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2020
Fantacone ML, Lowry MB, Uesugi SL, Michels AJ, Choi J, Leonard SW, Gombart SK, Gombart JS, Bobe G, Gombart AF.  2020.  The Effect of a Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement on Immune Function in Healthy Older Adults: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Trial.. Nutrients. 12(8)
Logan IE, Bobe G, Miranda CL, Vasquez-Perez S, Choi J, Lowry MB, Sharpton TJ, Morgun A, Maier CS, Stevens JF et al..  2020.  Germ-Free Swiss Webster Mice on a High-Fat Diet Develop Obesity, Hyperglycemia, and Dyslipidemia.. Microorganisms. 8(4)
Logan IE, Bobe G, Miranda CL, Vasquez-Perez S, Choi J, Lowry MB, Sharpton TJ, Morgun A, Maier CS, Stevens JF et al..  2020.  Germ-Free Swiss Webster Mice on a High-Fat Diet Develop Obesity, Hyperglycemia, and Dyslipidemia.. Microorganisms. 8(4)
Zhang Y, Bobe G, Revel JS, Rodrigues RR, Sharpton TJ, Fantacone ML, Raslan K, Miranda CL, Lowry MB, Blakemore PR et al..  2020.  Improvements in Metabolic Syndrome by Xanthohumol Derivatives Are Linked to Altered Gut Microbiota and Bile Acid Metabolism.. Mol Nutr Food Res. 64(1):e1900789.
Zhang Y, Bobe G, Revel JS, Rodrigues RR, Sharpton TJ, Fantacone ML, Raslan K, Miranda CL, Lowry MB, Blakemore PR et al..  2020.  Improvements in Metabolic Syndrome by Xanthohumol Derivatives Are Linked to Altered Gut Microbiota and Bile Acid Metabolism.. Mol Nutr Food Res. 64(1):e1900789.
Perera T, Russo C, Takata Y, Bobe G.  2020.  Legume Consumption Patterns in US Adults: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2011-2014 and Beans, Lentils, Peas (BLP) 2017 Survey.. Nutrients. 12(5)
Perera T, Russo C, Takata Y, Bobe G.  2020.  Legume Consumption Patterns in US Adults: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2011-2014 and Beans, Lentils, Peas (BLP) 2017 Survey.. Nutrients. 12(5)
Dong J, Bobe G, Guan Y, Li G, Zuo R, Shu X, Wang Y, Sun X, Chen X, Li X.  2020.  Mitochondrial membrane protein mitofusin 2 as a potential therapeutic target for treating free fatty acid-induced hepatic inflammation in dairy cows during early lactation.. J Dairy Sci.
Dong J, Bobe G, Guan Y, Li G, Zuo R, Shu X, Wang Y, Sun X, Chen X, Li X.  2020.  Mitochondrial membrane protein mitofusin 2 as a potential therapeutic target for treating free fatty acid-induced hepatic inflammation in dairy cows during early lactation.. J Dairy Sci. 103(6):5561-5574.
Bobe G, Zhang Z, Kopp R, Garzotto M, Shannon J, Takata Y.  2020.  Phytol and its metabolites phytanic and pristanic acids for risk of cancer: current evidence and future directions.. Eur J Cancer Prev. 29(2):191-200.
Bobe G, Zhang Z, Kopp R, Garzotto M, Shannon J, Takata Y.  2020.  Phytol and its metabolites phytanic and pristanic acids for risk of cancer: current evidence and future directions.. Eur J Cancer Prev. 29(2):191-200.
Zhao C, Bobe G, Wang Y, Zhang X, Zhao Z, Zhang S, Sun G, Yuan X, Li X, Liu G.  2020.  Potential Role of SLC5A8 Expression in the Etiology of Subacute Ruminal Acidosis.. Front Vet Sci. 7:394.
