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The relationship between persistent organic pollutants in maternal and neonatal tissues and immune responses to allergens : A novel exploratory studyNOAKES, Paul S; TAYLOR, Peter; WILKINSON, Steve et al.Chemosphere (Oxford). 2006, Vol 63, Num 8, pp 1304-1311, issn 0045-6535, 8 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

Supplemental intravenous n-3 fatty acids and n-3 fatty acid status and outcome in critically ill elderly patients in the ICU receiving enteral nutritionBARROS, Karina V; CASSULINO, Ana Paula; SCHALCH, Lívia et al.Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh). 2013, Vol 32, Num 4, pp 599-605, issn 0261-5614, 7 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

Association of maternal smoking with increased infant oxidative stress at 3 months of ageNOAKES, Paul S; THOMAS, Richard; LANE, Catherine et al.Thorax. 2007, Vol 62, Num 8, pp 714-717, issn 0040-6376, 4 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

β-Hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate modifies human peripheral blood mononuclear cell proliferation and cytokine production in vitroNUNES, Everson A; LOMAX, Amy R; NOAKES, Paul S et al.Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.). 2011, Vol 27, Num 1, pp 92-99, issn 0899-9007, 8 p.Article

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

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

β2-1 Fructans have a bifidogenic effect in healthy middle-aged human subjects but do not alter immune responses examined in the absence of an in vivo immune challenge: results from a randomised controlled trialLOMAX, Amy R; CHEUNG, Lydia V. Y; TUOHY, Kieran M et al.British journal of nutrition. 2012, Vol 108, Num 10, pp 1818-1828, issn 0007-1145, 11 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

Influence of yeast-derived 1,3/1,6 glucopolysaccharide on circulating Cytokines and chemokines with respect to upper respiratory tract infectionsFULLER, Richard; BUTT, Hamza; NOAKES, Paul S et al.Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.). 2012, Vol 28, Num 6, pp 665-669, issn 0899-9007, 5 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

Short-term infusion of a fish oil-based lipid emulsion modulates fatty acid status, but not immune function or (anti)oxidant balance: a randomized cross-over studyVERSLEIJEN, Michelle W; ROELOFS, Hennie M; ROMBOUTS, Charlotte et al.European journal of clinical investigation. 2012, Vol 42, Num 3, pp 290-302, issn 0014-2972, 13 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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