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Session 5: Early programming of the immune system and the role of nutrition Is there a role for fatty acids in early life programming of the immune system?CALDER, Philip C; KREMMYDA, Lefkothea-Stella; VLACHAVA, Maria et al.Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 2010, Vol 69, Num 3, pp 373-380, issn 0029-6651, 8 p.Conference Paper

Differentiating between the effect of rapid dietary acculturation and the effect of living away from home for the first time, on the diets of Greek students studying in GlasgowKREMMYDA, Lefkothea-Stella; PAPADAKI, Angeliki; HONDROS, George et al.Appetite (Print). 2008, Vol 50, Num 2-3, pp 455-463, issn 0195-6663, 9 p.Article

Enhanced prostaglandin F formation in human pregnancy and the effect of increased oily fish intake: Results from the Salmon in Pregnancy StudyHELMERSSON-KARLQVIST, Johanna; MILES, Elizabeth A; VLACHAVA, Maria et al.Prostaglandins, leukotrienes and essential fatty acids. 2012, Vol 86, Num 1-2, pp 35-38, issn 0952-3278, 4 p.Article

Increased intake of oily fish in pregnancy: effects on neonatal immune responses and on clinical outcomes in infants at 6 moNOAKES, Paul S; VLACHAVA, Maria; KREMMYDA, Lefkothea-Stella et al.The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2012, Vol 95, Num 2, pp 395-404, issn 0002-9165, 10 p.Article

Salmon Consumption during Pregnancy Alters Fatty Acid Composition and Secretory IgA Concentration in Human Breast MilkURWIN, Heidi J; MILES, Elizabeth A; NOAKES, Paul S et al.The Journal of nutrition. 2012, Vol 142, Num 8, pp 1603-1610, issn 0022-3166, 8 p.Article

Effect of salmon consumption during pregnancy on maternal and infant faecal microbiota, secretory IgA and calprotectinURWIN, Heidi J; MILES, Elizabeth A; NOAKES, Paul S et al.British journal of nutrition. 2014, Vol 111, Num 5, pp 773-784, issn 0007-1145, 12 p.Article

Salmon consumption by pregnant women reduces ex vivo umbilical cord endothelial cell activationVAN DEN ELSEN, Lieke W. J; NOAKES, Paul S; WILSON, Susan J et al.The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2011, Vol 94, Num 6, pp 1418-1425, issn 0002-9165, 8 p.Article

Increased consumption of salmon during pregnancy partly prevents the decline of some plasma essential amino acid concentrations in pregnant womenROSSARY, Adrien; FARGES, Marie-Chantal; CALDER, Philip C et al.Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh). 2014, Vol 33, Num 2, pp 267-273, issn 0261-5614, 7 p.Article

Plasma Inflammatory and Vascular Homeostasis Biomarkers Increase During Human Pregnancy but Are Not Affected by Oily Fish IntakeGARCIA-RODRIGUEZ, Cruz E; OLZA, Josune; CALDER, Philip C et al.The Journal of nutrition. 2012, Vol 142, Num 7, pp 1191-1196, issn 0022-3166, 6 p.Article

The Salmon in Pregnancy Study: study design, subject characteristics, maternal fish and marine n―3 fatty acid intake, and marine n―3 fatty acid status in maternal and umbilical cord bloodMILES, Elizabeth A; NOAKES, Paul S; VASSON, Marie-Paule et al.The American journal of clinical nutrition. 2011, Vol 94, Num 6S, issn 0002-9165, S1986-S1992, SUPConference Paper

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