henriksen, M.G.
1998
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217 P.115 The effects of Arginine administration on theamino acid levels and the acute cellular inflammatory response: experimental study after the implantation of prosthetic material in the rat abdominal wall Arbós, M.A.
1998
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218 P.111 The eradication of Helicobacter pylori infection improves the lipid concentrations in diabetic patients De Luis, D.A.
1998
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219 P.63 The fundamentals of trace element precipitation using multi-element additives in parenteral nutrition (PN) admixtures Minton, A.R.
1998
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220 P.83 The hospital malnutrition Italian study Comi, D.
1998
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221 P.48 The impact of home parenteral nutrition (HPN) onquality of life in short bowel patients Jeppesen, P.B.
1998
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222 P.62 The light protective effect of different plastics onvitamin A stability Hardy, G.
1998
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223 P.02 The prediction of BMR in patients with anorexia nervosa Marra, M.
1998
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224 P.85 The relation between enteral absorption, parenteral supply of linoleic acid, and biochemical signs of essential fatty acid deficiency Jeppesen, P.B.
1998
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225 P.121 The role of glutamine in the energy metabolism and integrity of intestinal mucosa of starved rats in vitro in the Ussing chamber Yang, H.
1998
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226 P.11 Undernutrition seems less frequent amongpatients in Dublin Corish, C.
1998
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227 P.24 Urea cycle intermediates in short bowel patientsfed with oral diet Pita, A.M.
1998
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228 P.70 Utilization of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) in auniversity hospital: a prospective quality control study in 180 patients Kyle, U.G.
1998
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229 P.76 Validation of bio-impedance spectroscopy, comparisonof regression analysis with the Hanai mixture theory Cox-Reijven, P.L.M.
1998
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230 P.81 Validation of total body water measurement by bioelectrical impedance analysis in para and tetraplegic patients Desport, J.C.
1998
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231 P.78 Validity of body fat assessment in patients withcirrhosis using anthropometry and DEXA Madden, A.M.
1998
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232 P.94 What is the best biochemical indicator of manganese toxicity in patients receiving long term intravenous nutrition? Wardle, C.A.
1998
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233 P.92 Zinc status and associated factors in the healthy population: reference values and multivariate analysis de Mateo, B.
1998
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234 R19 Effect of oral glutamine supplementation ongrowth, nitrogen balance and hepatic steatosis after 60% small bowel resection in rats Iglesias, A.C.
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