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Mah E, Pei R, Guo Y, Masterjohn C, Ballard KD, Taylor BA, Taylor AW, Traber MG, Volek JS, Bruno RS.  2015.  Greater γ-tocopherol status during acute smoking abstinence with nicotine replacement therapy improved vascular endothelial function by decreasing 8-iso-15(S)-prostaglandin F2α.. Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 240(4):527-33.
Pei R, Mah E, Leonard SW, Traber MG, Bruno RS.  2015.  α-Tocopherol supplementation reduces 5-nitro-γ-tocopherol accumulation by decreasing γ-tocopherol in young adult smokers.. Free Radic Res. 49(9):1114-1121.
Mah E, Pei R, Guo Y, Ballard KD, Barker T, Rogers VE, Parker BA, Taylor AW, Traber MG, Volek JS et al..  2013.  γ-Tocopherol-rich supplementation additively improves vascular endothelial function during smoking cessation.. Free Radic Biol Med. 65:1291-1299.
Bobe G, Cobb TJ, Leonard SW, Aponso S, Bahro CB, Koley D, Mah E, Bruno RS, Traber MG.  2017.  Increased static and decreased capacity oxidation-reduction potentials in plasma are predictive of metabolic syndrome.. Redox Biol. 12:121-128.
Mah E, Sapper TN, Chitchumroonchokchai C, Failla ML, Schill KE, Clinton SK, Bobe G, Traber MG, Bruno RS.  2015.  α-Tocopherol bioavailability is lower in adults with metabolic syndrome regardless of dairy fat co-ingestion: a randomized, double-blind, crossover trial.. Am J Clin Nutr. 102(5):1070-80.
Traber MG, Mah E, Leonard SW, Bobe G, Bruno RS.  2017.  Metabolic syndrome increases dietary α-tocopherol requirements as assessed using urinary and plasma vitamin E catabolites: a double-blind, crossover clinical trial.. Am J Clin Nutr. 105(3):571-579.

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