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Pritchard, S.K., Saande, C.J., Reed, C., Roeding, J., Rowqling, M.J. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2018)  Whole egg consumption increases serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 concentrations in rats with dextran sulfate sodium-induced colitis.  J. Agric. Food Chem. (under review).

Saande, C.J., Pritchard, S.K., Worrall, D.M., Snavely, S.E., Nass, C.A., Neuman, J.C., Boddicker, R.A., Dobiszewski, S., Miller, J.W., Vailati-Riboni, M., Loor, J.J. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2018)   Dietary egg protein prevents hyperhomocysteinemia via upregulation of hepatic betaine-homocysteine S-methyltransferase in folate-restricted rats.  J. Nutr. (under review.).

Saande, C.J., Jones, S.K., Rowling, M.J. & Schalinske, K.L. (2018) Whole egg consumption exerts a nephroprotective effect in an acute rodent model of type 1 diabetes.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 66: 866-870.

Saande, C.J., Jones, S.K., Hahn, K.E., Reed, C.H., Rowling, M.J. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2017)  Dietary whole egg consumption attenuates body weight gain and is more effective than supplemental cholecalciferol in maintaining vitamin D balance in type 2 diabetic rats.   J. Nutr. 147: 1715-1721.

Koh, G.Y., Rowling, M., Schalinske, K., Grapentine, K. & Loo, Y.T.  (2016)  Consumption of dietary resistant starch partially corrected the growth pattern despite hyperglycemia and compromised kidney function in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 64: 7540-7545.

Koh, G.Y., Derscheid, R., Fuller, K.N., Valentine, R.J., Leow, S.E., Reed, L., Wisecup, E., Schalinske, K.L. & Rowling, M.J. (2016) Circulating adiponectin concentrations are increased by dietary resistant starch and correlate with serum 25-hydroxycholecalciferol concentrations and kidney function in Zucker diabetic fatty rats.  Nutr. Res. 36: 311-319.

Jones, S.K., Koh, G.Y., Rowling, M.J. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2016) Whole egg consumption prevents diminished 25-hydroxycholecalciferol concentrations in type 2 diabetic rats.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 64: 120-124.

Koh, G.Y., Whitley, E.M., Mancosky, K., Loo, Y-T., Grapentine, K., Bowers, E., Schalinske, K.L. & Rowling, M.J.  (2014) Dietary resistant starch prevents urinary excretion of vitamin D metabolites and maintains circulating 25-hydroxycholecalciferol concentrations in Zucker diabetic fatty rat.  J. Nutr. 144: 1667-1673.

Martinez, J.A., Melagro, F.I., Claycombe, K.J. & Schalinske, K.L. (2013) Epigenetics in adipose tissue, obesity, weight loss, and diabetes.  Adv. Nutr. 5: 71-81.

Birt, D.F., Boylston, T., Hendrich, S., Jane, J-L., Hollis, J., Li, L., McClelland, J., Moore, S., Phillips, G., Rowling, M.J., Schalinske, K.L. & Whitely, E.  (2013) Digestion resistant starch, promise for improving health.  Adv. Nutr.  4: 587-601.

Choi, S-W., Claycombe, K.J., Martinez, J.A., Friso, S. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2013)  Nutritional epigenomics: a portal to disease prevention.  Adv. Nutr. 4: 530-532.

Neuman, J.C., Albright, K.A. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2013)  Exercise prevents hyperhomocysteinemia in a dietary folate-restricted mouse model.  Nutr. Res., 33: 487-493.

Smazal, A.L., Borcherding, N.C., Anderegg, A.S., Schalinske, K.L., Whitley, E.M. & Rowling, M.J.  (2013)  Dietary resistant starch prevents urinary excretion of 25-hydroxycholecalciferol and vitamin D-binding protein in type 1 diabetic rats.  J. Nutr. 143: 1123-1128.

Schalinske, K.L. & Smazal, A.L.  (2012)  Homocysteine imbalance – a pathological metabolic marker.  Adv. Nutr. 3: 755-762 (invited review).

Williams, K.T. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2012)  Tissue-specific alterations of methyl group metabolism and DNA hypermethylation in the Zucker (type 2) diabetic fatty (ZDF) rat.  Diabetes Metab. Res. Rev. 28: 123-131.

Nieman, K.M. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2011)  Insulin abrogates perturbation of methyl group and homocysteine metabolism in diabetic rats.  Am. J. Physiol. Endocrinol. Metab. 301: E560-E565.

Schalinske, K.L. & Williams, K.T.  (2010)  Homocysteine metabolism: its regulation and implications in health and disease.  BioFactors 36: 19-24 (invited review).

Strakova, J., Williams, K.T., Gupta, S., Schalinske, K.L., Kruger, W.D., Rozen, R., Jiracek, J., Lucas, L. & Garrow, T.A.  (2010)  Dietary intake of S-(α-carboxybutyl)-dl-homocysteine induces hyperhomocysteinemia in rats.  Nutr. Res. 30: 492-500.

Williams, K.T., Garrow, T.A. & Schalinske, K.L.  (2008)  Type 1 diabetes leads to tissue-specific DNA hypomethylation in male rats.  J. Nutr. 138: 2064-2069.