Bobe G, Michels AJ, Zhang W-J, Purnell JQ, Woffendin C, Pereira C, Vita JA, Thomas NO, Traber MG, Frei B et al..  2020.  A Randomized Controlled Trial of Long-Term (R)-α-Lipoic Acid Supplementation Promotes Weight Loss in Overweight or Obese Adults without Altering Baseline Elevated Plasma Triglyceride Concentrations.. J Nutr. 150(9):2336-2345.
Paraiso IL, Revel JS, Choi J, Miranda CL, Lak P, Kioussi C, Bobe G, Gombart AF, Raber J, Maier CS et al..  2020.  Targeting the Liver-Brain Axis with Hop-Derived Flavonoids Improves Lipid Metabolism and Cognitive Performance in Mice.. Mol Nutr Food Res. 64(15):e2000341.
Traber MG, Leonard SW, Ebenuwa I, Violet P-C, Niyyati M, Padayatty S, Smith S, Bobe G, Levine M.  2020.  Vitamin E catabolism in women, as modulated by food and by fat, studied using 2 deuterium-labeled α-tocopherols in a 3-phase, nonrandomized crossover study.. Am J Clin Nutr.
Violet P-C, Ebenuwa IC, Wang Y, Niyyati M, Padayatty SJ, Head B, Wilkins K, Chung S, Thakur V, Ulatowski L et al..  2020.  Vitamin E sequestration by liver fat in humans.. JCI Insight. 5(1)
Violet P-C, Ebenuwa IC, Wang Y, Niyyati M, Padayatty SJ, Head B, Wilkins K, Chung S, Thakur V, Ulatowski L et al..  2020.  Vitamin E sequestration by liver fat in humans.. JCI Insight. 5(1)
2019
Preble I, Zhang Z, Kopp R, Garzotto M, Bobe G, Shannon J, Takata Y.  2019.  Dairy Product Consumption and Prostate Cancer Risk in the United States.. Nutrients. 11(7)
Cortés I, Warnock JJ, Ranganathan B, Bobe G.  2019.  Iatrogenic cartilage injury associated with the use of stainless-steel cannulas and silicone-guarded cannulas for canine stifle arthroscopy.. Vet Surg. 48(8):1456-1465.
Torres ERuth S, Hall R, Bobe G, Choi J, Impey S, Pelz C, Lindner JR, Stevens JF, Raber J.  2019.  Integrated Metabolomics-DNA Methylation Analysis Reveals Significant Long-Term Tissue-Dependent Directional Alterations in Aminoacyl-tRNA Biosynthesis in the Left Ventricle of the Heart and Hippocampus Following Proton Irradiation.. Front Mol Biosci. 6:77.
Lande C, Rao S, Morré JT, Galindo G, Kirby J, Reardon PN, Bobe G, Stevens JFrederik.  2019.  Linden (Tilia cordata) associated bumble bee mortality: Metabolomic analysis of nectar and bee muscle.. PLoS One. 14(7):e0218406.
Leonard SW, Bobe G, Traber MG.  2019.  Stability of antioxidant vitamins in whole human blood during overnight storage at 4°C and frozen storage up to 6 months.. Int J Vitam Nutr Res. :1-7.
Traber MG, Leonard SW, Ebenuwa I, Violet P-C, Wang Y, Niyyati M, Padayatty S, Tu H, Courville A, Bernstein S et al..  2019.  Vitamin E absorption and kinetics in healthy women, as modulated by food and by fat, studied using 2 deuterium-labeled α-tocopherols in a 3-phase crossover design.. Am J Clin Nutr. 110(5):1148-1167.
Traber MG, Leonard SW, Ebenuwa I, Violet P-C, Wang Y, Niyyati M, Padayatty S, Tu H, Courville A, Bernstein S et al..  2019.  Vitamin E absorption and kinetics in healthy women, as modulated by food and by fat, studied using 2 deuterium-labeled α-tocopherols in a 3-phase crossover design.. Am J Clin Nutr. 110(5):1148-1167.

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